We also may collect or receive your information for other purposes that may be described to you at the point of collection or for which you provide your consent, or as permitted or required by applicable law.
We also may use the information we collect and receive for other purposes that may be described to you at the point of collection or for which you provide your consent, or as permitted or required by applicable law.
We also may share the information we collect and receive for other purposes that may be described to you at the point of collection or for which you provide your consent. We may also share the information we collect and receive as permitted or required by applicable law.
Subject to certain legal or contractual restrictions and reasonable notice, you may withdraw your consent for us to use your personal information at any time by contacting our privacy officer at email@example.com. Such withdrawal may affect your ability to use our Services, and could, in certain cases, prevent you from using one or more Services altogether.
Your online access to some of your information may be protected with a password that you select. You should not disclose your password to anyone, choose an easily guessed password, or reuse passwords that you have used for other accounts. Taking steps like avoiding dictionary words or proper names, and adding extra character and punctuation marks can also help protect you. If you believe your password has been compromised, you should change it immediately. We will never ask you for your password in any unsolicited communication (such as letters, phone calls, or email messages).
If you have any comments or questions on policies related to children’s data or about our commitment to protecting your and your children’s privacy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at the address below.
GSL Privacy Office
c/o Legal Department
1177 Hastings St W, Suite 2088
Vancouver, British Columbia
Beacons. Beacons are small pieces of code placed on Web pages, videos, and in emails that can communicate information about your browser and device to a server. Beacons can be used, among other things, to count the users who visit a Web page or read an email, or to deliver a cookie to the browser of a user viewing a Web page or email. These “beacons” should not be confused with “location beacons”, which are small devices in our venues or retail locations that enable alerts (such as a time-sensitive special offer) to be sent to your mobile phone or tablet.