HOW DO YOU GET MY CONSENT?
When you provide us with your personal information through the contact us form, we assume that you consent to provide your information for contact purposes and allow us to use it only for this purpose.
HOW CAN I REMOVE MY CONSENT?
If after you have given us your consent, you change your mind and no longer consent to us contacting you, collecting your information, you may notify us by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at the following address:
3 Place Ville Marie
Canada H3B 2E3
3. PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED
The personal information we collect is obtained through forms and through the interactivity established between you and our website. We collect the personal information you provide to us, such as your name, company and e-mail address. You can also use a form to provide us with the following information: your telephone number, your country, and your city. We use the information collected for the following purposes: follow-ups and sending documents for download (e.g. white paper).
4. USE OF INFORMATION
We reserve the right to use, internally, all information collected at our discretion, including the right to contact you and answer your questions.
In addition, we use the data collected anonymously to analyze your use of our website and how you use it and to track trends and statistics.
Your personal information will not be transmitted to external third parties. We may disclose your personal information only if required to do so by law.
In accordance with current practices, we may transmit a cookie to your hard drive to analyze your activities on our website. The information which is collected is completely anonymous, cookies cannot reveal your identity. In addition, we will never associate the cookie with your personal information that you provide to us through the contact form.
Also, when you browse our website, we automatically receive the following information:
Identification of your Internet service provider;
Internet Protocol address (IP address);
Type of browser and operating system you are using;
Pages visited, queries and documents downloaded;
The date and time you access these pages.
Vokeso keeps this data for statistical purposes. They are used in particular to count the number of visits, to pinpoint the most visited pages and to know the country of origin of visitors.
6. USE OF GOOGLE ANALYTICS
Vokeso uses Google Analytics as a web audience measurement tool. Google Analytics collects information about your use of this website by means of cookies. Information collected by Google Analytics may include browser type, operating system, IP address, date, time, pages visited, length and frequency of visits, country, and language. The data collected by Google Analytics is used for statistical purposes and reports about users’ browsing on this website.
8. STORAGE AND PROTECTION OF INFORMATION
We retain the information we collect for as long as reasonably necessary for the purposes described in this policy or as required by law, for a longer period of time. We store this information on secure servers and take reasonable steps to protect it from unwanted use, loss, modification or disclosure.
To protect your personal information, we take reasonable precautions and follow industry best practices to ensure that it is not lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, altered or improperly destroyed. To ensure the security of your personal information, we use a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol.
10. CHANGES TO THIS POLICY
If our business is acquired by or merged with another business, your information may be transferred to the new owners so that we can continue to serve you.
11. QUESTIONS AND CONTACT INFORMATION
If you wish to: access, correct, modify or delete any personal information we have about you, file a complaint, or if you simply wish to have more information, contact us by email at email@example.com or by mail at the following address:
3 Place Ville Marie
Canada H3B 2E3
This policy is based on the laws in force in the province of Quebec, where the company’s head office is located, as well as the Canadian laws applicable in that province.