Why do you ask for my name, phone number and e-mail address? When you send us an enquiry about pony parties, we need to know who to contact and how to contact them. For this reason, we need to have at least your first name, and either your phone number or your email address.
Why do you want to know the address of our party? When we are working out a quote for your pony party, we need to know if you're within a reasonable distance, or whether you live many hours drive away. We also need to come and visit you!!
What information do you collect from me? We only have the information you send to us in the enquiry form;
Any other information? Non-personally identifiable information will turn up in our server logs. We will be able to see that someone visited our web page using a certain screen resolution, certain operating system, and other information about your computer. This information is collected by the server as a normal part of it's operation. We can't trace this information back to you or connect it with you in any way.
How do you store my information? Your information is not stored on our website or internet servers. It is emailed straight to us and is stored as an email on a computer which has a firewall and anti-viral software installed. We don't keep a database of your information.
Do you share my information with other companies? No. We strongly disagree with selling or giving personal information to other companies.
Can I see and change the information you have about me or my child? Yes, if you phone, email or write to Janet, she'll gladly be able to provide you with a copy of any information we have about you.
Where can I learn more about my right to privacy? You can browse the websites of the Victorian Privacy Commissioner http://www.privacy.vic.gov.au or The Australian Privacy Foundation http://www.privacy.org.au/
Who can I talk to if I have a question about my privacy? If the question is specifically to do with Pony Parties, you should email firstname.lastname@example.org, or if it is about your privacy in general, you should email the Office for the Victorian Privacy Commission email@example.com or ring them on 1300 666 444.