Our Commitment to Privacy
Meetingpoint Partnership respects your right to privacy and we are committed to controlling the collection, use and disclosure of the personal information provided by our customers.
What is Personal Information?
“Personal information” is personally identifiable information such as your name, residential address and e-mail address and includes information about your product and service subscriptions and usage, credit information and billing records, service and recorded complaints.
Personal information is collected by Meetingpoint Partnership only when you specifically and knowingly choose to provide it to us. We may also receive personal information from our business partners and other third parties provided that such third parties confirm to us that they have obtained your consent to the disclosure of your personal information.
Publicly available information, such as a public directory listing of your name, address, telephone number and electronic address, is not considered personal information.
Collection and Use of Personal Information
Meetingpoint Partnership collects and uses your personal information for the purpose of providing you with the products and services you have requested from us and to communicate with you about your account. If you indicated that you were interested in receiving offers or information from selected Meetingpoint Partnership partners, sponsors or advertisers, your personal information would also be used to contact you or to send you e-mail materials and other mailings about products and services that might be of interest to you. You always have the option, however, to tell us not to share your personal information or to exclude you from offers for other products or services.
Meetingpoint Partnership may also contact you from time to time to conduct market research and surveys in an effort to continually improve our product and service offerings.
Unless you specifically authorise us to release your personal information, or release is required or permitted by law, Meetingpoint Partnership will not sell, lease or trade your personal information to other third parties.
Anonymous or “non-personal” information gathered by Meetingpoint Partnership through our websites may be used for technical, research and analytical purposes. Information collected through surveys, existing files and public archives may be used to analyse their markets and to develop or enhance service offerings.
Meetingpoint Partnership will only ask for information about you that we need and will only ask for it when we need it. When we ask you for the information, we will explain to you why we need it and what we are going to do with it.
We will seek your prior consent to the collection, use and disclosure of the information as required by applicable privacy legislation. Subject to legal and contractual requirements, you can refuse to consent to our collection, use or disclosure of information about you. You may also withdraw your consent to any further collection, use or disclosure of information about you at any time by giving us reasonable notice. If our intended disclosures or uses of information change, we will notify you accordingly.
Your personal information will not be used for any other purpose without your consent.
To enable us to more efficiently provide the products and services you have requested from us, Meetingpoint Partnership may share your personal information with selected third parties who are acting on our behalf as our agents, suppliers or service providers. Such third party service providers are provided only with such information as is necessary in the circumstances. Information provided to third parties may be used only for the purpose stipulated and is subject to strict terms of confidentiality.
Meetingpoint Partnership uses a browser feature called a “cookie” to collect information anonymously and track user patterns on our website. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your hard disk by a website. “Cookies” contain a unique identification number that identifies your browser, but not you, to our computers each time you visit one of our websites. Cookies tell us which pages of our websites are visited and by how many people.