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- Information Collected
- Using, Processing and Disclosing Information
- Third Parties
- Access to Personal Information
- Request to Withdraw Information
- Contact Us
“Channels” – means collectively, the website [url], social media accounts, associated widgets and any other platforms or applications related to this project. As well as Electronic Direct Mail, surveys and other project-related applications used presently, or in the future, for information distribution or marketing purposes.
“Legislation, Laws” – means the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), the Spam Act 2003 (Cth), their respective subsidiary legislations and regulations as well as all other relevant law.
Note: a reference to any legislation, regulation or statutory instrument in this document shall be deemed to include any amendment, repeal or substitution thereof.
“Personal Data or Information” – means any data, whether accurate or not, which is:
“Project” – means the project itself [name of project], as well as it’s depiction on the website and other relevant channels.
“Second-Party Service Providers” – refers to second-party businesses who might receive your personal information.
“Third-Party Service Providers” – refers to third-party businesses who may receive your personal information as a result of browsing our website or otherwise interacting with our website or associated channels. Or through the means of any potential scenarios outlined under the Information Collected section below.
“We, our or us” – means Brown Falconer
For further clarity on these terms, or other terms used in this policy, please contact us.
2. Information Collected
Brown Falconer and relevant second and third-party service providers collect your information when:
(c) You accept that relevant data (such as your IP address) will automatically be collected and stored through tracking technologies on the website, including but not limited to Google Analytics.
(d) You interact with our team or other representatives, for example via our website contact form, emails, telephone calls, face-to-face meetings (unless otherwise specified).
(e) You interact with the project on social media.
(g) We consult publicly available sources of information, or recieve references or referrals from marketing and sales agent partners, related companies, and third parties. For example, where they refer you to us or vice versa.
(h) Our third-party analytics or other service providers, business or commercial partners, provide your personal data to us, which was collected and processed by them and disclosed to us pursuant to their separate privacy policies.
(i) In addition to the above, you voluntarily submit your personal data to us for any
3. Using, Processing and Disclosing Information
Brown Falconer might use your personal information to:
Brown Falconer might process your personal information:
(b) Externally to develop marketing communications tailored to your interest or involvement in the project or to send you offers related to the project.
(c) For other purposes related to the project.
Brown Falconer might disclose your information to second and third-parties.
4. Third Parties
We will do our best to ensure the disclosure of your personal data is minimal, and only pursued where necessary, to perform the related purpose or additional purpose. We may also disclose your personal data for secondary purposes, if related to the purpose or additional purpose, or you would reasonably expect us to use or disclose the information for the secondary purpose.
Brown Falconer may disclose your personal information to:
(b) Our professional advisers, including: marketer and sales agents.
(c) Agents, contractors or service providers who help provide our services to you.
(d) Any other party whom you authorise us to disclose your personal data to.
Further, you agree that should we sell, merge or otherwise change control of our business or this project, our database may be subject to disclosure without notice or prior consent.
5. Access to Personal Information
At any time, you may request access to your personal information that we have stored. To do so, please contact us.
To amend or correct any information that we have stored, please contact us.
6. Request to Withdraw Information
To withdraw your personal information from our system, please contact us.
We cannot personally guarantee the withdrawal of your information from the systems of our third-party service providers.
As outlined in s18 of the Spam Act 2003 (Cth), should you wish to withdraw your consent for us to send you marketing communications, you can do so by clicking “unsubscribe” at the bottom of Electronic Direct Mail.
Once we have received notification of your request, it may take up to 14 days for your withdrawal request to be reflected in our systems. Note you may still receive marketing communications during this period.
This policy was last updated in November, 2020.
8. Contact Us
Reasonable efforts to promptly resolve any issues which may arise will be put in place.