Anonymous access to our site
You can access the home page and browse the public sections of our web site anonymously, without disclosing your personal information.
Collection and use of personal data
This site does not collect or record personal information, other than information you choose to provide though our on-line forms or by email.
Phi Sciences Australia staff use personal information collected from email and online forms to respond to individuals, discuss their particular enquiries, process registration requests, product orders and payments and other administrative tasks as outlined one the site.
Email addresses and any other contact details you provide will not be added to a mailing list without your consent.
We will not disclose your personal information to a third party without your consent, unless we are required or authorised to do so by law or other regulation. In the event of an investigation into suspected unlawful or improper activity, a law enforcement agency or government agency may exercise its legal authority to inspect the web server’s records (eg. in relation to hacking or abusive messages).
Collection and use of site visit data
The following non-personal information (i.e. clickstream data) is automatically recorded by this site’s web server for statistical and system administration purposes only:
- your server address;
- your top level domain name (e.g. .com, .au, .gov);
- the date and the time of your visit to the site;
- the pages you accessed and downloaded;
- the address of the last site you visited;
- your operating system;
- the type of browser you are using.
To the extent that this data could make you identifiable, Phi Sciences Australia will not attempt to identify individuals from the records the server automatically generates unless that is necessary to investigate a breach of law or regulation.
Security of your personal data
Phi Sciences Australia and its employees Network have a statutory duty to deal with your personal information confidentially (Information Privacy Act, section 67).
You should be aware that there are risks in transmitting information across the Internet. If you are concerned about conveying sensitive material to Phi Sciences Australia over the Internet, you might prefer to contact us by telephone or mail using the contact information provided.