Privacy Policy

1. This Privacy Policy together with the Terms and Conditions regulate the use of the Do Gooder website located at http://www.good.do, and Do Gooder member websites located at [member or campaign name].good.do (collectively referred to as "the website") and the Do Gooder software ("the software"). The Privacy Policy together with the Terms and Conditions apply to all users, (including their agents and assigns) of the website and software, including Do Gooder members.

2. In order to become Do Gooder member you must read this Privacy Policy and agree to be bound by it. You must also read and agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.

3. This Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions may be varied from time to time. Such variations will be posted on the website. Each time that you use the software or website you accept and agree to be bound by the Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions as posted on the website at that time, including variations.

4. If you are a Do Gooder member and you do not agree to be bound by all variations in their entirety you must notify Do Gooder immediately and terminate your membership. If you do not notify Do Gooder immediately and terminate your membership, Do Gooder will consider that you have accepted the varied Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions.

5. Variations to the Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions can only be made by Do Gooder and in writing.

6. Persons under the age of 18 years are not permitted to become Do Gooder members without the consent of a parent or guardian. The website and software may only be used by persons under the age of 18 years with the supervision of a parent or guardian. We ask that unsupervised persons under the age of 18 years do not provide personal information to us.

7. The website and software is provided by Do Gooder ("Do Gooder Pty Ltd") to be used to provide a platform for online campaigns and communications with third parties. As such the website and software are primarily designed to help you share information with the world. Most of the information that you provide Do Gooder in connection with the use of the website and software is information you are asking us to make public. Information you post on the website in connection with a campaign will be made public.

8. Do Gooder members are required to agree to this Privacy Policy in connection with the use of personal information received from users or other members. Do Gooder may terminate the membership of any member who fails to comply with this Privacy Policy.

9. Do Gooder is not responsible for the use, by members, of information provided to members by users or other members.

10. When you apply for membership you will be required to provide us with some personal information, such as your Do Gooder site address, password, country and email address. Your Do Gooder site address will be listed publicly.

11. Members may require users to provide some personal information in connection with a campaign. Members must not without the express consent of the user make such personal information public.

12. If you are a Do Gooder member we may choose to collect some additional necessary information, for example billing address, credit card number and credit card expiration date and bank account details.

13. Do Gooder, may use your personal information to contact you and to deliver information to you, such as administrative notices, offerings and other communications in connection with your use of the website and software. You authorise us to use your personal information to make these communications.

14. Members may use the personal information you provide to them to contact you and to deliver information to you, such as administrative notices, offerings and other communications in connection with your use of the website and software. You authorise them to use your personal information to make these communications.

15. We use data collection devices such as "cookies" on certain pages of our website. Cookies are used in order to improve our services, for the further development of the website and software and to improve the user experience. A cookie is a small data file that is transferred to your hard drive.

16. We collect information about how users are using the website and software. We also collect the aggregate data of supporters of a member's campaign. We do not generally access the data that the supporters of a members campaign create within the system. However, we may from time to time look at the data created by our members in their campaigns for quality and assurance purposes, or to determine whether there has been a breach of the Privacy Policy or the Terms and Conditions.

17. Members may collect information about how users are using their campaign website. Any such information collected and disclosed must not contain any information which could be used to identify a user, unless the user consents to such use.

18. Any aggregate data we collect and disclose will not contain any information which could be used to identify you.

19. Any aggregate data collected by members in connection with their campaign website and disclosed must not contain any information which could be used to identify you.

20. If you leave messages on the website for Do Gooder, or other users or members, we will store that information.

21. If you leave messages on a members campaign website for a member, or other users or members, the member may store that information.

22. If you communicate with Do Gooder we may keep the information communicated to us.

23. If you communicate with a member, the member may keep the information communicated to us.

24. If you use the email facility on a campaign website the member may access and store the email and information contained therein. The member must not make public the email or information contained therein without your consent.

25. Do Gooder uses services hosted by third parties to help facilitate your activity on the Do Gooder website. These services may collect information sent by your browser. If you use a third party service on the website that third party may provide personal information about you and your transactions back to Do Gooder.

26. Do Gooder may engage certain third parties to perform functions and services in connection with the website or software. Only to the extent necessary to perform the functions, services, Do Gooder may share your personal information with those third parties.

27. Members may engage certain third parties to perform functions and services in connection with their campaign website. Only to the extent necessary to perform the functions, services, the member may share your personal information with those third parties.

28. Do Gooder, members or users may share or disclose your information with your consent.

29. Do Gooder does not store your payment information (eg. credit card or debit card information) on Do Gooder servers or databases. Payment Information is transmitted securely using encryption technology and processed through a secure third party payment gateway.

30. Do Gooder, or a member may disclose personal information, as permitted under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and to the extent that it is reasonably necessary to:

(a) comply with legal requests, laws or regulations;
(b) to prevent fraud;
(c) to resolve disputes between Do Gooder and you;
(d) to resolve disputes between a member and you.
(e) in connection with any claim for loss or damages against Do Gooder .

31. Do Gooder may transfer your private information to any organisation, entity or person if the Do Gooder business is sold. It will be a term of any sale of the Do Gooder business that the terms of the Privacy Policy will apply to your information as transferred to the new entity.

32. A member may transfer your private information to any organisation, entity or person if the member’s business is sold. It must be a term of any sale of the member’s business that the terms of the Privacy Policy will apply to your information as transferred to the new entity.

33. Your Personal Information is stored on servers currently located in the United States and subject to the laws applicable in that jurisdiction.

34. Do Gooder uses safeguards in accordance with industry standards to protect the confidentiality of your personal information. However Do Gooder cannot guarantee the security of personal information.

35. Members must use safeguards in accordance with industry standards to protect the confidentiality of your personal information.