Cookie policy

This online service is bound by the provisions of the Privacy Act 1988 to the users of the online services of Busy Bee Eco Party accessed through the sites of, the home page of the official site Busy Bee Eco Party.


1.1. Browsing data – log files

Information systems and software applications for this web site acquire, while performing their functions, some data (their transmission is implicit in using web communication protocols) which are not directly associated to identifiable Users.

The data collected include IP addresses and the domain names of computers used to connect to the site, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of requested resources, the time of request, the method used to submit the server request, the file size received as reply, the numerical code indicating the response status from the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters about the Users’ operating system and their IT environment.

These data are only processed for the time that is strictly necessary to collect anonymous statistical information on the site usage and to check its correct functioning.

1.2. Data provided voluntarily by the user

The voluntary and explicit act of sending electronic mail to the addresses listed in different sections of our site and filling in specifically designed on line forms entails the acquisition of the sender/user's address and data which will be used for communicating and providing the service requested.

Specific summaries will be provided or visualised in the site's pages prepared for particular services which may be requested.

1.3. Cookies

Cookie definition
Cookies are small text files sent by the browsed websites to the users' terminal where they are stored and later retransmitted to the same sites upon subsequent visits. They may contain, for example, user-selected settings such as language or currency, items added to the on line shopping cart or authentication details (login).

Cookies used on this website
This website uses technical cookies which are automatically installed when accessing the site. These cookies are part of the ASP.NET and IIS technologies and are used to provide correct services.

"Profiling cookies", proprietary or third-party, are not used.

"Performance cookies" (Google Analytics) are used to collect information that cannot personally identify the users but allows the site’s webmaster to improve and optimise its content.


Busy Bee Eco Party processes personal data limited to what is required to provide the services, excludes processing when the purpose can be achieved using anonymous data or uses procedures that allow the user identification only if strictly necessary.

Specific purposes, in relation to single data acquisition, could be described in details for each different communication channel. Here the users will find additional information on the treatment of personal data.


Personal data are processed by automated tools only for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purpose for which they were collected.


The user can provide personal data in the service inquiry forms found on the portal; failure to provide the information requested will prevent the service from being offered.


Personal details provided by the users to receive information (i.e. mailing lists, enquiries, notifications and newsletters, deeds and measures) are processed for the sole purpose of providing the service or fulfil a request and they are only disclosed to third parties if:

  • it is necessary to perform a task (i.e. requested documentation shipping service);
  • disclosure is required by law and regulations;
  • during court proceedings.

Data processing associated with the web services of this website are only handled by Busy Bee Eco Party technical staff in charge.


The party responsible for the processing of identified or identifiable users' personal information, is Busy Bee Eco Party, based in: 17 Alleyne Ave North Narrabeen NSW 2101


The “data subjects”, namely the individuals, corporations, bodies or associations, whose data have been collected, are entitled to obtain, at any time, confirmation of the existence (or absence) of such data and to know their content and source, verify their accuracy, request for them to be completed, updated or corrected, in compliance with the Privacy Act 1988. In accordance with the above-mentioned article, at any time individuals have the right to request cancellation, conversion into anonymous or blocking of data unlawfully processed, and to object, for legitimate reasons, to their processing.