We will hold the information you provide us in an encrypted database. This includes registration data, text and video material you load on to Dragon Claw.
We will not knowingly release this information to third parties such as advertisers, insurers, medical authorities or your friends. You will not be able to ask us to release such material.
We will not be held responsible or liable for failures or operational problems in the way your computer may or may not operate.
If you are worried about being involved with Dragon Claw, then don’t join.
You will have the opportunity to share your information with other registered users, to place details in a blog, to answer questions and to submit material. Much of this opportunity will be driven by your participation on the site.
The type and level of your participation is entirely up to your own discretion. Dragon Claw will not be held liable if another user abuses their privileged position and knowingly or unknowingly shares your information outside of the Dragon Claw web site. We simply provide a platform and venue; it is up to you to enjoy the site.
We will monitor use and presented material. Anything we find offensive, against Australian Law or not in the spirit of Dragon Claw will be removed by us. Our decision will be final and not open to appeal.
We will notify you first about opportunities to share your information with third parties before we do anything (for example, for a clinical trial). We will seek your written permission via email.
If you believe personal information we hold about you is not up to date or is inaccurate, you may ask us to correct it. You may ask us to provide you with details of the personal information we hold about you, and copies of that information. We will respond to your request and attempt to provide you with the data within 90 days of receipt of your request.