(Last modified Jan 2019)
Our commitment to protecting your personal information and compliance with Canada’s privacy laws are shown through our privacy statement and policy. We also adhere to the rules and principles under Europe’s privacy laws with respect to our collection, use and retention of any personal information transferred from the European Union.
Choice and Use of personal information:
You are not required to send us any personal information to use our websites. You may voluntarily provide us with your personal information here when you:
- Contact Keynote Group through a hyperlinked email address
- Submitting our contact forms
- Subscribing to future updates and newsletter
- Provide any information to our social media accounts
- Apply for an opportunity on our opportunities page
- Submitting forms to view content, such as webinars, guides and more
We use the personal information you voluntarily provide to us for the purpose of responding and/or processing your request. We only ask for personal information if it is needed to provide a service. For example, the personal information you send to apply for a job through our site is used to process and evaluate your application for employment. We retain information for only as long as necessary for the purpose it was collected, or as long as permitted by law.
We do not share your personal information without consent, unless required by law, and only to the extent that is necessary. We do not sell data.
When you visit this website, we use Google Analytics, a third party service, to collect standard internet log information and details of our visitors behavior patterns such as how many visitors we receive on certain pages. No identifiable information is collected by Google. For more information about the use of data through Google Analytics, and how you can control the information that is shared with sites and apps that use Google services, refer to: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites
Cookies and similar tracking technologies
This website uses “cookies”, “web beacons” and similar tracking technologies to provide our users with a personalized browsing experience, and to help us improve the functionality of our site. A cookie is technology that places a text file in your browser which is stored on your computer and acts as a tag to identify your computer. Cookies collect and store information that allow us to recognize you when you return to our website, to determine user preferences of our customers, and to track traffic patterns so that we can improve the user experience and the functionality of our website.
Third-party sites and social media platforms
We are not responsible for the privacy and data practices of third parties, or third party sites that may be linked to this site. You may choose to participate in our social media activity. Since social media accounts are not hosted on Keynote Group servers and are public, Keynote Group is not responsible for the information you share on social media.
This website is not intentionally designed to collect any information from persons 18 years of age or younger. Keynote Group does not knowingly or intentionally collect information about children or minors.
Update or delete your information
It is your right to request access, correction or deletion of any data stored about you. Visitors who choose to register with this Site may correct, update, or delete their user profiles, or unsubscribe from communications at any time by contacting us at email@example.com
Changes to Keynote Group’s Privacy Statement
This Privacy Statement is subject to change; revisions will be noted by the “Last Modified” date.
How to Contact Us
Questions, concerns, or complaints regarding Keynote Group’s Website’s Privacy Statement or data collection and privacy practices may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to:
Keynote Group 66 Lisgar St. Ottawa, ON K2P 0C1