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Privacy is paramount to Coligo Consulting Limited, a company incorporated in New Zealand under registration number 1293726.
Application of policy
The protection of the personal information to the extent that you provide it to Coligo Consulting either via our website, by email, or otherwise, and whether in connection with activities including consultancy, the DOT Scorecard, sending you marketing information about our news and updates, services, products, social media pages, and other activities, is governed by New Zealand legislation, including Privacy Act 1993 and the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007 (the “anti-spam” law).
The Privacy Act 1993 contains a set of information privacy principles, based on the OECD Guidelines, which take a similar approach to many international privacy and data protection laws. The principles are applied by law in a broad range of circumstances. The principles apply to all “personal information”, which means any information about an identifiable living individual. The principles apply to personal information in whatever form it is held, whether electronic, manual or otherwise. They also apply to the collection, holding, use and disclosure of personal information, control the use of unique identifiers, and confer access and correction rights.
Coligo Consulting does not process the personal data of individuals who are located within the European Union other than in connection with those individuals’ use of this website, and in the Coligo Consulting's view does not specifically offer goods and services to individuals within the European Union in a manner that would mean that Coligo Consulting is subject to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).
Coligo Consulting follows its legal obligations under the laws applicable in New Zealand. The European Commission has declared New Zealand’s privacy laws to provide an adequate level of protection for personal data, such that New Zealand forms part of a ‘white list’ of countries to which personal data may be freely transferred from the EEA.
Use of your personal information
We may use the personal information that you provide to us for the following purposes:
Maintaining an inquiry database
Responding to requests for information
Providing services such as the DOT Scorecard
Disclosure of personal information
We may share your personal information with our staff, leadership team, and advisory board. Your information may also be disclosed to our suppliers, business partners, and other third parties associated with the Coligo in order to undertake the operation of our business. This may include, but not exclusively; allowing a service to be performed, processing of payments, conducting market research and surveys in order to improve the level of services provided to our customers.
We will not otherwise use or disclose your personal information except to the extent we are permitted to do so under the Privacy Act.
You have the opportunity to unsubscribe or opt out of electronic communications from us by emailing the – firstname.lastname@example.org
Right to access and request correction
You have the right under New Zealand privacy law to:
You may request your access to your personal information that we hold and/or a correction to that personal information by contacting us using the contact details in this policy. Where you make any such request, the Privacy Act will apply. Without limitation:
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If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can set your browser so that your computer does not accept them although you may experience a loss of functionality as a result. We may also log IP addresses (the electronic addresses of computers connected to the internet) to analyse trends, administer the website, track user movements, and gather broad demographic information.
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