by Jerry, 03/09/2014

Jerry IT is committed to responsible privacy practices and to complying with Australian Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988. The following information details our Privacy Policy with respect to how and why we collect personal information from our website and how this information is used.

Information Collected

In the course of normal website usage Jerry IT collects the IP address, the referring website URL and the date and time of file requests. This information is used as the basis for measuring the statistics of activity within the site. This information is used for internal purposes to maintain and improve the quality of information that we display. We do not collect or store, in the course of this type of usage, information that identifies you as an individual such as your name, email address, or other personal details.

Within some pages of the Jerry IT website you are able to initiate a request for additional information or commence a dialogue with Jerry IT. These forms request your manual addition of information such as your name, company, email address and nature of the request. This information is used and stored by Jerry IT only for the purposes of responding to this request and is never provided to any other company for that company’s independent use. In the unlikely event of an investigation, a law enforcement agency or other government agency may exercise its legal authority to inspect our logs and databases.

Use of cookies

The Jerry IT website and other associated websites may use ‘cookies’ to enhance the usability and functionality of the website or manage the display of information as you use the site in keeping with the standard practice of the industry. A cookie is a small data element stored by your web browser on your computer system to recall information that the user has previously entered. Cookies do not store your email address or other personal information about you.

There are two types of cookies which can be generated – ‘session’ or ‘persistent’ cookies. Session cookies are destroyed (deleted) when you close your web browser without maintaining personal information which might identify you should you visit the website at a later date. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer and contain an expiration date. If we have used Persistent Cookies we have included a ‘Remember’ option. If you do not want a cookie created make sure you do not select this option.

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