Registration with DReSA is build upon Australian Access Federation (AAF) authentication. When you register, the AAF Display Name will be visible at the top of the page.
- DReSA delegates authentication to your identity provider (IdP). You can view which attributes are shared with DReSA by your IdP by using the AAF Validator service.
- The e-mail address that you provide as a contact for an event or resource will be visible when a user views that event/resource.
Additional Personal Information
You may additionally provide a profile, containing your name, a public email address, website link and avatar. This information is publicly available to all users.
Creation of DReSA Resources
The details of any training materials and events that you register will be publicly visible and searchable.
Information Automatically Collected
When you browse DReSA, the server automatically records logs of which pages you access, when you accessed them, and your IP address. These logs are used to fix errors and are not shared with any third parties.
DReSA uses Google Analytics to track how users are discovering DReSA and interacting with the service. The information gathered includes which pages you visited, which search terms lead you to DReSA and information about your web browser. No personally identifiable information is sent to Google.
The information that you enter into DReSA is retained by DReSA until you choose to remove it or the DReSA service ceases to exist.
Code of Conduct
DReSA adheres to the Australian Privacy Act 1988, which is the principal piece of Australian legislation protecting the handling of personal information about individuals (https://www.ag.gov.au/rights-and-protections/privacy).
The data controller for DReSA is TBA.For any enquiries or requests, please contact: