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Privacy Policy

Last updated May 8, 2014

The MP Report remains committed to provide its online users with services and information in an efficient and secure manner. This privacy policy explains and details what personal information is collected on thempreport.com.au from users of The MP Report's various online products and services, how the data is used and what measures MP Report takes to safeguard its users' privacy.

MP Report is committed to protecting the privacy of customer information

To report a suspected information security problem or incident, please contact our support staff via email at info@thempreport.com.au or call us at +61 282268529.

What personal information is collected on thempreport.com.au?

thempreport.com.au does not require general registration for users of The MP Report site. The MP Report only collects information as needed. This is to provide user with specific services such as requested targeted news feeds, submitting releases, requested marketing information, and requested hosted e-mail news alerts. Depending on the service you register for, The MP Report may collect some or all of the following information: name, title, company name, e-mail address, street address, telephone and facsimile numbers, employer company profile, client profile, beat (for media users) and categories of interest and approximate annual income.

How does MP Report use the information collected on thempreport.com.au?

All data and information collected from its individual users are used for internal business purposes. these may include contacting registered members regarding orders, customizing services, and responding to requests for information. Occasionally, The MP Report, its members or affiliates may also use the information to notify users of news, marketing information, or service upgrades that may be relevant to you.

In addition, The MP Report tracks anonymous user data to provide information and reports regarding website and news release activity to members, advertisers, affiliates, and for other lawful purposes.

Does the MP Report provide personal information collected on thempreport.com.au to third parties?

The MP Report does not sell, trade or rent personal data and information that were collected online. MP Report will also not knowingly disclose any individual personal data to third parties except as follows:

  1. to provide user with requested services, The MP Report may provide contact or other necessary data to affiliated companies to complete your service request.
  2. if you register to have news releases or other information for a particular The MP Report member's company in an MP Report-hosted online newsroom electronically delivered to you the member company may be informed that you have used one of these services and provided with your e-mail address, mobile number or other contact information to follow-up and provide you with additional information;
  3. when disclosure is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to or interference with the rights (including property rights) or safety of other users or third parties or of MP Report; and
  4. when The MP Report reasonably believes that disclosure is required by law or to comply with legal process served on The MP Report.

How can i change or update the information i provide on thempreport.com.au?

Where user profile information is collected and stored to provide you with requested services, The MP Report offers you the option to change or update your profile information at any given time. Depending on the service you wish to update, you may change your data by visiting the "my profile" section of thempreport.com.au. for alert notifications, you may click the "unsubscribe" button on email alerts.

Does thempreport.com.au use cookies or similar tools?

The MP Report only uses cookies to facilitate functions at The MP Report website. it does not record or store any information about your movements on the internet outside The MP Report websites.

In addition, thempreport.com.au uses web beacons, which are used to understand website traffic patterns and the number of visitors to the MP Report website or other sites containing news distributed by The MP Report and to collect aggregate data reported to clients in measurement reports to measure the effectiveness of their press releases.

Pease note that if you click on a link to a third-party website from thempreport.com.au, the linked-to site may have different terms and conditions with regard to cookies. The MP Report has no control over this and cannot be responsible for such policies or practices. User should always consult the privacy policy governing any site you visit for complete information about their policies and practices.

what security measures does MP Report take to safeguard the privacy of its online users?

Information you submit at thempreport.com.au upon registration for specific services is password-protected. This means that only parties who have access to the information besides The MP Report and its agents and affiliates are the member entity and its employees. In addition, individual employees of members can receive individual passwords when they log on to submit press releases online by submitting a second affiliate membership application under the existing member company name.

To protect the integrity of the password system, members should never disclose passwords and immediately change any passwords that may have been compromised.

The MP Report will never ask you for your password by e-mail. members and their employees are advised not to respond to unsolicited e-mail requests asking for password information even if such requests appear to be from MP Report.

No data transmission over the internet is 100% safe and secured. The MP Report is committed to protecting the personal information of its users, but The MP Report cannot guarantee or warrant the security of this information when it is sent to or through thempreport.com.au. transmission of such information is therefore at the risk of the user.

usernames and passwords

Users may register via thempreport.com.au. once usernames and passwords (the "login information") are issued to users (the "authorized users"), the authorized users accept full responsibility for the use of their login information. The authorized user may not, under any circumstances, release their login information to any other person for any reason, and is required to keep the login information strictly confidential. If any breach of security, theft or loss, or unauthorized disclosure of the login information occurs, the authorized user must immediately notify The MP Report of such security breach.

privacy policy updates

This policy will be updated from time to time as necessary address new or modified services and functions. The MP Report will provide you with notice of any change or update to this policy at the home page of thempreport.com.au.

payment

When you apply for The MP Report membership, boosted feature article content or advertising on The MP Report website or newsletter you agree to pay the stated price for that product or service. All prices are listed in Australian dollars (AUD) and include Australian GST. International orders which are GST exempt will have the tax adjusted accordingly at the checkout. your credit card payment will automatically be calculated and charged in Australian dollars.

Credit card payments can be made by Mastercard, American Express or Visa only. For your security The MP Report does not store credit card details after a transaction has been completed. All credit card payments are processed using eWay.com.au. eWay.com.au is a PCI DSS Compliant Payment Gateway. Click here for further information. After membership payment credit card details need to be loaded each time a “boost to feature article” transaction is made.

If another form of payment is required to be made please contact The MP Report media team here for direct deposit or international wire transfer details.

Advertising payments are required in full to confirm a campaign booking. Payments can be made via direct deposit or international wire transfer to the Australian branch of MP Group International PTY LTD. Click here to contact The MP Report media team to make a booking, an invoice with your booking details will be via email for your payment to confirm the booking.

memberships

If you purchase an The MP Report membership, your credit card will be charged immediately, and then again at the beginning of each membership period. the following terms apply for The MP Report memberships:

  1. if a free trial period is offered and you do not cancel during the free trial period, you will be billed at the end of the free trial period and at the beginning of each subsequent membership subscription period.
  2. you can cancel memberships at any time by contacting us via email.
  3. if you cancel a membership you will still have access to the feature you subscribed to through the end of the subscription period and no refund will be applicable. if a feature you subscribed to becomes unavailable during your membership you will not be billed at the beginning of the next period.

refunds

Once a purchase has been made refunds are not applicable. Depending on the circumstance a credit may be applied to the account. Contact The MP Report accounts team here for further information.