The Spatial Group Pty Ltd, publisher of Property Daily, respects each individual's right to personal privacy and acts in accordance with relevant privacy legislation in the Australian context. We will collect and use information through our Property Daily web site only in the ways disclosed in this statement. This statement applies solely to information collected at Property Daily's web site.
The information is collected voluntarily and with the users agreement. To receive information on our products and services this collection is required so we can satisfactorily develop relationships with potential customers.
As part of delivering this site we employ cookies. A cookie is a small text file that our Web server places on a user's computer hard drive to be a unique identifier. Cookies enable The Spatial Group Pty Ltd to track website usage patterns and to deliver enhanced content to website users. Our cookies (which at present do not have an expiration date) collect information to optimise our products and services including web pages for your computer (For example this may include the identity of your internet browser, the type of operating system you use, your IP address and the domain name of your internet service provider.)
Registered users will receive announcements from us about new products, services, special offers, and our monthly market update newsletter. Out of respect for the privacy of our users we present the option to not receive these types of communications.
The information we collect may be used to create customer profiles based on browsing or purchasing history. At present we do not supplement information collected at our web site with data from other sources [such as credit history to authorize purchases].
We may share data with third parties where we have a commercial
These third parties will only use the information for general
marketing purposes and are required to protect your information in the
same way as we do and in accordance with relevant privacy legislative
requirements. Users may opt
out to have their information shared with third parties.
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