South West Indigenous Network considers the protection of privacy to be vital. We endeavour to consistently maintain the security of our website for all visitors and users. This policy outlines how South West Indigenous Network collects and uses personal information.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file that may write to your hard disk when visiting a site. The cookie primarily contains a USER ID that aids in tracking. Cookies can also retain information that you supply to the website. This information assists in maintaining the continuity of your browsing session and access to full use of the website.
Cookies cannot read data from your hard disk or from other cookie files. They can be disabled via your browser, however this may limit your access to all functionalities of a website.
Some functionalities of the website will ask for the voluntary supply of personal information. This information includes:
- name and email address for the purpose of subscribing to our e-newsletter; and
- name, email address, contact details and message for the purpose of assisting you with an enquiry to South West Indigenous Network.
Access to and Right to Rectification of Personal Information
To access, update or remove information South West Indigenous Network holds about you, contact South West Indigenous Network directly via phone, email or enquiry form. We wish to ensure information held by South West Indigenous Network is accurate and up-to-date.
South West Indigenous Network does not collect information for direct marketing purposes, except where you have given permission by subscribing to our e-newsletter. This information is not sold to other parties and is for the express purpose of our own communication with you. At any time you can opt out by clicking unsubscribe on the e-newsletter that you receive.
Other than the above stated, South West Indigenous Network will not attempt to identify users or their browsing activities except:
- in the event of an investigation by law enforcement: or
- where we believe we are required to collect and produce documentation relevant to fulfil obligations to third parties; including statutory organisations under local law.
In the course of providing services you request, personal information may be shared: with authorities; third parties engaged by South West Indigenous Network to provide services to you; to protect intellectual property rights; or to enforce the Terms and Conditions of the website.
The South West Indigenous Network website uses Adobe Business Catalyst to deliver, store and maintain our website and content. South West Indigenous Network puts in place all reasonable measures to protect personal information from loss, prohibited access, misuse, alteration, destruction or unauthorised disclosure.