D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. ("we" or "us" or "D-Link") is committed to providing you with a positive, easy and secure online shopping experience.
D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. (AU) manages www.dlink.com.au
D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. (NZ) manages www.dlink.com.nz
Any information you enter during the submission of forms or an order on D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. can be collected and stored in our customer database. In order to better define the types of information that is collected, D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. has identified and grouped these into two categories:
a) Personal Information; and
b) General Non-Specific & Demographic Information.
Any non-personal information either entered by you or recorded as part of the transaction process is considered to be General Non-Specific & Demographic Information. This is information that does not contain personal information, rather is comprised of the type and quantities of products purchased, and any demographic information.
D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. also has the ability to track your navigation through this site by recording the Uniform Resource Locator (URL), as well as your computer's IP address, which is a unique address assigned to your PC by your Internet Service Provider or Information Systems Department on a TCP/IP network.
In order to provide you with the best online experience possible, we collect both personal and non-personal information to give us a better understanding of the demographic and geographic profile of our customers. The information we collect is reviewed closely to assist us in determining the most popular products of interest to our customers, and better structure our site(s) to suit your needs.
By tracking your IP through our site, we can better understand the types of products and information which is relevant to our customers and may from time to time, use this information to provide our customers with information or promotions which match their various geographic and demographic dynamics.
From time to time, we may send surveys to our customers via email or online at our website in order to solicit your feedback on improvements we should make to the site in order to improve your online experience. These surveys are completed on a voluntary basis and personal and general information are not required. Refusal to complete the survey or poll will not result in any penalisation of the customer(s) standings with our organisation. Should you not wish to receive notification of subsequent surveys or polls, you can click the link supplied at the bottom of every promotional e-mail we send you to request that you not receive such notifications in the future.
We may also run contests and/or sweepstakes at various times. By entering the sweepstakes you agree to disclose your personal information for our use in future marketing campaigns. Your consent for our use of your information is a condition of your participation and eligibility for any such contest or sweepstakes.
Should you contact us via the email contact links on our site, or via telephone or written correspondence, we may keep your comments on file for future use in our contact database.
The primary purpose of collecting personal and non-personal information on this site is for the purposes of informing you of ongoing marketing activities to keep you apprised of new products, special offers or contests we may run from time to time.
Your personal information will not be sold, traded or rented to another party and is for the express internal use of D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. and D-Link Australia Pty Ltd. only except as otherwise stated in this policy.
"Cookies" are files that are created by websites and stored on your computer's hard drive. Cookies can contain a variety of information, such as a simple count of how often you visit a website or information that allows us to customise our websites for your use. A D-Link cookie cannot be recognized or viewed by another website, thus ensuring privacy on the customers' or web visitors’ part. There is no way for a cookie to view or store any information from your hard drive, capture your email address, or pass on a computer virus.
How to enable and disable cookies using your browser
If you do disable our cookies you may find that certain sections of our website do not function properly.
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c. Mozilla Firefox
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Note there are various levels of cookie enablement and disablement in Opera. For more information on other cookie settings offered in Opera, refer to the following page from Opera Software:http://www.opera.com/browser/tutorials/security/privacy/
e. Safari on OSX
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