Over IP Pty. Ltd.
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Privacy Statement

We at Over IP Group respect your privacy.This is why we have taken the time to disclose our information collection practices and our privacy policy. Please take the time to review this document.


This Policy is for:

 

  1. Your Company Name
  2. Your Address
  3. Your City, State, Postcode
  4. Your Country
  5. Voice Contact Number:
  6. Fax Contact Number:
  7. Contact Email Address: yourprivacy@domainname


Access to information collected by our website:

None: no access to identified data is given.


Dispute Resolution Policies


Customer Service:

Individual may complain to the Web site's customer service representative for resolution of disputes regarding the use of collected data. The description MUST include information about how to contact customer service.


Remedies:

Errors or wrongful actions arising in connection with the privacy policy will be remedied by the service.Information collected helps us to serve you better.


Purposes for Data Collection:


Completion and Support of Activity For Which Data Was Provided:

Information may be used by the service provider to complete the activity for which it was provided, whether a one-time activity such as returning the results from a Web search, forwarding an email message, or placing an order; or a recurring activity such as providing a subscription service, or allowing access to an online address book or electronic wallet.


Research and Development:

Information may be used to enhance, evaluate, or otherwise review the site, service, product, or market. This does not include personal information used to tailor or modify the content to the specific individual nor information used to evaluate, target, profile or contact the individual.


One-time Tailoring:

Information may be used to tailor or modify content or design of the site where the information is used only for a single visit to the site and not used for any kind of future customisation. For example, an online store might suggest other items a visitor may wish to purchase based on the items he has already placed in his shopping basket.


Pseudonymous Analysis:

Information may be used to create or build a record of a particular individual or computer that is tied to a pseudonymous identifier, without tying identified data (such as name, address, phone number, or email address) to the record. This profile will be used to determine the habits, interests, or other characteristics of individuals for purpose of research, analysis and reporting, but it will not be used to attempt to identify specific individuals. For example, a marketer may wish to understand the interests of visitors to different portions of a Web site.


Pseudonymous Decision:

Information may be used to create or build a record of a particular individual or computer that is tied to a pseudonymous identifier, without tying identified data (such as name, address, phone number, or email address) to the record. This profile will be used to determine the habits, interests, or other characteristics of individuals to make a decision that directly affects that individual, but it will not be used to attempt to identify specific individuals. For example, a marketer may tailor or modify content displayed to the browser based on pages viewed during previous visits.


Individual Analysis:

Information may be used to determine the habits, interests, or other characteristics of individuals and combine it with identified data for the purpose of research, analysis and reporting. For example, an online Web site for a physical store may wish to analyse how online shoppers make offline purchases.


Individual Decision:

Information may be used to determine the habits, interests, or other characteristics of individuals and combine it with identified data to make a decision that directly affects that individual. For example, an online store suggests items a visitor may wish to purchase based on items he has purchased during previous visits to the Web site.


Contacting Visitors for Marketing of Services or Products:

Information may be used to contact the individual, through a communications channel other than voice telephone, for the promotion of a product or service. This includes notifying visitors about updates to the Web site.


Contacting Visitors for Marketing of Services or Products Via Telephone:

Information may be used to contact the individual via a voice telephone call for promotion of a product or service.


Other Uses:

Information may be used in other ways not captured by the above definitions.

 

Who recieves the information collected:

Ourselves and/or entities acting as our agents or entities for whom we are acting as an agent: An agent in this instance is defined as a third party that processes data only on behalf of the service provider for the completion of the stated purposes. (e.g., the service provider and its printing bureau which prints address labels and does nothing further with the information.)


Delivery services possibly following different practices:

Legal entities performing delivery services that may use data for purposes other than completion of the stated purpose. This should also be used for delivery services whose data practices are unknown.


Legal entities following our practices:

Legal entities who use the data on their own behalf under equable practices. (e.g., consider a service provider that grants the user access to collected personal information, and also provides it to a partner who uses it once but discards it. Since the recipient, who has otherwise similar practices, cannot grant the user access to information that it discarded, they are considered to have equable practices.)


Legal entities following different practices:

Legal entities that are constrained by and accountable to the original service provider, but may use the data in a way not specified in the service provider's practices (e.g., the service provider collects data that is shared with a partner who may use it for other purposes. However, it is in the service provider's interest to ensure that the data is not used in a way that would be considered abusive to the users' and its own interests.)


Unrelated third parties:

Legal entities whose data usage practices are not known by the original service provider.


Public fora:

Public fora such as bulletin boards, public directories, or commercial CD-ROM directories.Information is retained for an indeterminate period of time.


Data Collected may include:

 

  1. User Name is collected.
  2. User Date of Birth is collected.
  3. User Gender is collected.
  4. User Employer is collected.
  5. User Department information is collected.
  6. User Job Title is collected.
  7. User Home Information is collected.
  8. User Business Information is collected.
  9. Third Party Name is collected.
  10. Third Party Date of Birth is collected.
  11. Third Party Gender is collected.
  12. Third Party Employer information is collected.
  13. Third Party Department or Division of Organisation where User is Employed is collected.
  14. Third Party User's Job Title is collected.
  15. Third Party User's Home Contact Information is collected.
  16. Third Party User's Business Contact Information is collected.
  17. Navigation and Click-stream Data, Computer Information is collected from system logs.
  18. Navigation and Click-stream Data, Computer Information is collected from HTTP Protocol information.
  19. Search Terms such as search text is collected.
  20. How the user interacts with their Web browser while interacting with a resource is captured.
  21. Interaction with you is retained on the server. Information such as account transactions, etc.

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