Collection and Use:
Discover Halifax does not collect information through its website that personally identifies individuals except when individuals provide such specific information on a voluntary basis. Discover Halifax may collect, store, use and disclose personally identifiable information (i.e. information that, when associated with an individual identifies that individual, for example, a customer’s name, address, telephone number, e-mail address or credit card number) for a variety of purposes and services, including the following:
- Registration for contests, giveaways, and other promotions;
- Establishing visitor eligibility for special offers or discounts;
- Registration for electronic newsletter;
- Identifying visitor preferences;
- To respond to information requests;
- Visitor submitted comments and/or suggestions;
- Send free visitor guides, meeting planners and other paper-based or electronic travel information;
- Compile mailing and/or survey lists;
- To determine user habits and interests for the purpose of providing enhanced service in the future;
- Respond to online requests for proposals; and
- Collection and use of client testimonials
Information Sharing and Disclosure:
We will not share your personally identifiable information (your “PII”) to other companies or people except when:
- We have your consent to share your PII;
- We need to share your PII with individuals and/or companies who work with and/or on behalf of Discover Halifax to provide services to You;
- We reasonably believe it is necessary to share your PII:
- to investigate, prevent or take action regarding potentially illegal activity or activity that threatens the network or otherwise violates the Terms and Conditions of the Discover Halifax web site,
- to investigate, prevent or take action regarding situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, or for risk management purposes;
- We are required to disclose your PII by reasons of a court order, subpoena, search warrant, or other legal process or in the case of imminent physical harm to the customer or others; or
- To establish or exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims.
Discover Halifax will not read or disclose to third parties private e-mail communications that are transmitted using Discover Halifax services except as required to operate the service or as otherwise authorized by law or by the sending party. Retention and Destruction: Discover Halifax will destroy, erase or render anonymous information that is no longer required for our identified purposes or legal requirements.
Discover Halifax may also use visitor personal information to investigate and help prevent potentially unlawful activity or activity that threatens the network or otherwise violates the customer agreement for that service.
You may access, correct and delete your own personal information stored by Discover Halifax by contacting our privacy officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to Policy: