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The Salvation Army recognizes the importance of privacy and community concerns about the collection, use, disclosure and security of personal sensitive and health information which, in the course of its many functions The Salvation Army may collect. This policy details how we generally mange your information and protect your privacy.

 

From December 2001 The Salvation Army, like most private sector organisations in Australia, is bound by State and Federal privacy laws and principles including the National Privacy Principles (NPPs) subject to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).

 

Members Area

Personal information is collected and held in a database for those who elect to be members of our on-line community. The information provided by individuals is for the sole purpose of the Box Hill Salvos members area only and will not be used by any third party or for any reason other than communication within the Box Hill Corps.

 

Internet & email privacy

We do not collect any personal information on visitors to our website. we do not use "cookies" or other technology to track visits and only log the following for statistical purposes -:

  • the number of page hits.
  • the number of unique sessions as identified by server address and top-level domain name (e.g. .com, gov.org,etc).
  • the pages accessed or downloaded by session.
  • the type of browser being used.

In the unlikely event of an investigation, our hosting logs may be inspected by a law enforcement agency or other government agency exercising legal authority.

 

 

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