'Locus Focus Courses' (both free and commercial premium) are services offered by 'Workzerk Pty Ltd' a limited liability company registered in the state of Queensland, Australia - and all references to the words us, our or we refer to Workzerk Pty Ltd.
What Information Do We Collect?
When visiting one of our websites we may collect information provided directly to us through the use of forms, questionnaires and other input methods.
This information will be provided about both yourself and the company you represent, in most cases through either registering for Locus Focus membership or registering for our email list.
We may retain the content of any emails sent us, for example, emails sent to email@example.com
Website Usage Information
How Do We Use The Information Collected?
In general terms we user personal information for the purposes of administration, marketing and general customer service and for making products and services available to these customers. From time to time, we may use your personal information to notify you of special updates or offers that we believe may be of benefit to you for example through the use of emails or other methods of contact such as letters or SMS. You can notify us of your preference to not receive these offers by clicking the 'unsubscribe' link contained at the bottom of such emails, or by updating your 'My Account' profile after you have logged into our website, or where such a link or option does not exist - by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a specific request, which we will manually action as soon as practicable.
What Are Cookies?
Cookies are a tiny text-based document that includes anonymous identifier information. When you visit a website, that site's computer asks your computer for permission to store the file in a location on your hard drive or device that is specifically for cookies. Any website can send a cookie to this location if your browser permits but to protect your privacy, only websites that created that cookie can access that information. Or in other words, our site is unable to view other cookies created by other sites. In cases where we work with partners or affiliates and they maintain their own websites, they may use their own cookies which we have no control over.
How Do We Use This Cookie Information?
As you use our websites the site uses its cookies stored on your device to get better context and to separate you from other users. Cookies may also be in use to determine whether you have logged into the site already, or for other purposes such as to show or hide content specifically for you. An example of this would be if you have signed up for membership of your site where certain content will only be accessible if you are registered, or in other words, the content is 'behind a wall'. Cookies also allow us to tell what parts of the site are more popular on an aggregate basis in order to provide a better experience for all users. Importantly, Cookies do not allow us to gather any personal information about you and normally we do not store personal information provided to us in your cookies.
Sharing Your Personal Information With Third Parties
Information collected is used to improve the content of the site and the user experience and is never shared, rented or sold to other organisations for commercial purposes. It is important to understand though that your personal information could be shared under the following circumstances:
1. Where we use third parties and web services to provide administrative, billing or marketing services including but not limited to email marketing, payment processing or analytics. These third parties may have access to the personal information for use in connection with those business activities.
2. We may buy or sell assets including specific divisions or the whole of the company, and in the normal course of selling a business, customer, email and analytics data is normally one of the transferred assets after the settlement date. This may also occur during a business merger or dissolution.
We may also share information with third parties to investigate, prevent or take legal action regarding illegal activities such as fraud (or suspected fraud), threats or intimidation as to the physical safety of any person or in general any violation of our terms of service, or as required by law in the state of Queensland, Australia.
How Do We Secure Your Information?
Email is generally not recognised as a secure form of communication. Therefore, please do not send private or commercially sensitive information to us by email. Some information on our site on specific pages is transmitted securely via Secure Sockets Layer SSL, 128 Bit encryption or greater. Normally pages that utilise this technology will end with https instead of http.
What About Websites We Link To
We may have to disclose your personal information if required by law or court order or if we believe such information is necessary to conform to the law or comply with legal processes undertaken by us or other affiliated partners or to protect and defend our rights and property, our website and services, other users of the site and/or our affiliated partners or third party service providers.