The collection of personal information by the University of Melbourne (University) is governed by the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic) and Health Records Act 2000 (Vic) (together, Privacy Laws). The University is also considered to be a data controller for the purposes of the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) in relation to the collection of personal information from individuals located in the European Union (EU), while conducting certain activities. The University is committed to protecting your privacy and processing your personal information fairly and lawfully in compliance with the Privacy Laws and the GDPR, as applicable.
The University is requesting the information on this form to administer your registration for CAiSE 21. If you do not provide all the information requested on this form, it may not be possible to attend the conference.
Your information may also be used by CAiSE for analysis, quality assurance and planning purposes.
The information you provide will be used by authorised University staff and contracted service providers for the purpose for which it was collected. It will not be transferred outside Australia unless to an entity operating under equivalent privacy obligations. We will not disclose your personal information to anybody else unless you have given consent, or we are authorised or required to do so by law.
The University stores personal information in both electronic and paper based form and does not segregate or treat personal information differently based on your geographical location. The University takes all reasonable steps to ensure that the information we hold is accurate and complete, and that we implement and maintain appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect personal information transmitted, stored or otherwise processed, from accidental or unlawful destruction, misuse, loss, alteration, unauthorised access or disclosure.
We will retain your personal information only for as long as required for the purpose it was collected and in accordance with our legislative obligations. This information is then securely destroyed in accordance with the University’s retention and disposal authority.
You may request access to, or correction of, information we hold about you, or exercise rights of access, rectification, erasure and other rights under the GDPR, at any time. Please refer to our Privacy webpage for information on how to contact us about privacy, how to lodge a complaint and for the contact details of the University’s Privacy and Data Protection Officer.