CAMLA's Website Privacy Policy

CAMLA collects personal information when individuals apply for membership, subscribe to the Communications Law Bulletin or register for CAMLA events. The information collected includes contact details and the amount and method of payment.

This information is used for the purpose of administering the affairs of CAMLA and communicating with members. It may be disclosed where necessary in connection with these purposes, but any other disclosure will only be with the individual's consent or as otherwise permitted under the Privacy Act 1988.

CAMLA does not and will not sell, rent or share our membership database or membership mailing list. CAMLA takes steps to ensure that membership and other details are stored securely.

CAMLA's web site generates log files that show the IP address of the visitor, date, time and pages visited. CAMLA may review aggregate information in its web site logs from time to time to generate statistics about access to its site, such as those parts that are most popular. CAMLA does not compile 'audit trails' identifying visitors to its pages.