This information is stored and used by SADC for technical and statistical purposes. It is used to count the number of visits, the most frequently visited pages, the technology used by visitors, the referring sites and the country of origin of visitors.
A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer. Cookies store information that is used to operate the sites. Only we can access the cookies created by our website.
You can control your cookies using your browser.
INFORMATION SENT BY E-MAIL, TELEPHONE OR WEBSITE FORM
The SADC is committed to ensuring the protection of confidential information entrusted to it. If you voluntarily communicate personal or otherwise confidential information by e-mail, telephone or Web site form, we use only the information required to enable SADC staff to respond to your message or follow up on your request. Electronic correspondence is treated with the same confidentiality
measures as other written documents.
INFORMATION ACCESSIBLE BY SADC PERSONNEL DURING THE PERFORMANCE OF THEIR DUTIES.
In compliance with the new law, each member of our staff is responsible for ensuring the protection of confidential information entrusted to them, and for complying with all policies established by the organization.
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ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Once we have properly identified you, you may request access to the personal information we hold about you, as permitted or required by law. In some cases, a written request from you may be required. To exercise these rights, you may contact us using any of the means of communication listed in the “Access to documents or protection of personal information” section.
RIGHT OF OBJECTION AND WITHDRAWAL
We are committed to offering you the right to oppose and withdraw your personal information. The right of opposition is understood as being the possibility offered to Internet users to refuse that their personal information be used for certain purposes mentioned at the time of collection. The right of withdrawal is understood to be the possibility offered to Internet users to request that their personal information no longer appear, for example, on a mailing list.
To exercise these rights, you may contact us using any of the means of communication listed in the “Access to documents or protection of personal information” section.
The personal information you transmit to us is kept only for the time corresponding to the purposes for which it was collected. A retention schedule has been created to enable us to manage the life cycle of this information and to identify the length of time the data is kept, as well as the reason why it must be kept for a given period.
The personal information you transmit to us is destroyed after the period identified in the retention schedule.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS POLICY
If you have any questions regarding this policy, we invite you to contact us using one of the means of communication presented in the “Access to documents or protection of personal information” section.
PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS OR THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
The person responsible for the application of the Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information is also responsible for ensuring compliance with this policy. If you have any comments or complaints about non-compliance with this policy, you may
contact Rhonda Perry by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS