What Personal Information About You Does Matawa First Nations Collect?
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) or Personal Information is information that can be traced back to an individual to establish identity. Examples of PII include your name, home address, telephone number, email address and social insurance number. If other pieces of information are linked to PII, they also become PII. For example, if you use a nickname to chat online and give out your real name while chatting, your nickname becomes PII when linked with other PII.
Generally, you may browse our Web Site without providing any PII. However, we may ask you to provide PII, such as when you complete a survey or participate in polls. Your PII will not be used for any purpose other than to provide you with the requested services.
Other Information Matawa First Nations Collects
Automatic Data Collection (Anonymous Browsing): As with most Internet sites, the Web Site collects a variety of technical data, including your IP address (a unique number that identifies your access account on the Internet), domain, and Web browser information. We do not log the specific identity of visitors. Technical data is used only to create broad demographic summaries of Web Site usage and Web Site activity (such as average time spent and pages viewed) to assist us in providing useful content that is tailored to be of most value to our users. For example, we use the information to: give the developers of the Web Site information that is useful in determining appropriate new features, content, and services; and to provide partners and clients with aggregate – not individual – information about our user base. Information about individual users is not shared with any third party without consent.
Our Web Site uses “cookies”. This technology allows users to move more quickly through our site. Cookies are small text files that a Web Site can use to recognize repeat users and facilitate the users ongoing access to and use of the site. Generally, cookies work by assigning a unique number to the user that has no meaning outside the assigning site. We do not record any PII in cookies or store any information about your movements on the Internet outside of our Matawa First Nations Web Sites. You can choose to decline cookies (e.g., by setting your browser to reject cookies), but if you do, some parts of our Web Site may not operate properly. Web logs are maintained by this Web Site.
How Matawa First Nations Uses and Discloses Your Personal Information
We use the PII you provide about yourself to supply the service you have requested, to contact you about our programs, products, features or services or for other purposes disclosed at the time of collection. For instance, we may send you an email newsletter or send you information about an upcoming contest or movie. If you do not wish to receive this information, please notify us at Matawa First Nations and we will remove you from our database.
Matawa First Nations will not share your PII with third parties in ways unrelated to those described below without providing you with an opportunity to opt out of such use, or otherwise prohibit such unrelated uses.
Matawa First Nations will disclose and provide access to your PII when legally required to do so for the purpose of cooperating with police investigations or other legal proceedings, to protect against misuse or unauthorized use of our Web Site, to limit our legal liability and to protect our rights or to protect the rights, property or safety of visitors of this Web Site or the public.
Matawa First Nations may also sell, transfer or otherwise disclose user information, including PII, in connection with a corporate merger, consolidation, the sale of substantially all assets, or other fundamental corporate change.
Third Party Links
All personal information provided to us is securely stored on our servers. Matawa First Nations has reasonable physical, electronic and managerial security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse and interception by third parties of the information under our control. For example, we limit the number of individuals who have physical access to our database servers, as well as use electronic security systems and password protections that guard against unauthorized access. However, complete confidentiality and security is not possible over the Internet. We assume no liability for any damages you may suffer as a result of interception, alteration or misuse of information that is transmitted or collected over the Internet. You transmit or provide such information at your own risk.
Consent to Transfer
Matawa First Nations Web Site is operated in Canada. If you are located in the United States of America, European Union or elsewhere outside of Canada, please be aware that any information you provide to us will be transferred to Canada. By using our Web Site, participating in any of our services and/or providing us with your information, you consent to this transfer.
Note to Parents/Children’s Privacy:
Protecting children’s privacy is important to us. We request that Web Site visitors under 13 years of age not disclose or provide any PII without the consent of their parent or guardian.
You may request access to your personal information and information about our collection, use and disclosure of that information by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject to certain exceptions prescribed by law, you will be given access to your personal information within the time prescribed by privacy laws, and you will be entitled to challenge the accuracy and completeness of the information. If the information is incorrect or out of date, you may request that we amend it as appropriate.