Website visit information
The website makes a record of the user’s visits and logs anonymous information for statistical purposes, such as the IP address of the user’s computer, the top-level domain name of the user (such as .com or .au), the data and time of the user’s visit, what pages on the site were accessed, what search terms were used, etc. This information is only collected for statistical and debugging purposes; that is, the information is only used in order to make the web site function better.
No attempt will be made to identify the user except in the very unlikely event that an investigation is necessary, where a law enforcement agency alone would have the power to inspect the records of the Internet Service Provider to obtain this information.
‘Cookies’ are small pieces of text data that a web server can store on, and later retrieve from, a user’s computer. They do not personally identify you, but do identify your browser. Cookies can be either ‘persistent’ or ‘session’ based. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer, contain an expiration date, and may be used to track your browsing behaviour upon return to the issuing web site. Session cookies are short-lived, are used only during a browsing session, and expire when you shut down your browser.
The Tritusa website uses persistent cookies. They record your preferences in relation to your use of the site and provide us with other information about your enquiry that allows us to recognise your browser if you return to the Tritusa website in the future. This enables Tritusa to present information that may be most relevant to you based on your previous visits. They also assist Tritusa to understand what parts of the site users find the most useful and improve the effectiveness of the website.
The cookies on the Tritusa site do not read the information on your hard drive. They do not make your computer perform any actions or make your computer send information to any other computer via the internet. Tritusa makes no attempt to associate cookies with users’ names or identities. Our server cannot find out your name or email address, or anything about your computer, by using cookies.
Managing cookies on your computer
Most browsers are set by default to accept cookies, however you can configure your computer to determine how you would prefer to interact with cookies across the internet. You may wish to set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether or not to allow each cookie on to your hard drive, or to block cookies altogether. However, if you decide not to accept cookies set by this website, some of the Tritusa web pages may not display properly or you may not be permitted to access Tritusa information.
You may also set your browser so that the cookies set by this website are destroyed when your browser shuts down and no personal information is maintained which might identify you should you visit our website at a later date. In this way, the persistent cookies set by this website will effectively function as session cookies.
There are risks associated with the transmission of information over the internet and you should therefore make your own assessment of the risks in the provision of your information to the Tritusa internet site.
Tritusa also monitors developments in security and encryption technologies and reviews and updates its processes and procedures in line with industry standards.
To access further information, in certain sections of the site, visitors are required to provide their personal details (including, but not limited to name, phone number, company and email address). Personal details will only be used to provide the content requested. Personal details will not be re-sold to any other company. Where an email address is provided, the use of the email address will be in accordance with the Spam Act.