Search365 Privacy Policy

How Search365 collects, uses and protects personal data

Privacy Policy

Search365 Pty Ltd (Search365) is committed to ensuring the collection, storage and use of personal data retained by it is both lawful and transparent. This Policy outlines how Search365, and its applications including Scout, may collect, use and protect personal data when interacting with the business.

What We Collect

Personal data may be collected directly from you via various forms, registrations and communications, or automatically collected when you interact with our website through cookies and other web technologies. This Information may include your name, address, phone number, email address, gender, date of birth, relationship status, IP address, domain, browser type, operating system, and mobile or other device you use to access the website.

How personal data is Used

Personal data may be used in order to promote and maintain the legitimate business interests of Search365, this includes the purpose of providing and improving Search365 products and/or services. Personal data is also used when consent has been provided and in pursuance of contractual obligations (e.g. providing products or services under an agreement).

Providing Products or Services: Search365 may use your personal data in order to carry out its obligations under any agreement with you, as well as communicate with you regarding matters such as improvements, upgrades, complaints and support.

Improving Search365 Products and Service: Search365 may use your personal data to improve and develop its products or services by assessing things such as usage trends and preferences.

How Personal data is Retained

Search365 retains personal data in accordance with applicable laws and only for the purpose of meeting the needs of the business. Personal data will not generally be retained for longer than required for Search365 to carry out the purpose(s) for which the personal data is collected, unless compliance with legal obligations requires otherwise. You may object to the processing and retention of your personal data. If you believe your rights to privacy have been infringed upon, please contact Search365 on

Personal data collected by Search365 is considered confidential information and therefore stored, maintained and dispose of in accordance with the sensitivity of the information.

How personal data is Shared

Search365 may disclose your personal data, if required for the purpose of providing you with a product or service, to third party providers and processors such as suppliers, contractors, agents, business partners and sub-contractors. Search365 only allows third parties to use your Personal data for the purpose of performing their obligations to Search365 and ensures commercially reasonable steps are taken to have third parties protect your personal data to the same standard as Search365. If required by law, Search365 or third-party providers may disclose your Personal data to an applicable regulatory body or court.

Search365 may only disclose your personal data in other circumstances when you have provided your explicit consent.

Data Security and ISO27001 Certificiation

Security and managerial procedures are implemented by Search365 to ensure appropriate use, prevents unauthorised access and maintains accuracy of personal data. Data security provided by Search365 is in accordance with industry standards and current technology. Additionally, Search365 is certified against ISO27001.

Your Rights

Should you wish to withdraw consent to the use or retention of your personal data, have your personal data removed from Search365 systems, lodge a complaint, receive a summary of your personal data Search365 holds, or receive any further information, please contact Search365 on

Changes to this Privacy

Policy Search365 may modify this policy from time to time without notice with such modification taking effect immediately.