Australia Today Privacy Policy

Australia Today ( or AT) respects your right to privacy. As a general rule, website visitors remain anonymous. No attempt will be made to identify visitors unless - in the very unlikely event - compelled by U.S. law enforcement or judicial authorities.

Personal and professional information about you will be required when transmitting ads and queries, billing information and feedback. This information may include your name, businesss, address, telephone, fax and e-mail address.

AT will not share information obtained from you with any other organization or individual without your permission. Any information collected will not be sold, rented or disclosed in any way to a third party.

AT does collect anonymous visitor data to analyze and track certain website trends and statistics. This information is used solely for internal research purposes and to improve the website.

AT features links to other websites. These do not represent sponsorship or endorsement of these sites.

AT provides various measures to protect the security and integrity of internet communications transmitted to the website. However, there are risks connected with such transmissions and AT cannot guarantee the security of any information submitted to the website. Providing information to AT also is possible via the postal service, telephone and fax.

If you have any questions regarding the privacy policy, please contact AT.