In addition to personal data, when browsing “web based” applications, data in the server log file stores the IP address, date, time, and pages visited by the user. Information stored on the server is confidential and is used in full compliance with the law on personal data protection.
IP addresses are not related to anything personally identifiable. This means that user sessions can be traced, but users will remain anonymous.
Email addresses, phone numbers or other information provided by visitors may be used to send them information, respond to requests for information, and / or requests or questions of any other nature.
To communicate more effectively with visitors to this site, visitors may be required to provide personally identifiable information, which may include: name, e-mail address, residential address, phone number, and so on.
The “Canadian Institute of Technology” University College will never sell or market any personally identifiable information voluntarily provided by visitors to the other institutions of higher education, businesses or non-profit organizations through the University College “Canadian Institute of Technology” , such as email address, name, address, phone number, and so on.
At the same time the user declares that he gives his consent for the further processing of the information provided by the ICT only for the internal use of the institution and only for the purpose for which the user has voluntarily declared his personal data. At any moment after the user has voluntarily provided the information required in these specific areas, the latter is entitled to access this data and to request their correction, through a request to the ICT.
“Canadian Institute of Technology” may provide third parties with information provided by web site users if:
- “Canadian Institute of Technology” is required or is authorized to share with others the information in question based on the applicable law, court decisions or an act of a public or regulatory authority;
- The “Canadian Institute of Technology” shares with others the information in question to protect property rights, or the security of the “Canadian Institute of Technology”, its staff and students, as well as any other individual.