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If you are having problems viewing this page please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protecting your privacy online is very important! To better protect your privacy this Statement explains the way your information is collected and how it is used when visiting this Web site.
I make no effort to identify or collect Personal Information about you when you visit this Web site. You can visit this site without telling me who you are and without providing shuttermoments.ca with any personal information about yourself.
If you contact me using email, I may keep a record of the correspondence but will not make any use of the email address or other contact information, other than to respond to your communication. I do not collect personal information for any purpose other than to respond to you. If you do not want to receive a response from me, just let me know, and I will not send one.
I do not use technologies such as cookies to track, record or maintain any information on users. However, certain Anonymous Site Visitor Information is routinely gathered automatically on Web site activity. This includes data on how many people visit the site, the pages they visit, where they come from, date and time they visit, search words or terms that are passed from a search engine (e.g. Google, Yahoo), the type and version of Web browser and operating system platform (e.g. Windows or Mac) they are using.
Site Visitor Information is collected on an aggregate, anonymous basis, which means no Personal Information is associated with this data. This information is gathered through the use of web server logs. A web server log is a file where Web site activity is stored. Logged information is not disclosed outside of shuttermoments.ca. This information is used to help make the site more useful to visitors, to determine which pages are most requested, to learn about the number of visitors to the site and the types of technology visitors are using.
Logged information is kept indefinitely as administrative and internal research material. Aggregate (completely non-identifying) statistics generated from these logs may be reported as part of research results.
For more information about protecting your privacy on the Internet, see Fact Sheet: Protecting Your Privacy on the Internet on the Web site of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has also posted on their Web site links to other International data protection authorities.
Document revised 2008 January 13