Women in Seafood Australasia may ask users to provide information that personally identifies an individual in certain circumstances, including for example when submitting an enquiry or membership form. We use personal information for two primary purposes:
To enable quick and convenient contact with specific individuals who require follow-up services from us.
To create a record of personal information that can be utilised in the future within our marketing and customer service departments, should the need for contact again be necessary.
All requests for removal from such future contact are always honoured.
By not providing the personal information as requested, users will still be able to access the Women in Seafood Australasia website, but we will not be able to process certain requests that require further communication, such as orders, enquiries and such like.
Women in Seafood Australasia never provides any user’s personal information to any third-party for commercial or other purposes unless required to do so by law. This is a policy that is strictly enforced.
Women in Seafood Australasia reserve the right, in every case at its own discretion and for whatever reason, to amend content contained within this website, its corporate documentation and promotional material.
This website may provide links to a number of external websites; these are provided for your convenience. These websites are not controlled by Women in Seafood Australasia and neither Women in Seafood Australasia, its directors nor employees assume any responsibility or liability for any material contained within such websites.
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