- Collects personal information from or about you for the purpose of providing information about its products and services via email;
- Only collects such information as is reasonably necessary to enable CrossingtheLinesport.com to provide its products and services.
- Will not disclose your personal information without your consent to anyone, except where:
1. it is required by law to do so; or
2. disclosure is reasonably necessary to minimize a serious and imminent threat to your health or safety or that of another person; or
3. you have consented to the disclosure.
- Will implement appropriate procedures and systems to protect personal information from loss or misuse or unauthorised access, modification or disclosure in accordance with the National Privacy Principles;
- Will take reasonable steps to ensure that personal information held is relevant, not excessive, accurate, complete and up to date; and retain personal information for no longer than is necessary and then dispose of it lawfully and securely.
Information collected and stored comprises your name, email address and country, if requested, which you provided through the opt-in newsletter form at the top of the Homepage on the CrossingtheLineSport.com website or on the pop up opt-in newsletter form on the website, or by registering for a webinar or annual summit.
This information is stored in third-party software so that CrossingtheLineSport.com can send you newsletters and other relevant updates, as requested. This third-party software uses a tracking pixel to see if you have opened the email or clicked on a link. This information is collected to ensure our emails are as useful and valuable as possible. No other activity is tracked. This information is not used to personalise emails. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time by clicking ‘unsubscribe’ on the newsletter. If you unsubscribe, your data is automatically deleted from the third-party software and you will no longer be subscribed to the newsletter.
CrossingtheLineSport.com uses Google Analytics so that we can analyse the areas of the website most visited and refine our content so that it as useful and valuable as possible. All steps have been taken to ensure that the Google Analytics account is GDPR compliant, including anonymising IP addresses before storage and processing.