Copyright and Privacy Statement
must be read before using our website
CCL does not provide legal or other advice in relation to legal or any
other matters. If you wish to know the law, you should either go to the
relevant legislation or obtain advice from a qualified professional such
as a solicitor.
The information contained in this web site is general information only.
The information on this website is not up to date and may not completely
cover the subjects discussed. It may also contain errors and inaccuracies.
Since much of the information on this website is provided by third parties
inaccuracies arise and CCL takes no responsibility for users reliance
on this information.
All information on this website is subject to copyright law. Copyright
gives the owner exclusive right to copy and reproduce the materials. Unauthorised
reproduction of the materials will infringe the copyright. You are permitted
only to download, display, print or reproduce the materials in unaltered
form for personal, non-profit-making use, research or study. All such
uses must correctly reference the source. Requests for authorisation to
use the material for any other purpose should be directed to the Executive
Secretary, The Council for Civil Liberties Inc, 149 St Johns Road GLEBE
This web site does contain material of third parties who are the owners
of copyright. Copying this material will infringe the rights of others.
CCL recommends that you obtain the appropriate approvals from the copyright
owner prior to copying by contacting our office.
When you visit CCL makes a record of your visit and logs the following
information for statistical purposes including the date and time of visit
to the site, the pages accessed and documents downloaded, the previous
site visited, and the type of browser used, your servers domain. This
is done automatically as part of the web servers services but you should
be aware of the procedure.
CCL inspects this information to assess the traffic through the server
as well as access levels to specific pages. There are automatic software
statistical analyses to establish priorities and allocate resources. No
attempt will be made to identify users or their browsing activities except
where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect our Internet
Service Provider's logs. It's primary purpose is to know how users access
CCL will only record your e-mail address if you send us a message or
complaint. It will only be used for the purpose for which you have provided
it. We will not use your e-mail address for any other purpose and will
not disclose it without your consent.
The links we have included do not and should not be taken
as implying an endorsement or approval of the content of
those web sites or the activities of the organisations and
businesses responsible for those web sites.