Privacy Policy


We respect your privacy! This policy is designed to ensure your personal information is protected.

Any and all personal information collected at this Web site will be kept strictly private and confidential. We collect only customer information that is needed, and we tell customers how we use it. We use technological, legal and training means to provide the highest level of security and privacy for the personal information of our customers. A more detailed explanation about how we safeguard your personal information is outlined below. If you have questions don’t hesitate to email us.

Privacy of Email Addresses

Universal Magazines Pty Ltd and its subsidiaries (collectively “Universal Magazines”) provide users the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications from us at the point where we request information about the user. Universal Magazines requires users to affirmatively ask to join its mailing lists. Our list of subscribers is available to only authorised personnel.

Resale or Disclosure

We will not sell, rent or disclose to other organizations personal information collected at this Web site, including subscription forms and email addresses. We are working with our business partners to seek compliance by them with this Privacy Policy.

Collected Browser Information

Universal Magazines analyses Web site logs to constantly improve its service. The logs are not personally identifiable. They record the pages visited and the time apparently spent browsing them. We use the log information to measure the number of users to different sections of our sites and this helps us make our sites more useful to our customers. They are a necessary part of visiting any Web site. We make no attempt to link them with individuals who browse our Web sites. Our sites contain links to sites owned by others, so please note that we may have no control over their privacy practices.

Cookies

Cookies are pieces of information that a Web site transfers to your computer’s hard disk for record-keeping purposes. Cookies can make the Web more useful by storing information about your preferences on a particular site. The use of cookies is an industry standard and many major Web sites use them to provide useful features for their customers. Cookies in and of themselves do not personally identify users, although they do identify a user’s computer. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. If you’d prefer you can set yours to refuse cookies. However, you may not be able to take full advantage of a Web site if you do so.

Subscriber Communication

As a publisher of print and electronic magazines, Web sites and other media Universal Magazines receives email and other communication from subscribers and others every day. We will reproduce communication in the relevant publication where it is clear to us that the sender intended publication. For example, this will apply to letters and emails to the editor.