Privacy

Institute of Professional Legal Studies Privacy Statement

The collection, use, storage, disclosure and correction of personal information by the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) is governed by The Privacy Act 1993. IPLS collects, stores and uses and discloses personal information about individuals in a number of circumstances set out below.

Collection of Information

The following information is recorded and logged by the IPLS server when you visit this website:

  • Your browser’s internet address
  • Your server’s address
  • Your domain name
  • Your IP address
  • Date and time of your visit to the site
  • Pages you accessed and documents downloaded
  • Previous site visited
  • Type of browser you are using
  • Username entered if accessing a restricted site

Access to information collected

IPLS uses this information for statistical purposes and for system administration tasks to maintain this service. It does not attempt to identify individuals as part of regular business practice. However, in the event of an investigation, IPLS, a law enforcement agency or other government agency may exercise its legal authority to inspect relevant server logs.

Use of information collected

IPLS will only record your e-mail address if you send us a message. Your e-mail address will only be used for the purpose for which you have provided it and it will not be added to a mailing list or used for any other purpose without your consent.. This site does not provide facilities for the secure transmission of information across the Internet. Users should be aware there are inherent risks transmitting information across the Internet.

Cookies

A cookie is a very small text file sent to your browser from our web server and stored on your computer hard drive. The text file is sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server. Cookies help us to provide the user with a customised experience without having to remind us of his/her preferences each time he/she returns to our web pages. Cookies cannot damage files, nor can they read information from the hard drive of a computer. It is possible to disable the acceptance of cookies by your web browser. However, doing so may restrict your ability to access some web pages.