Freshmark is committed to complying with the requirements of the Privacy (Amendment) Act 2000. In line with this commitment, the collection and handling of any personal information is undertaken in accordance with the National Privacy Principles and the Privacy (Amendment) Act 2000. The following Privacy Statement covers personal information collected via the Freshmark website.
Collection of personal information
Your personal information is collected from you so we can conduct our business and provide services to you.
The type of information which we collect about you will depend on how you use the facilities offered on the website and which products or services you use.
If you visit the web site to browse or download information, the web server will record the date and time of your visit to our site, the pages viewed and the information downloaded. We will only use this information for statistical and website development purposes.
Disclosure and use of personal information
With respect to the suppliers, service providers and customers, personal information collected will be for the purpose of establishing and building an ongoing business relationship with you.
We will not use or disclose any information collected about you other than for the purpose for which you have given it to us.
We will not use, sell or disclose your information for any other purpose without your consent unless required or authorised by law.
All reasonable measures will be employed to ensure that your personal information is accurate, complete and up-to-date including periodic reviews of your personal information contained in our records.
Security of personal information
The data you provide us will be kept secure and Freshmark will take all reasonable precautions to protect your personal information from misuse, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure to any unauthorised party. Personal information will be destroyed when it is no longer needed for its authorised purpose.
Your access to your information
You may access and update your personal information that we hold about you. There are some circumstances in which access is restricted and in these cases reasons for denying access will be explained. A reasonable fee for such access may be charged.
Links to third party web sites
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