The information in this privacy statement applies to personal and other information collected on ccc.govt.nz.
You can browse the website without providing any personal information. The website does not automatically collect any personal information about you.
However, when you visit this website we automatically log some non-personal information, namely:
This information cannot be used to identify you and will be used only for the purposes of system administration, reporting within the Council, and to audit the use of the site.
We fully understand that some people do not want their online activity to be tracked even if it is being used anonymously.
The following links/information shows you how to opt-out from each service we use:
The Christchurch City Council webcasts and holds records of its public meetings. This is in the public interest to have transparent and accessible decision-making at public meetings.
The footage will be publicly available and can be accessed on our website. The Council holds the information through its agent Tandem Studios.
Most of the filming will cover elected members as they speak and debate at the meeting. The filming may also include shots of the public in the background and anyone speaking at a public forum.
The Christchurch City Council is required to comply with the provisions of the Privacy Act 1993. Personal information is collected, held and used in accordance with the principles set out in that Act.
The Council has a detailed Privacy Statement that provides clear guidance of how personal information can be collected, used, retained and shared.
You can ask us to confirm whether we hold any personal information about you, and you may request access to or correct your personal information by emailing us at email@example.com. Your right to access and correct any personal information we hold is subject to the Privacy Act. You can also request information under the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 by contacting the Council(external link).
If you feel we have breached any of the principles set out in the Privacy Act or have a privacy issue you wish to discuss, please contact us via:
Phone: 03 941 8999
If you believe there is a privacy dispute we cannot resolve, you can make a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner, who can investigate potential breaches of the privacy principles. You can contact the Privacy Commissioner by:
Phone: 0800 803 909 (Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 3:00pm)
By Post: Office of the Privacy Commissioner, PO Box 10094, Wellington 6143