The Caledon Institute is dedicated to safeguarding personal privacy and considers itself accountable for all personal information under its control. This Privacy Statement is intended to demonstrate Caledon’s commitment to providing open and transparent privacy policies and practices to help inform the public about how we may collect, use, or disclose the information they choose to share with us.
What information is collected
Caledon gathers e-mail addresses in order to provide us with a vehicle for informing you of our recent publications. In addition, our site tracks the name and domain from which you access the Internet, the date and time you access our site and the Internet address of the web site from which you linked directly to our site. We may use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our web site. We use the information we collect to measure the number of visitors to the different sections of our site and to help us make our site more useful to visitors. Under no circumstances will we sell, license, trade, or rent your contact information to or with others.
How we protect personal information
The Caledon Institute makes all commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that information collected is protected against loss and unauthorized access. These safeguards apply to both electronic and hard copy forms of information. All electronic information is protected by standard information technology security techniques, such as firewalls and password protection.
This site contains links to other sites. The Caledon Institute is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites.
Who to contact about accessing or updating information
If you wish to update your contact information, please send a written request to our Office Manager. This will ensure that our contact list is properly updated and remove outdated addresses from our mailing list.
Changes to Privacy Statement
The Caledon Institute reserves the right to make minor modifications to this Privacy Statement in the interest of further enhancing the protection of personal information. If any substantial changes are made, the Caledon Institute will post a notice on its web site.
How to contact us
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the Caledon Institute’s privacy policies and practices, feel free to contact our Office Manager.
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