Tantalus Limited (“Tantalus Estate”) is committed to ensuring the privacy of all users (“Users”)
tantalus.co.nz website or any other products which access Tantalus (mobile and tablet etc) and
personal information emailed to Tantalus.
To use Tantalus, users need to keep their personal information such as first name, last name,
email address, date of birth and other contact details up to date.
All Users consent to the collection, use, disclosure, storage and processing of their information
Tantalus will not disclose any personal information to any third party unless expressly
authorised to do so by the user.
Users may request to see the personal information held by Tantalus at any time. This
information can be updated or corrected by the user through the website (www.tantalus.co.nz).
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tantalus will store users’ personal information securely in New Zealand or in any other country
Tantalus operates in. Users’ personal information may be held securely outside of New
Tantalus will only use Users’ information in connection with using Tantalus through
pageproof.com and any associated services (mobile, tablet etc). Tantalus will use the
information to communicate with users or to co-operate with any government authorities with
validated requests. Tantalus reserves the right to use data (anonymously) in relation to
Tantalus use for marketing purposes. All supplied sensitive/credit information is transmitted via
Secure Socked Layer (SSL) technology and then encrypted into our Payment gateway
providers database only to be accessible by those authorised with special access rights to such
systems and are required to keep the information confidential.
Tantalus will remove all users’ information related to the users’ Tantalus account should the
user cancel their account. Any information which identifies the user to another party (such as
comments on a proof) will be anonymised. The removal of the users’ information will occur
within a reasonable time.
(a) Tantalus will take all reasonable steps to prevent any unauthorised entry into the Te
Motu data-base. However, Tantalus will not be liable for any loss to a customer where a
third party has gained unauthorised access to a customer’s information held by Tantalus.
(b) The measures Tantalus uses to keep customers information secure are: The
encryption transfer of personal data placed onto the website by the customer. Once the
customer’s personal data is received it will be stored on a secure server protected by
firewalls to try and prevent unauthorised access from the internet. All supplied
sensitive/credit information is transmitted via Secure Socked Layer (SSL) technology
and then encrypted into our Payment gateway providers database only to be accessible
by those authorised with special access rights to such systems and are required to keep
the information confidential.
(c) Tantalus will not be responsible for any loss, costs, or expenses either directly or
indirectly incurred by a customer or as a result of the customer using the website. The
customer uses this website and the on-line forms at the customer’s risk.
browsers of visitors to our website for recordkeeping purposes and so that (for example) your
preferences can be recognised when you come back to our site. Those cookies include both
temporary or session cookies that are deleted when you close your browser and permanent
cookies which remain on your device.
Tantalus may participate in advertising programmes operated by third parties for which
advertising and retargeting cookies are used. Those third party websites show their visitors
advertisements for Tantalus based on cookies which tell the third party website that the visitor
has previously visited and cannot be used to identify any individual visitor.
To learn more about cookies, including how to manage and delete them, visit
Users. We will post those change on this page.
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