This notice explains our on-line information practices. By visiting the Huntington Canadian Coalition for Genetic Fairness/Coalition Canadienne pour l’equite genetique at www.ccgf-cceg.ca (and any of its variations) you are accepting the practices described in this policy.
Personal information is any information that can be used to distinguish, identify or contact a specific individual. This information can include an individual's opinions or beliefs, as well as facts about, or related to, the individual. Exceptions: business contact information and certain publicly available information, such as names, addresses and telephone numbers as published in telephone directories, are not considered personal information.
Where an individual uses his or her home contact information as business contact information as well, the Coalition considers that the contact information provided is business contact information, and is not therefore subject to protection as personal information.
Personal information gathered by the CCGF/CCEG is kept in confidence. Staff are authorized to access personal information based only on their need to deal with the information for the reason(s) for which it was obtained. Safeguards are in place to ensure that the information is not disclosed or shared more widely than is necessary to achieve the purpose for which it is gathered. The Coalition also takes measures to ensure the integrity of this information is maintained and to prevent its being lost or destroyed.
The Coalition collects, uses and discloses personal information only for purposes that a reasonable person would consider appropriate in light of given circumstances.
Two types of information are collected:
In addition to information provided by our visitors, we use the normal internet tracking tools associated with standard internet protocols and web-based systems. This system information is typically stored in log files and the information is used for aggregate reporting. Aggregate reporting includes total number of visitors, most visited sections, peak traffic times, etc. Log files are simply transaction records web servers maintain. Those logs are used for recording information, such as:
We use aggregate information gathered from your visit to better design our Web site. This information supplies us with a broad picture of how people use our Web site in order to help us better serve our audience.
The CCGF/CCEG reserves the right to change this policy at any time.