We won’t give, sell, trade or gamble away personal info to anyone; NEVER EVER!
We’ll also do our very best to keep your info from getting into the hands of pirates, grave-robbers, evil spider bots and especially airport management.
Then… after that, understand YOU alone… control if and what type of NFC email or events notification messages are sent to your email address.
Information Collected by our ISP
I doubt it, but ya never know. They may employ 3rd party companies/individuals, including convicted felons or known identity thieves, to help manage our servers, databases and analytics. These 3rd parties may have access to your information only to perform those tasks, and are obligated not to disclose or use it for any other purpose. The hosting provider for our NFC website has the ability to record various pieces of info, including domain name, pages accessed, date time of access, web browser type or computer operating system and referring information. This information is stored in our server log and may be accessible to us from time to time, or by CISIS if you did something really bad and they subpoena us.
We take reasonable measures protecting your information. Security is somewhere between what most others use & the elite RCMP agents who got punted for letting undocumented Colombian hookers into the inner workings of the Prime Minister’s security apparatus. We take reasonable precautions to protect your personal data from loss, disclosure, alteration or destruction. However, you understand and agree that the purpose of this site is to facilitate the exchange of information, and as partial consideration for viewing, communicating with, using this website in any manner, receiving services, you waive claims of any nature against the NFC; or any others like: owners, directors, volunteers, representatives, my cat, my neighbor, my mom, or other respective deities concerning your information. Wheeeew… hard to say on one breath.
In essence, what we’re trying to say is that we care deeply about protecting your privacy, however, no security is perfect. Please send us any questions or comments.