The i2P magazine is distributed by email on a monthly basis. Subscription is free and you can unsubscribe at any time.
What information do we collect and how do we use it?
We collect information about you at different times. Instances include:
1. Mandatory personal information collected
- Mandatory personal information needed for us to provide a service to you
- Non-personally identifiable (specific or aggregated) information.
To first subscribe, information such as your name and email address are requested. We will not disclose this personal information. The only exception to this is if it is required by law, that is, to answer a subpoena, warrant or in response to other legal processes including requests from the Australian Stock Exchange.
2. Non-personally identifiable information collected
Apart from the mandatory information that we need to provide our service to you, there may be data (that does not personally identify you) collected to monitor and improve our service and performance. For example, when you visit a web page the URL requested is automatically recorded, as is the time and date requested, and the browser software being used.
Specific or aggregate information may be collected to help maintain accurate accounts, assist in marketing our products and services and to help make our web site useful to you. For example, our server recognises your domain name and the pages that you visit. This data is gathered in an aggregate manner for quality control and improvement of our sites.
From time to time, we may provide aggregated statistical information about sales, browsing patterns and navigation techniques to reputable third parties. This is not personally identifiable information, and assists us to improve products and services offered.
What are "Cookies"?
A cookie is a message from a web server to your web browser, which is stored for later use. It means that when you visit the web site again, your browser recognises your preferences for that site. Cookies generally enhance your Internet experience, but if you don't want to receive them you can set your browser to alert you when one is being sent. You then have the option of accepting or rejecting that cookie. This site may set a cookie on your machine, however it is not used.
How to access, correct or update your personal information
Only authorised persons have access to your personal information, which we keep in a secure environment. We realise it is important for you to be able to control your personal details, and you can edit these on this site.
Whilst we undertake all reasonable steps to protect your personal information, sending and receiving information over the Internet is always at your own risk. No guarantee can be given that information sent over the Internet is completely and 100% secure.
How do we protect your personal information?
High technology is used to ensure your sensitive information is secure and is protected from unauthorised access or improper use. For example, you will note that while using some features of the website, you need to confirm your details via email.
Unsolicited commercial email (UCE) or "spam"
Spam is the Internet term for marketing or commercial email you receive for which you did not ask. We do not and have never supported or condoned this practice.
We have configured our mail servers so they cannot be directly used by a third party to send unsolicited commercial email or used as a staging post for an email attack on our members or any other group.
Marketing mail from us will generally be "opt-in" / "opt-out". This means that you should not receive any commercial or marketing email from us unless you have requested it, that is, you have opted in. When you opt in, every piece of commercial email will contain an opt-out option, or unsubscribe function. You can send us a message telling us you would prefer not to receive the mail again and we will respect your wishes.
Emails relating to a pre-existing business relationship are not spam. These communications include but are not limited to, the regular monthly newsletter and confirmation letters we forward to you by email.
These communications are an essential part of providing our service and you agree to these when you join our service as a part of the terms and conditions.
We do not market to children or knowingly collect personal information about children without parental consent.
Children should always ask a parent before sending any transmission over the Internet.
Pointers to protect your privacy
We have no control over other web sites we may link to, and we take no responsibility for the conduct of these companies. Always read the Terms and Conditions when using other web sites.
Privacy Officer contact
Should you have any questions or complaints about privacy issues please contact us.