The ACT Integrity Commission values your privacy and is committed to the handling of personal information in accordance with the Territory’s Information Privacy Act 2014. This Privacy Statement only applies to the website, webpage and electronic addresses operated, maintained or administered by the ACT Integrity Commission.
When you visit our site, the following information will be logged:
- Your Internet Protocol (IP) address*. The IP Address is a unique numerical identifier used by computers and other devices to identify and communicate with each other over a network.
- Top level domain name (eg: .com, .net, .gov, .au etc)
- The type of browser and operating system you used
- Date and time of your visit
- The previous site visited
- Which pages are accessed
- The time spent on individual pages and the site overall
- Which files were downloaded
- What keywords you used to search the site
Use of personal information
Personal information is defined as information about an individual whose identity is apparent or reasonably identifiable. No personal information is collected automatically through this website. We collect no personal information about you unless you voluntarily choose to participate in an activity that asks for information, such as:
- Submitting a corruption complaint or enquiry;
- Participating in a survey;
- Opting in to communication or subscription services.
Disclosure of personal information
The ACT Integrity Commission will not use or disclose any personal information that it collects through its website unless the use of the disclosure is:
- For the purpose of which the information was collected;
- For the purpose of exercising its functions to an information sharing entity;
- Required or authorised by law.
If you are making an anonymous complaint, your name and contacts details will not be available to anyone, including the ACT Integrity Commission. However, please note, if you choose to make a complaint anonymously, any investigation by the Commission or other agency may be limited as we will not be able to contact you to obtain more information, or discuss the matter with you.