Privacy Policy

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd, of which Data Monitoring Services is a part and by which the Quickchange service is supported and managed, adheres to the provisions of the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000 - in particular it applies the National Privacy Principles for personal information.

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd adheres to generally accepted standards relating to the collection and use of personal information. Accordingly, Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd only collects information where it is necessary for the organisation's corporate or business activities and then only through methods which are fair and lawful.

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd's Privacy Policy
Where practicable, Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd will collect information directly from the person to whom the information relates.

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd will also take reasonable steps to ensure:

  • That the person to whom the information relates is aware that the information is being collected by Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd.


  • The purpose for which the information is being collected.


  • Who Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd proposes to disclose the information to (or to whom Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd would usually disclose that information).


  • The fact that the person may access the information and the main consequences if any, of failing to provide the information.

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd will only use or disclose personal information it has collected, where it is permitted to do so by law.

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd will only use or disclose information for purposes other than those for which the information is collected, if required to do so by law.

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd's various web sites set out in specific detail how personal information is treated.

Queries
Any questions relating to Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd's Privacy Policy should be directed to Mr Dale Gosbell, DMS Operations Manager at:

Maxgaming NSW Pty Ltd
PO Box 6687
Silverwater NSW 2128.

For more information about the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000, go to privacy.gov.au.


Privacy Policy (pdf/116KB)

 
 


 


Quickchange fee increase
1 Jul 2018
As of the 1 July 2018, subscription and ‘pay as you go’ Quickchange fees will increase by 2.1% in line with CPI.

Security update
10 Nov 2014
An old security protocol used by web browsers called SSL version 3 (or SSLv3), has been known to exhibit a security vulnerability on other websites. As a result, we will no longer allow SSL version 3 to be used for security when accessing the Quickchange website.

What does that mean for you?

Most Quickchange users will already be using a newer, more secure method of security called TLS (which has been around since 1999). For these users, disabling SSL version 3 will have no impact.

If you do get an error message when ‘signing off’ a Quickchange application you might need to enable TLS in your web browser. To do this in Microsoft Internet Explorer, click on Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced, then scroll down to the ‘Security’ section and tick on ‘Use TLS 1.0’, ‘Use TLS 1.1’ (if available) and ‘Use TLS 1.2’ (if available).

Please call the helpdesk on 1800 307 551 if further assistance is required.