NEC New Zealand Privacy Policy

NEC takes data privacy seriously. This privacy policy explains who we are, how we collect, share and use Personal information, and how you can excercie your privacy rights.

Definitions

In this policy:

  • our”, “we”, “us” or “NEC” means NEC New Zealand providing you with our services
  • “you” means you, the person using our services, or visiting our website”
  • services” means all goods or services we provide and anything else we do for you, including providing you with access to our website.

In addition to our Privacy Policy, our Terms and Conditions applies to your use of our services. It is important that you are familiar with Terms and Conditions. Please read it in conjunction with this policy.

NEC’s Website

NEC provides information about its products and services on its website. When you visit the NEC website, the web server may record anonymous information such as the time, date and URL of the visitor. The information that is collected is very limited and is used to assist NEC to improve the structure of its website and monitor the performance of the website. We do not use the information that is collected to personally identify you or anyone else.

Cookies

Our website may use “cookies”. A cookie is a small text file that the website may place on your computer to improve your experience of the NEC website. You may choose to disable cookies in your browser but by doing so, you may be unable to access some advanced functions on the website.

Inquiry

Our Inquiry form collects only enough information about you so the we can respond to your immediate questions and for no other purpose. We will not spam you with marketing material. We will delete or correct any personal information that we hold on you on request. We take all reasonable steps to manage data stored on our servers to ensure data security.

Use and disclosure

We do not give personal information collected online to other agencies, organisations or anyone else without your consent unless you would reasonably expect, or have been told, that information of that kind is usually passed to those agencies, organisations or individuals, or the disclosure is otherwise required or authorised by law.