Collection and Use of Information
We collect information from visitors to the Website and others (each, referred to as an “Individual” or “you”) when an Individual: (i) uses the Website, (ii) contacts CentreCourt with comments or questions and (iii) signs up to receive from time to time email news updates from CentreCourt.
For greater certainty, the information collected by CentreCourt from your use of the Website or as a result of you contacting CentreCourt with comments or questions, includes but is not limited to information collected in our server logs (such as browser type, pages visited, referring page, IP address, date and time stamps, other statistics, and errors), through cookies (such as saving your login information and storing session information), and about the device you are using to access the Website (such as hardware and operating system details).
CentreCourt uses such personal information as is reasonably required to: (i) maintain accurate records; (ii) make the Website more user-friendly; (iii) provide information to Individuals, as requested by them; and (iv) provide the requested services, and as is otherwise required or permitted by law. CentreCourt may use personal information collected by it for additional purposes that may be identified at or before the time that the information is collected.
We may store or process your personal information on servers in jurisdictions outside of Canada, including in the United States of America. While your personal information is in a jurisdiction it may be accessed by the courts, law enforcement and national security authorities of that jurisdiction in accordance with the laws applicable in that jurisdiction.
Disclosure of Information
While CentreCourt typically does not currently share, disclose or sell personal information with other companies or organizations, we may disclose personal information:
Your consent may be express or implied, and given in writing by using or not using a check-off box, electronically, orally, or by your conduct, such as use of the Website.
We protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of personal information with security measures appropriate to the sensitivity of the information, including through the use of physical, organizational, and technological measures and appropriate training of employees. However, it is possible that any information transmitted via the internet may be intercepted by unknown third parties.
When appropriate, you are given the opportunity to: (i) opt-out of receiving communications from us; (ii) remove your personal information from our records; or (iii) elect to no longer use the Website. If you wish to opt-out of receiving further communications, please contact our Privacy Officer by email or phone using the contact information provided below.
134 Peter Street, Suite 200
Toronto, ON M5V 2H2 Canada