There are a number of circumstances in which We may store and process information in order to make the Embark Wiki available to You.
Many of the interactions You have with the Embark Wiki require us to collect Your personal information. We may collect that information online, by email, post, facsimile, face-to-face or over the telephone. In most cases the personal information We collect is limited to that information necessary to make the functionality of the Embark Wiki available to You, such as information You provide as part of creating a profile on the Embark Wiki, commenting on an article or subscribing to information feeds. Such information typically includes Your full name, address, phone number, fax number and email address.
We may collect information about You from third parties, such as unified login details and social media information.
Some functions in the Embark Wiki require that You have a profile. That profile records personal information. As part of the directory service included in the Embark Wiki, We may disclose Your profile information (which includes personal information) to other users and the general public.
We may use Your information to measure Your experience in the Embark Wiki, research potential changes to the Embark Wiki and to inform You of information or services that We believe will interest You. If You do not wish to receive email notices or other communications from Us, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and request to opt-out.
We may use information We collect in an aggregate manner and share that aggregated information with third parties.
We may use Your IP address to contact Your Internet Service Provider to let You know of any issues where We believe this is reasonably necessary to protect against denial of service, fraud, spam or any illegal acts. We may also disclose Your personal information as part of security auditing or investigating potential issues of misuse or abuse of the Embark Wiki. Further, We may pass Your information to law enforcement authorities to assist with their investigations in relation to illegal conduct.
The Embark Wiki is made available through the collaboration of a number of different people, some of which work at Embark and other who do not. Your personal information may be disclosed to third parties outside of Embark for the purposes of providing the functionality to You, such as Moderators and other Contributors.
In addition to those third parties that work with Embark directly on the Embark Wiki, We may also make Your personal information available to other third parties for the purposes of providing and maintain the Embark Wiki infrastructure (such as third parties that provide hosting and back-up services). Our relationships with such third party service providers is governed by Our agreements with them and, where practicable, We request those third parties to hold Your personal information strictly confidential.
Third parties may be located in Australia or overseas at the time they access and store Your personal information.
You may access and update the personal information We collect at any time by contacting us at email@example.com
It is important to Us that Your personal information be kept secure. However, the transfer of information across any media may involve a certain degree of risk, and the Internet is no different. Our computer systems use a range of security technologies.
You can also use simple precautions to help protect Your security, such as protecting against the unauthorised use of Your username or password or other authentication id.