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Privacy Policy

We appreciate that the communication of personal information is a sensitive issue and further recognizes the need to protect the personal privacy of individuals who become associated with us through the provision of such. This document details our measures to guarantee respect for your privacy.

Links to third party sites

From time to time, we may place links to third party websites. This type of link will generally instigate the opening of a new browser window. We provide these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement, nor can we be held responsible in any way for the content found on any third party website. Please review the Terms of Use and Privacy Policies of any third party websites.

About our website

This site is owned and operated by Print Monster All contents of www.printmonster.net.au is copyrighted and all rights are reserved.

For general questions and information regarding this site, please contact the Website Administrator.

Providing Personal Information via the Website

Most of the information available on the website does not require you to identify yourself. You may access it anonymously. Nevertheless, Print Monster does receive personal information about you when you choose to provide it. We collect only as much personal information as is necessary to assist you in conducting business with us. The only personally identifying information arising from your use of the Website is what you voluntarily supply. Certain areas of the Website are restricted access areas. These areas are hosted on SSL pages to ensure privacy. You will know you are on a secure page by the HTTPS:// designation in your browser address box. Our website takes every precaution to protect the transmission of personal information and other sensitive or proprietary information on the website.

Use of ?Cookies”

We may at any time employ the use of cookies on our websites. Cookie technology reports general ? not individual ? information on visitor use patterns. This is a computer code that tracks ?traffic? so we can determine how effective the website is in meeting informational or service needs. A cookie contains no personal identifying information and our website acquires no knowledge of an internet visitor?s browsing path once they have exited our website. Apart from providing a performance measure, the data collected by the cookie is otherwise meaningless.