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Privacy

The Supreme Court of Victoria seeks to adhere to the State and national privacy regimes.

The Court will only collect personal information from you with your prior knowledge and consent. You can access the Court's website home page and browse its site without disclosing personal information. The Court will only use personal information provided by you for the purposes for which it was collected. The Court ensures that your personal information will not be disclosed to other State institutions and authorities except if required by law or other regulation.

The Court has implemented technology and security policies, rules and measures to protect the personal information that it has under its control from: unauthorised access, improper use, alteration, unlawful or accidental destruction and accidental loss. The Court will remove personal information from its system where it is no longer required (except where archiving is required).

Cookies

Cookies are data that is sent by a website and stored in a user's computer. The cookie is recognised by the website each time the user visits the website. A cookie can contain data such as the parts of a website a user has visited or the duration of the user's visit to the website. Generally, the Supreme Court website does not use cookies. Although, cookies are used by the Transactions component of the site and during survey periods so that surveys are not presented to the same user more than once. If any other part of the Supreme Court website uses cookies users will be advised. However, it is recommended that users set their browser to identify the presence of cookies and to give them the option of accepting or rejecting them.

Website statistics data collection

This court uses web analytics software to collect usage statistics for this website. This information is not used to identify you or match your identity with any of your personal information.

Please note:

This privacy policy does not extend beyond this website. When linking to other sites from this website, the Court recommends that you read the privacy statement of that site to familiarise yourself with its privacy principles.

 

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