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We're committed to protecting your privacy. We understand that you and other users of this website are concerned about privacy and the security of any information you provide to us.

We ensure that personal information is responsibly collected and managed in accordance with 11 Information Privacy Principles of the Information Privacy Act 2009.

Use of cookies and other information collection technologies

We monitor this site so we can make it useful. This website does collect some information about users of the site, and we may also ask you for information in order to provide a service to you. Details of what we collect and how it is used are contained in this statement.

Email and feedback information

Email messages may be monitored by our web team for trouble shooting and maintenance. We won't disclose these details to third parties without your consent, except if required by law.

Privacy enquiries

If you have any questions about our privacy and information security practices, you can contact us here.

Cookies and site usage

Use of cookies and other information collection technologies

Internet cookies are small strings of text placed on users' hard drives during the data exchange that happens when a browser points to a website. Cookies allow a website to store information on a user's machine and retrieve it later. Cookies and other information collection technologies can only store information that is explicitly provided by the user or visitor in the first place, or information the website already knows about the user, such as their IP address.

VRMath2  website uses cookies for:

  • identifying unique visitors to the site for statistical purposes (that is, you will be allocated a visitor number which will be held in a cookie on your computer or device for a fixed period, such as 30 days. This cookie will also hold your IP address).
  • proving your identity when you attempt to access authenticated only part of the site (generally available to registered users). You will be asked to provide your access username and password to prove your identity. This information is sent across the Internet securely using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL). A cookie may then be created in your computer or device's memory until you shut down your browser, though sometimes it may be stored on your computer or device. This cookie contains the following information that is available even if you have disabled cookies:
    • internal unique ID generated by VRMath2 website
    • your full name and email alias, which may be used for personalising the site as well as for emails sent from the site to you

VRMath2 uses Google Analytics to gather statistics about how its website is accessed. Google Analytics uses cookies to gather information for the purpose of providing statistical reporting. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers located outside of Australia. No personally identifying information is recorded or provided to Google. If you are logged in to the VRMath2 website, information about your user account is not linked to data recorded by Google Analytics and is not provided to Google.

Most browsers can be set to accept or reject cookies. You can choose to adjust your browser to reject cookies or to notify you when they are being used. Sometimes, rejecting cookies results in a loss of some website functionality. For instance, you may be unable to access a secure site, such as VRMath2 or VRMath2 Editor. Alternatively, rejecting cookies may mean that you may have to establish your identity a number of times across the VRMath2 site during a visit because the server cannot recheck your identity each time you request access to a restricted area. The information required to enable rechecking of your identity (eg your password) is encrypted for security prior to being added to the cookie.

Site usage

When you visit VRMath2 website, we make a record of your visit and log the following information, which is used for statistical purposes:

  • the IP address of the computer you are using or an IP that is dynamically allocated by your internet service provider
  • the date and time of your visit
  • the pages accessed and documents downloaded
  • the file size of the pages downloaded
  • the type of browser used and screen resolution
  • the referring page (ie last page visited before entering the QUT site).

Please contact us if any further iquiries.