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Terms & Condition

Terms & Condition

This is the Terms & Condition for Deaf Literacy Initiative:

It describes what information we collect. And how we use and share that information

  • If you accept and agree with our privacy policy, use our site.
  • If you do not agree with this privacy policy, stop using our site.

Please read carefully before using our site.

Deaf Literacy Initiative follows the Canadian Federal and Provincial privacy laws and rules including the Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act.

Our promise to you:

  • We will keep your information safe.
  • We will get only the information needed.
  • We only share your information with people directly involved.

This privacy policy shows our promise to protect your privacy. We promise to have a safe website for everyone who visits. DLI believes in protecting the privacy of children.

  • We do our best to never ask for personal information from children.
  • We do not allow children to register.

Links on our site:

This privacy policy is for our site only.

You will see links to other websites on our site.

  • They have their own privacy policy.
  • Their privacy policy can be different.
  • If you want to know more about their privacy policy, you must read it.

The website links on our site are for your information.

  • Deaf Literacy Initiative is not telling you to visit the linked websites.
  • We are not responsible for the linked websites.

What personal information does DLI collect about you?

* You do not need to register to use our site.

If you register for our emails, newsletters, webinars, conferences or other events on our sites, we collect:

  • your name
  • your email address

If you buy resources and/or tickets for events on our site, we collect:

  • your address
  • your credit card or debit information (we do not keep it on file).

We collect the information you give us from surveys and feedback forms.

How does DLI use information they collect about you?

Your personal information helps us improve our site. We use it to develop content and for research.

We collect Google analytics.

This means:

  • We count page views and mouse clicks.
  • We can see the city you live in, but we can’t see your IP address.
  • We know the operating system you use:
  • Windows or Mac
  • If you use your mobile phone to connect to our site, we can see the Mobile operating System:
  • Apple, Android, etc…
  • We can see the browser you use
  • Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari
  • We look at:
  • how many of our resources and events interest people
  • how many visits we get to different areas of our site

We will learn which resources and events to keep, improve or develop.

How does DLI communicate with you?

We will only send you the information you asked to receive.

  • We use your information to reply to you.

How is your information shared?

We share your personal information with people who work with our site. In our agreement with them, it says they must follow our privacy policy.

  • If the law tells us to share your personal information, then we may have to share it:
  • like a court order
  • If you report a problem, we may have to share your information with a government agency:
  • like the Canadian and/or International regulatory authorities

We use companies from outside of Canada.

  • Different countries may have different laws about sharing personal information and your privacy.
  • We must follow their laws.

  • We may have to share storage and processing information with government authorities from outside of Canada.

How do we protect your information?

  • We keep all personal information in secure networks.
  • We scan our site for security holes and malware
  • Only a few people have access
  • We keep your information until we don’t need the data anymore.

Can you remove personal information?

  • Yes, send us an email and we will delete all information about you.

Do you use Cookies?

  • Yes, send us an email and we will delete all information about you.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small data files.

  • When you visit a website, your computer downloads them and saves them.
  • Most websites, including our site, use this technology to provide and improve service.
  • We use cookies to remember your favourite settings.
  • Cookies help give you a better internet connection to our site.

You can turn off cookies in your browser, but if you do some areas of our site may not work.

How will we tell you about changes to this policy?

We will post any changes to this policy on this page of our site. This will make sure you always know about the information we collect about you, how we use and share that information.

How do you contact DLI?

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please contact us:

Deaf Literacy Initiative

PO Box 95

Georgetown, Ontario L7G 4T1