How does DFN Australia protect supporters’ privacy?
We will not give your information to anyone, at any time, for any reason.
The following Privacy Statement sets out the different types of information we collect, why we collect it and what you can do if you would like to remove yourself from our mailing list or change any details we may hold. If you need to contact us to discuss any of the below, our contact details can be found here.
What information does DFN Australia collect?
We collect information such as your name, home address, email address and phone number, profession etc. in order to respond to your requests for information, involvement, etc., and to contact you if necessary. Your details will be retained in our database unless you contact us to change or delete them.
Any other information you provide, such as comments or survey responses, are used to plan future additions, development and improvements for the web site.
General site-traffic data is also collected for the purpose of site maintenance and improvement. This provides only generalised information about how often certain pages are viewed. This does not identify individual users, but instead helps us to understand what sorts of information and resources our customers are interested in, and alerts us to any areas of the site that may be difficult to navigate.
How can I un-subscribe from the newsletter?
You can easily un-subscribe from our mailing list at any time by contacting us.
What if the information you have about me needs to be changed or removed?
Again, just contact us.
What about links to other sites?
The DFN Australia site will from time to time contain hyperlinks to other sites both in the Australia and abroad. DFN Australia cannot be responsible for the data protection and privacy practices of these sites. We urge users to take time to examine individual privacy policies and guidelines on other sites.
What are Cookies and what are they used for?
Cookies are bits of electronic information that move between a website and your computer. For example, the cookies on the DFN Australia website help us to register your details. If you would rather not have cookies accepted on your computer, you can usually configure your browser not to accept them, although you will find that you cannot use some sections of the site (for example, if you have permissions to log-in to areas of the site).