Replacing the ALP is committed to protecting your privacy and using the information you provide to us in a manner respectful of your privacy concerns. Accordingly, we bind ourselves to the principles expressed in this policy.
What Information We Collect and Why
Replacing the ALP (“RALP”) collects your contact details in order to send you information about upcoming campaigns and ways in which you can participate. In order to improve our campaigns and to keep communication channels open with our member, RALP collects the following information from you:
Your contact information:
RALP collects your name and email address for the purpose of sending you information about upcoming campaigns or meetings and other general news concerning our association . You can request to stop receiving these emails or to change your contact details at any time.
Records of communications with us:
If you send an email to RALP or give us information via telephone, we may retain a record of this communication in order to respond to your inquiry or for another purpose.
RALP may also collect information about how frequently our members respond to our emails or how many visit our website. We analyse these trends with the aim of improving the way we communicate with you.
We take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorised or unlawful access, alteration, disclosure or destruction of your personal information. These include internal reviews of our information collection systems, storage and processing practices as well as physical security measures to guard against unauthorised access if appropriate.
RALP will not sell, trade or exchange your information without your consent. We will not provide your personal information to any other organisation, unless in the following circumstances:
- Where required for financial transactions (e.g. to verify credit cards);
- If you sign to petition a decision-maker through our website, your name and state may be forwarded to the decision-maker but we will reserve your email and your physical address (if you have provided it to us);
- As required by law, including disclosure to the Australian Electoral Commission.
Changes to this Policy
Your Access Rights
You have a right to access your personal information, subject to some exceptions allowed by law. If you would like to do so please let us know by putting your request in writing (for security reasons) and forwarding it to us.