TAS 4X4 Tours PRIVACY STATEMENT
Tas 4×4 Tours Privacy Statement complies with the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012, Tasmania that governs its handling of personal information. The Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 defines personal information as “information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonable identifiable.
Tas 4×4 Tours is committed to protecting your privacy. Authorised employees, on a need to know basis only, may use any information collected from individual customers. We constantly review our systems and data to ensure the best possible service to our customers. We will not sell, share, or rent your personal information to any third party or use your e-mail address for unsolicited mail. Any emails sent by this Company will only be in connection with the provision of agreed services and products.
PHOTOGRAPHY ON TOURS
Occasionally, we will use photographs and/or video that may have been taken on your tour for print, internet and other promotional purposes. If you prefer that your image not be used in any marketing activities, please notify your tour guide at the start of your tour.
What is privacy and why is it important?
In our modern society and especially among the younger generations, privacy issues arise almost every day. For example, issues can arise when you’re using Facebook, or when you are shopping with a credit card, doing online banking or using your mobile phone.
It’s important to be vigilant about protecting your own personal privacy, while ensuring you do not encroach on the privacy of others. Each state and territory in Australia has a number of laws which help its citizens to protect their privacy and ensure everyone is kept safe.
Privacy issues have become more prevalent with the growth and use of technology in our everyday life. Even sharing the most basic information about yourself online, like your name and birth date, can put your privacy at risk. In addition, distributing illicit photos of others, even just as a joke, can be a very serious crime in Australia. READ MORE not this subject