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Graphix is committed to ensuring compliance with the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993 and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR).

This Graphix Privacy Policy applies to anyone who visits the Graphix Website or uses Graphix Services. From time to time, Graphix may change this Privacy Policy and will post the changes on the Graphix Website. If You don’t agree with the changes to the Privacy Policy then You may not be able to fully use Graphix Website and Services.

  1. WHAT Graphix COLLECTS
    • Graphix collects from You:
      1. Your Personal Information, including:
        1. Your Sensitive Information;
        2. Your name;
  • Your contact information, including email address;
  1. other information relevant to surveys You participate in and/or offers You accept; and
  2. information about Your preferences and activities on the Graphix Website; and
  1. Personal Information (including Sensitive Information) about anyone else that You give to Graphix.
  • When You disclose Your Personal Information to Graphix, it must be accurate, complete, up-to-date and not misleading. If You give Graphix Personal information about someone else, then You must be authorised to do so and You must tell that person about this Privacy Policy.
    • Graphix collects Your Personal Information only when needed and for lawful purposes connected with performing its functions or activities. You authorise the collection of Your Personal Information from Graphix when You:
      1. use the Graphix Services on Your computer, mobile, tablet or any other electronic device;
      2. create a user account with Graphix;
      3. communicate with Graphix;
      4. enter into any Graphix competitions and/or promotions.
    • Graphix may also collect Your Personal Information from publicly available sources or from Third Parties from time to time.
    • You authorise Graphix to use Your Personal Information (and where necessary), to disclose Your Personal Information to Third Parties for the following Purposes:
      1. for the Purposes of providing You with the Graphix Services, including to:
        1. communicate with You, including to send promotional emails about new services, special offers, promotions or other information;
        2. respond to Your queries regarding the Graphix Website or Services;
  • verify Your identity when You create a user account with Graphix;
  1. administer Your account;
  2. provide You with a good user experience;
  3. develop new Services, features and/or Content; and
  • keep You updated on things that are happening at Graphix;
  1. for internal record keeping purposes;
  2. to the extent necessary to perform the purposes specified in this Privacy Policy and to allow for the operation of Graphix business activities and functions;
  3. for any other purposes You authorise;
  4. for the purpose of Graphix selling all or most of Graphix assets; and
  5. to comply with Graphix Legal Obligations.
  • You agree that Graphix may share Your Personal Information with Third Parties to fulfil business transactions for the purposes specified in this Privacy Policy (for example providing customer services, sending marketing communications, and providing maintenance services).

Graphix will hold Your Personal Information for as long as Your Personal Information is required for the Purposes and for as long as is necessary to comply with its Legal Obligations.


Graphix will use reasonable care to protect Your Personal Information from unauthorised access, use, modification, disclosure, and loss.


In order to provide You with the Graphix Services, Graphix may need to disclose and transfer Your Personal Information to Third Parties located in a different country from where You live. This may include countries located outside the European Economic Area (EEA).  If those countries do not have data protection laws comparable to the data protection laws of Your country of residence, then Graphix will take reasonable steps to ensure that Your Personal Information (including any Sensitive Information) is protected in those countries.

    • Graphix is the data controller for personal data collected by it in the provision of its Services, support and assistance to You as the user. If Graphix uses personal data that has been collected by a Third Party it will process the information as a data processor on behalf of the Third Party that collected Your Personal Information.
    • Request access to Your Personal Information: You have the right to request access to any Personal Information that Graphix holds about You, the right to know the source of Your Personal Information and the processing methods used by Graphix. If Graphix cannot give You access to the Personal Information that You have requested, then Graphix will let You know the legal reasons for not disclosing Your Personal Information. If You are not happy with the legal reasons provided, then You have the right to complain to the New Zealand Privacy Commissioner:
    • Request correction of Your Personal Information: You have the right to request correction of the Personal Information that Graphix holds about You. Graphix will correct Your Personal Information if it is necessarily to ensure that Your Personal Information is accurate, up to date, complete and not misleading. If Graphix decides that it is unnecessary to correct Your Personal Information, Graphix  will let You know the legal reasons for its decision.  If You are not happy with those reasons, then You have the right to complain to the New Zealand Privacy Commissioner:
    • Request to restrict the use and processing of or delete Your Personal Information: You have the right to request that Graphix delete Your Personal Information when it is no longer needed for the Purposes, or withdraw your authorisation for Graphix to use Your Personal Information. You also have the right to restrict Your Personal Information from being processed in the event You consider Your rights and freedoms outweigh our legitimate interests in using Your Personal Information.
    • Data portability: You have the right to request that Graphix transfer Your Personal Information from one electronic processing system to another electronic processing system.

Graphix does not knowingly collect Personal Information from children (as defined by local laws) and does not target its Website and/or Services towards children.

    • If You decide not to give Graphix Your Personal Information, or otherwise wish to withdraw your authorisation at any time, then You:
      1. may not be able to use some of the Graphix Website and Services;
      2. won’t be kept updated on things that are happening at Graphix.

If You think that Your privacy rights have been breached, You can make a written complaint to Graphix at Shane Devlin, or otherwise contact the NZ Privacy Commissioner at

    • A cookie is a small file that can be placed on Your computer, mobile, tablet or any other electronic device when You visit the Graphix Website. Cookies allow the Website to recognise Your device. Graphix may use cookies in order to make it easier to use the Graphix Website and to help Graphix to analyse the profile of visitors and users in order to improve usability and features of the Graphix  Website and Services.
    • There are two types of cookies used by Graphix:
      1. Session cookies. These are used to store information about Your activities so You can move from one webpage to another. These cookies track Your movement from webpage to webpage of a website so that You do not have to provide the same information provided on earlier webpages. Session cookies only remain in the cookie file of Your browser until You close the browser.
      2. Persistent cookies. These are used to store Your preferences to improve Your experience on future visits to the Graphix Website. For example, these cookies can remember log-in details or language preferences so that You don’t have to continually re-enter these each time You visit the website. Persistent cookies stay in the cookie file of Your browser after You have closed Your browser, and activate again when You next visit that website.
    • To enable some of the features and functionality of the Graphix Website, You will need to permit Graphix to place cookies on Your device. If You choose not to, then those features and functionality will not be available to You. You can remove or block cookies by using the settings in Your browser but it may affect Your ability to use the Graphix Website.

Graphix means Graphix Explosion Limited, a limited liability company incorporated under the laws of New Zealand;

“Graphix Services”:  means any products, services, software, Content, features, functionalities and any other services provided to You via the Graphix Website;

“Graphix Website” means the website (or websites) located at operated by Graphix  from time to time;

“Content” means all content delivered via the Graphix Website and Services including all text, software, scripts, graphics, photos, sounds, music, videos, audio-visual works or combinations of works, live streaming, interactive features and other materials;

“including” means “including without limitation”;

“Legal Obligations” means any legal or regulatory obligation that Graphix has under the laws of any relevant any country in relation to the collection, use, disclosure, storage or processing of Your Personal Information;

“Personal Information” means any information that can be used to directly or indirectly identify an individual, and includes Sensitive Information, and references to “Your Personal Information” also includes any Personal Information that You provide to Graphix about someone else;

“Purposes” means the purposes for which Your Personal Information is used and disclosed as specified in this Graphix Privacy Policy;

“Sensitive Information” means information about Your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade-union membership, health or sexual orientation;

“Third Parties” means any person, company, body corporate, entity, governmental or regulatory authority in any country;

“You” means you as an individual and Your has a corresponding meaning.