Your privacy is important to us. We wouldn’t want people mistreating our information, so we’ll do everything we can to safeguard yours. Any information that we collect will only be used in ways for which you have consented.
This policy came into effect on the 19th March 2010, and was last updated on the 1st March 2018.
Information collected from website visitors
When visiting a Tickit website, your activity, browser information and information about the referring site, along with an approximation of your location may be recorded. We may also recorded this information linked to your IP address or e-mail address, if authenticated to the website.
Tickit uses this information to improve its websites, products and services and your experience with Tickit.
Tickit will never publish this information.
Tickit will not share this personally identifying information with any third party.
Collection and use of personally identifying information
Tickit collects the e-mail addresses, names and potentially other information when you communicate with Tickit or use its products. When you register with Tickit, we ask for information such as your name, organization information, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers and postal addresses.
Tickit will use the information gathered for the provision of products and services to you; including billing, authentication, contact and improvement to said products services and its websites.
Tickit does not intentionally collect information from children under the age of thirteen (13).
Protection of personally identifying information
Tickit may disclose personally identifying information to its employees. This will only be done on a need-to-know basis.
Personally identifying information will not be transferred outside of your home country as part of our provision of services to you.
Tickit uses the services of third party vendors for storage, network, billing, technical, and billing services.
When required by law (under governmental order, warrant or subpoena), or when Tickit believes that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the rights of Tickit, personally identifying information may be disclosed.
Tickit does not publish correspondence and feedback sent to Tickit.
Tickit will take all reasonable measures to protect against unauthorized access, use and alteration to personally identifying information.
A cookie is a small amount of information that our websites can store on your computer. Your computer provides this cookie when visiting the same website in the future. Cookies are used to enhance your experience with a website.
Visitors can disable the storage of cookies in their web browser, but should be aware that doing so may affect the quality of the experience with the website. In some cases, the website may not work at all.
Access to your information
You can change any of the personally identifying information volunteered to us by writing to us. If you would like us to delete any personally identifying information held about you, we will do so on request unless we need to hold the information as part of the provision of products and services to you.
You may contact Tickit using any of the methods outlined below:
Tickit Systems Pty Ltd,
Unit 2, 7 Packard Avenue,
Castle Hill – NSW 2154
+ 61 2 8831 6397
+ 61 2 8831 6395
Changes to this policy