We collect personal information about your use of 1000minds software and our website in order to provide 1000minds services and to interact with and respond to you. If you contact us, we may keep a record of that correspondence.
In addition, for the purpose of analyzing user trends and internet traffic (see the section about cookies and measuring website traffic below), we may collect details of your visit to our website, information about your computer, Internet Protocol address, operating system and browser, etc.
In the case of services provided to you on an organizational basis, we may report the information you provide us to the organization’s administrators – for their own legitimate purposes and also for our own.
We reserve the right to collect any other information at our discretion, and to notify you of news and other important information via email for as long as you have an account with 1000minds.
Data storage, confidentiality and security
We store your personal information on servers located at approved locations under contract to 1000minds. Data will be stored indefinitely and used for the purposes described in this policy.
We strive to keep your personal information secure; however, as it’s impossible for any exchange of data or system to be completely secure, your use of 1000minds is at your own risk.
Please read our data and systems security notice.
Cookies, log files and measuring website traffic
We use Google Analytics and related tools to analyze how the 1000minds website is used. Basic information is transmitted to Google and used to evaluate and to produce statistics about website activity. We will not use (nor allow third parties to use) such tools to track or collect any personally identifiable information of visitors to our website.
Your activity on the web site is recorded in log files in order to help us understand how our software is being used, to enable you to see the history of your models, and to assist us with trouble-shooting problems.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The EC issued a formal decision recognizing New Zealand’s legal standards as being sufficient for Article 25(2) of European Union (EU) Directive 95/46/EC: that is that New Zealand’s law provides an “adequate level of data protection”. The shorthand often used is that New Zealand has “EU adequacy” or is “an adequate third country”. While 1000minds’ compliance with New Zealand’s privacy legislation is therefore sufficient, it is expected that New Zealand’s privacy legislation will continue to be developed and align more and more closely with the GDPR. 1000minds is continuing to improve its alignment with the principles of both New Zealand legislation and the GDPR.
Changes to this policy