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We guard your privacy to the best of our ability and work hard to protect your personal details and information from unauthorised access.

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Q. How will Binder use any personal data or information which is collected by, or is available to, Binder in providing its services?

A. Binder is very careful about any use of personal data. If it is essential that we use personal data in the delivery or your Binder service that use is governed by our Privacy Policy. Our Privacy Policy will be updated or amended from time to time in response to legislative changes and to meet the needs of our Binder users. The current terms are always available and any changes will only be effective upon publication on the website.

Q. Is Binder permitted to access or view any content or personal details of my Binder account?


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A. Binder employees are not permitted to view the content of files you store in your Binder account. Their permissions do allow them to view file metadata (e.g., file names and locations).

In common with most online services, we have to have a small number of senior level employees who must be able to access user data to provide a 'last call' service to Customers in difficulty and meet our legal obligations, but this will be on a rare occasion and then only as provided in our Privacy Policy (e.g. if legally obligated to do so).

Binder has strict policy and technical access controls which prohibit employee access except in these rare circumstances. All access, without exception, is logged by the system and is auditable. In addition, we employ a number of physical and electronic security measures to protect user information from unauthorized access.


Binder ensures that your information is securely stored, backed up and available to the account holder when and where required as long as you have access to an internet connection.

Q. How does Binder ensure that my files are not lost and are available for me to access when I need them?

A. The Binder service in each region will be hosted on a hybrid server network. For the current Australian Region - servers are located within the Equinix Data Centre, Botany, Sydney, and within Binder's own infrastructure in the Pipe Data Centre in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, providing a robust platform for the Binder application.

As other regions are available users will be given the option to select the location that they wish their files to be stored to meet their own Privacy obligations and business requirements. In each case a similar level of redundancy will ensure Binder availability.

Built in redundancy means that the probability of losing a file is practically zero and our data storage service supports 99.9% up-time.

Data Location

We provide you with the ability to control the jurisdiction in which User Data is stored.

Q. Where is Binder User Data stored?

A. Currently Binder is only available in Australia and User Data stored in Binder is located wholly on servers hosted within Australia.

Q. Will that change?

A. Binder will be providing its service in other regions. You will, at the time of registering your account, be able to select where you wish your data to be located.

Q. What do I have to do if I would like to select another location for my data to be stored?

A. If you wish to have data stored in another available Binder location you must register an Binder account with a different jurisdiction or location selected. Binder will store your data at the nominated location and will also have the backup data storage located in the same country/jurisdiction.

Q. What will influence my choice of location?

A. Your choice of location may be influenced by a number of factors such as Privacy Laws, legal compliance, client requirements, business needs or to optimize for latency.

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Q. Will Binder ever move my data out of my selected location?

A. Anything stored in a particular location will never leave that location through any action by Binder. It is possible for User Data to be transferred out of a selected location through the user granting access privileges to a person or entity outside the selected location. It is then possible for that person, using the granted access privileges, to transmit User Data to another location.

Q. What is included in the term, 'User Data'?

A. The term User Data has the same meaning as that term in the Privacy Policy:

'User Data' means the information about or relating to any User, the use of the Binder Services by a User, the content of all documents and media in any form or format, all information, data, code, files or folders that may be accessed, stored, sent, received, edited, synchronised, shared, or in any way managed, by or through the Binder Services however accessed'

Data Availability

All files stored by with the Binder Services are available to you for as long as your account is active.

Q. How do I keep my account active?

A. Your account will be active if your subscription is current and is not dependant on whether you have accessed or used any Binder Service within a specific time. You can have periods of inactivity and still maintain a current Binder account.

Q. What happens to my data if my account is terminated?

A. In the event that your account has been terminated, Binder will advise you that your account is no longer active and give you 14 days from such notice to reactivate your account by paying your subscription or retrieve or remove your files/data from Binder. You will not be able to upload any new files to Binder at any time your account is not active.

After 14 days Binder has the right to delete your data from its primary data storage and to schedule deletion from the backup data storage in the course of its normal rotation/retention practices.


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The security of your information is important to us. Binder enforces high level physical and electronic security to protect users' information and personal details.

Q. What physical security does Binder use to protect User Data?

A. Binder servers are located in high security Data Centres protected by physical security, electronic surveillance and biometric security measures. Access is controlled and is under strict CCTV surveillance.

Q. How does Binder ensure that my information or personal details are not accessed by unauthorised parties?

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A. Firstly, Binder provides you, as the User, control of who is allowed to access and use information. All access is logged and you are able to review details of use and access at any time.

Secondly, Binder User Data is transmitted over a secure channel using 256-bit SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption to ensure that User Data cannot be accessed.

As further protection Binder also implements design principles which obfuscate User Data and render it extremely unlikely for meaningful User Data to be reassembled by an intruder without either User privileges or granted access.

For Users with particularly high security requirements Binder allows storage of User encrypted data - in which case you have responsibility to maintain control and access of personal private and public keys attached to your encryption.

As a measure to ensure that you do not inadvertently delete your own data, Binder will allow you to 'switch on' two-factor authentication requirement for deletion of a Box. This will mean that you cannot inadvertently permanently delete stored data. The two-factor authentication feature, if set, will require you to re- authenticate with a code generated on your smartphone.

Binder monitors developments in security and encryption technologies and continually reviews and updates its processes and procedures in line with industry standard.

Password security

Binder is serious about Password security. The breach of this is the most common way unauthorised access to private information is obtained.

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Q. How does Binder protect against my password being compromised?

A. Binder takes the following steps to enforce password security:

  • 'Strong Password' requirement on registration by Users.
  • User passwords are encrypted in such a way that no Binder employee is able to retrieve them.
  • If a password is lost or forgotten, Users must go through a Password Recovery Process - by supplying additional information or by proving they are able to receive emails at their specified email addresses.

Data Sovereignty

Binder allows the User to select the jurisdiction or location of their data at the time they register their Binder account.

Q. Can Binder ensure that my User Data is always stored by Binder within my selected jurisdiction?

A. Binder will never transfer any User Data outside of the selected jurisdiction. User data will always be stored in the User Account and within the selected jurisdiction. However Binder cannot protect against a User's own actions - e.g. the User granting data access to a person outside of their selected jurisdiction.


Retention of data

Binder will only retain User Data which is necessary to provide you with services or to comply with its legal or contractual obligations.

Q. What is Binder's policy on retaining User Data?

A. Binder will retain your information to provide you with its services. Once you no longer need or require Binder services we will only retain such information as is required to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements.

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Consistent with these requirements, we will try to delete your information as soon as reasonably practical upon request. You should take into account that there may be latency in deleting information from our servers, backed-up versions might exist after deletion and that we do not delete from our servers files you have in common with other Binder users.