Copyright/Privacy statement/Disclaimer

Copyright

Images in this exhibition within copyright were reproduced with the express permission of the copyright owners.

Requests for details of copyright conditions and permission to reproduce should be addressed to the source indicated adjacent to each image.

This work is copyright. You may download, display, print and reproduce this material in unaltered form only (retaining this notice) for your personal, non-commercial use or use within your organisation. All other rights are reserved. Requests and inquiries concerning reproduction and rights should be addressed to Senate Research Section, Parliament House, Canberra ACT 2600 or research.sen@aph.gov.au.

© Commonwealth of Australia [2015]

The Commonwealth claims copyright on all material written by its employees in the course of their employment whether published or unpublished. Responsibility for copyright administration is divided as follows:

  1. the responsible author body administers copyright for print material that is not published;
  2. Commonwealth Copyright Administration administers copyright for print material that is published;
  3. requests to reproduce copyrights administered by the High Court of Australia should be directed to the Registrar, High Court of Australia.

The Commonwealth of Australia asserts its copyright in all publications and all published material produced by Commonwealth author organisations. Government and Parliamentary departments and many agencies, unless specifically provided for under any establishing/enabling legislation, cannot own copyright.

Australia is a signatory to two international copyright conventions, the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, and the Universal Copyright Convention. The Berne Convention provides that a work, created by an author in a country which is party to the convention is accorded the same protection in member countries. There is no requirement for authors to complete any formalities to receive such protection.

If rights are to be pursued in member states under the Universal Copyright Convention, all copies of a work published with the authority of the copyright owner are required to include the symbol - accompanied by the name of the copyright owner and year of publication. It should be in a manner and location that enables reasonable notice of the claim of copyright. The Commonwealth of Australia conforms to this requirement.

Privacy statement

Scope

This statement applies to all users who access the Acting Wisely exhibition web site.

General

The Acting Wisely web site makes some use of data that only indirectly identifies users. We take great care with practices that affect personal privacy. As a general rule, we do not collect or record data that directly identifies users.

Data Collection

Data that indirectly identifies users is gathered during interactions with the Acting Wisely web site in the following circumstances

Forms

If you use forms on the site to provide information, register interest, or purchase publications, the information you provide is not retained on the public web server and will not be used for purposes other than that for which it was provided.

We will only record your email address if you send us a message. It will only be used for the purpose for which it was provided and will not be added to a mailing list unless that is the purpose of the message. We will not use your email address for any other purpose, and will not disclose it without your consent.

Data Storage, Retention, Use and Disclosure

The data referred to above is generated by the systems you are accessing, and stored in system logs. These logs are preserved and archived for possible future use.

The data is used by Acting Wisely web site software, and by our support staff, only for

The data collected will not be disclosed to a third party except where it is legally required, such as in the investigation of a criminal offence, and in compliance with a search warrant or subpoena.

Cookies

A cookie is a very small text file placed onto your computer when you visit a Web site. A cookie can be 'persistent' (meaning that it is written to a permanent file on your hard disk) or 'session-only' (in which case the cookie is deleted at the end of your browsing session).

Cookies are not generally used on the Parliament's site. The exception to this is the search facility, which has been built to use only temporary 'session ID' cookies. One cookie is created at the beginning of the user's search session and discarded at its conclusion. The cookie is not used to collect or store any information about the user, only to allocate a temporary identifier to the search session.

Without such a session ID, the user would lose the entire search context each time a new web page is visited during a search session e.g. by viewing a document retrieved by a search. If cookies are disabled, the search program could not provide more than a very basic functionality - far less than is expected by our users.

Our live broadcasts do not use cookies.

Links to other sites

This site contains links to other sites. Parliament is not responsible for the privacy practice or the content of such web sites.

Accountability

Parliamentary staff comply with information privacy principles.

Disclaimer

Parliament makes every attempt to ensure that any material contained herein is accurate and complete but recommends that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to its use.

The material on this site may include views or recommendations of third parties, which do not necessarily reflect the views of the Commonwealth government, or indicate its commitment to particular course of action.

The listing of a person or organisation in any part of this web site in no way implies any form of endorsement by the Commonwealth of the products or services provided by that person or organisation.

Links to other web sites are inserted for convenience and do not constitute endorsement of material at those sites, or any associated organisation, product or service.

Contact

For further information, contact the Senate Research Section.