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National Privacy Principles
The new privacy laws came into effect 21 December 2001. The new law which is a part of the Privacy Act 1988 (Commonwealth) includes ten National Privacy Principles that set standards for the way organisations, including health providers, handle personal information and have been adopted by the Board.
Privacy and Other Information about using this Site
Gen-Tec Nutrition acknowledges that this website has an obligation to provide accurate information to our users. Gen-Tec Nutrition also acknowledges the privacy and confidentiality of individuals.
Gen-Tec Nutrition advises that:
- The information contained in this website is of a general nature only and does not constitute advice on health or nutrition. Gen-Tec Nutrition makes no representations, express or implied, and gives no warranties about the accuracy, usefulness, suitability or application of any of the information contained in this website to your particular circumstances. Use of the information contained in this website is at your sole risk. You should seek professional advice appropriate to your circumstances before acting or relying on the information. Under no circumstances will Gen-Tec Nutrition be liable for any damage or loss that may arise (either directly or indirectly) from the use of, or any omission from, the information provided.
Names and e-mail addresses of all site visitors will not be used by Gen-Tec Nutrition or provided or released to a third party without the site visitor's consent.
When a user visits our site, our Internet Service Provider logs this visit for statistical purposes. From this, Gen-Tec Nutrition can continue to update web pages and monitor errors.
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