Personal information means information about an identifiable individual, not including business contact information, i.e. information that would allow an employee to be contacted at their place of business. For example, personal information includes such things as your home address and telephone number, your date of birth, your personal e-mail address, your credit card information and other financial information about you.
What are the purposes for the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information?
Discovery Harbour collects, uses and discloses your personal information only for identified purposes with your knowledge and consent. We identify these purposes to you at the time we collect this information. Some of the purposes for which we may collect, use and disclose your personal information on this Site are:
How do we obtain your consent?
We obtain consent to collect, use and disclose your personal information for the reasonable and necessary purposes set out above. When you provide us with your information, such as for signing up to receive emails about new business developments, you are consenting to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information for these purposes, in accordance with the principles outlined in this policy.
The Site uses Cookie technology to make your use of the Site more convenient. A cookie is a text file which enables the Site to store information about your activities on the Site, or the length of your stay. Any personal information that is collected by the cookies will be used only on an aggregate basis, which means that we take the identifiers off the information, and use it for statistical purposes to assist us in enhancing your online experience, or to evaluate the success of promotions that we may carry on through the Site. The Site does not collect your personal or financial information from your computer, nor does it place persistent cookies on your computer. The Site will not put cookies on your hard drive. You have the option to disable cookies associated with the Site, however this may affect your use of the Site and your ability to access certain features of the Site.