Rainbow Crystal takes Privacy seriously. On 21st December 2001 the Privacy Act of the Federal Government came into effect.
There are 10 National Privacy Principles:
2. Use and Disclosure
3. Data Quality
4. Data Security
6. Access and correction
8. Remaining anonymous
9. Transborder Data Flows
10. Sensitive Information
Rainbow Crystal currently retains and will from time to time collect information from its clients and other organisations and individuals with whom it does business and from members of the general public who have requested information from Rainbow Crystal. This information is collected and used primarilyto promote the aims of the Rainbow Crystal.
Information that is retained by the Rainbow Crystal is updated upon receipt of notification of changes and is protected from distribution outside of Rainbow Crystal except with the permission of each of the relevant companies, organisations or individuals.
Organisations and individuals with whom the Rainbow Crystal does business and the members of the general public can, at any time, request from the Rainbow Crystal the type of information that is retained about them. The Rainbow Crystal will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the information it does retain is accurate, complete and up to date. Access to information about any individual or company can be given to them, except to the extent that such information might impact on paragraphs a to j of Principle Six of the National Privacy Principles.
Information will not be provided to other states or to foreign countries unless an express authority is received from the relevant company or organisation or member of the public subject to paragraphs a to f of Principle Nine of the National Privacy Principles.
Sensitive information will not be collected about members, organisations or companies with whom the Rainbow Crystal does business or members of the general public. The all inclusive paragraphs of Principle Ten of the National Privacy Principles apply.
For full details regarding the ten National Privacy Principles or to contact the Federal Privacy Commissioner:
Telephone 1300 363 992
or visit the website http://www.privacy.gov.au/.