The Autism Noticeboard respects the privacy of all information it holds in relation to individuals and organisations who use our services – advertisers, members, correspondents and customers, as outlined in relevant federal and state privacy and confidentiality principles and legislation.
Where we collect personal information, we do so for the primary purpose of providing the services that you have requested that are particular to the Autism Noticeboard. We may also use this information for a secondary purpose where it is directly related to the primary purpose for which it was collected. For example, your details may be used by the Autism Noticeboard to forward to you information provided by our advertisers and sponsors that we believe you may find helpful. At no time will we release your personal details for use by other individuals or organisations.
All personal information collect via the Autism Noticeboard is maintained electronically by our in a secure manner. This information will only ever be disclosed to other organisations or individuals with your express prior consent, unless the disclosure is required by law.
You are entitled to request removal of your personal information from our records at any time and the Autism Noticeboard will respect your wishes without question.