Copyright, Disclaimer & Privacy Policy


Copyright in the material which appears on this website is subject to the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) (‘the Act’).

No part of this website may be reproduced or reused for any purpose whatsoever, apart from:

  • fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Act
  • or where expressly provided under a notice in writing from the business owners.

Where specific licence terms are applied to any materials on this website, those terms prevail to the extent of any inconsistency with this statement, and end users wishing to rely upon such licence must comply with those terms in all respects.

The Association when referenced, refers to the Classroom Profiling Association Incorporated.



Each user waives and releases the Association to the full extent permitted by law from any and all claims relating to the usage of material or information made available through the system. Subject to any terms implied by law which cannot be excluded, in no event shall the Association be liable for any losses or damages, including incidental or consequential damages, resulting from use of the material. While care has been taken to ensure that information contained on the Association website is true and correct at the time of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of this information. The Association gives no warranty or assurance and makes no representation as to the accuracy of any information or advice contained, or that it is suitable for your intended use.

In addition to locally sourced information, the Association web server provides links to external internet sites. These external information sources are outside our control. It is the responsibility of internet users to make their own decisions about the accuracy, currency, reliability and correctness of information found. Although care is taken to provide links to suitable material, the nature of the internet prevents the guaranteeing of suitability, completeness or accuracy of any material that this site may be linked to.


Privacy statement

Your privacy

When you use our website, we do not collect information about you.


When you look at our website

We can’t see any information about you when you look at our website. We can see how many times each webpage has been looked at, when it was looked at, and other general information.  We can’t identify you from this information.

We use this information to help us provide you with better information.


Our website

Our webpages do not allow you to provide information.

We can use your information, should you provide it to us via email contact through our website, for other purposes if:

  • you say we can
  • there is a law which says we can.

If you have to log into an area of our website with a ‘username’, we will be able to see which pages you looked at while you were logged in.

There are people who help us monitor and maintain our website.  These people may see your information as part of their work to keep our website safe, secure, and in working order.  We may also show your information to people like the Police to protect someone’s safety, or if it suggests a criminal offence.


When you click on a link

Some of our webpages have links to other people’s websites.  This privacy statement won’t apply to other people’s websites.  You should check their privacy statement before giving them information.


More information

We follow the rules about privacy set out in the Information Act 2002.  You can read the act or learn more about it from the Office of the Information Commissioner (NT).

If you have any queries about our website privacy and security practices please send your inquiry via our link here.  [use inquiries@ email for link]


Use and disclosure of personal information

We will not give your personal information to third parties without your consent, unless required by law.



Our privacy principles apply to emails as well.

Our internet service provider or information technology staff may monitor email traffic for system trouble shooting and maintenance purposes only.



Parts of this site transmits information securely across the internet. However, this is not always feasible. We recognise that there may be risks transmitting information across the internet. We will notify you where personal information is not transmitted securely.

Where this site contains links to other agencies’ websites, the privacy or security terms set out there will apply to the material on the websites.

Where this site contains links to other websites, the Association is not responsible for the privacy or security practices or the content of any such websites.



We use cookies to collect anonymous statistical information, including:

  • your browser, computer platform and screen resolution
  • your traffic patterns through our site, such as:
    • the date and time of your visit
    • the pages and documents accessed
    • the website you visited before ours
    • your server address.

We do not identify users or any browser activity outside this website, except in the unlikely event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may have a warrant to inspect activity logs.

Transactional services are not available from this site and we will never request you provide financial details via our site.


Opting out

Most web browsers are set to accept cookies. You can refuse to accept the use cookies by adjusting the settings on your web browser; however doing so may result in you not being able to use the full functionality of this website.

Users can find out more about controlling Google’s ad personalisation and managing cookies via Google’s Privacy Terms.

Users can opt-out of Facebook’s use of cookies and Facebook Pixel Re-Marketing through their Facebook Account settings.