“Personal information” is defined as any information recorded in any manner, form or medium that can be used to identify or contact a specific individual.
Sask Sport collects, and is responsible for, personal information that has been voluntarily provided by the website user (i.e., through online forms, email requests, etc.) in a fair and lawful manner. Web users can visit the Sask Sport website without telling us who they are or revealing any personal information about themselves.
We collect personal information in connection with the provision of our services. We also collect certain information directly by your access of our Site. Generally, we can collect customer information in the following ways:
Personal information provided to Sask Sport via email or by completing a web form will be assessed by Sask Sport employees for suitable response and handling of request and personal information. Such information may be collected, retained and used by Sask Sport in the same manner as other Sask Sport correspondence. For example, provided information may be used to keep stakeholders informed and up-to-date on Sask Sport activities and news.
Information that we collect purely based on your use of our services or the site will be used to improve functionality of the Site and understand users behaviours when accessing the Site. Sask Sport will not seek to match IP addresses to identifiable individuals, unless we are required by law to do so or we are investigating detected or suspected security breaches or other illegal behaviour, and we need to do so in order to carry out the investigation.
Sask Sport does not rent, sell or trade any personal information that it collects. Unless it is permitted or required to do so by law, user-provided personal information will not be transferred by Sask Sport to unaffiliated third parties without the approval of the user. If at any time, individuals wish to be removed from Sask Sport correspondence, they can email email@example.com to be removed from the mailing list.
We will provide you with access to the personal information that we hold about you. If you want to access your personal information, write to our Privacy Officer. The contact information for this office is located at the end of this Policy. Generally, there is no cost to access your personal information. However, in some circumstances we may charge reasonable costs. If that is going to occur, we will notify you first and ask if you still want to proceed.
If some of the information that we have collected about you is inaccurate or otherwise incorrect, show us how it is wrong and we will correct it. To ensure that your personal information is accurate, please let us know when changes to your personal information arise.
We will keep personal information only as long as is it necessary to provide the relevant services and to meet legal or regulatory requirements. When your personal information is no longer required we will destroy it in a secure and confidential manner.
Security is very important to us. We take reasonable security precautions to ensure that your personal information is not compromised. This includes (but is not limited to):
We also want to point out that the internet itself is not a secure method of communication and we cannot guarantee that the privacy or security of personal information submitted over the internet will not be compromised. No security protection can protect against every circumstance.
Just as you play a vital role in ensuring the security of your home and your possessions, you too share in the responsibility for ensuring that your personal information is adequately protected. While we take measures to protect the security and privacy of your information, there are important steps that you should take to help protect your information when accessing our Services.
To protect your information, you should consider and adopt the following “best practices”:
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