Knowledge@Australian School of Business Privacy Statement

Knowledge@Australian School of Business
Knowledge@Australian School of Business is part of the Knowledge@Wharton Network. The Knowledge@Australian School of Business subscription list resides on the Knowledge@Wharton servers to enable distribution of Knowledge@Australian School of Business newsletters.

Only the Knowledge@Wharton team and the Australian School of Business has access to the subscriber database. If Wharton uses a service provider for sending out the newsletters, the service provider can use the subscriber database only for the purpose of sending out the Knowledge@Australian School of Business newsletter.

Information Gathered
The Knowledge@Australian School of Business registration form collects contact details of subscribers such as name, e-mail address and affiliation with the Australian School of Business. These details are held by Knowledge@Wharton and used for distribution of the newsletter and to advise users of changes to the Knowledge@Australian School of Business site. Subscriber details will also be held by, and may be used for, communications from the Australian School of Business.

  • Cookies
    A cookie is a small data file that certain Web sites write to the user's hard drive when visiting the site. A cookie file can contain information, such as user ID that the site uses to track pages the user has visited. Knowledge@Australian School of Business uses cookies to store member names and passwords so that a registered user can enter the site without having to log on each time. Knowledge@Australian School of Business also uses cookies to anonymously track users' sessions (i.e., pages visited, frequency of visit, etc.).
  • Use of Information Advisory Emails
    Knowledge@Australian School of Business may send emails to advise users of changes to the site or to provide information that it considers may be of interest to you. Once you register with Knowledge@Australian School of Business you will automatically receive a fortnightly newsletter via email. Users may opt out of receiving the newsletter at any time.
  • Knowledge@Australian School of Business's "Send to a Friend" Service
    Users can choose to electronically forward an article, abstract or research piece to someone else. Users must provide their e-mail address as well as that of the recipient. The information is used only in the case of transmission errors and to let the recipient know who sent the story. The email addresses provided are held by The Wharton School and The Australian School of Business.

Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
The information that is automatically collected during each visit to the Knowledge@Australian School of Business website is aggregated by Knowledge@Australian School of Business with similar logged information. This de-identified aggregated information may be published by the Australian School of Business in internal reports to assist identification of patterns of website usage and to improve and maintain the service of the Knowledge@Australian School of Business website. Aggregated information does not identify individual users and does not include personal information.

Knowledge@Australian School of Business will not otherwise disclose your personal information without your consent unless otherwise authorised by law.

Personal information collected through the Knowledge@Australian School of Business website which is no longer required and which need not be retained by law will be destroyed.

Access to your Personal Information
You have a right to access your personal information held by Knowledge@Australian School of Business. You can also request amendment to that information if you believe that it is incorrect or make complaints about the information handling practices of The Australian School of Business or breaches of your privacy by The Australian School of Business. If you wish to obtain access to your personal information you should send an email to knowledge.asb@unsw.edu.au.

External Links
This site contains links to other sites. The linkages are provided as a courtesy, to be used or not at the discretion of the individual user. If users decide to follow those other links, Knowledge@Australian School of Business cannot be responsible for the privacy policies and content of those sites. Users should contact the coordinator of the particular site with any questions about those sites.

Contacting the Knowledge@Australian School of Business Team
For any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site or users' dealings with this site, users can contact: knowledge.asb@unsw.edu.au.

More information
To view the University of New South Wales's privacy policy, click here; to view the Wharton School's privacy policy, click here.

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