Our website address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
This document sets out the policy of Marli International Pty Ltd trading as Modstyle (“MOD”) in relation to the collection and handling of personal information. It applies to all customers, staff and other individuals. Further information about our information handling processes may be available on request.
The term “personal information” refers to information from which an individual’s identity can be reasonably ascertained. It includes information such as an individual’s name, address, telephone numbers, email addresses, date of birth, credit and banking details and if and where applicable includes “sensitive information” such as health information.
In this policy the term “customer” means optometrists who are customers of MOD and “personal information” in the context of a customer means personal information about the individuals within that practice.
MOD treats all personal information it collects in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 and the Australian Privacy Principles.
MOD collects and uses personal information (such as name, email address, contact details) of individuals who make enquiries through its website, over the telephone, face to face, through email or in other written communications. MOD uses these types of personal information for the purposes of responding to such enquiries and otherwise for the purpose for which the contact is made or information is provided. MOD also may collect use and display information provided by individuals through social media in circumstances where it can be inferred that the individual consents.
MOD collects and uses personal information of customers to represent the individual interests of customers, to provide them with the business services and products needed to keep them competitive and profitable. and to the extent necessary (and with the consent of the individuals concerned) the independent full scope optometry profession.
Information MOD collects about customers includes:
We may collect additional personal information where this is provided or supplied by a customer, including:
A customer may elect to provide, or not provide, any of this additional information.
The specific uses to which MOD puts customers’ personal information includes to develop, coordinate and implement MOD’s business services and products, to communicate, provide and inform customers of services that are available from MOD, to support the business needs of customers, to manage customer monthly accounts, as a source of information for both the customers and the public.
MOD obtains a customer’s personal information primarily from the customer themselves, although MOD also obtains personal information about customers from other publicly available sources where it is reasonably necessary to do so and it is permitted under the Privacy Act.
MOD may use and disclose personal information of individuals for purposes such as for responding to enquiries, conducting financial transactions and sending marketing materials in circumstances where the individual has asked for or reasonably expects to receive marketing materials (and where opt-out mechanisms exist).
MOD will take reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information it collects is accurate, complete, up-to-date and secure. (It requests individuals (including customers) to contact MOD directly if they have any concerns or require changes to or corrections of their personal information.)
The personal information of customers is stored on servers that are protected in controlled facilities locally and a secure cloud server. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the internet can be guaranteed to be completely secure. Although MOD strives to protect such information, MOD does not warrant the security of any information transmitted to it over the internet and customers do so at their own risk.
MOD takes all reasonable steps to ensure that access to personal information is restricted to those within the organisation who have a need to know.
Customers and other individuals may request access to, and ask MOD to make corrections to the personal information that MOD holds about them.
This can be done:
MOD will, on request, provide a customer with access to the information it holds about that customer, unless there is an exception which applies under relevant privacy laws. If MOD refuses to provide access to the information, it will provide reasons for the refusal and inform the customer of any exceptions relied upon.
If the personal information MOD holds about a customer is inaccurate, incomplete or out of date and the customer asks MOD to correct this information, MOD will take reasonable steps to either correct this information or if necessary discuss alternative actions with the customer.
MOD will not adopt, use or disclose any identifier assigned to an individual or customer by a government agency, except where required by law.
It is an individual’s right to be dealt with anonymously, provided that it is lawful and practicable. MOD will try to accommodate this wherever possible. However, it may not be possible for MOD to fully comply with any request for service or information that the individual may request, without access to that individual’s personal information.
MOD does not disclose personal information.
MOD does not normally collect sensitive information (as defined under the Privacy Act), such as information about the health status of customers or other individuals. If it is necessary to collect sensitive information, it will be done in accordance with applicable laws. Further, in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles, MOD will not collect sensitive information about an individual (including a customer) unless that person consents to the collection of the information and the information is reasonably necessary for one or more of MOD’s functions or activities.
If a person (including a customer) wishes to gain access to his or her personal information, has a complaint about a breach of privacy or has any questions on how their personal information is collected or used, they can forward a request, complaint or question to the address below:
Attention: National Privacy Officer
PO Box 62
Ferntree Gully VIC 3156
Or by calling (AU) 1800 338 812,
Or by emailing: email@example.com and marked attention National Privacy Officer.
MOD will assess each such request, complaint or question in relation to , and respond to a customer’s request, complaint or question within 14 days.
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