Effective date: August 29, 2023
We respect your privacy
GDG Informatique et Gestion inc. (hereinafter, « GDG ») prepared this Privacy and Non-Disclosure Policy (hereinafter, the « Policy ») in order to explain how it uses and discloses the personal information it collects through its Website. In fact, the Policy applies to www.gdginc.com as well as to any and all sub-sites which explicitly post it online or simply refer to it.
Collection and Use of Personal Information
We may collect personal information such as your name, civic address, e-mail address, phone number, and fax number – all of which must be provided freely at the time you request information about our services, ask us questions, subscribe to services, or submit your résumé in connection with a job offer. Such personal information may subsequently be used in order to maintain communications with you in regards to the information you requested or the employment you applied for.
Cookies may be used in order to collect information about your particular use of the Website, which might then help us analyze trends, manage the Website, identify the activities most often performed by visitors, and collect and compile demographic data.
Disclosure of personal information
We may, for corporate purposes, disclose to GDG affiliates some of the personal information we collect by means of the Website.
We may also share such personal information with service providers who act on our behalf (and who, from the outset, have entered into agreements according to which they must disclose personal information in the course of the services they provide and/or in order to comply with legal requirements.
We may, in any event, disclose personal information whenever the law compels or allows us to.
Reporting a breach of privacy
GDG will take seriously any actual or potential security breach related to personal information. Should any individual have reasonable grounds to believe that their (or anyone else’s) personal information has been lost, stolen, used for any purpose other than those it was collected for, or consulted or disclosed without proper authorization, they may contact the person in charge of the protection of personal information by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, who will address the concerns.
GDG will take all security actions, initiatives, and measures in order to prevent (or resolve) any and all incidents involving a breach of personal information.
Responsible government agency
Although you have the right to file a complaint with the Commission d’accès à l’information (also known as the « CAI ») in regards to any failure or misconduct on the part of GDG when it comes to the collection, storage, use, disclosure, or deletion of personal information, we recommend that you discuss any such issue with the PIPM before doing so.
Links to third-party websites
As you may surmise, the Website might contain links to third-party websites that are in no way operated, managed, or endorsed by GDG. Hence, it is understood and agreed that such links are provided for convenience only. GDG hereby disclaims any and all liability in connection with the content of such third-party websites and of their respective privacy and non-disclosure policies. In fact, we strongly recommended that you familiarize yourself with such policies before submitting any kind of personal information to third-party websites.
We have designed and implemented several physical, technical, and administrative measures aimed at ensuring that the personal information you provide by means of the Website is not unlawfully accessed, used, or disclosed.
Access and correction
Please consult our « Contact » page in order to learn more about the personal information you have willfully disclosed through the Website, as well as how to access, update, correct, or delete such information in accordance with applicable legal requirements.
Cookies and server logs
GDG may also use server logs in view of collecting information about visitors. Such server logs might be reviewed for security purposes (including the detection of unauthorized network accesses). In the event where any kind of criminal offense was committed, the rough data provided by server logs (including the IP addresses of visitors) could help identify and track down a specific individual – in which case they may be shared with agencies in charge of the investigation. Neither cookies nor server logs will ever allow one to draw a connection between information collected automatically and personal information provided willfully through the Website.
In addition, on the GDG Website, GDG and its advertising providers (Google and Meta) use embedded pixel technologies to identify unique User visits for conversion measurement. In this way, the behavior of Website visitors can be tracked and the effectiveness of advertisements can be evaluated and optimized for future advertising initiatives. The data collected is anonymous to GDG as the operator of the Website so that GDG cannot draw any conclusions about the identity of users. However, the data is stored by Google and Facebook, who may use this data for advertising purposes in accordance with the data usage guidelines of their respective websites. The use of this data cannot be influenced by GDG as the operator of its Website.
By using the Website or any of its sub-sites, you implicitly agree to the collection, use, and disclosure of your personal information in accordance with applicable law and the provisions of this Policy.
GDG may modify this Policy at any given time, at its sole and absolute discretion, and without the need for any prior notice.
To learn more about GDG policies on privacy, non-disclosure, and personal information (or to gain access to your own personal information), please contact our Person in charge of the protection of personal information.
To the attention of the Personne in charge of the protection of personal information
330, St-Vallier Street E, #023
Quebec (Quebec) G1K 9C5