For the First Nations Research Foundation, we care deeply about your privacy. It is a fundamental and critical part of our relationship.
We will not collect personal information about you unless we really need it (for example, if you order products or services from us, we will need a way to contact you if we have questions).
You may choose to deal with us anonymously or pseudonymously.
We will never forward, sell, rent, loan, trade, or lease any personal information collected from our clients, including email details, to any third party, for marketing or promotional purposes without your explicit permission. Never.
We engage in strict internal security practices in order to protect our clients. We will always use our best efforts to protect personal information and all related data against any unauthorized use or loss. This includes, but is not limited to, utilization of appropriate encryption technologies to securely transfer personal information. Such personal information is never stored in plain text format and internal transfers of such data are always encrypted. Client data will be accessed only by staff and operating associates trained in our internal security procedures.
The First Nations Research Foundation and its operating associates will not, under any circumstances, willfully expose client data to any third party. The First Nations Research Foundation operating associates are our payment processors, printers and mailers, delivery companies, service associates, security auditors, and systems administrators.
The First Nations Research Foundation pledges strenuously to resist any attempts, legal or otherwise, to compromise our clients’ privacy. If not legally constrained, we will notify our clients if such attempts are made.
The First Nations Research Foundation’s services are not designed to attract children. Accordingly, we do not intend to collect personal information from anyone we know to be under the age of consent.
Links to Other Web Sites
The web site contains links to other web sites. The First Nations Research Foundation is not responsible for the content or the privacy practices of these web sites.
In any automatically-generated electronic correspondence with our customers, they are given the choice to be removed from our database simply by clicking the remove/unsubscribe link at the bottom of all out going messages.
These guidelines are not intended to apply to proprietary, publicly available or public record information, nor to supersede obligations imposed by statute, regulation or legal process.
The First Nations Research Foundation has designated a senior member of staff as Privacy Officer. If you wish to contact the Privacy Officer to request a copy of personal information we hold about you, to request us to delete information, or to update your information, you may contact us by using the details on the “Contact” page of this website.Partager