Privacy Statement

Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. recognizes that our users have legitimate concerns about privacy, and are committed to protecting your privacy. This privacy policy sets forth our practices regarding the use of "personal information" we gather from you. "Personal information" is information that personally identifies you, including, for example, your name, address, and email address. This policy only addresses our activities from our servers. Other sites (including those that we link to and third party sites or services which we co-brand, such as content partners) may have their own policies, which we do not control, and thus are not addressed by this policy.

We collect personal information about you only when you specifically and knowingly provide it to us. Your information will be used to personalize your experience within Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. We may make aggregate, non-personal, information about our site's users (e.g. overall statistics) available to third parties for advertising and other purposes, however, information that personally identifies you will be kept strictly confidential and will not be made available to third parties without your explicit permission.

On occasion, Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. may ask you for personal information such as your name or address. We collect this information so we can maintain contact with our users, and track/verify compliance with our policies. This information may also be needed for purposes of compliance with federal, provincial and local laws.

Use Of Cookies

Cookies are pieces of information left in the settings of your web browser to identify your computer to a website when you enter. Whenever a website welcomes you and tailors data to your specifications, it is reading a cookie and identifying information you may have registered during previous visits. Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. uses cookies to record your viewing preferences and allow us to tailor information directly to you. Cookies also help us estimate and report the size of our viewing community and traffic. While these activities depend on the use of a "cookie," visitors to Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. always have the option of disabling cookies via their internet browser preferences.

Users should be aware that when you are on Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd., you could be directed to other sites that are beyond our control. There are links to other sites that take you outside of our service. For example, if you "click" on a banner advertisement, you are directed away from Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. You may also be directed to the websites of suppliers, sponsors, partners etc... These other sites may send their own cookies to users, collect data or solicit personal information.

The use of cookies is an industry standard, and many major Web sites use them to provide great features for their customers.

Policy Changes

Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. may introduce new products and services to its users and members. We reserve the right to modify this policy at any time by notifying customers, via the Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. website, of a new privacy policy. You can send email to us with any further questions: support@itsyndicate.ca

Interactive Technology Syndicate Ltd. Anti-Spam Policy

This sets forth our policy with regard to the use of “Spam” marketing techniques. In the event that we deem you to be in violation of these policies, we shall immediately revoke your access rights and close any active account. We have a strict policy against spamming. We forbid the sending of unsolicited mass Emails or unsolicited Emails of any kind. We reserve the right to terminate your account if we deem you to be in violation of our anti-spamming policies. We consider spamming to be any activity whereby you directly or indirectly transmit email messages to any email address that has not solicited such email and does not consent to such transmission. We also consider spamming to constitute posting advertisements in newsgroups in violation of the terms of participation in such newsgroup, that are off topic, or in newsgroups that do not specifically permit advertisements. We also consider it spamming when advertisements are placed on message boards or in chat rooms when they are not permitted by the terms of participation in such message boards and chat rooms. If you are “spammed” by anyone regarding our products, services, web site, or any other matters, please report this activity to support@itsyndicate.ca
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