Last Updated: February 1, 2021.
Your privacy is important to FedFedFed Inc. (“Fed”). This Policy explains how Fed collects, uses, discloses, retains and deletes your personal information, including information collected through Fed’s websites (currently www.fedfedfed.com).
1. Your Consent
2. Personal Information
3. How Fed Collects Personal Information
(a) Direct Collection
You may be asked to voluntarily provide your personal information to Fed or its authorized representatives when you are in contact with Fed or its representatives, including when you register for a Fed account and when you purchase products or services through Fed’s websites. In those circumstances, you can choose not to provide certain requested personal information, but then you may not be able to register for a Fed account or purchase products or services or access or use certain features of Fed’s websites.
(b) Websites, Cookies and Other Technologies
Fed’s websites may automatically collect certain non-personal information regarding your use of the websites, such as the dates and times you access the website, the browsers, operating systems and devices you use to access the website, the website pages you access, and the referring and exit website pages. Fed may use that non-personal information for various purposes, including to administer and improve the websites and improve Fed’s products and services.
Fed’s websites, online services, email messages and advertisements may also use “cookies” and other similar technologies, such as web beacons, pixel or gif tags, and action tags. Those technologies collect information that assists Fed to improve products and services, advertising, customer communications and the online shopping experience. Fed may use information collected through cookies and similar technologies to recognize you as a user of Fed’s websites, determine your general location, track your use of the websites, offer personalized web page content, information and advertisements, and otherwise facilitate and improve your website experience. Fed may use web beacons, pixel or gif tags, and action tags to confirm that email messages have been delivered to and opened by you.
You may choose to decline or disable cookies if your web browser permits, but doing so may affect your ability to access or use certain features of Fed’s websites. You may opt-out of receiving certain emails from Fed as indicated in the relevant emails.
4. How Fed Uses Personal Information
Fed uses your personal information for various purposes, including:
• to facilitate transactions and process orders and payments for products and services purchased by you (including to contact you regarding billing and payment discrepancies and to validate receipts);
• to contact and correspond with you regarding transactions (including payment issues) and your use of Fed’s products and services;• to provide you with information regarding Fed’s announcements, promotions, upcoming events, new products and special features;
• to process and respond to your specific suggestions, comments, inquiries and requests (including your feedback to Fed about its products and services), and to otherwise administer Fed’s relationship with you;
• to administer and facilitate your participation in contests and promotions related to Fed’s products and services;
• to create and manage your Fed account;• to develop, deliver, and improve Fed’s products, services and advertising; and
• to provide customized nutrition advice based on voluntarily submitted health information by customer Fed may combine your personal information collected through various sources (including information collected through Fed’s websites), information collected from you when you register for an account, and information obtained from other sources.
You may also provide personal information in order to receive email and other communications from Fed. You may unsubscribe from some of those communications by using the applicable self-service unsubscribe procedure offered by Fed (for example, by clicking an unsubscribe link in an email) or by contacting Fed using the contact information noted below.
Fed may use your personal information to communicate with you regarding important matters (such as delivery of the products that you have purchased from Fed), and you may not opt out of receiving those important communications.
5. How Fed Discloses Personal Information
(a) Law Enforcement/Legal Disclosures:
Your personal information may be subject to access by and disclosure to law enforcement agencies in accordance with applicable law.
Fed may disclose your personal information as required or authorized by applicable law, including to comply with a subpoena, warrant or court or arbitral order, or litigation disclosure obligations.
Fed may disclose your personal information if Fed reasonably believes the disclosure is necessary or appropriate in connection with national security, law enforcement or other issues of public importance.
(b) Suppliers and Service Providers:
(c) Fed Business Transactions:
6. Retention, Location and Protection of Personal Information
Fed will store and process your personal information in Canada.
Fed employs reasonable safeguards – including administrative, physical and technological security and safeguarding measures and solutions – appropriate to the sensitivity of the personal information in Fed’s possession or under Fed’s control in order to protect the information from unauthorized access, collection, use, disclosure, disposal or similar risks.
7. Deletion of Personal Information
8. Accuracy and Access to Personal Information
If Fed or its representatives request your personal information, then you will provide the information directly to Fed or its representatives. You will not have another person provide your personal information on your behalf.
Fed will rely on you to ensure that your personal information is as accurate, complete and up to date as necessary for the purposes of the products and services that Fed provides to you. You will promptly notify Fed of any changes to your personal information (including your Fed account information) using the procedures provided on Fed’s websites or by contacting Fed at 604-655-3677 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may request access to your personal information and information about Fed’s collection, use, disclosure, retention and deletion of your personal information by submitting a written request to Fed’s Privacy Officer using the contact information noted below. Subject to applicable exceptions and limitations prescribed by applicable law, you will be given reasonable access to your personal information and you will be entitled to challenge the accuracy and completeness of your personal information and to have it amended as appropriate. You may be required to pay a reasonable fee for access to your personal information.
9. Non-Personal Information
Fed creates or collects non-personal information (information that is not about an identifiable individual), including personal information that has been aggregated or otherwise anonymized so that it no longer relates to an identifiable individual.
Fed may use, disclose, transfer and retain non-personal information for any purpose and in any manner whatsoever.
10. Other Matters
(a) Business Contact Information:
(b) Services Agreements:
(c) Other Websites/Online Services:
(d) Contacting Fed’s Chief Privacy Officer:
(e) English Language:
(f) Changes to this Policy: