Personal information provided by you to the Cracks in the Ice website will be used by the University for the primary purpose for which you provided it and for other secondary purposes directly related to that primary purpose. The University is not responsible for the privacy practices of web sites external to this site.
The information that is automatically collected during each visit to the Cracks in the Ice website is aggregated by the University with similar logged information. This aggregated information may be published by the University in internal reports to identify patterns of website usage and to improve and maintain the service of the Cracks in the Ice website and any services offered. Aggregated information does not identify individual users and does not include personal information. Further, “Ice breaker” quiz data will be used for research purposes only.
The University will not otherwise disclose your personal information without your consent unless otherwise authorised by law. The University may disclose personal information to a third party if the disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to the life or health of you or another person.
Personal information collected through the Cracks in the Ice website which is no longer required, and which need not be retained by law, will be destroyed.