The Pirates collect general Internet usage information such as your IP address, time and duration of visit to the Pirates website, and the features used on the website. This information is collected anonymously and is used for the purposes of analysing traffic statistics and for improving the services offered through the Pirates website. This information is not and will not be used by the Pirates to identify specific individuals.
The Pirates take the issue of privacy seriously and will comply to the best of its abilities with all reasonable guidelines and instructions issued by privacy bodies such as Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
Any personal information acquired by the Pirates will be treated in confidence and will not be disclosed to any third party without your express consent or unless the Pirates are legally required to provide such information to a recognised government body or agency such as the Australian Federal Police, or is compelled by a court of law with jurisdiction over the information in question, to disclose the information to a third party.
Unless you have given your consent to receive periodic newsletters, updates or other information from the Pirates, we will not use your contact details to provide these materials to you. If you request to receive these materials, you may also request to withdraw from any subscription list operated by the Pirates at any time.
The Pirates will not use any personal information for internal marketing purposes unless you have expressly provided your consent for your personal information to be used in this way.
The Pirates aim to be a responsible corporate citizen with regard to respecting the privacy of visitors to its website. We wish to gain and keep the trust of all those who legitimately and legally use our website.