General information about visits to our Websites is collected by our computer servers, with small files “cookies” that our Websites transfers to your computer’s hard drive through your Web browser (if you allow the delivery of “cookies”).
The “cookies” are used to follow the pattern of movements of users by letting us know which pages on our Websites are visited, in what order and how often and the previous website visited and also to process the items you select if you are making purchases from our Websites.
The anonymous non-personal information that we collect and analyse in not personal information as described in the Privacy Act.
When you access our Website, small files containing a unique identification (ID) number may be downloaded by your web browser and stored in the cache of your computer.
The purpose of sending these files with a unique ID number is so that our Website can recognise your computer when you next visit our Website.
The “cookies” that are shared with your computer can’t be used to discover any personal information such as your name, address or email address they merely identify your computer to our Websites when you visit us.
We can also log the internet protocol address (IP address) of visitors to our Website so that we can work out the countries in which the computers are located.
We collect information using “cookies” and other tracking technologies for the following reasons:
However, if you turn your cookies off, some of our services may not function properly.