time to time.
It is important to CalcsPlus that Customers dealing with it are confident that CalcsPlus respects their personal information and does not interfere with their privacy when handling this information.
CalcsPlus abides by the National Privacy Principles ("NPPs") under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
More information about the way CalcsPlus manages customers' information can be
obtained by contacting CalcsPlus's Privacy Officer.
This information is needed to maintain CalcsPlus's records in a format that identifies the customer. These records are held by CalcsPlus for the purposes of enabling CalcsPlus
to provide services to its customers
Use and disclosure
Information held by CalcsPlus will not be provided to any other organisation, nor used for
any other purposes other than the purposes described above and related purposes except
when the customer has consented to the use or disclosure, or the use and disclosure is
required as authorised by law.
Access to Personal Information
A customer can access his or her own personal information by contacting CalcsPlus's Privacy
Officer. If the information held by CalcsPlus is inaccurate, incomplete or not up to date a customer may request CalcsPlus to correct the information.
There are some circumstances in which CalcsPlus is entitled to deny a customer access to
information. These include circumstances where such information is confidential or in a
commercially sensitive decision making process, where the privacy of others may be
breached if the information was accessed or where the law requires or authorises such
access to be denied. CalcsPlus's Privacy Officer will advise if any of these circumstances apply.
Resolution of Privacy Concerns
If a customer is concerned about a possible interference with privacy, the customer should
contact CalcsPlus's Privacy Officer. If the customer's concerns are not resolved to the satisfaction of the customer, the matter can be referred to the Privacy Commissioner on 1800 023 985.