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The History Trust of South Australia is committed to protecting your privacy while using our websites. This statement sets out how the History Trust of South Australia collects and deals with personal information related to the content and usage of our website. This privacy and security statement applies to all websites of the history.sa.gov.au domain.
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Our website and online applications automatically collect information about each user visit to the site via Google Analytics, cookies, and clickstream data. This data provides useful information and statistics about a user’s online experience without identifying them.
When you visit our websites, the following information is automatically collected:
These statistics tell us how our sites are being used and helps us improve them to make your visit more enjoyable.
This information does not identify you personally. No attempt is made to identify you except in the unlikely event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect our website access logs.
We collect your personal information only when you provide it. This may be to receive specific information, communications or services. The information is securely stored and only forwarded to authorised personnel so they can answer your question, action your request for service, or approve a request made via your email address.
We will record your personal information under the following circumstances:
Your personal information will not be added to any external mailing list or used for any purpose unrelated to your business with the History Trust of South Australia except with your express consent
When you make an online transaction, we update our relevant databases and store transaction information to use for future transactions related to your requirements and for audit purposes. Some examples of an online transaction include:
Access to this information is restricted to personnel who need to transact business with you. It is only used for purposes connected to your transaction.
We may use non-identifying data to collate statistics about our visitors (such as the nature of your query or home suburb), but any statistics will not contain information that will identify individuals.
All financial information is securely transmitted using standard encryption processes and is PCI compliant. Please note: financial transactions are processed by external financial institutions. The History Trust does not collect or store credit card or account details.
We respect your right to anonymity or to deal with us using a pseudonym. Still, there are certain cases where we require your Personal Information in order to perform a certain action or undertake a certain request. This may include complying with legislative requirements for our events. In these and similar situations, a refusal to provide your Personal Information may mean we are unable to assist with your request.
The History Trust of South Australia is responsible for the privacy and security of information while it is stored on or passing through our sites.
You should note that there are inherent risks associated with transmission of information via the internet. You should make your own assessment of the potential risks to the security of your information when making a decision as to whether or not you should use this site. There are alternative ways to obtain information from, and transacting business with, the History Trust of South Australia for those users who do not wish to use the internet.
This site contains links to other web sites that are included on the basis of containing content relevant to our audiences. When a user clicks on a link to another website, they leave this site and this privacy and security statement no longer applies
Individual’s seeking to gain access to and/or correct their personal information held by HTSA can send a request to email@example.com. Requests to access personal information will be handled in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (1991). All requests will be responded to and incorrect, incomplete or out-of-date personal information will be corrected.