This explains LabourLawOnline.ca's policy for the collection, use and disclosure of personal information.
LabourLawOnline.ca believes that privacy is crucial for the ongoing success of Internet commerce. Our status as an Internet merchant requires us to have a stringent policy regarding all of the information that we collect.
Your use of this site constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions. If you do not agree with these policies, please cease using this site immediately.
These terms were last revised on June 24, 2002. LabourLawOnline.ca reserves the right to amend these policies from time to time. If such amendments affect how LabourLawOnline.ca uses or discloses personal information already held by us in a material or adverse way over and above previous express or implied consent, we will contact you to obtain consent.
Notwithstanding the terms of this policy, the collection, use and disclosure of personal information may be made outside of the terms herein to the extent required by the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, and other relevant Canadian legislation in effect from time to time. These exemptions include, without limitation, publicly available information or information disclosed for criminal or civil investigations or compliance with law or court orders.
LabourLawOnline.ca takes reasonable precautions to ensure your privacy based on the terms contained in this policy. We use reasonable efforts to prevent unintended disclosures by such means as hackers and other unauthorized individuals, and inadvertent or illicit employee actions.
Cardholder Provided Information
Our electronic commerce service requires that cardholders provide contact information (including without limitation: name, address, city, province, postal code, country, telephone and email) and credit card information (including without limitation: name on credit card, credit card number and expiry date) and ordering information.
This information is collected and used only to process subscriptions, for internal accounting and other procedures.
LabourLawOnline.ca's subscription form requires subscribers to provide contact information (including, without limitation: company name, contact name, address, city, province, country, postal code, telephone number, fax number and email address) and general information (including without limitation, whether the subscriber's organization is unionized and whether the subscriber requests to be notified of other services offered through LabourLawOnline.ca).
We use information collected to send subscribers information about LabourLawOnline.ca, to contact subscribers for various reasons and for internal accounting and other procedures. Information is used for login validation purposes and to support the ongoing provision of service.
Information Automatically Collected
Our web site keeps track of usage data, such as the source address, your IP address or domain name, the date and time of the page request, the referring web site (if any) and other parameters in the URL.
The IP addresses we collect are not linked to personally identifiable information. They are collected in order to better understand web site usage in the aggregate so that we know what areas of our web site users prefer.
Sharing of Information
Certain information submitted through the online credit card service is not shared with third parties, except with credit card companies necessary to complete a subscriber's credit card transaction.
LabourLawOnline.ca acts as an intermediary between the subscriber and the subscriber's credit card company. Credit card companies are responsible for their own privacy polices and for maintaining privacy and confidentiality for all information we provide them. If a subscriber has any questions or concerns about the privacy policies of those parties, it must contact such parties.
Except as stated above, LabourLawOnline.ca does not share personal information with any third parties.
Contact Us / Email Inquiries
No information sent to LabourLawOnline.ca via email or the website inquiry form is used for any reason other than to respond to and maintain a record of the inquiry. This information is not sent to third parties or retained for mailing list purposes.
Opt out / Correct / Update
LabourLawOnline.ca gives subscribers the following options for removing their information from our database, for cancelling future communications, for cancelling our services and for changing their information on our database:
1. Send email to info@LabourLawOnline.ca
2. Phone (204) 956-0515
250-141 Bannatyne Avenue
Canada R3B 0R3
Phone: (204) 956-0800
Fax: (204) 956-0515