The Australian Spiritual Alliance (ASA) treats personal information collected from you through its website and other channels with due respect to your privacy.
When you provide your personal information to the ASA, it will be used for the administrative or educational purposes of the ASA, in accordance with specific consent given by you, or as otherwise allowed under the Privacy Act 1988. The ASA will not make available to a third party any personal information supplied by you unless you have consented or the disclosure is otherwise permitted or required by law.
The ASA may distribute aggregated statistical information for statutory reporting purposes but only in a form that will not identify any person individually.
For more information on the collection, use and disclosure of personal information by the ASA and how you may access or correct your personal information or make a privacy complaint
As with most websites or other digital properties, when accessing the ASA's channels, log files are generated by the servers that show visitor details such as IP address, date, time and pages visited or documents downloaded. The ASA manages these logs according to its privacy and records management policies. Information in these logs may used to generate statistical reports about access to ASA sites.
The ASA uses digital cookies to deliver you a personalised experience on its websites. Cookies are text files saved on your computer’s hard drive and used to store small pieces of data.
Certain ASA websites may use SSL encryption to provide a more secure method of transferring personal information such as passwords or contact details.
The ASA ensures when sending out direct marketing communication that you are able to opt out of future communications. There are links provided in such communication enabling you to unsubscribe or to email the sender to request your details be removed. On social media channels, each platform provides guidelines on how to opt out of future communications, in accordance with their relevant privacy statements.
The ASA website may also employ Facebook Insights. This provides aggregated, non-personally identifiable information to page owners and platform developers. For more information about privacy on Facebook, refer to the Facebook privacy page.
The ASA may employ chat rooms or message boards that form a component of a ASA website or online learning system. Some systems may enable other users to share your posted information and you should exercise caution when disclosing personal information.
The ASA claims copyright ownership of all information stored on its websites, unless expressly stated otherwise.
Moral rights reside with the author, unless expressly stated otherwise. Contact the author in the first instance if you wish to copy, use or link to a particular page or article.
Copyright queries can be directed to the ASA.
The ASA strives to keep information stored on its website, social channels and other digital services up to date, but cannot guarantee the information provided is accurate, current or reliable. The information is provided 'as is' with no express or implied warranty. Any mistakes in the information that are brought to our attention will be corrected as soon as possible.
Users should consult directly with the authorised officer listed at the bottom of each page to confirm the accuracy, completeness and currency of information found on the website, particularly before taking any step in reliance upon such information.
The ASA reserves the right to make changes to any material on its digital channels at any time.
Web links from this site to external, non-ASA websites should not be construed as implying any commercial or other relationship with and/or endorsement of the external site or its content by The ASA, and you are advised to inform yourself as to the privacy statement of those external websites.