The AES Melbourne Section (Inc) does not geographically restrict website availability.
This document addresses the requirement for information stewardship on all Internet usage, with a particular regard to Governmental requirements pertaining to them, for example the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Who we are
http://aesmelbourne.org.au is the website of the Melbourne Section of the Audio Engineering Society – “AES Melbourne Section Inc” (“the Section”) an Incorporated not for profit Association under Victorian law. The website is operated by the Secretary under the direction of the Section Committee.
The AES Melbourne Section (Inc) respects the policies and guidelines of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) New York.
For further information please email email@example.com in the first instance with your appropriate contact details.
The Section does not allow upload of information nor comments on any posts to this website, so no personal data is collected by this method. All contact with The Section is by the website contact form, postal services, or email. Contact should not include divulgence of private personal information other than that necessary for communication, and should indicate any restrictions on use.
Any enquiry to the Section is registered and retained indefinitely and may be tabled and minuted at a Section Committee meeting, but is only used for the purposes of responding to that enquiry.
Cookies and on-feeds
Articles on the AES Melbourne site (The Website) may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.) referenced to an external source. Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.
The Section supports “Follow us on Facebook/Twitter/RSS” feeds restricted to content information on the Section Website prime source.
The Section website uses the WordPress content management system and is hosted by a third party hosting provider, Webcity.
WordPress had advised that they do not collect any analytics data.
All usage information is by anonymous tally.