Facebook Privacy Policy

Last updated: 7 December 2020

We are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. This policy covers any information that you share with us as a general inquiry or while browsing our Facebook page. If you proceed to engage us on a matter, your privacy in relation to that engagement will be covered by our standard terms of engagement which we will agree with you at that time.

How is personal information collected?

When you visit our page, Facebook collects, in its own capacity, personal data about you, e.g. via cookies. Such collection of user data by Facebook can also occur even if you are not logged in or registered at Facebook. Information about the data collection and further usage by Facebook can be found in the privacy policy of Facebook.

What user data Facebook collects is not known to Hudson Gavin Martin. Hudson Gavin Martin can only access public profile information. Which information you share as public can be adjusted via your Facebook settings. In addition you can actively hide your “likes” or unlike the page via the Facebook settings. Your profile will then not be listed as a fan of this page anymore.

Hudson Gavin Martin receives from Facebook anonymous statistics based on legitimate interest about the usage of our page. The following anonymous information will be provided to Hudson Gavin Martin: 

  • Follower: number of persons following Hudson Gavin Martin – including growth and development over a defined time frame.
  • Range: Number of people who see a specific contribution. Number of interactions on a post. 
  • Advertisement performance: Based on their engagement with our page, how many people have seen an ad or an article and interacted with it.
  • Demography: Average age of visitors, gender, place of residence, language. 

If you contact us through our Facebook page, Hudson Gavin Martin will collect the personal information that you provide to us, including but not limited to names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers. This type of information may also be collected when you contact us, or ask us to advise you or your client, either by telephone, email, in person or through another communication method.

We will keep a record of the personal information that we collect for as long as it is required to allow us to fulfill those matters that you have provided it to us for and any related purpose.

Why do we collect personal information?

Anonymous statistics about users provided to Hudson Gavin Martin by Facebook are used to improve our Facebook online content and to better respond to the interests of visitors.

Any information which you provide to Hudson GavinMartin through our Facebook page is used for administrative purposes, such as identity checking (and client due diligenceshould you wish to engage us), or for any purpose for which you have provided your information, including contacting you about your potential engagement of us.

How do we use, manage and share your personal information?

All information collected by us will be held at Hudson Gavin Martin’s offices or at secure data centres (either here or overseas) that we use. We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that your information is managed in accordance with what we understand to be good industry practice in New Zealand and will not disclose your personal information except where authorised by you, where required to by law or otherwise in accordance with the Privacy Act 2020.

We may disclose your information to third parties where necessary to help us best fulfil the purposes that the information has been collected for, or in compliance with our legal obligations.  

How can you access and correct your personal information?

Under the Privacy Act 2020 you have the right to access and correct your information if you think any of your details are incorrect.

If you have any queries about this Privacy Policy or your personal information, please contact us:  

PO Box 105900, Auckland 1143, New Zealand
+64 9 220 5600

Updates to this Privacy Policy and Terms of Use:

We may update these terms from time to time and so we recommend that you check these terms regularly. We will advise you that the terms have changed by placing a post on our page and changing the ‘last updated’ date above. Where we update these terms then all information that we hold about you will be treated in accordance with these updated terms. If you do not agree please advise us of this and we will delete that information that we have about you where we can identify you.  



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