Our approach to privacy and spam
At TecStack we respect your privacy. We have developed our own privacy principles, which embody the National Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act). TecStack also complies with the Spam Act 2003, which deals with restrictions on sending emails.
Collecting your information
We collect personal information when we provide our services to you. Generally, if appropriate, we will tell you why we are collecting personal information and how we plan to use it, or these things will be obvious when we collect the information. We usually collect personal information such as your business contact details, qualifications, expertise and education membership of professional associations or boards or etc.
Collecting your information using this website
We only collect information from this website when it is provided voluntarily by you – for example, when you fill in a form to attend one of our events or when you contact us with an enquiry or with feedback etc.
When you visit this website or download information from it, our Internet Service Provider (ISP) makes a record of your visit and records the following information:
- your Internet address;
- your domain name, if applicable; and
- the date and time of your visit to the website.
Our ISP also collects information such as the pages our users access, the documents they download, links from other sites they follow to reach our site, and the type of browser they use. However, this information is anonymous and is only used for statistical and website development purposes.
How we use and disclose your information
We use your information to provide and market our services to you, and to enhance and develop our relationship with you. We will not share your information with other individuals or businesses. TecStack is bound by professional obligations of confidentiality. We will continue to treat and protect information we receive in accordance with these obligations.
A cookie is a small message given to your web browser by our web server. The browser stores the message in a text file, and the message is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.
Most Internet browsers are set up to accept cookies. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may be able to change the settings of your browser to refuse all cookies or to notify you each time a cookie is sent to your computer, giving you the choice whether to accept it or not.
We use a variety of physical and electonic security measures, including restricting physical access to our offices, and firewalls and secure databases to keep personal information secure from misuse, loss or unauthorised use or disclosure.
The Internet is not a secure environment. If you use the Internet to send us any information, including your email address, it is sent at your own risk.
You have a right to access most personal information we hold about you. Please contact our office to ask for access to your information, or if you have a complaint concerning your information privacy.
If you think that any information we hold about you is inaccurate, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or on +61 (0)8 6102 7996 and we will take reasonable steps to ensure that it is corrected.