Privacy Policy

The privacy policy of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre (the Centre) is based on respect for international standards of information privacy protection, such as the Information Privacy Principles set out in section 14 of the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988, the National Privacy Principles and the Australian Privacy Charter.

Information concerning usage of the Centre

  1. The Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre (the Centre) collects information which identifies, for each page accessed on the Centre's web site, the network identity of the machine which has accessed it. The Centre retains this usage information for purposes of network analysis, usage analysis, and research into usage patterns for the purpose of improving The Centre's services. Access to and use of this information is restricted to the Centre's management and staff, and to researchers working on the Centre's projects and subject to an agreement to adhere to this Privacy Policy.

  2. The Centre does not disclose or publish information which identifies individual machines,or potentially identifying sub-groupings of addresses, without consent. The Centre does publish aggregated information about usage patterns.

  3. The Centre reserves the right to gather more extensive information that stated above (i) about any attempted access to the Centre which raise security issues (and, where necessary, to make disclosures to relevent authorities); and (ii) for network analyses on an occasional basis.