Information Hear Better Niagara Gathers and Tracks
We gather two types of information about users:
Use of Personal Information
Hear Better Niagara strictly protects the security of your personal information and honours your choices for its intended use. We disclose your information to no third parties unless it is specifically stated otherwise. We may use third party contractors to help us operate our business and the sites or administer activities on our behalf, and may share your personal information with these contractors for those limited purposes. We use your information solely to fulfill services, transact a purchase, and help us improve our website and product offerings to you. Notwithstanding any other provision to the contrary, Hear Better Niagara reserves the right to cooperate with Federal and/or Provincial officials in any investigation relating to any purported illegal activity (ies) and, when required by law, regulation, legal process or government requests, to disclose any personal information furnished by you or collected by Hear Better Niagara to law enforcement authorities or other relevant or related third parties.
Some of the features on this Website allow you to communicate with us using an online form. If your communication requests a response from us, we may send you a response via e-mail. The e-mail response or confirmation may include your personal information, including your name, address, etc. We cannot guarantee that our e-mails to you will be secure from unauthorized interception.
Accessing and Correcting Your Information
You may contact us if you wish to view, edit, or delete your personal information from our database, and we will use commercially reasonable efforts to accommodate your request. You may also contact us if you believe that any inaccurate or inappropriate information has been obtained or provided to others through your use of this Website.
Your Rights under the Personal Information Protection & Electronic Document Act (PIPEDA)
Under PIPEDA we must obtain an individual's consent before collecting, using or disclosing an individual's personal information. People have the right to access their personal information held by an organization. They also have the right to challenge its accuracy. Personal information can only be used for the purposes for which it was collected. If an organization is going to use it for another purpose, they must obtain consent again. Individuals should also be assured that their information will be protected by appropriate safeguards.
Consistent with The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC), we will never knowingly request personally identifiable information from anyone under the age of 13 without requesting parental consent.
Cookies and Other Automatic Data Collection Technologies
As you navigate through and interact with our Website, we may use automatic data collection technologies to collect certain information about your equipment, browsing actions and patterns, including:
Links to Other Websites and Services
The Hear Better Niagara websites may contain links to other sites that are not under our control. These Websites have their own policies regarding privacy. You should review those policies when visiting the Websites. Hear Better Niagara has no responsibility for linked Websites and is not responsible for the content of any such site. Hear Better Niagara provides these links solely for the convenience and information of our visitors.
Hear Better Niagara operates secure data networks protected by industry standard firewall and password protection systems. Our security and privacy policies are periodically reviewed and enhanced as necessary and only authorized individuals have access to the information provided by our customers. Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we do our best to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information transmitted to our Website. Any transmission of personal information is at your own risk.
Last Updated: March 2015