Thank you for visiting the Birth International website. This statement outlines our privacy policies, which are designed to protect your information and ensure security.
We ask you to provide some personal details when taking the following actions:
- ordering products
- registering for workshops or events
- joining the Birth International Bulletin
- requesting a paper catalogue
We use this information to process your request, or to contact you in the case of an issue arising. This information cannot be used or modified by unauthorised parties.
We respect your privacy, and the personal details you provide are kept in strictest confidence. We will not provide your details to any third parties.
We do not track your activities on the site.
While we do monitor the overall usage of our site, this does not identify individual users. This usage information allows us to determine the most popular areas of our site, and to further improve the site accordingly.
We take every precaution to protect your information, especially any credit card details you may enter. Whenever you submit sensitive information via our website, it is protected via encryption.
This encryption means that it is impossible for anyone other than ourselves to read the information you enter into forms Your browser will display a ‘lock’ icon on a secure page. Clicking on this will give you full details of the encryption that protects our communications.
Credit card details
We do not store your credit card details on our website. This means that even if our security is breached, there is nothing to steal, and your credit card details remain safe.
From time to time, we may contact you (via either e-mail or postal mail), to inform you of important news, or new products and services. If you no longer wish to receive these messages, please contact us, and we will remove your name from our mailing lists.
For further information on our privacy policies, please contact the webmaster.
To read more about privacy issues and legislation in Australia, please visit the Australian Federal Privacy Commissioner’s website at www.privacy.gov.au.