“3Dclickandprint” is manufacturing and design reference and license subscription service owned and operated by 3D Click and Print Pty Ltd (ACN 161 370 314) (“3D Click and Print”, “us”, “our” or “we”) that provides online additive manufacturing or 3D Printing Services and 3D design reference and licensing (Service).
- the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth, Australia);
- the Privacy Act 1993 (New Zealand);
- the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, SC 2000, c5 (federal, Canada);
- the Personal Information Protection Act (Alberta, Canada);
- the Personal Information Protection Act (British Columbia, Canada);
- all applicable United States federal and state privacy laws, including, but not limited to, the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA), Early Learning Personal Information Protection Act (ELPIPA);
- the General Data Protection Regulation (EU);
- the Data Protection Act 2018 (UK);
- any other applicable privacy legislation.
(The above collectively referred to as “Data Protection Laws”)
What Personal Information does 3D Click and Print Collect?
The types of personal information (being information that identifies a person) that 3D Click and Print collects depend on your dealings with us. We primarily collect and store information when you provide it to us voluntarily – this may be in the form of directly supplying the information to us when prompted to do so as part of using our Services, or indirectly by simply navigating to and browsing our Website. Generally speaking, personal information that we collect when you use our Services include:
- your contact details, including name, address, location, phone number, age, occupation, title, email address, usernames and other contact information;
- your billing information, including bank account and credit card details;
- a record of your IP address; and/or
- photo identification and drivers license details.
We may collect personal information from you when you:
- subscribe to our Services and establish an account with us;
- use our Services;
- apply for a designer license;
- undertake any monetary transactions with us in relation to our Services;
- join or participate in any features or functions available via our Services;
- browse our Website (including through technological tools including “Log Data” and “Cookies” which collect certain information, as explained below);
- provide feedback in relation to the Service;
- post any user content to the Site (user content includes comments, images, videos and audio-visual files) and/or
- provide it to us as part of your dealings with us.
In all other cases where information we collect cannot reasonably be used to identify you or allow a holder of such information to contact you directly, that information will not be personal information (Non-Identifying Information). A type of Non-Identifying Information that we may collect and store is statistical, analytical and other usage information and data derived from your use of our Services (usage data includes, for example, the date and time of your visit to the Website, the features or functions of our Services that you use, some ‘cookies’ sent to us via your Internet browser, aggregated quantitative information about active users and user activities and various other content uploaded to the Services such as messages, photos and videos etc.) – to the extent such information and data does not identify you, it is not personal information.
You acknowledge and agree that the collection identified is necessary for the performance of a contract to which you are a party.
Why 3D Click and Print Collects, Holds, Uses and Discloses Personal Information
We need to collect personal information (and Non-Identifying Information) so that we can provide our Services, and conduct our business, including but not limited to the following reasons:
- to provide you with our Services and provide any support to you;
- to allow us to complete any payment and billing transactions;
- to operate any features or functions of the Services;
- to respond to enquiries, feedback or complaints received from you;
- for research, analysis and profiling;
- to market, promote and advertise our business and our Services to you;
- to market, promote and advertise the goods and/or services of our associates and affiliates to you that we believe you may be interested in;
- to assist our internal administration and daily operations;
- to allow us to better understand your use of our products and the Services;
- to improve, upgrade, repair, maintain or monitor our Services;
- to deal with any disputes with you in connection with our Services; and/or
- to protect our legal interests and fulfil our regulatory obligations (if and to the extent necessary).
We may combine your personal information with Non-Identifying Information and aggregate it with any other information to attempt to provide you with a better experience of our Services, to improve the quality and value of the Services and to analyse and understand how the Services are used.
In relation to our use of your personal information for any direct marketing purposes by us, we will ensure that there is a means available for you to request not to receive direct marketing communication from us; alternatively, you can contact us (see “Contact” section below) to advise us that you do not want to receive any direct marketing.
Will your Personal Information be Disclosed to a Third Party?
When you use our Services, we may need to disclose your personal information (and Non-Identifying Information) to third parties who require such information and/or who are the intended recipients of such information based on our understanding through your use of our Services. Generally speaking, we may disclose your personal information (and Non-Identifying Information) for the following purposes:
- We may disclose your information to a third party to process any payment or billing transactions and/or to recover any payments due to us.
- We may engage third parties to facilitate the provision of the Services, to perform related services (e.g. maintenance services, database management, web analytics, improvement of a service feature and marketing of our business) or to assist us in analysing how our Services are used. These third parties may have access to your information to perform these tasks. We will ordinarily require third parties not to use or disclose any personal information that we disclose to them for any purpose other than to provide or perform the relevant services for us.
- We may disclose your information to third parties for the purposes of assisting us with marketing, promoting and advertising our business and Services to you.
- We may disclose your information to our related entities, which includes an entity which we share business or other common interests with or that we share common control or ownership with, to contact you regarding marketing or promotional materials relating to our Services or the goods and services of our related entities if we believe they will be of interest to you.
- We may disclose your information to our associates or affiliates, which includes Providers (as defined in our Subscriber Terms), as they may require such information before participating in the Services, contributing Content (as defined in our Subscriber Terms) to the Services or for the purposes of determining whether you may have access to such Content or the conditions on which you may have access to such Content. Further, those third party entities which we disclose your information to may also use your information for the purposes of marketing, promoting and advertising their business, goods and/or services to you (in such cases those third parties will be responsible for comply with all applicable laws in relation to such marketing activities).
- We may disclose your information if this is required by law, to assist with any law enforcement activities of a government entity, to take professional legal, financial or taxation advice, to deal with any disputes with you in connection with our Services or to deal with (including to pursue or defendant against) any legal claims.
There are some other matters which you should be aware of regarding the use of information on our services:
- Cookies. Like many websites, we use "cookies" to collect a variety of website usage information and data. A cookie is a small data file that is transferred to your computer’s hard disk. There are session cookies and persistent cookies – we may use both so we can better understand how you interact with our Services and to monitor web traffic routing with the aim of improving or monitoring our Services. Most Internet browsers automatically accept cookies, however you can instruct your browser (via the options section) to stop accepting cookies or to prompt you before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit, however, doing so may mean you will not be able to use all or parts of our Services.
- Changing or Deleting Your Personal Information. You may review, update, correct or delete the personal information provided to us by contacting us if such capabilities are not available directly via our Services. If you completely delete all of your personal information, then any subscription or user account that you may hold with us may become deactivated and you may lose the ability to use our Services. We may retain an archived copy of your records as required by law or for legitimate business purposes.
- Access to Your Personal Information. You may send us a request (to contact us, see “Contact” section below) to access the personal information about you that we have collected; you may also send us a request to correct any personal information about you that we have collected. If you seek access to your personal information from us, we may charge a fee for providing you with your personal information, in which case we will inform you of the fee in advance of providing the information. However, we may refuse to give you access to your personal information to the extent that:
- we reasonably believe that giving access would pose a serious threat to the life, health or safety of any individual, or to public health or public safety; or
- giving access would have an unreasonable impact on the privacy of other individuals; or
- the request for access is frivolous or vexatious; or
- the information relates to existing or anticipated legal proceedings between us and you, and would not be accessible by the process of discovery in those proceedings; or
- giving access would reveal our intentions in relation to negotiations with you in such a way as to prejudice those negotiations; or
- giving access would be unlawful; or
- denying access is required or authorised by or under a law or a court/tribunal order; or
- both of the following apply:
- we have reason to suspect that unlawful activity, or misconduct of a serious nature, that relates to our functions or activities has been, is being or may be engaged in; and
- giving access would likely prejudice the taking of appropriate action in relation to the matter; or
- giving access would likely prejudice one or more law enforcement activities of a government entity; or
- giving access would reveal evaluative information generated by us in connection with a commercially sensitive decision-making process.
- Personal Information of a Third Party. If you provide us with personal information relating to another person, you should ensure that you have obtained the prior consent of that person. As that information may be disclosed to an intended third party as part of the normal processes of using our Services, we are entitled to assume that you have explained to the person how we may use their information.
- Log Data. When you use our Services, our servers automatically record information that your browser sends whenever you visit our Websites (Log Data). This Log Data may include information such as the browser type or the webpage you were visiting before you came to our service, pages of our service that you visit, the time spent on those pages, information you search for on our service, access times and dates, and other statistics. We use this information to monitor and analyse use of our Services and its technical administration, to increase our Service’s functionality and usability, and to better tailor our Services to our users’ needs.
- Links. Our Services may contain links to other third party websites and their services (for example, the website of a Content Provider). If you choose to visit another website or online service by clicking on a link on our Services, you will be directed to that third party’s website or online service. The fact that we may link to a website or online service is not an endorsement, authorisation or representation of our affiliation with the operator of that website or online service, nor is it an endorsement of their privacy or information security policies or practices. We do not exercise control over third party websites and online services. We encourage you to read the privacy policies and terms and conditions of use on those websites or online services that you visit before providing any information or using such websites or services.
Retention and deletion of Personal Information
We will retain your Personal Information for as long as the 3D Click and Print Account associated with you is active, or as long as needed to provide you with our Service or as required by identified government agencies..
We take steps to regularly destroy Personal Information, however we may:
- in some cases, retain a copy of your Personal Information to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, enforce our agreements and to comply with our trust and safety obligations. Personal Information retained for this purpose will be archived and stored in a secure manner after your 3Dclickandprint Account has been closed, and will not be accessed unless required for any of these reasons; and
- retain Personal Information in an aggregated, de-identified or otherwise anonymous form, such that there is no reliable way of identifying you from the information.
Security of Information
We will take all reasonably commercial steps to ensure the security of your personal information from misuse and loss, and from unauthorised access, modifications or disclosure as required under the Australian Privacy Principles (as set out in Schedule 1 of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)). We use commercially reasonable safeguards to preserve the integrity and security of personal information collected to prevent misuse or loss. However, we cannot ensure or warrant the absolute security of any such information you provide to us or guarantee that information may not be accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed by unauthorised persons. We do not warrant that our Services will be without error or interruption, or will be free from unauthorised or fraudulent third party access as a result of the nature of Internet transmissions.
Complaints about Your Personal Information
If you are concerned with how we collect, store, use or disclose your personal information, you may make enquiries or submit a formal complaint to us ([email protected]). We will use reasonable endeavours to address your enquiry or complaint and will endeavour to respond to you within twenty-one (21) days of receipt of your initial enquiry or complaint (to the extent that we feel your complaint is complex or that we require further time to provide a substantive response, we will send you a notice to that effect).
You must provide reasonable assistance to us to allow us to address your enquiry or complaint, including providing us with appropriate information and feedback on request.
If you feel your enquiry or complaint has not been adequately addressed by us, you may contact the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. However, we would advise you to notify us beforehand of why you feel we have not adequately addressed your enquiry or complaint and allow us an opportunity to respond to you. If you would like any further information about your rights to privacy, please contact or visit the website of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner at http://www.oaic.gov.au.
We may disclose some of your personal information such as your name and email address to organisations located outside Australia, in countries which do not have the same or substantially similar privacy laws, but only to the extent necessary to provide you with the products or services requested by you. It is not practicable to provide you with the names of the countries currently.