Privacy Policy

Australian Catholic University is committed to ensuring the privacy of all information it collects. Information supplied to AEJT will only be used for the administrative purposes of this journal.

Australian Catholic University is a registered company and therefore, like other companies operating in Australia, it is bound by the National Privacy Principles as set out in the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000. In keeping with this legislation, this Privacy Statement sets out the University’s practice in the collection, use and disclosure of personal information.

Information collected

The e-journal collects personal information concerning contributors, reviewers and readership. This information is only collected where necessary for expediting the peer-reviews, submission of articles and reviews of books.  Additionally, the journal will collect some contact details of readers who choose to register for content alerts.

Use and disclosure of information collected

Personal information is only collected where it is necessary to carry out a particular function or administrative activity. Personal information will not be disclosed to third parties.

Security of information collected

The University is committed to maintaining a secure environment for all personal information collected, used or disclosed. The University will take all reasonable precautions to protect data from loss, misuse, unauthorised access or disclosure, alteration or destruction.