MU Sydney offers this web site as a dynamic means of providing information on various topics related to our organisation and its work, and as a venue for authorised users and guests to share their ideas and concerns related to marriage and family life. To achieve this, we need to collect certain items of information about you, but are also mindful that the privacy and security of any information collected or provided are highly important.
Gathering and Use of Information
We take privacy and confidentiality seriously. Therefore we ensure that any information you supply to us will be held securely. All personal data held is used solely for the purpose stated.It is our strict policy not to sell, rent or pass personal details on to third parties. Apart from information provided by you in emails and entered into our enquiry and registration forms, this web site does not capture or store any personal information.
You are entitled to know whether MU Sydney holds any information about you, and to have access to it to ensure any corrections or removal, if desired. If you have any concerns regarding your personal information held by our organisation please contact us.
If you would like to prevent the placement of cookies on your computer, their use may be disabled by changing the settings in the preferences or options menu in your internet browser. The browser ‘help’ function should also be able to assist in the deletion of any existing cookies. Please note that certain functions on this site may not function properly if cookies are disabled.
Web Site Statistics
Every computer connected to the Internet is allocated an IP Address (e.g. 126.96.36.199). When a visitor requests to view a page on this (or any) web site, the web server automatically logs the request. This information reveals nothing personal about you and very little information is actually logged. Typically this information includes the following data:
- Your IP address (e.g. 188.8.131.52)
- The web address of the site you came from (e.g. Google / Yahoo etc.)
- The Operating System that you are using (e.g. Windows XP or Mac OS X)
- The web browser you are using (e.g. Internet Explorer 8.0)
There is nothing special about this information, and the practice of logging this data is standard practice on the internet today. We simply analyse this data so we can ensure maximum compatibility for the various Web Browsers and Operating Systems that visitors use whilst browsing our site.