The Queensland Japan Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc (QJCCI) values your privacy. As part of our commitment to the protection of your rights under the Privacy Act 1988 and the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2001 we detail here an explanation of our information handling practices.
QJCCI collects personal information solely for the purpose of providing services to our members and general information to the wider community with an interest in furthering trade and relations between Queensland and Japan. Personal information will only be used for marketing including updates about our activities, events and services plus the promotion of the Chamber and the benefits of membership. If you have a listing on our site, your organisation’s contact details (as provided by you to us) can be viewed by users of the site.
If we have marketed services to you and you no longer wish to receive those communications from us, you should contact our Privacy Officer on 0407 611 972 or email us here and we will ensure that this is corrected. QJCCI will normally collect directly from you any information we have about you. The provision of your personal information is voluntary but if not provided the QJCCI may not be able to provide you with the services you expect or request.
Information that we collect may include, but is not limited to your name and e-mail address, your organisation's name and physical address, your postal address, telephone and facsimile numbers and web address. QJCCI will take all reasonable steps to ensure that any personal information collected from you is accurate, complete and current, that such information is both physically and technologically secure and that any information no longer required for any purpose by QJCCI will be destroyed or permanently de-identified.
Your rights include full access to the personal information held by the QJCCI concerning yourself. You may request a copy of this information or further information about our privacy practices at any time by contacting our Privacy Officer on 0407 611 972 or by emailing us here.
For further information concerning your rights please visit the Australian Information Commissioner's web site at: www.privacy.gov.au