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YOUR ACTIVITY ON OUR PUBLICATIONS
We use several levels of login status on our websites, each one has different degrees of personal data collection. Here are the details of each user level:
Non-logged in readers
Registered users, email subscribers
We require names, email addresses and passwords for those who wish to register on our website to receive emails or to have access to services such as comments. This data is protected by technology that does not facilitate recovery of the original password from the information stored in our database.
We also request other non-compulsory data such as job title and employer for this category of user. This data is stored on our secure server in encrypted form.
We require names, email addresses and passwords for those who wish to take out a paid registration on our website, so they can receive emails and have access to comments and our paid premium services. This data is protected by technology that does not facilitate recovery of the original password from the information stored in our database.
We also request other non-compulsory data such as job title and employer for this category of user and collect their payment details. Payment details can be submitted via paypal, credit card, or by offline manual invoicing. We do to keep any details of payment information submitted through Paypal or credit card and we use secure encryption while transactions are being made. Your Paypal or Bank may retain your personal details according to their privacy policies.
For manual billing, our Admin Manager makes transactions via email or telephone and provides receipts through person interaction. No credit card details are saved, although login and corporate account information is retained off line in a local data server by the admin manager for ease of renewal and client interaction. Clients can request that details are not retained when they make manual transactions.
We use Google Analytics to track traffic to this website. The Google Analytics data policy can be found here. To avoid being tracked by Google Analytics you can use incognito/private mode to visit our websites. We do not use Google Adsense or any other Google products.
EMBEDDED SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
From time to time our pages embed content from third parties such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps and others. If you are logged into personal accounts on any of these services you will be able to view the content and those services will be able to track or administer your logged-in activity using the privacy policies you agreed to when you signed up to those services. If you are not logged into those services you may be able to see a link to those pages and will have the choice whether or not to click through to those links.
Radioinfo and AsiaRadioToday are Trade Publications owned by AMT Pty Ltd, an Australian registered company with fewer than 250 employees and, as such, the company does not need to keep records of their processing activities under EU GDPR regulations. Processing of personal data is not a regular activity for our websites. Data processing is not our main business.
Our website is https compliant and provides encrypted security protection for any data transactions conducted with radioinfo. Details of how we use your data are outlined above.
We aim to report factual stories relevant to the radio and media industries and cover a wide range of valid, fact-based opinions relevant to our professional readers. We also report entertaining light stories, publish a range of opinion stories and allow moderated comments on our reports.
We will correct or modify our reports if they are found not to be factually based or carry invalid opinions, as outlined below.
We welcome reader comments and suggestions for additional information or corrections. There are two methods to comment on our content: via the comments section at the bottom of each story (requires a free login) or by email to [email protected]. These are our editorial guidelines:
Accuracy and clarity
We aim to ensure that factual material in news reports and elsewhere is truthful, accurate and not misleading, and is distinguishable from other material such as opinion and advertising.
We will provide a correction or other adequate remedial action if published material is shown to be significantly inaccurate or misleading.
Fairness and balance
We will ensure that factual material is presented with reasonable fairness and balance, and that writers’ expressions of opinion are not based on significantly inaccurate factual material or omission of key facts.
We will ensure that where material refers adversely to a person, a fair opportunity is given for subsequent publication of a reply if that is reasonably necessary to address a possible fairness or accuracy breach.
Privacy and avoidance of harm
We will avoid intruding on a person’s reasonable expectations of privacy, unless doing so is truthful and/or sufficiently in the public interest.
We aim to avoid causing or contributing materially to substantial offence, distress or prejudice, or a substantial risk to health or safety, unless doing so is sufficiently in the public interest.
Integrity and transparency
We will avoid publishing material which has been gathered by deceptive or unfair means, unless doing so is sufficiently in the public interest.
We will ensure that conflicts of interests are avoided or adequately disclosed, and that they do not influence published material.
Opinions and Editorials
Editorials and opinions written by guest contributors do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the publisher.
All reasonable efforts will be made to ensure that information contained in Editorials and Opinion pieces is accurate. Opportunity to contribute opposing opinions as comments or articles will be offered to those with differing opinions if they contact [email protected], providing that the submitted content satisfies our editorial policies.
We encourage readers to comment on our stories in a professional and respectful manner. We moderate all comments and may edit or decline to publish material that is defamatory or abusive, as outlined below. We strive for diversity of opinions and comments posted by readers and approved for publication by us do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the publisher.
Defamatory material will not be published. We may choose not to publish the defamatory comment, or we may edit or remove defamatory material from the comments. If we do so, we will add a note to the comment explaining why it has been modified.
Offensive and abusive comments will not be published. We may choose not to publish those comments, or we may edit or remove the material from the comments. If we do so, we will add a note to the comment explaining why it has been modified.
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If you are a paid subscriber, you may download one copy of an article for distribution within your own station/business for such time as you maintain your subscription payments. Radioinfo content may not be reproduced in any form in any other publication be it printed, electronic or otherwise, without written permission from us and inclusion of links to our website.
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Radioinfo promises not to divulge your e-mail address or password to any third party either alone or as part of our subscriber list. Any offer or promotion that may be made to you via e-mail on behalf of a third party will be made through radioinfo without the third party gaining access to your personal details. Any information we supply to third parties about our subscriber list will be of a general statistical nature only.
When you sign up to radoinfo we will keep in touch by sending you regular emails. You will be able to unsubscribe from these emails by clicking the link in the email, or visiting your My Account page and unticking the boxes.
We send three type of emails:
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Job Alerts (each time a new job is posted)
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If you wish to discuss or make further enquiries about any of our privacy policies, please email us at [email protected].
Most recent update: 15 September 2021.