Privacy matters, and the Jo Briskey's Labor campaign for Bonner is committed to ensuring that your participation protects that privacy.
What information we collect and why
Jo Briskey's Labor campaign for Bonner collects personal information to allow us to send you opportunities to participate in campaigns and provide you information that’s relevant to you. In order to improve these campaigns and our responsiveness to you, we collect the following information:
- Information you provide: We collect your name and email address for the purpose of sending you opportunities to get up-to-date information and participate in our campaigns. You can ask to stop receiving these emails or change your details at any time by using the link at the bottom of each email. Any additional information you choose to provide in the course of Jo Briskey's campaigns and surveys is stored securely.
- Communications with us: When you send an email to Jo Briskey or give us information over the phone, we may retain this in order to respond to your inquiry.
- User trends: We also collect information about how people respond to our emails and how many take action through our site. We analyse these trends to improve our campaigns and communications.
We take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorised access to or unauthorised alteration, disclosure or destruction of data. These include internal reviews of our data collection, storage and processing practices and security measures, as well as physical security measures to guard against unauthorised access to systems where we store personal data.
We won’t sell, trade or exchange your information without your permission.
Jo Briskey - Labor campaign for Bonner will not provide your personal information to any other organisation, with some exceptions:
- Where required for financial transactions (eg. to verify credit cards);
- When you petition a decision-maker through our website, your name and postcode may be forwarded to the decision-maker, but not your email or physical address;
When you send an email through this site, for example to a member of Parliament, that email will come from your address, not from Jo Briskey - Labor's campaign for Bonner, and hence will include the details you provide, often including your email address.
Access to personal information is restricted to the Jo Briskey campaign team who need to know that information in order to run and improve our campaigns. In some circumstances trusted volunteers who sign non-disclosure forms are given access to limited information for the purposes of contacting you or improving our campaigns. All individuals with access to data are bound by confidentiality obligations and may be subject to discipline, including termination and criminal prosecution, if they fail to meet these obligations.
Changes to this policy
All donations $1,000 or more will be disclosed to the ECQ and AEC. Your name and address is required; anonymous and overseas donations are not allowed. Political donations made in a personal capacity are tax deductible up to a certain threshold. Check the ATO website for more information. Further information is available on the ECQ website here and AEC website here.