1. Collection and Use of Personal Information
2. Disclosure of Personal Information
Unless we obtain your express consent, we do not sell, rent or share your personal information to third parties except with the Fondation Jean Lapointe network or internal service providers that we use to facilitate or outsource one or more aspects of our website management. These internal service providers are subject to confidentiality agreements and other legal restrictions prohibiting them from using the information we provide them for any purpose other than to facilitate the specific activities using outsourced data, unless you have explicitly agreed otherwise or have given your permission. We may be required to provide personal information in response to an order issued by a court, required by a governmental organization by subpoena, or where it is required otherwise by law. We also reserve our right to report to law enforcement authorities any activities that we believe, in good faith, to be illegal. We may share certain personal information when we believe such communication is reasonably necessary to protect the rights, property and security of third parties as well as our own.
3. Security Measures
We take reasonable security measures to protect your personal information against unauthorized access. Please be careful when you send your personal information to the Fondation Jean Lapointe. Emails are generally not a secure means of information transfer. Therefore, we cannot ensure that this information will not be lost or used fraudulently and we invite you to use an email encryption program to contact us.
4. Laws Governing the Protection of Personal Information and Jurisdiction
6. Contact Information for Questions or Concerns
Unless otherwise prohibited by law, we take all reasonable steps to functionally delete your information from our databases upon request, although we may keep a copy for archival purposes as long as necessary, in accordance with applicable laws on data protection and privacy. We will respond to your request to update or delete your personal information or access to them, within thirty (30) business days. You may be asked to confirm your identity and provide other personal details (securely) to help us answer your request prior to providing you with any information, correcting any inaccuracies or deleting any information.
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Cookies are harmless and can be read and deleted at any time. Thus, you have absolute control. Cookies provide important data for our marketing department. This information enables us to count the number of visitors that use our Fondation Jean Lapointe web application and determine the duration of their visit. When you use the Fondation Jean Lapointe Facebook application, a cookie file is created and stored on your computer, enabling us to “recognize” you every time you use the Fondation Jean Lapointe application.