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WiseTech Global Limited and its related bodies corporate (WTG, we, our, us) recognize the importance of protecting the privacy and the rights of individuals in relation to their personal information.
What is personal information?
What personal information may we collect?
To the extent legally permissible in your jurisdiction, we may collect the following types of personal information:
- mail, email, and street addresses;
- telephone and facsimile numbers;
- profession, occupation, job title, and work history;
- bank details;
- photos and videos;
- details of the products and services you have purchased from us, or which you have enquired about, together with any additional information necessary to deliver those products and services, respond to your enquiries and generally to complete any commercial transaction between you and us;
- any additional information relating to you that you provide to us directly through our websites or CargoWise platform or indirectly through use of our websites, CargoWise platform or other online presence, through our representatives or otherwise; and
- information you provide to us through our service center, customer surveys and/or visits by, or telephone calls from, our representatives from time to time.
We do not ordinarily collect sensitive information as defined in the Privacy Act or the GDPR.
We may also collect some information that is not personal information because it does not identify you or anyone else. For example, we may collect anonymous answers to surveys or aggregated information about how users use our website.
How do we collect personal information?
To the extent legally permissible in your jurisdiction, WTG collects personal information in a number of ways, including:
- directly from you, such as when you provide information by phone or in documents such as an application form;
- from third parties such as our related companies, credit reporting agencies, or your representatives;
- from publicly available sources of information;
- from the organizations identified below under “When we disclose your personal information”; and
- from our own records of how you use WTG services and do business and interact with us.
How do we use your personal information?
To the extent legally permissible in your jurisdiction, we collect, hold, use, and disclose your personal information for purposes including to:
- identify you;
- provide the products and services you require;
- administer and manage those products and services, including charging, billing, and collecting debts;
- inform you of ways the products and services provided to you could be improved;
- research and develop our products and services;
- perform our business activities and functions including assessing business risks;
- provide you with customer service;
- maintain and develop our business systems and infrastructure, including testing and upgrading of these systems;
- send communications requested by you;
- answer your enquiries and provide information or advice about existing and new products or services;
- provide you with access to protected areas of our website;
- assess the performance of our website and improve the operation of our website;
- fulfill the administrative, planning, quality control, and research purposes of WTG, its related bodies corporate, contractors, and/or suppliers;
- update our records and keep your contact details up to date;
- provide your updated personal information to our related bodies corporate, contractors, and/or suppliers;
- process and respond to any complaint made by you;
- contact you and/or pay you for (or in connection with) products or services you provide us; and
- comply with, or act in accordance with, any law, rule, regulation, lawful and binding determination, decision or direction of a regulator, or in cooperation with any governmental authority of any country (or political subdivision of a country).
To the extent legally permissible in your jurisdiction, we also collect, hold, use and disclose your personal information to promote and market to you other services that we consider may be of interest to you, including through direct marketing and targeted online advertising. To the extent this is legally permissible in your jurisdiction, you consent to receive such marketing communications by using our products, services, or website, or by providing us with your personal information. We will provide you with an opportunity to unsubscribe from any future promotional or marketing material (such as promotional email offers) and educational material via an opt-out mechanism. You may also notify us at any time that you do not wish to receive marketing or promotional material by advising the WTG Privacy Officer at the contact details set out below under “Your rights.”
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WTG and other third-party vendors, including Google, use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) together to inform, optimize, and serve ads based on visitors’ past visits to our website.
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When we disclose your personal information
For the purposes set out above (under “How do we use your personal information”) we may disclose your personal information to organizations or persons outside WTG, to the extent this is legally permissible in your jurisdiction. If we need to disclose your personal information for any other purpose, we will only do so with your consent or—if this is legally permissible in your jurisdiction—where you may otherwise reasonably expect us to do so.
Where appropriate, these disclosures are subject to privacy and confidentiality protections and—as the case may be—other requirements under the GDPR. The organizations and persons to which we usually disclose information include:
- outsourced service providers who manage the services we provide to you, including billing and debt-recovery functions;
- information technology service providers;
- when you purchase certain third party products and services that we offer through our platform, those third parties who provide such products and services / when you purchase any credit reports on other businesses through our platform which are sourced from a third party provider, such third party provider;
- installation, maintenance, and repair service providers;
- your representatives (e.g. your authorized representatives or legal advisers);
- credit reporting and fraud checking agencies who may process information for their own purposes;
- our professional advisers, including our accountants, auditors, and lawyers;
- government and regulatory authorities and other organizations, as required or authorized by law; and
- our related companies.
Some of these organizations or persons may be located in other countries. The countries in which these organizations or persons are located will vary, but, in the course of our ordinary operations, we generally disclose personal information to organizations or persons located in Australia, the United States of America and the United Kingdom.
How do we keep your personal information secure?
We keep your personal information secure by implementing physical and electronic security systems, limiting who can access your personal information, and training our staff to keep your information safe and secure. We also have online and network security systems in place so that the information you provide us with is protected and secure.
Under the Privacy Act and subject to its terms, you are entitled to:
- access your personal information; and
- seek the correction of your personal information.
Under the GDPR, you are (among other things) entitled to:
- receive transparent information regarding the processing of your personal data;
- access your personal data, including the right to obtain free of charge a copy of the personal data undergoing processing in a commonly available electronic format;
- rectification of incorrect personal data and completion of incomplete personal data;
- erasure of your personal data, including the “right to be forgotten”;
- restrict the processing of your personal data;
- your data being portable and accessible upon request; and
- object to the processing of your personal data.
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If you do make a complaint or allege a breach, WTG will investigate your complaint and use reasonable endeavors to respond to you in writing within 28 days of receiving the written complaint. If we fail to respond to your complaint within 28 days of receiving it in writing, or if you are dissatisfied with the response that you receive from us, you have the right, depending on the jurisdiction, to make a complaint to the applicable regulator. In the case of the Privacy Act, the applicable regulator is the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. In the case of the GDPR, the applicable regulator will be the local regulator in your jurisdiction in Europe.
To learn more about our data collection policy please click here.
The GDPR requires that controllers (such as customers using WiseTech Global’s CargoWise One logistics software solutions) only use processors (such as WiseTech Global) that provide sufficient guarantees to meet key requirements of the GDPR. WiseTech Global has taken the proactive step of providing these commitments to all Maintenance and Licensing agreement customers as part of their agreements.
Where can I find WiseTech Global’s contractual commitments with regard to the GDPR?
You can find WiseTech Global’s contractual commitments with regard to the GDPR in the online GDPR Terms. WiseTech Global’s Maintenance and Licensing agreements include the GDPR Terms, which provide WiseTech Global’s core privacy and security commitments, data processing terms, EU Model Clauses, and our GDPR Terms. The GDPR Terms commit WiseTech Global to the requirements on processors in GDPR Article 28. WiseTech Global extends the GDPR Terms commitments to all Maintenance and Licensing agreement customers, regardless of the applicable version of customer’s agreement.
What commitments are in the GDPR Terms?
WiseTech Global’s GDPR Terms reflect the commitments required of processors in Article 28. Article 28 requires that processors commit to:
- only use subprocessors with the consent of the controller and remain liable for subprocessors;
- process personal data only on instructions from the controller, including with regard to transfers;
- ensure that persons who process personal data are committed to confidentiality;
- implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of personal data security appropriate to the risk;
- assist controllers in their obligations to respond to data subjects’ requests to exercise their GDPR rights;
- meet the breach notification and assistance requirements;
- assist controllers with data protection impact assessments and consultation with supervisory authorities;
- delete or return personal data at the end of provision of services; and
- support the controller with evidence of compliance with the GDPR.
Under what basis does WiseTech Global facilitate the transfer of personal data outside of the EU?
On and from 25 May 2018, WiseTech Global will be using the Standard Contractual Clauses (also known as the EU Model Clauses) as a basis for transfer of data for its enterprise online services. The Standard Contractual Clauses are standard terms provided by the European Commission that can be used to transfer data outside the European Economic Area in a compliant manner. WiseTech Global has incorporated the Standard Contractual Clauses into all of our Maintenance and License Agreements via the GDPR Terms.