As of February 2, 2023
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FBC collects through the Realizing UNDRIP Initiative website personal information that you voluntarily and knowingly provide to us. If you wish to participate in a program or use a service offered through this website, for example, you may be asked for personal information to allow us to deliver the program or service and communicate with you. Personal information may be collected for administration and delivery of the Realizing UNDRIP Initiative and related communications through online forms on this website or on other platforms to which the website, our newsletters or emails are linked.
We may use personal information to communicate with you periodically about other Fraser Basin Council programs or services. If you prefer not to receive additional communications, select “unsubscribe” in response to any bulletin to which you have subscribed. Alternatively, you may send us an email with a subject line reading “Request to opt out of Realizing UNDRIP Initiative bulletins.”
We will not otherwise use or disclose personal information without your consent, unless there are exceptional circumstances, such as if we are required by law to make disclosure.
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Technical data for web statistics
FBC may collect technical data during a visit to this site, such as your IP address, domain name, browser type, operating system, date and time of visit and web pages accessed. FBC collects and stores this information in aggregate and uses it only to generate website traffic statistics, assess website performance, increase security and make improvements to our site.