- What does “Personal Information” mean and how is it collected?
“Personal Information” is information about an identifiable person. That is, information that can be used to identify you as the user of our site, such as your name, first name, residential address, email address, or your phone number. Rest assured that no personal information is collected on the Site without your consent. In certain special circumstances, but always in an honest and lawful way, either when registering to our various personalization services (including when using the single sign-on of our Social Network Partners) ), e-mails and online advertising contests, Wave SENC requires that you enter your last name, first name, address, e-mail address and certain other Personal Information in an on-screen form. Thus, when Vague S.E.N.C. ask you for such information, you are always explicitly and previously informed and you are informed that you give us information that will be the subject of a set of operations relating to the collection, registration, use, modification, retention and destruction of such Personal Information. Wave S.E.N.C. will provide you with the means to verify that your personal data are accurate and up-to-date. In addition, Vague S.E.N.C. may ask you, via such forms, if you are interested in receiving information about other services, contests or news about Wave S.E.N.C. or its partners. You will always have the choice to decline this request or to discontinue a subscription to a personalized service that you have previously chosen. We may also automatically collect general anonymous information relating to your use of the Site, such as the date and time of your visit to the Site and the pages of the Site you are viewing. Our servers may also collect information about the type of browser you use, as well as the IP address of your computer and the name of your Internet service provider. This information is not Personal Information but rather Navigation Information, and we refer you to the “Navigation Information” section below to better understand our policy on this. It is also possible that your email may be depersonalized (hashed, according to certain procedures) so that it can be added to the navigation data.
- How is Personal Information used?
The collection of Personal Information simply allows Vague S.E.N.C. to be able to give you a service more relevant to your needs, to improve the content, the interface and the characteristics of the Site based on the information collected, to contact you in the event that you win a prize and, if you have indicated the desire, from time to time, to send you information by e-mail. These usage data are also used for control purposes and aim at improving the use.
- Is Personal Information shared with third parties?
It is important to note that we will not transfer, sell or otherwise disclose your Personal Information in any way to any third party, including our advertisers, other customers or partners, without first obtaining your express consent. Notwithstanding the foregoing, your Personal Information may be disclosed to: (i) subsidiaries and affiliates of Wave GP, with the understanding that your express consent will be required when providing such Personal Information for any of our pay services or a contest, and (ii) third party companies engaged by Vague SENC to store or process this information in the name and on behalf of Vague S.E.N.C. according to contractual agreements guaranteeing the confidentiality and security of this Personal Information. Please note that Vague S.E.N.C. may use the services of third-party companies located outside of Canada. As a result, and even though Vague S.E.N.C. requires these third parties to maintain the confidentiality and security of the Personal Information in accordance with the standards set out in the Law, it is possible, in some rare cases, that the laws in force in these foreign countries allow the communication of Personal Information to judicial authorities, quasi-judicial or governmental.
- Do we receive Personal Information from third parties?
When you use single sign-on from our social network partners (Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, and Google), we may receive your email address, as well as your public profile information that includes your name, the profile photo , your age range, gender, country language and other public information. Wave S.E.N.C. will not require you to use this service to authenticate. If you want to control the shared information you can get more information on the following pages: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=applications, Twitter: https://twitter.com/login ? redirect_after_login =% 2Faccount% 2Fsettings, Yahoo: https://login.yahoo.com/config/login?.done=https%3A%2F%2Flogin.yahoo.com%2Faccount%2Fpersonalinfoet Google: https: // myaccount. google.com/intro/privacy
- How and for how long is Personal Information kept?
Personal Information collected by Vague S.E.N.C. are stored in servers inaccessible to the public and are protected by security measures corresponding to their degree of sensitivity. So, rest assured that security measures protect your Personal Information from loss, theft, unauthorized access, copying, use or modification. To protect the privacy of your personal information, Vague S.E.N.C. maintaining administrative, technical and physical safeguards to prevent unauthorized access, use, modification and disclosure of personal information in our custody and control. We will only retain Personal Information to the extent that it remains necessary or relevant for the purposes stated in the Policy or as required by law.
- Is our protection of your Personal Information limited?
Notwithstanding the foregoing, and despite our goodwill and our measures put in place, no transmission of data on the Site or on the Internet in general is completely guaranteed or secure. Consequently, we can not assert, justify or guarantee that your Personal Information will be protected against loss, misuse or modification during transmission, and we can not accept any responsibility for Personal Information provided by you, including third parties. could use or misuse, if the Personal Information were intercepted while being transmitted over the Internet or if we were hacked. In short, the only situations in which Vague S.E.N.C. may disclose Personal Information, in addition to those expressly provided by law, are the following: (a) at the request of a legal authority or in good faith considering that such action is required to comply with any applicable law or regulation , (b) to intervene in a lawsuit, for the prevention of fraud, to protect or defend the rights or property of Wave SENC or users of Wave S.E.N.C., and (c) to intervene, under extreme circumstances, to protect the personal safety of users of Wave S.E.N.C. or the public.
- Can you access or request your personal information?
- What do “Navigation Information” mean, and how is it collected?
“Navigation Information” is general information about your navigation activity or device. For example, information about your IP address, your history (such as the time and duration that you visited the pages of this site), the content of these pages, the number of clicks you make, your type device, the site you come from and the site you are leaving from, your general geographic location (your country or province), as well as your hashed email, as well as the advertisements and videos you visit on the site . The Navigation Information is depersonalized, so we do not use it for the purpose of discovering your identity (by pairing or otherwise). They are only used for the purposes described below. Navigation Information is collected using cookies, which are small data files that are written to the hard drive of your electronic devices (such as your computer, tablet or mobile device) while you are browsing. This site. These cookies are automatically transmitted by the server of this site to the browser of your device (Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla, etc.) and are archived, by default, on the hard disk of the latter.
- Who collects the Navigation Information?
The Navigation Information is or may be collected, in whole or in part, by (i) us, Vague GP, its subsidiaries and affiliates (hereinafter “we”) and (ii) certain companies with which we cooperate with commercial or non-commercial purposes (such as our advertising partners, content partners, companies that may acquire some of our assets, service providers, solutions or technology platforms related to this site) (“Partners”). In addition to Wave S.E.N.C., it is possible that Partners collect Navigation Information and may establish or analyze your use of our Sites in order to improve their quality. In this case, only aggregated activity or historical data is used. This collection includes, but is not limited to, the domain name, the IP address, the type of browser and system you are using, the language of your browser, your geographical location, your request, your interests and your preferences. The data we collect and our Partners are said to be “non-sensitive” and are in a de-personalized form. In addition, our Partners are required by law to adhere to accepted principles of privacy and to respect their own privacy policies. For this purpose, we invite you to consult the following pages which are those of some Partners to get acquainted: Google (google.com/analytics) DoubleClick (doubleclick.net), Omniture (http: //www.adobe. com / privacy.html? promoid = JZEGB), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation), Krux (http://www.krux.com/privacy/) as well as Cxense (https: //www.cxense.com/about-us/privacy-policy) If you want the “Remarketing Connection Cookies” feature to be turned off on our Partner pages, you can opt out of them. For example, a Google site visit (www.google.com/settings/ads) will allow you to opt out of interest-based ads on this partner’s site, you can do the same with Facebook (https : //www.facebook.com/about/ads) or IAB (http://optout.networkadvertising.org/#/) as well as https://www.cxense.com/preferences?optOutStatus=false. For Google Analytics analytics cookies, you can block the collection of your data through the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/. These deactivations will not eliminate the distribution of ads, but will instead stop receiving targeted ads. Is the Navigation Information shared with third parties? Without your consent, we will not disclose the Navigation Information to third parties other than our Partners and certain companies affiliated or related to Wave SENC, in the manner described in question 2 and for the same purposes as those described in Question 4. In addition, in such a case, we will then take all available measures to ensure that they use the Navigation Information in accordance with our instructions and in compliance with this Policy, the laws and any other appropriate security measures. and confidentiality.
- How are Navigation Information used?
This information is collected to enable us to: (a) to generate statistical data concerning our level of readership, the performance and use of our sites and their contents and the type of person for whom they are of interest; (b) improve your browsing experience. For example, the data on your browser (ie language, timezone and extension module) will be available by default for your subsequent visits to this site so that you do not have to enter repetitively, some parameters of your own; and (c) to provide you with advertisements in connection with your interests, such as advertisements relating to the sites and contents you have consulted. Although we are not a member of the “Choice Pub” program, we encourage you to visit their website at youradchoices.ca to learn more about online behavioral advertising and your options as a consumer.
- How and for how long are the Navigation Information kept?
The Navigation Information may be stored on our servers, the servers of our service providers or, where appropriate, on the servers of our Partners. They are kept only for the time required to achieve the purposes described above, after which this information is erased.
- How can you avoid collecting your Navigation Information?
Except for any express action on your part, navigation on this site means that you consent to the collection of Navigational Information in the manner and for the purposes indicated above. However, you can, at any time, from your browser, simply erase the cookies on your computers or completely disable the feature that stores or archives cookies on this site. Some features also exist to allow you to disable some cookies and keep only the cookies you want. If you are interested, refer to your browser settings. If you choose to disable these cookies, you will still be able to access the information on this site. This deactivation will however ensure that this site will treat you as a new user at each of your visits and that only random and non-personalized advertising will be broadcast to you. However, some advanced features of this site may be unintentionally affected, some witnesses ensuring the interrelationships between the various pages of it. If this deactivation affects your navigation, we invite you to communicate, at any time, with us through our contact information available on this site.
- What happens when you click on an ad or link posted on this site?
When you click on an ad or link displayed on our site, you will be redirected to the advertiser’s or a third party’s site and you will leave this site. The advertiser’s or third party’s website has its own Navigation Information Policy which may be different from ours, and possibly its own cookies. Once removed from our site, our Shipping Information Policy no longer applies and you will be governed by the policies of the new site you are visiting.
- Can you access or correct your Navigation Information?
Yes, you can access the Navigation Information about you or request a correction by submitting a written request to this effect to email@example.com. However, we will be able to respond to your request only to the extent that we have a personal file about you (which is the case when you have us or you agree to provide us with personal information) and we can associate you specifically to Navigation Information about you. September 12, 2018