This statement applies to personal information collected through this website (www.gocloud.law). Its purpose is to let people that use the website know when we collect personal information and what we do with it.
Note that this site can be viewed and its web feeds can be subscribed to without the need to disclose personal information to us.
Collecting personal information
We collect personal information that you choose to give us while using our website and its services, for example your email address if you sign up to a newsletter. We only use this personal information for the purpose(s) specified at the point of collection. When you do provide information to us, please carefully read the privacy statement provided at that point.
Note that any information you provide us with is viewable by site administrators, certain GoCloud staff and contractors (including third parties providing services relating to the administration, improvement and/or securing of this site and the information it contains "Third Party Contractors")), and if published, members of the public. Please note this if you choose to provide us with information of a sensitive nature.
Sharing your information
We do not give information about you to other organisations or anyone else unless one of the following applies:
- one of the reasons we obtained the information was to give it to someone else
- you have given authority
- it is required or authorised by the Privacy Act 1993 or by any other law.
Access to personal information we hold about you
You can ask us to give you any information that we hold about you and to make any correction to that information. Contact our Privacy Officer:
- email: email@example.com
- post: Privacy Officer, GoCloud Systems, 1 Willis street, Wellington, New Zealand
Automatic collection of information
We - and our contractors, providers and agencies - use analytical tools, like Google Analytics to create summary statistics that allow us to assess information such as the number of visitors to different sections of the website, identify what information is of most and least interest, monitor system performance, and help us make our website more useful to visitors. To do this these analytical tools collect and store the data when you visit the website, including:
- Your service address (IP address)
- The date, time and duration of your visit to the site
- The pages you accessed and the documents you downloaded
- The type of browser you used
- The search terms you used
- Your operating system
- Other incidental matters such as screen resolution and the language setting of your browser.