Your Call undertakes not to use  any information received or provided via the Service for any purpose other than for the purpose stipulated in the Service Agreement between Your Call  and the organisation.

Your Call has taken all reasonable steps to ensure that all such information  is kept confidential and to ensure the anonymity of any person making a disclosure.

Notwithstanding this Your Call will not be liable for any loss, harm or damage suffered by you or any other person:

  • as a result of, or arising out of the receipt or provision of any information via the Your Call  website or by any other means to Your Call
  • or the use of information provided to and by Your Call.

Your Call has taken all reasonable steps to ensure that its system is secure[1] and that your confidentiality and anonymity will be protected. Your Call will not disclose the identity of any person who submits information to it without the expressed consent of that person or if required by law to do so.

[1] “Security” means we have reasonable steps to preserve the security of all information sent and use 256 bit key encryption. This is in place at all times, protecting the information when accessing www.whistleblowing.com.au. We regularly review developments in security and encryption technologies. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed as totally secure. Accordingly, although Your Call strives to protect such information, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information transmitted to us or from our online services and the party does so at their own risk. Once we receive the transmission, we take reasonable steps to preserve the security of the information in our own systems.

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