How we safeguard your privacy and manage personal information.
News Bites aims to give our subscribers and potential subscribers the service we would want ourselves. When it comes to privacy, that means that we:
- We tell you plainly what we do and don’t do with your personal information.
- We protect your personal information from being disclosed to people whom you don’t intend to see it.
- We don’t spam you.
The information we gather
We use subscription forms to gather names, email addresses, phone numbers and details of users’ employment, businesses and interests.
We may place cookies on users’ computers and smartphones. The cookies that our websites place on your device help us to recognise you when you access http://newsbitesfinance.com/ . We do not use them to monitor any other activity.
We do not collect credit card information or financial data at this website.
What we do with your information
We will use the individual personal information you give us only for the purpose of contacting you about our services.
We will not share your individual personal information with third parties, including advertisers, or use your information for any other purpose without your consent (unless legally required to provide it to government bodies).
In handling personal information, we are also subject to Australia’s Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and comply with Australia’s ten National Privacy Principles. Those principles form part of this policy. They can be read on the website of the Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner.
What we send you
We send emails only to people who have opted in to receive them by confirming their email address.
How we protect your information
News Bites uses reasonable administrative, technical, personnel and physical measures to safeguard personally identifiable information in its possession against loss, theft and unauthorised use, disclosure or modification.
Information gathered through website subscription forms is securely stored in a database to which only designated News Bites personnel have access.
You have a right to access most personal information we hold about you. Please contact us if you want access to your personal information or if you have a concern about the way we handle privacy at News Bites.