State Sport Centres Trust (Melbourne Sports Hub)
ABN 1637 447 1008
WEBSITE COLLECTION STATEMENT
This Privacy Statement tells our staff, customers, Contractors, students, volunteers and visitors to SSCT’s premises how we deal with privacy issues in providing our products and services (“Services”) through the Melbourne Sports Hub website at www.msac.com.au (“Website”). The word ‘customers’ includes visitors to our Website, users of our services and purchasers of our products or services. mBy using or accessing the Website, you consent to our privacy practices as disclosed in this Collection Statement.
1. Collection of Personal Information
a) In the course of providing the Services to you, we may obtain personal information about you, including your:
iii. email address;
iv. other contact details; and
v. credit card or bank account information
b) Usually we collect personal information directly from you from data you input through the Website, including via:
i. online user registration and enrolment forms;
ii. information you provide through participation in forums, blogs, submission of reviews, comments, questions and feedback; and
iii. online payment gateways or services.
c) Personal information can also be collected through cookies and usage tracking (see below).
2. Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
a) We may use or disclose your personal information:
i. to provide Services to you (e.g., we may use your email address to provide Services to you).
ii. to contact you to discuss the Services generally, or in response to a query or feedback from you.
iii. to forward direct marketing material such as newsletters or information about special offers (you can opt out of receiving marketing material and we do not rent, sell or lease our customer lists to third parties).
iv. to carry out administrative functions associated with the provision of the Services, such as processing payments.
b) We will not give, sell, trade or disclose any of your personal information to a third party
i. you have provided us with your consent; or
ii. we are required to do so by law.
c) There may be instances whereby certain aspects of personal information are collected for statistical data, and is used by us for certain business purposes. This data is collected as grouped data, and as such is not reported with individually identifiable personal information disclosed.
3. Access Device and Browser Information
When you access the Website from a computer, mobile/cell phone, or other device, we may collect information from that device about your browser type, location, and IP address as well as the pages you visit.
4. Cookies and usage tracking
a) We may use small text files called “cookies”:
i. to enable more efficient browsing of the Website;
ii. to enable you to log in, and remain logged in across browser sessions if you choose;
iii. for statistical purposes, such as to determine which pages or categories of the Website are viewed most by our visitors.
5. Links to Other Sites
The Website contains links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of linked websites.
6. Main Consequences of Failing to Provide Personal Information
We may not be able to provide you with complete or adequate Services if you choose not to provide the personal information we need. We may also be unable to supply you with other products, services and offers we provide.
7. Access and Correction
You can ask us for access to your personal information. You can also ask us to correct or update your personal information.
9. Overseas Recipient
We are not likely to disclose personal information to overseas recipients.
10. Further Information
Mail: General Manager Corporate Services
State Sport Centres Trust
1 Aughtie Drive
Phone: 03 9926 1600