The Jan Oystrick Team values your privacy. As such, it is the policy of The Jan Oystrick Team that personal information that you provide, such as your name, gender, postal and e-mail address or telephone number is private and confidential. Personal information collected by The Jan Oystrick Team may be used for the following general purposes:
Personal information may be anonymized and consolidated into group data, which may be shared on an aggregated basis with research firms and member Boards and Associations. The shared data will not disclose your personal information and will not enable the recipients to contact you.
THIRD PARTY LINKS AND SOURCES OF INFORMATION
STORAGE AND DELETION
The Jan Oystrick Team at all times adheres to applicable legal or regulatory requirement(s) concerning the storage and protection of personal information. While The Jan Oystrick Team is the custodian of the personal information provided to it, it does use third party service providers. Some of these service providers and the databases where they store personal information are located outside of Canada. You should note that where personal information is located outside of Canada, it is subject to the laws of that jurisdiction in which it is located.
The Jan Oystrick Team collects the e-mails provided through the “Contact” feature of this website, so The Jan Oystrick Team can respond to your questions or suggestions and for security purposes.
Similar to other commercial websites, our website collects information about how our website is used. Each time a visitor comes to the website our web server collects the visitor’s domain name or IP address. The Jan Oystrick Team cannot determine an individual’s identity from only an IP address; however, periodically users may inform The Jan Oystrick TEAM support staff of their IP addresses during the provision of support services. At such time, The Jan Oystrick Team treats such information as personal information.
This website uses Google Analytics, a web and mobile analytics tracking tool provided by Google, for audience activity, demographics reporting, and remarketing. You can opt-out of Google Analytics by installing a browser plug-in available on Google’s website.