Privacy is very important to us. In order to be transparent with you, we’ve created this page where you can learn more about the information we collect from you and how we use it on our website.
By visiting our website, you give us your consent for collecting and using your personal information. We will not sell it to any third parties or advertisers under any circumstances and will only use it for contacting you if needed and sending you important updates about the website.
What Information Do We Collect?
If you want to comment on any of our posts, you’ll have to leave us your name and email address. This is a bare minimum, and we use this information to get in touch with you if needed.
We also collect your IP-address. This is a unique number that is used as an identifier for your PC on the Web. An IP-address is automatically collected by our web servers and helps us identify your devices on your future visits.
How Do We Use Your Personal Data?
When you choose to subscribe to our newsletter, we can use your email for sending you the information about new blog articles and reviews as well as for notifying you about the changes in our terms and conditions according to Canadian law.
Do We Sell Information Collected on This Website?
No. We’re the sole owner of any Personal Data you may share with us, and we do not sell it to third-party organizations except those that are necessary to fulfill your request.
How Can You Control the Information You Share with Us?
As the Data Subject, you have the right:
- to have access to the Personal Data we collect about you;
- to make corrections to your Personal Data;
- to copy or transfer your Personal Data;
- to revoke consent from using your Personal Data;
- to erase your Personal Data from comfynorth.ca.
If you wish to revoke consent and delete any of your Personal Data from our website, you have to contact us via the email: [email protected] and state that you would like your Personal Data removed. Once we receive your email, we’ll delete any information and inquiries you provided to us as soon as technically possible. Note that you will be denied further use of the Comfynorth website after that to ensure that we don’t process your Personal Data.
How Is Your Personal Data Protected?
We take necessary precautions to process your Personal Data. Whenever you give us sensitive information, we process it through a secure internet connection. You can verify this by checking if there’s a closed lock icon at your address bar or looking for ‘https’ at the beginning of the address of the webpage.
We also transfer your Personal Data through an encrypted SSL-connection, which protects it from unauthorized third-party access.
Are Children Allowed to Use Our Services?
No. Children under the age of 14 are not eligible to use our services and we do not allow submitting any personal information to us. If you’re a minor, please use Comfynorth only under the guidance of your parents or guardians.
Along with collecting and processing the data you gave us, our website utilizes the ‘cookie’ technology. A cookie is a small piece of code that our website will download on your computer if your web browser’s settings allow for that.
- the last page you visited;
- the average time spent on the website;
- your search preferences;
- clicks on links.
We save this information to understand your preferences better and adjust our content and advertising so it fits those preferences better.
Also, cookies help us identify some technical details:
- the type of your device;
- the version of your operating system;
- the browser you use.
These are important for developing our website and making it more user-friendly.
So, we use these cookies for improving your user experience, i.e. increasing the page loading speed and saving your requests in the search bar to auto-fill them later.
How to Adjust Cookie Preferences in Your Browser?
Most modern web browsers allow you to adjust cookies you share with websites or completely turn off cookies from any website.
If you want to manage your cookie preferences, you can do this via the links below:
Note, though, that turning off cookies from Comfynorth may limit some interactive features of our website.