Strategy and Action supports the protection of consumers’ privacy rights as a key principle in our business. Good business practice does not require an infringement of the Privacy Act and its National Privacy Principles. We are committed to conducting our business according to those principles.
As a consumer, you have rights over the use and dissemination of information about you. The National Privacy Principles form the basis of the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000, which protects your rights and puts clear obligations on companies concerning how they can and cannot use personal information.
To view the NPPs, visit http://www.privacy.gov.au/materials/types/infosheets/view/6583
We use our databases of clients and prospects for marketing purposes. We only use this information in privacy-compliant ways.
At times, we may provide data to third parties for the purposes of implementing operational aspects of marketing campaigns. For instance, these may include mailhouses, data-cleaning organisations, and printers. We also participate in Google’s Remarketing programme, where our ads can be shown to you on various site that you may visit for a period of time after you click on a Strategy and Action ad in the Google network. This service is delivered via cookies, meaning a small piece of information that is added to your computer and can identify your computer to the Google ad serving network. You can opt out of this interest-based advertising by visiting this: https://www.google.com/ads/preferences.
Strategy and Action is compliant with the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act of 2000.
To view the Act, visit http://privacy.gov.au/act/index.html and to view the ADMA Code of Practice, visit http://assets.adma.com.au/adma-code-of-practice/index.html
We recognise any valid requests from individuals to remove their names from our marketing efforts and have systems in place to ensure this removal occurs. Our Privacy Officer is Stephen Johnson and can be contacted on 1300 774 993 or by emailing email@example.com