Your "Personal information" is information about you that makes your identity clear or which can enable your identity to be reasonably worked out from the information. If you need to check on the privacy of personal information you have provided, please contact us.
Your personal information will not be given to anyone else without your permission. Only Clover and persons authorised by her have access to your information. Requesting Clover to take action on your behalf may require her giving information to relevant authorities to get an outcome. You can ask to remain anonymous.
If you provide your email address, it will only be used by Clover to communicate with you. It will not be given to anyone else. Clover may email you her weekly Bligh eNews or other information on local issues, but will stop if you ask. Clover does not wish to send unwanted email. (However, the Bligh eNews list may not be updated every week during particularly busy periods!)
This website does not encrypt information before sending it. As there are risks sending information across the internet without this additional security, you should not send any information you need to keep private. You can contact us by phone or mail.
Every attempt is made to remove personal information from documents on this website. The letters, reports and submissions on this website are available from Clover's office. They are provided here to better inform the Bligh community about issues affecting it and Clover's work. If you believe any document on this site contains personal information that needs to be "de-identified", please contact us.
This site contains links to other sites. Clover can not guarantee the privacy practices of those sites. If you have concerns you should check the privacy policies of those sites.
If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us on email@example.com.