TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au is committed to protecting your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal information. TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au website complies with the Privacy Act 1988. TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au will not use your details for any other purpose, and will not disclose them to other persons or organisations without your consent or unless required or authorised to under the Privacy Act.
When you visit TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au website, TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au automatically collects and stores the following information about your visit:
- The internet Protocol (IP) address
- The type of browser and operating system you use.
- The date and time you visited TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au website.
- The web pages you accessed at TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au website.
- The time spent on individual pages and on TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au website.
- The links which you clicked on.
TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au may also collect contact information, for example your email address. The reason for collecting this information will be outlined on the page. In that event your details will only be used for that intended purpose only and will not be added to any mailing list with out your consent.
We do not collect information about you unless you wish to register voluntarily to participate in an activity that asks for information (i.e. sending an email, participating in a survey or completing a form).
Purpose for collecting this information and use of information
The information TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au automatically collects is used to improve the content of TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au website and to help understand how people are using TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au. Information you provide in relation to surveys, forms or feedback is strictly used for the purpose you agreed to provide it for.
TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au web logs are not personally identifiable and make no attempt to link them with the individuals that browse TheLifestyleMagazine.com.au.
Survey information is used for the purpose designated. Where information is provided to another agency, a statement in accordance with the Information Privacy Principles 1 to 3 in the Privacy Act 1988 as to whom the information is supplied and for what purpose will be clearly identified on the appropriate page of the form.
Other privacy issues
Following are some other privacy issues that we consider relevant: