Personal Information that could identify you
Experiential Environments will not collect any personally-identifiable information about you (that is, your name, address, telephone number, or email address) unless you provide it to us voluntarily.
If you do not want your personally-identifiable information collected, please do not submit it to us. If you have already submitted this information and would like us to remove it from our records, please contact us via our web site using the details listed at the bottom of this Statement.
When you do provide us with personally-identifiable information, we may use that information in the following ways, unless stated otherwise: we may store and process that information to better understand your needs and how we can improve our service to you; we may use that information to contact you; we may pass that information to other parties if that is what you have asked Experiential Environments to do.
Experiential Environments creates aggregate reports on user demographics and traffic patterns for advertisers and partners. This allows our advertisers to advertise more effectively, and allows our users to receive advertisements that are pertinent to their needs. An advertiser will not know that a specific user clicked their ad.
Experiential Environments requires cookies to operate on your browser. A cookie is a small data file that is written to your hard drive. A cookie file may contain information, such as a user ID, which is used to keep track of pages you've visited. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information you supply yourself. A cookie does not read data off your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites.
- Track user site navigation patterns
- Deliver content specific to your interests
- Track search terms entered when searching for a particular production
Occasionally Experiential Environments conducts user surveys to better target our content to our audience. We sometimes share the aggregated demographic information in these surveys with our advertisers and partners.
Experiential Environments sends out newsletters to subscribers regularly, and occasionally sends out special editions when we think subscribers might be particularly interested in something we are doing. Experiential Environments does not share its newsletter mailing lists with any third parties, including advertisers or partners.
Should you wish to no longer receive newsletters, you may remove your email address from our distribution list.
Our subscriber registration forms require a subscriber to give us contact information including name, address and email address. At the discretion of each subscriber, financial information such as credit card information may also be required. Financial information that is collected is used to bill subscribers for the services we offer.
Occasionally, to facilitate a transaction or delivery, we may use the subscriber registration details to send suppliers requests and to provide a purchaser with supplier contact details. Additionally Experiential Environments may use the subscriber registration details to contact the subscriber when necessary.
We do not share information about individual users with any third party, unless otherwise necessary in order for a third party to fulfill your request.
Experiential Environments does not share mailing lists containing users, site supplier's or subscriber's details with any third party.
This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under Experiential Environments control. Only authorised individuals may access information on our databases.
Experiential Environments utilises the industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to pass secure information between our users and Experiential Environments.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a protocol designed to provide privacy between a web client and a web server. The protocol begins with a handshake phase that negotiates an encryption algorithm and keys and authenticates the server to the client. (There is an option under the protocol to also authenticate the client to the server). Once the handshake is complete and transmission of application data begins, all data is encrypted using the session keys negotiated during the handshake.
SSL has been submitted as a draft standard to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), as the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol. An SSL connection can only occur between an SSL enabled client and an SSL enabled server.
Experiential Environments may periodically supplement the information that you provide with information that is received from third parties. Experiential Environments will not share information that explicitly connects an individual user with any third party.
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If a user is experiencing problems or has any questions about our service please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contacting the Web Site
If you have any further questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with Experiential Environments, please do not hesitate to contact us at the address below.
17 Roylston Street
Paddington NSW 2021
+61 2 8217 1300
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