Information Automatically Collected and Stored
During your visit, we may automatically collect and store “Non-Identifiable Information” about our computer and your visit. Non-Identifiable Information is information that cannot be associated with or traced back to a specific individual. Non-Identifiable Information that may be collected during your visit includes the domain and host from which you access the Internet, the Internet address of any website from which you linked directly to this Website, the date and time you arrived at this Website, how much time you spent on this Website, which pages of this Website you visited, your Internet protocol address, and your computer’s operating system and browser software.
The Fraser Transportation Group Partnership uses Non-Identifiable Information to measure the performance of this Website in order to improve it in favour of its visitors. The Fraser Transportation Group Partnership may entrust third parties with automatically collecting Non‑Identifiable Information on its behalf in order to manage or improve this Website.
Personal Information Voluntarily Provided
“Personal Information” is information that is personally identifiable to you. Personal Information that the Fraser Transportation Group Partnership may collect includes your name or e‑mail address. The Fraser Transportation Group Partnership will only collect, store or use Personal Information when it is voluntarily submitted. The Fraser Transportation Group Partnership uses Personal Information to respond to inquiries and requests of visitors and to maintain, evaluate and improve this Website.
Subject to applicable law, the Fraser Transportation Group Partnership and its Service Providers (as defined below) may disclose your Personal Information:
- to unaffiliated third parties that are under contract to perform services for or on our behalf (“Service Providers”);
- to the acquiring party in the event of a merger, liquidation, sale or transfer of the business to which such information relates, or as part of due diligence to a potential acquiring party for such proposed transaction;
- to persons as permitted or required by applicable law or regulation; or
- to law enforcement personnel and other agencies, or as part of a legal process, in order to protect our property or in furtherance of an investigation regarding a breach of rules and policies governing this Website, unauthorized access to or use of this Website, or any other illegal activities.
The Fraser Transportation Group Partnership takes commercially reasonable measures to reduce the risk of accidental destruction or loss of, or unauthorized disclosure or access to, the information it collects from you.
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