We want to be clear with you about the way we use your information.
While we want to be able to custom-fit your experience as we communicate with you in order to point you to the information you are interested in, we also want you to know how we do this. Please keep reading as we explain our process. After all, we want to contribute to the health of our society’s ecology of trust.
Cardus knows you care how information about you is used and shared, and we will always use your information carefully and sensibly and ensure that it is protected. We only collect information about your activity on our website and information you choose to give us – and we will never sell any of it to a third party.
If you would like to see the information that you have given Cardus, you can contact our Communications Officer Rachel DeBruyn at email@example.com. You can also ask us to change or delete that information at any time.
Wait, what is a cookie?
What do you do with this information?
We collect aggregate web analytic data that helps us improve our website and communications. We also collect individual data that gives us an idea of what new Cardus research, news, or events might interest you. For example, if you sign up for our newsletters, cookies allow us to custom-fit your emails to point you to the issues you care about.
How secure is information about me?
We work to protect the security of your information during transmission by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software, which encrypts information you enter.
If you make a purchase, we reveal only the last five digits of your credit card numbers when confirming an order. Of course, we transmit the entire credit card number to the appropriate credit card company during order processing.
It’s also important for you to protect against unauthorized access to your password and your computer.
Conditions of use, notices and revisions
If you choose to visit Cardus.ca, your visit and any dispute over privacy is subject to this Notice and our Conditions of Use, including limitations on damages, arbitration of disputes, and application of the law of the province of Ontario. If you have any concern about privacy at Cardus.ca, please contact us, and we’ll try to resolve it.