This web site is owned and operated by Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster
President & CEO: Martin J. Yuill
Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster
DNA Building, Block B, Suite B101
1600 West Bank Drive
(705) 748-1011 ext. 7005
Collection of Information
Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster only collects the information through this website that you provide us with, and only for the purposes of making business connections initiated by you. This information may be collected through email correspondence, telephone conversations, or filling out forms on our website. Again, this information is only collected voluntarily when you provide us with information about yourself, your business, or organization for the purposes of doing business with us. The accuracy and content collected is solely contingent upon what you voluntarily provide to us.
Usage of Information
The information collected by Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster will be used solely for the purposes of carrying on ordinary business conduct, as requested and authorized by you, as indicated above. We will not send or deliver any unsolicited communications or communications outside of the reasonably prudent conduct of a business relationship. The information we collect will be used to create customer profiles for our records only, to be used during the course of our business dealings.
We do not disclose, reveal, share or otherwise disseminate any personally identifiable details about yourself, your business or organization to any third parties. We will only do so if required to do so by law or within the course of legal undertakings.
Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster is committed to the security of your personal information that we may collect online or offline. We have taken reasonable precautions to protect this personal information from loss, misuse or alteration. Any third parties who may have roles in managing such information on behalf of our company are also committed to the same principles.
Monitoring Web Site Traffic
Like most web servers on the Internet, our hosting servers maintain access logs that record web browser activity. These logs associate an Internet Protocol (IP) address with each request for content from the servers.
Often this IP address is the address assigned to a visitor’s personal computer. (This IP address may be temporarily or permanently assigned to an individual computer by an Internet Service Provider or by a business’s own network administrators). Alternatively this IP address may represent the network gateway of an Internet Service Provider or business network, rather than an individual computer.
Server logs, including these IP addresses, are used by Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster to analyze web traffic. Data from these logs help us to understand what information and services are of most interest to visitors in order for us to market ourselves as beneficially as possible.
In the case of abuse of our web site, we may report the IP address of a suspected abuser to the appropriate law enforcement authorities.
Use of ‘Cookies’
Our web hosting servers are able to use “cookie” technology to keep track of the browsers with which they are communicating. During a cookie transaction, a web server will hand a browser some data prescribed by the web site’s developers. The browser will return that data with its next request for content from the web site. Using this technology, it is possible for an application running on a web server to distinguish one web browser’s activity from another.
The Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster web site will make use of such cookies when required to identify ongoing sessions with individual online visitors. This includes associating a particular visitor with his or her own “shopping basket”; allowing online purchases or payments; preventing abuse of online surveys and questionnaires; and providing customized content and user-interface features to visitors who have specifically requested such services.
Links to Other Web Sites
Where the information you are providing to us is sensitive, your consent must be expressed. The following are examples of expressed consent:
Sending an e-mail requesting information about a product or service
Joining our e-mail list
The manner in which your consent is granted may vary depending on the sensitivity of the information that you are providing to us. Where the information is less sensitive, implied consent will be considered appropriate.