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The kinds of personal information that Tribal Sports collects and holds
The types of personal information we collect includes names, job titles, phone numbers, email addresses and physical address details. It may be necessary also to collect other sensitive data such as credit card details to enable the processing of specific transactions or requests to register for the Money in Sport Conference.
How we collect and manage personal information
Generally we collect your personal information from you directly (e.g. when we deal with you in person or over the phone, when you send us correspondence—including email, register for the Money In Sport Conference, or when you subscribe to our marketing communications.
We may also collect personal information about you from your use of our websites and information you provide to us through contact mailboxes or through the registration process for the conference.
Where you provide us with personal information about someone else
If you provide us with someone else’s personal information, you should only do so if you have their authority or consent to provide us with their personal information. You should also take reasonable steps to inform them of the matters set out in this policy.
Holding personal information
Tribal Sports holds personal information in hard copy and electronic formats. We take security measures to protect the personal information we hold (e.g. restriction of access, firewalls, the use of encryption and passwords).
Sharing of your personal information
We may occasionally hire other companies to provide services on our behalf, including but not limited to handling customer support enquiries, processing transactions or customer freight shipping. Those companies will be permitted to obtain only the personal information they need to deliver the service. Tribal Sports takes reasonable steps to ensure that these organisations are bound by confidentiality and privacy obligations in relation to the protection of your personal information.
The purposes for which Tribal Sports collects, holds, uses and discloses personal information
Tribal Sports collects, holds and uses personal information for a number of purposes including:
- to respond to requests or queries
- to maintain contact with our audience
- to keep our audience informed of conference updates, affiliated activities and related news
- to notify of Tribal Sports events including matches
- for administrative purposes
- to conduct surveys
- for seeking your feedback
- for any other business related purposes.
If you do not provide us with the personal information we have requested, we may not be able to complete or fulfil the purpose for which such information was collected, including providing a unique email address for email communications.
We do not disclose personal information to third parties for the purpose of allowing them to send marketing material to you. However, we may share non-personal, de-identified or aggregated information to them for research purposes.
Tribal Sports websites and privacy
Tribal Sports uses ‘cookies’ for maintaining contact with a user through a website session. A cookie is a small file supplied by our web server and stored by the web browser software on your computer when you access this site. Cookies allow us to recognise you as an individual as you move from one of our web pages to another.
All cookies will be immediately lost when you end your internet session and shut down your computer. Our copy of your information will be automatically deleted twenty minutes after you last used the system. This information is only used to help you use our website systems more efficiently, for example by maintaining a record of what text size you prefer to view pages in, not to track your movements through the internet, or to record private information about you.
In general, you are not required to provide personal information when you visit our websites. However, if you apply to receive information about our services or events, provision of certain personal information will generally be required.
Links to third party websites
Tribal Sports does not endorse, approve or recommend the services or products provided on third party websites.
How can you access or correct the personal information about yourself that is held by Tribal Sports
You have a right to access your personal information, subject to exceptions allowed by law. If you would like to do so, please let us know. You may be required to put your request in writing for security reasons.
How can you complain about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles and how will Tribal Sports deal with such a complaint
If you wish to make a complaint to Tribal Sports about our handling of your personal information, you can contact Tribal Sports using the details on the contact us page.
You will be asked to set out the details of your complaint in writing.
Tribal Sports will reply to you within 30 days of receipt of your written complaint, where appropriate, will advise you of the general reasons for the outcome of the complaint.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your complaint, you can refer your complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.