Privacy Policy and Terms of Service

Privacy Policy

Contact information

We ask for your contact details when you choose to apply to be a member. We do not sell, circulate or otherwise release your personal contact details to any third party without your permission. If you believe that this has happened, or you wish to update your contact details, simply send us an


Our web server logs all access to the site. This is done for security reasons and to gather statistical information. Further, a record of all logged-in actions and changes within the WordPress dashboard will be recorded in an audit log with the WP Security Audit Log plugin. The audit log also includes the IP address from which the site was accessed.

Removal of Personal Data

If you have personal data on this site that you would like to be removed, please send an email to Your request will treated as a formal request. It will be recorded in the Guild's correspondence archive and honoured as soon as possible.

Note that removal will be done using an automated feature to delete a user’s personal data upon verified request. Deleted data is permanently removed from the database. Erasure requests cannot be reversed after they have been confirmed.


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Terms of Service


Users of this site are expected to comply with the following agreement. Members who cannot agree with or who breach the agreement may be excluded from login rights. Visitors in breach of this agreement may be blocked from access.

You agree:

  1. The Wooden Boat Guild of Tasmania Inc. (the Guild) is a safe environment for people to learn, share and socialise. You agree not to verbally or physically harass or assault any member in any way whatsoever.
  2. The Guild is inclusive of anyone no matter who they are. You agree not to discriminate against any member on the basis of age, gender, ethnic origin, sexuality, illness or anything else.
  3. You understand that the acceptability of behaviour is in the judgement of the recipient of that behaviour, that individuals' judgements may vary and that any particular behaviour is acceptable only if it is acceptable to all concerned.
  4. You understand that unacceptable behaviour with respect to other members includes, but is not limited to:
    1. Communication that demeans, devalues or is derogatory towards another person’s gender, sexuality, physical appearance, body size, class, appearance, race, religion, language, age, disability, and/or socio-economic status.
    2. Bullying, stalking, following and deliberate intimidation.
    3. Photography or other media recording of individuals without consent, including capturing online activity.
    4. Disrupting or hijacking conversations.
    5. Inappropriate non-consensual physical contact, or unwelcome attention of any kind.
    6. Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behaviours.