Collection of Information
When you access and use the Web Site, our web server automatically collects certain technical information (“Technical Information”) about your visit to the Web Site, including your Internet Protocol (IP) address, referring IP address, the internet browser and the operating system used by you, and information on what web pages on the Web Site are accessed or used by you.
If you wish to access and use certain information, material, products and services offered by Corridor, including those offered on or through the Web Site, Corridor will require that you set up an account (“an “Account”) with Corridor and provide certain information about yourself (“Personal Information”). In setting up your Account, Corridor may require that you provide some or all of the following Personal Information: your full name, mailing address (including postal or ZIP code), e-mail address, employer, job title and department, telephone and facsimile numbers, user name and password. In addition to the information above, if you wish to purchase products or services, Corridor will require your credit card number and associated information, or if billing to a purchase order account, any financial information necessary to be approved for account. Corridor may also receive and collect information about you from other parties, including the third party vendors featured on the Web Site. The Technical Information and the Personal Information will be used by Corridor for the purposes set out below in the Use and Disclosure of Information section.
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Use and Disclosure of Information
Corridor operates in various jurisdictions around the world, either virtually or through a local office or through an affiliate or subsidiary (each affiliate or subsidiary hereinafter referred to as an “Affiliate” and collectively as “Affiliates“), and in the course of its business operations will transfer or share information from one jurisdiction to another between its various offices or among its Affiliates. Corridor and its Affiliates may also store and process information in a jurisdiction other than the jurisdiction in which the information was collected. You acknowledge and agree that Technical and Personal Information may be transferred or shared from one jurisdiction to another between Corridor offices and among Corridor Affiliates and that such information may be stored and processed by Corridor and its Affiliates in a jurisdiction other than the jurisdiction in which the information is collected, including, without limitation, in Canada, the United States and the countries comprising the European Union.
The information that is collected, stored and processed in the course of its business operations is used for a number of purposes, including processing the transactions you engage in with or through Corridor, providing customer service to you, communicating with you, informing you of or providing updates or upgrades to products or services, customizing and facilitating your use of the Web Site, improving, modifying or developing products and services, and marketing, including direct marketing of products and services offered by or through Corridor (including those of third parties) through the distribution (by e-mail or otherwise) of catalogues, advertisements or other publications to you. Corridor will also use Technical and Personal Information about you and aggregate it with Technical and Personal Information about others, such that no person is individually identifiable. Corridor will then use this aggregated information for web site analysis, product or service analysis, statistical analysis, or marketing and promotional purposes.
Information about you is important to our business and we are not in the business of selling your information to others. The information that is collected, stored and processed by Corridor will only be disclosed to other parties in the circumstances outlined below.
- Affiliates. Information will be disclosed to Affiliates as described above.
- Agents. Information will be disclosed to a person that Corridor is satisfied has been authorized by you to receive information. Agents of Corridor will only be given access to information required by them in order to perform the services on behalf of Corridor.
- Collection Agencies. Information about you will be disclosed to a collection agency if amounts owing by you to Corridor are not paid within the agreed upon time or such other time as Corridor decides is appropriate, acting reasonably.
- Disclosure for Legal Purposes. Corridor will disclose information about you if required to do so by law, court order or as requested by any other government or law enforcement authority. Corridor will also disclose information about you where Corridor, acting reasonably, believes that such disclosure is necessary or advisable, including when Corridor has reason to believe that the safety of Corridor employees, customers or others is at risk, or if disclosure of such information is necessary or advisable to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing interference with Corridor’s rights or properties, whether intentionally or otherwise, or when anyone else could be harmed in such activities.
- Sale of the Business. Corridor will disclose information about you to a purchaser in the unlikely event that Corridor sells all or a part of its business or if Corridor is acquired by, or merged with, another entity.
- With Your Consent. With your prior consent, Corridor may disclose information about you in situations other than as provided above.
When you visit the Web Site, we place a “cookie” on the hard drive of your computer to track your visit. A cookie is a small data file that is transferred to your hard drive through your web browser that can only be read by the web site that placed the cookie on your hard drive. The cookie functions similarly to an identification card and allows the Web Site to identify you and to record your passwords and preferences. The cookie allows Corridor to track your visit to the Web Site so that Corridor can better understand your use of the Web Site and your interest in the goods and services provided therein so that Corridor can customize and tailor the Web Site to better meet your needs.
Most web browsers are set to accept cookies. However, on most web browsers you may change this setting to have your web browser either: (1) notify you prior to a web site placing a cookie on your hard drive so that you can decide whether or not to accept the cookie; or (2) automatically prevent the placing of a cookie on your hard drive. It should be noted that if cookies are not accepted, you will not be able to access a number of web pages. If you choose not to accept the cookies placed on your hard drive by Corridor, you will not be able to access a number of web pages found on the Web Site.
Corridor endeavors to provide a secure environment in which you can provide and obtain access to information about you. Corridor has security measures in place to prevent the modification, misuse, loss or misappropriation of information about you, including the provision of a secure environment in which the information is stored and controlling access to such information by parties external to Corridor.
One such security measure used by Corridor is assigning you a user identification and password upon setting up an Account with Corridor. You acknowledge and agree that the user identification provided by Corridor to you so that you may access, utilize or otherwise enjoy the Web Site and the password selected by and used by you in conjunction with the user identification to access, utilize or otherwise enjoy the Web Site are to be kept secret and confidential. You shall not disclose the user identification or password to any other party without the express written permission of Corridor. You further acknowledge and agree that you will be responsible for each and every access, use or enjoyment of the products or services and of the content that occurs in conjunction with the password and user identification given to you by Corridor, and that Corridor is authorized to accept the user identification and password as conclusive evidence that you have accessed, utilized, or otherwise enjoyed the products or services or the content.
Withdrawal of Consent
Accountability and Complaints
In the event that you have a complaint with respect to our collection, use or disclosure of information about you, please forward a written statement of your complaint to email@example.com, where we will within thirty (30) days review your complaint and advise you, as to the response to your request, or in the event that we need to extend the time that it will take us to respond to your request, or have to refuse your request, we will tell you why (subject to any legal restrictions) we are unable to respond to your request within the time period.