Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia (Connectivity) trades using (ABN 5563928701).
How Connectivity will collect and hold personal information
Connectivity will only collect information provided by stakeholders to assist in providing a service, to collect information for research or to keep the community informed on updates within TBI research.
The information which may be collected includes but is not limited to:
- Name, address, DoB, gender, email and phone numbers
- Health information including detailed information on any TBI’s suffered
- Disability or impairments
- Racial origin
- Employment Details
Information will be held securely in both digital and hard copy forms.
‘Cookies’ are small text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyse how you are using the site. You may refuse the use of ‘cookies’ by selecting the appropriate settings on your web browser. ‘Cookies’ make it easier for you to log on to and use this website during future visits. They also allow Connectivity to monitor website traffic and to personalise the content of the site for you. Such information gathering will help us to improve this website. Such information disclosed to third parties will be in the aggregate form and will not involve individual names or identifying information.
If desired users can change the setting of your browsers so that ‘cookies’ are not accepted or you are provided with options to accept or reject them as they are sent to your browser.
By submitting your information you agree to the use of your information as set out in this policy. Any changes to this policy will be updated and posted to this page.
The Connectivity website uses encryption technology to keep your transactions secure and private. All financial data collected is protected by the industry standard for data encryption. It provides a secure link between your browser and our server, and scrambles your personal information to ensure it is kept private during transmission over the Internet.
Per the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017, in the case that a data breach occurs, Connectivity will abide the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme and conduct a quick assessment of the breach to determine whether it is likely to result in serious harm. If required, Connectivity will notify all individuals affected and include recommendations about what steps individuals should take in response to the breach.
The Australian Information Commissioner (Commissioner) will also be notified of eligible data breaches.
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