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We know that if we abuse your trust, you won't come back. That's
why we're very serious about your privacy.
Any information provided to us (including personal details,
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the strictest of confidence, and no such information is ever
revealed, given or sold to any third parties whatsoever. Credit
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are stored in encrypted databases. Credit card details provided
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really hate the stuff -- it costs us a fortune in extra web hosting
fees.) If you provide us with your email address (such as for the
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purchases), rest assured that we will never reveal
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Any stories, ideas, or screenplays that are submitted to
Screenplay.com.au, or any of its employees or associates, or discussed
or presented in workshops or with mentors, are bound in confidence
by internal privacy contracts. We do not share your screenplay or
story with anyone, without your express written consent. Naturally,
where others are present (such as in workshops), we cannot control
their actions, but we do our best to foster a respectful environment
where writers' ideas and creative work can be allowed to flourish.
submitted for Coverage are held in confidence, and only the Coverage
itself (and only if favourable) is forwarded to production companies
through the Screenplay Notification Service, and only if you
explicitly agree to it after reviewing the Coverage itself. No one
ever has access to your screenplay without your permission.
very serious on the issue of privacy and confidentiality, and welcome
any queries on the issue.