BaseballNews.org.au - Privacy Promise
|Hills Juniors has
created this Privacy Promise in order to demonstrate our commitment to
protecting your privacy. The following statement discloses our
information gathering and dissemination practices for emaill subscribers
to the Hills Junior Baseball Newsletter.
The Publisher is:-
Our promise to you is very simple, and is as follows:-
|We will never share information about you with any third party without your permission (unless required by law).|
|In support of this promise, we are pleased to advise as follows:-|
|Secondly, we comply
fully with the requirements of Australian Federal Law.
"The Federal Privacy Act contains ... ten National Privacy Principles (NPPs) which apply to parts of the private sector and all health service providers." Our response to those ten Principles is stated below.
|Thirdly, we comply fully with the provisions of the SPAM Act 2003. We will never send you a newsletter or other email without your consent, without identifying ourselves as the publisher, or without providing you with a simple and functional "unsubscribe" process should you not wish to receive further emails.|
|Finally, we encourage you to check out our Security Statement which deals further with measures that we have taken to ensure that we can make good on our Privacy Promise.|
This site contains links to other sites for your convenience. These third-party sites may also request personal information from you. These third-party sites are not covered by this Privacy Promise and HJBA is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites. These sites may have their own privacy policies or statements and we encourage you to learn their practices before providing information.
|Compliance with National Privacy Principles ...|
1) The BaseballNews.org.au Privacy Promise declares that information is being collected for the sole purpose of providing Newsletters to subscribers. All subscribers have the right to access to that information in relation to themselves and the right to correct it if necessary. In the case of minors, this right is available to the parent(s), guardian(s) or other appropriate adult carer(s).