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No attempt will be made to identify users or their browsing activities except in the unlikely event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect the Internet web server logs.
Collection of personal information:
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Other personal information collected by us, for example through the use of an online form, will only:
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The first time you visit us, one cookie may be stored on your computer. On each visit to our website, the system checks whether there is a cookie on your computer. If so, it simply notes its presence and records your visit to our website as a ‘previous user’. If not, it may store one and record your visit as a “first time visitor”.
This cookie will be stored permanently unless you choose to delete it. The information is used by us to help improve the website by understanding how it is used. There is no attempt made to identify individual users in any way. On each use a ‘session cookie’ is temporarily placed on your computer, which is used to maintain navigation information during your site visit. These session cookies are deleted from your computer at the end of each Internet session.
Advice about the Internet and personal information can be found on the Privacy Commissioner’s web site.
Security of information
Your personal information will not be released unless the law permits it or your permission is given. We provide a secure environment and a reliable system but you should be aware that there may be inherent risks associated with the transmission of information via the Internet. For those who do not wish to use the Internet, we provide alternative ways of obtaining and providing information.