Protecting your privacy
Krome Studios Pty Ltd ACN 089 762 783, Krome Development Pty Ltd ACN 091 041 146 and Krome Technologies Pty Ltd ACN 091 355 930 (Krome Group) is committed to protecting your privacy. We comply with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the National Privacy Principles set out in the Act. This policy outlines how we manage privacy protection of your personal information.
What personal information  do we collect and why do we need it?
In the course of conducting business as a developer of computer games, we are occasionally sent correspondence including personal information, such as emails with email addresses and postal addresses. We use this information to respond to the correspondence.
How do we collect the personal information?
We collect the information in person, in writing, by telephone, through our website and by other electronic communication channels. We collect this information through our staff.
Who will see or have access to your personal information?
Unless we are required to provide your personal information to others by law, by court order or to investigate suspected fraud or other unlawful activity, your information will only be seen or used by persons working in or for the Krome Group. These people will include our own staff.
Our information systems and files are kept secured from unauthorised access and our staff have been informed of the importance we place on protecting your privacy and their role in helping us to do so.
We destroy or delete your personal information once it is established that we have no further use for it.
What if I want to check what personal information you hold about me?
Subject to any legal restrictions we would be happy to advise you what personal information we hold about you if you request this. If your request is particularly complex or requires detailed searching of our records, there may be a cost to you in order for us to provide this information.
 personal information means information or an opinion (including information or an opinion forming part of a database), whether true or not, and whether recorded in a material form or not, about an individual whose identity is apparent, or can reasonably be ascertained, from the information or opinion.