JFK Custom Homes: Committed to Protecting Your Privacy
1. Collecting Personal Information
Personal information refers to data or opinions about an individual, whether true or not, which can identify or be ascertained to identify the individual. We gather and retain various forms of personal information, dependent on the services or products involved. This information includes, but is not limited to:
This data pertains to individuals interacting with us, including customers, suppliers, contractors, and employees.
2. Collecting Personal Information
We typically collect personal information directly from individuals. This happens when you:
We may also collect information from other sources such as representatives, credit reporting agencies, publicly available information, and legal and medical entities.
3. Handling Sensitive Information
Sensitive information includes details about an individual’s racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religion, trade union membership, criminal record, and health information. We only collect such data when necessary for specific purposes, using it only for the intended purpose or a directly related one. We obtain sensitive information with consent whenever feasible.
4. Purposes of Collecting Personal Information
Our purpose for collecting personal information includes:
5. Disclosing Personal Information
We may disclose personal information to related entities, third parties, or as required by law. This may include:
While we generally do not send personal information overseas, certain circumstances may warrant its disclosure to overseas recipients.
With your consent, we may send marketing material through various channels including phone, mail, email, SMS, and MMS messages. You can opt-out of marketing communications by contacting us.
7. Data Security
We prioritize data security through strict standards and procedures to prevent unauthorized access, modification, loss, or disclosure. Personal information is stored securely and access is limited to authorized personnel.
8. Access and Correction
You can request access to your personal information and correct inaccuracies by contacting us. In some cases, we may charge a reasonable fee for this service.
If you have concerns, please contact our Privacy Officer. If you are unsatisfied with our response, you can lodge a complaint with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
For more information about privacy-related matters, contact our Privacy Officer:
For more details on Australian privacy law, visit www.oaic.gov.au.