Privacy Statement
This Privacy Statement is made on behalf of IndustryResults Pty Ltd and all references to "IR", "IndustryResults", "Company", "we", "us", or "our" in this statement are references to IndustryResults  and its related bodies corporate. Protecting your information is important.At IR, we understand the importance you attach to information that identifies you (your 'personal information'). This Privacy Statement tells you how we collect information when you visit this site and what we do with it.
What information we collect about you and what we do with it. IR collects information about you each time you come to any part of the IR websites. We collect information about the time, date, duration and usage of the IR websites.
IR uses non-personalised statistics about the use of our website to continually improve it and to improve our customer service.
If you submit information to an IR company either using an electronic form or by sending an email we collect that information and use it for the purposes that you have provided it.
In addition, we may use your information to provide you with special offers, information about new products and special promotions that we think may interest you. If you do not want to receive this information, you can let us know by sending IR an email at admin@industryresults.com.au, by mail PO Box 433 Maroochydore QLD 4558 Australia or call 1300 737 148. Please provide us with your customer details including name, address and contact number. In addition, indicate if you do not wish to receive any more promotional material.

What is a Cookie and what are they used for?
A cookie is a text file placed into the memory of your computer by our computers. Our computer can retrieve a copy of this text file.
Cookies are used for a number of purposes. IR uses cookies to identify you for the purposes of aiding security in your use of the website.

If you think the information we hold about you is incorrect or you want to update it
We rely on the accuracy of the information you provide to us. If you think that we hold information about you that is incorrect in any way, or out of date, or you simply want to notify us of something new, please send IR an email at admin@industryresults.com.au indicating that your information is incorrect and the details.Our security procedures
In designing this web site, we have incorporated security procedures and practices that we consider are consistent with Australian industry practice. We review our security procedures from time to time and update them when relevant.
Personal information about you and your business with IR is only accessible by you and by those who are authorised by us to access it. They also must use a password, and are bound to safeguard the information and access it only for approved business purposes.
Links to other sites
You may be able to access various other sites by clicking on links that we have provided. You should be aware that other sites are not subject to our privacy standards and procedures.
Changes to our Privacy Statement
This information relates to our current privacy standards. We may vary our privacy standards from time to time. We will notify you of these changes by publishing them on this website.
Feedback
If you have any comments or suggestions regarding our website or this privacy statement please email us at admin@industryresults.com.au

IR Data Privacy Information Bulletin
The Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000 has come into effect as of the 21st of December 2001. As part of the Act, 10 National Privacy Principles (NPPs) were enacted. The 10 NPP's are as follow

 

1. Collection
2. Use and Disclosure
3. Data Quality
4. Data Security
5. Openness

 

6. Access and correction
7. Identifiers
8. Anonymity
9. Transborder data flows
10. Sensitive information

 

 

 

 


A full version of the NPP's may be viewed at the Privacy Commission's Website - www.privacy.gov.au.

How does the Privacy amendments affect my IR data services? According to advice from our solicitors and information from the Privacy Commissioner's office, the implications of the Privacy changes are that we will have some changes, but nothing substantial that you, the subscriber, will notice. However, there are obligations that you (the subscriber), will need to comply with.
What do I have to agree to do to access IR data's services?
We will ask you periodically, upon entering the data information services area, to acknowledge that you are bound by the provisions of the Privacy Statement and Terms of Use and will comply with this at all times. This will now form part of your contract. If you do not agree to this, you will not be allowed to access the system. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. By logging in you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
How will this affect the information I collect?
Under the Privacy Act, when you are gathering information from your clients, for input into one of IR data's systems, we require that you have obtained the necessary approvals from your client for the use of their personal information. Again, before uploading this to our systems, we will again ask you have you complied with the Privacy Act.These privacy compliance screens will only appear once, upon first time entry to the system. However your obligations will continue with respect of privacy compliance if you continue using information sourced from our services, even if you cease subscribing to our services. Disclaimer* Whilst care has been taken in the production of this information bulletin and the information contained has been obtained from sources IR believes to be reliable, IR does not warrant, represent or guarantee the accuracy, adequacy, completeness or fitness for any purpose of this bulletin or any part of it can accept no liability for any loss incurred in any way whatsoever by any person who may rely on it. We recommend that you get your own legal advice on the implications of the privacy act in your business.