The Welcome to Country team respects your right to privacy. None of the information that we attain will be passed on to other entities. The only time we would hand over information such as emails in our data base is when we are required by law to do so.

Our commitment to your protection: It is our policy not to collect or share personal data that is received by anyone making contact with or visiting this website. The only time we would do this is if we are legally required to do so by law. Please note that our website does contain third party advertising. These third party advertisers do collect non-identifiable data in the form of cookies with a goal of displaying ads that are most likely to match your interests. Our primary third party advertiser is Google and they use what is known as the DART cookie to analyse your online behavior in order to serve you with advertising that relates to you. If you are concerned about the use of this technology it may be possible to opt out from this cookie being used on your device. Welcome to Country will from time to time look at the accumulated non-identifiable analytics data to better understand what content performs best on our site in order to make sure we are producing relevant content to our visitors.

As Welcome to Country aims to be a digital hub that connects Indigenous groups, organisations and businesses it is essential for us to create links on our site to other websites. Please remember that every website you visit will have their own policies in regards to privacy. We will always strive to create links with credible and respectable sources.

Welcome to Country does collect emails of those who wish to subscribe to newsletters and updates from Welcome to Country. We guarantee that these lists will not be shared with any other third parties.

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