Ensuring that privacy and confidentiality are protected is central to Bright Now’s operations.
The Australian Privacy Principles set minimum standards covering the legitimate use of personal information. Bright Now is committed to complying with those Principles.
In brief, Bright Now only collects personal information:
- which is necessary for the lawful provision of services in accordance with Bright Now policies;
- which is given voluntarily; and
- which will be stored securely on Bright Now’s internal databases.
When in possession or control of a record containing personal information, Bright Now will ensure that:
- the record is protected against loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclose, by such steps as it is reasonable in the circumstances to take;
- if it is necessary for that record to be given to a person in connection with the provision of a service to Bright Now, everything reasonable will be done to prevent unauthorised use or disclosure of that record.
Bright Now will not disclose such personal information to a third party:
- without the individual’s consent; or
- unless that disclosure is required or authorised by or under law.
Under no circumstances will Bright Now sell or receive payment for licensing or disclosing personal information about employees or members.
All employees and members of Bright Now have the right of access to all records containing personal information about them.
All inquiries or complaints about privacy should be directed to the Chief Executive Officer.
This statement has been prepared in accordance with the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012.
Rebecca Urane, CEO