Very briefly, this web site is operated in compliance with the Australian Government’s Information Privacy Principles which are outlined at http://www.privacy.gov.au. We try to comply with these principles at all times.
- Our web site collects the following information from our online visitors: a record of each visit that logs a visitor’s IP address, the date and time of their visit, the pages accessed and/or documents downloaded, their country of origin and the type of browser used (this is the same type of information routinely collected by all web servers around the world). No attempt is or will be made to identify individual users or their browsing activities except in the unlikely event of an investigation where a law enforcement agency exercises a warrant to inspect our service provider’s logs. We analyse the information collected by our web server at the end of each month purely to determine our web site’s overall usage statistics.
- We retain the e-mail addresses of people who send emails to us through this web site for the simple purpose of sending them a response. These email addresses are stored in a secure area of our office network (ie not on the website) and are not used for any other purpose. Nor will they be disclosed to any third party without the consent of the person who originally emailed us. Gympie Funerals does not spam; does not do business with anyone who does; and fully complies with the Australian Spam Act (2003).
- People who submit web sites or other information for the express purpose of having them linked on our web site are agreeing to have them published on our web site by doing so. We will, however, remove or modify any submitted web site URL or other supplied information on request.
This privacy statement is periodically reviewed in line with the ongoing development of our web site and/or changes to Australian privacy laws.
Our web site is operated in compliance with the Australian Spam Act 2003, which may be viewed online at a variety of locations (just search Google for the Act’s name).
In a nutshell, we don’t send out any spam emails. Nor do we do business with any individual or company who does. And we encourage all our visitors to do likewise.
We also use anti-spam filtering on our emails and we report any Australian who spams us to the proper authorities on receipt of their spam.
Again, we encourage our visitors to do likewise in countries which have equivalent legislation to Australia, or to request their lawmakers enact similar legislation in countries which don’t yet have anti-spam laws.
We try to keep our web site current at all times but there may be occasions when some part of it is out of date because real life circumstances change faster than our web site can accurately reflect them.
Even so, we appreciate that our visitors rely on our web site to be 100% accurate at all times. So we’re happily remedy any inaccurate information as soon as we’re made aware of it. If you believe you’ve discovered an error we should correct, please email us about it.