TRADGO is a company that values your personal information and how it is handled.
Our Privacy and Data Protection Policy complies with the provisions of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act as well as Law 25. This Policy only governs the TRADGO website. If you visit another website, including, but without limitation, by clicking a link, you agree that the content and operation of that third-party website will be subject to another policy or other provisions. We assume no responsibility for the content of third-party sites nor for their practices relating to the protection of personal information.
The purpose of this Policy is to help you understand our practices regarding personal information. By providing us with personal information via our website, by email, by telephone, or in person, you agree to this information being handled by TRADGO in accordance with what is set forth in this Policy.
We may use Google Analytics, which is a tool for measuring web audiences and analyzing visits to a website. Using cookie files, Google Analytics collects information about your browsing on some or all of the pages of the website. This information is used to improve your experience. In particular, this information includes:
- Your computer’s truncated IP address
- Your internet service provider
- The operating system
- The type and model of the device
- The screen resolution of the device
- The type, language, version, and other data relating to the browser
- The region or municipality, determined based on the IP address
- The domain of the previous site visited
- The point of origin
- The pages viewed on our website
Please note that it is possible to configure your browser to block cookies, but this may affect your browsing experience.
When you share personal information, you agree that it may be transferred, processed, and retained. We do everything in our power to protect the personal information that we collect. In order to comply with any legal order, we may be required to disclose information to third parties. The law authorizes you to access information collected about you. You can submit an access request to know the personal information that we hold by writing to us at email@example.com. You can also request to have this information corrected.
If you have any questions or requests concerning our Privacy and Data Protection Policy, please contact Mr. Raphaël Poirier, partner and privacy and data protection officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.