PrivacyProtection and respect of your privacy on thesuburban.com, property of the The Suburban Newspaper. The Suburban Newspaper appreciates the concerns you may have with respect to the circulation of personal information on the Internet and, with your collaboration, wishes to address these issues. This is why we feel it is important that you fully understand the type of information we collect from you when visiting thesuburban.com along with its intended use. Please read the following sections carefully. We also strongly suggest that you refer to this section periodically for changes or updates. Please be assured that thesuburban.com will not collect any personal information without your prior consent. The collection and processing of personal information
When?The collection and processing of personal information takes place under very precise conditions and at specific times. When registering for our various personalized e-mail services, or for participating in online contests, placing an ad, or signing up for thesuburbandeals.comthesuburbandeals.com or thesuburban.com/mall, thesuburban.com requests that you enter your name, postal address, e-mail and other personal information by filling out an online form. At these very specific times, and prior to entry, thesuburban.com will explicitly advise you that the information that you are about to submit will be processed and be subject to a host of data collection practices including saving, storing, editing, detailing, archiving and destruction. thesuburban.com also provides, within reasonable limits, means to verify the accuracy and to update your personal information. As well, on certain online forms, the The Suburban asks you if you wish to receive information on other services, contests or news about the The Suburban, The Suburban Deals, The Suburban Deals and its partners. You are always given the option to decline such offers or to end your subscription to a previously requested service.
Why?The collection of personal information allows thesuburban.com to provide services relevant to your needs and, in the event that you win one of our contests, it allows us to reach you. It also allows us to send you, from time to time, requested information by e-mail.
Who?It is important to note that the thesuburban.com will never disclose your personal information with sponsors, advertisers, partners and other clients without your permsisson. Your personal information can only be accessed by the The Suburban. If ever we request information for another purpose, you will be automatically and explicitly informed at the time such information is requested. We will never disclose any personal information to parties outside of the The Suburban without your explicit prior consent. Furthermore, please be advised that all personal information collected by the The Suburban is stored in server sectors that are inaccessible to the public. Despite the above, at any time, you may request that the The Suburban end its use or planned use of your personal information. In summary, the following are the only times at which the thesuburban.com may disclose your personal information: upon request by a legal authority or in good faith when such action is deemed necessary (a) in order to abide by applicable laws or regulations or to intervene in a lawsuit against the thesuburban.com; (b) in order to protect or defend the legal or property rights of the thesuburban.comthesuburban.comircumstances, in order to protect the personal safety of thesuburban.com users or the safety of the general public.
Be careful!thesuburban.com contains links to third-party websites; these are provided solely for your convenience. Clicking on these links will take you outside of thesuburban.com. Please be advised that thesuburban.com has no control over these third-party sites and, while thesuburban.com may feature such links, thesuburban.com or the The Suburban will not, at any time, accept liability for these sites. Consequently, personal information that you provide to a website outside of the The Suburban is subject to the privacy protection policies of the given third-party site. In the event of abuse by such sites, the thesuburban.com cannot, at any time, be held responsible. Therefore, we strongly urge you to carefully read the privacy protection policies of all third-party sites you choose to enter. We also wish to inform you that the risks associated with the supplying of personal information in a chat room, via e-mail or on a Web-based message board are not covered by our privacy protection policy; thus, you must be extremely careful if you choose to supply personal information through these means. You are submitting this information at your own risk. Indeed, this information may be collected and used by third parties without your prior consent. In other words, if you choose to provide personal information online and this information is available to the public, you may, eventually, receive unsolicited e-mail from third parties. The Suburban and thesuburban.com declines all responsibility in this regard. We urge you to remain cautious and vigilant, at all times, on the Internet.
Securitythesuburban.com and the The Suburban have set up security measures to protect you from the loss or unauthorized use of your supplied personal information. As well, our thesuburban.com and The Suburban servers are equipped with firewall technology. Despite these measures, and given that no technology is foolproof, we must advise you that there will always remain a certain amount of risk and that your personal information may be disclosed, without your consent, unintentionally, and without fault on the part of the The Suburban. The Suburban declines any responsibility in the event that such confidential information is disclosed, unless caused by negligence on the part of the The Subrban. Protection of children and teens on the Internet Children and teenagers are increasingly using the Internet and discovering its many advantages. However, as is the case in many other environments, their greater vulnerability may be targeted for crime and exploitation. This is why we urge you to monitor the Internet use of your children and teenagers and provide them with advice on security and recommendations based on common sense. Such measures will often prevent your children and teenagers from being exposed to offensive content, or from becoming victims of harassment or other criminal acts. To reduce these risks, as a parent, you should exercise a reasonable amount of supervision of Internet use by your children and teenagers. They should be told to never give out their personal information, such as their name, address or phone number, on any Internet forum. It is also important that children and teenagers be encouraged to share their concerns with you in the event that they receive disturbing or provocative messages. These recommendations will help your children and teenagers surf the Internet in an informed fashion and allow you to ensure that they fully benefit from the learning and development possibilities that exist online.