Indigenuity Limited adopts Te Mana Rauranga Charter that outlines the key ideals that underpin our services and products.
Data is a living tāonga (treasure, asset, both intangible and tangible) and is of strategic value to Indigenous peoples.
Indigenous data refers to data produced by Indigenous people or that is about Indigenous and the environments with which they have relationships.
Māori data is subject to the rights articulated in the Treaty of Waitangi and the UN’s Declaration on the rights of Indigenous Peoples, to which Aotearoa New Zealand is a signatory
Indigenuity Limited uses ĀHAU to store your sensitive indigenous data. Āhau is a Whānau Data Platform that helps whānau-based communities (whānau, hapū, Iwi) capture, preserve, and share important information and histories into secure, whānau managed databases and servers.
All data is collected, stored and shared using your own personal devices and your whānau connections. Indigenuity Limited holds access to this storage in order to comply with the New Zealand Institute of Valuers Rules and Code of Ethics.
a. If the origin of data/information collected from clients is specifically from their Iwi, hapū, marae or whānau, we will seek permission to use this data/information in our reports. Examples of this are:
b. If the origin of data is generic in origin or does not specifically identify your sensitive information, then we will use and store the information on the valuation cloud based system. A cloud based system is secure and only available on devices approved by the valuation company. The servers are owned by a private company. Examples of data generic in origin are:
c. Commentary regarding the techniques used in the creation of the tāonga will be included in the report in order to advise your report recipient of intricacy, replication cost and 'value'.
If you prefer to have your tāonga (data/information) stored privately, we will use images that are wide focused and do not show enough detail to replicate any of the tāonga. We do need to use some images to show that we have in fact inspected the property, then to provide enough detail to your insurer/report recipient. To protect your data/information: