How to Remain Anonymous – Your Call
Important information to consider when making an online report
Suggestions to remaining anonymous
Your Call understand’s remaining anonymous is important to many of the users of our service. We are committed to maintaining your confidentiality and protecting your decision to remain anonymous.
Our confidentiality and privacy policies are accessible on our website. We encourage you to read the policies. Further, we confirm that our Service Agreement with your employer specifically prohibits us from disclosing your identity to anyone without your consent unless directed by law to do so.
Your-Call prides itself on its honesty & integrity and the transparency of its processes.
The Your Call web site uses the latest in encryption and authentication technology, ensuring that your communications on our web site are secure and private. The ‘https’ keyword in the location bar when submitting information ensures that this connection is encrypted.
To assist you further in protecting your identity we urge you to:
- Access our web site direct at www.whistleblowing.com.au
- Avoid accessing our web site at www.whistleblowing.com.au using your organisation’s internet connection as some organisations can trace from which computer terminal access to our site was made.
- Access our web site at www.whistleblowing.com.au using an internet connection at an internet cafe or public library.
- Avoid using your organisation’s intranet website to direct you to our site if you intend to submit secure information as some organisations can trace from which computer terminal access to our site was made.
- Similarly, avoid using your office e-mail to send Your Call an anonymous e-mail as some organisations operate computer systems that can trace and read e-mail messages sent using a work e-mail address.
- Avoid telephoning Your Call from your telephone extension at work as some organisations have telephone systems that can trace what numbers have been dialed from a specific telephone extension. The same applies if you decide to fax information to Your Call.
- We suggest that you do not tell anyone in your organisation about any communication you have with Your Call.