Last Update : November 9, 2023

The purpose of this policy is to inform you of the practices adopted by Salutt Inc. to ensure the confidentiality of your personal information.

  1. Collection of personal information

Salutt Inc. collects personal information in order to provide you with quality services.

Several tools are used to measure Web traffic, analyze visits to a Web site and ensure the proper functioning of Salutt Inc. services. Using cookies, the following companies may collect information about your navigation on Salutt Inc. websites:

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a web analytics service that provides basic statistics and analytical tools. This data helps with search engine optimization.

The information is stored mainly in the United States. Google may share this information with third parties if required to do so by law, or when processing data on their behalf. The information is also shared on Salutt Inc.’s Google Search Console account.

Google’s cookies are also used to gather demographic and interest-related information. This information cannot be associated with an individual. Google will never link the information collected with any other data or information it maintains.

For more information on the information collected by Google and how it is used, please consult its Privacy policy and terms of use.

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  1. Description of personal information collected

In the course of its activities, Salutt Inc. may collect the following personal information:

  • identification information (e.g., profile photo, postal and e-mail address, telephone number, date of birth, marital status, driver’s license number);
  • information to confirm your identity (e.g. username, password);
  • financial information (e.g. banking information);
  • digital interaction information (e.g. website, application, chat service, text messaging, social media site);
  • device information (e.g. IP address, virtual private network, proxy server, device type and operating system);
  • information about your approximate location that is generated using your IP address when you visit Salutt Inc. websites;
  • information about your browsing preferences and habits, such as the pages you visit and use.
  1. Purposes for which personal information is collected

Your personal information is used for the following purposes ong others::

  • provide access to online services and resources
  • generate statistics to improve user experience
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  1. Categories of persons who have access to personal information

Salutt Inc. ensures that only authorized personnel have access to personal information. They may access only the personal information required to perform their job, and only if access and use are authorized by Salutt Inc. and the law. As the case may be, the following categories of persons may have access to some of your personal information:

  • Customer service personnel.
  1. Moyens par lesquels les renseignements personnels sont recueillis

Means by which personal information is collected :

  • Cookies and audience measurement

Salutt Inc. collects personal information using cookies for audience measurement and statistical purposes.

  1. Description of measures that can be taken to refuse the collection of personal information and possible consequences

It is possible to configure your browser to block cookies, but this may affect your browsing experience.

To manage cookies in general in a particular browser, consult the following pages:

You can also manage cookie storage in general by modifying the settings on your smartphone:

Google Analytics: You can prevent Google from recording information about your browsing by installing the Google Analytics deactivation browser add-on on your computer.

Microsoft Clarity: You can deactivate Microsoft Clarity telemetry by selecting Microsoft in the list of options, or you can install an application on your browser to select your deactivation preferences.

  1. Rights of access and rectification, contact details of the person responsible for the protection of personal information

You can contact the Privacy Officer, Karl Alex Bissainthe, at [insert e-mail address] to find out how to make a request for access to or rectification of your personal information.

  1. Categories of third parties to whom personal information may be disclosed

In the course of its activities, Salutt Inc. must sometimes entrust your personal information to third parties whom it mandates to perform certain tasks or functions on its behalf. In accordance with the law, Salutt Inc. may disclose your personal information to third parties without your consent:

  • service providers who process your personal information on our behalf, such as data hosting services
  • payment service providers;
  • collection service providers;
  • its external legal advisors;
  • to regulatory authorities, government departments and agencies who request it under powers granted to them by law, or when the information is required for the enforcement of a law;
  • to police services if the information is required for an investigation they are conducting, or if the information is the subject of a search warrant or production order;
  • a court order.

 

  1. Possibility of personal information being disclosed outside Quebec

In the course of its activities, Salutt Inc. may disclose your personal information outside Quebec without your consent. In accordance with the law, the disclosure of personal information outside Quebec is made following the completion of a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA).

 

  1. Brief description of the measures taken to ensure the confidentiality and security of personal information

Depending on the case, the following measures are taken to ensure the confidentiality of a manual or mechanical file:

  • control of people entering and leaving the premises;
  • physical control of premises and installations;
  • control of document use;
  • control of procedures;
  • confidential destruction;
  • signature of confidentiality agreement;
  • personnel integrity checks.

As the case may be, the following measures are taken to ensure the confidentiality of a computer file :

  • preventive control of file access;
  • data verification logs;
  • software verification rules and practices;
  • measures related to computer tools;
  • file verification rules and practices;
  • confidential destruction;
  • signature of a confidentiality agreement;
  • personnel integrity checks.
  1. Contact details of the person to whom any questions relating to the privacy policy may be submitted

Should you have any questions regarding this policy, you may contact the Privacy Officer:

Karl Alex Bissainthe, at [insert e-mail address].

  1. Privacy complaints

If you wish to file a privacy complaint, you may contact the Privacy Officer:

Karl Alex Bissainthe, at [insert e-mail address].

  1. Date of entry into force and date of most recent update, if applicable

This Privacy Policy is effective as of November 9, 2023.