Personal Information – Collection and Use
Personal information is any information about an identifiable individual. When you visit the CIH Canada web site, you do so anonymously – there is no need to tell us who you are. If you direct an enquiry to CIH Canada, we may ask you to provide your name and mailing address or e-mail address for the purpose of responding to your enquiry. Only those who “need to know” will have access to the personal information provided. We do not use this information for any other purpose.
In order to provide you with services offered through our website and requested by you, we may require that you provide personal information. Some of the purposes for which CIH Canada may collect, use and disclose your personal information are:
- When you create an account on the website, we will ask for your name and e-mail address so we can create the account. If you provide us with the name of your organization when registering, we may display your name to other members of your organization to make our online booking process more effective. Therefore, it is important that you let us know if you leave your organization so that we can ensure your name does not continue to be displayed in connection with it afterwards.
- We may occasionally use the information we collect to notify you about important changes to the website or new CIH Canada services we think you’ll find valuable.
CIH Canada does not intend to use any personal information provided by visitors for any purpose that is inconsistent with the purpose for which the information was provided, as stated on the webpage.
CIH Canada logs HTTP requests to the CIH Canada web server. These logs record the IP address of site visitors. An IP address is the number automatically assigned to the computer or to the ISP (Internet Service Provider) requesting a URL. CIH Canada cannot identify you from this information. Log files are archived and used for systems analysis, maintenance and site evaluation.
During user interaction with our Internet site, we may use a browser feature called a “cookie” to store information anonymously and track user patterns on the website. A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that identifies your browser – but not you – to our computers each time you visit our web pages.
Please contact our marketing team: firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments, questions or concerns.