We pledge to meet fully, and where possible exceed, internationally recognized standards of personal privacy protection, in compliance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.
A secondary objective of this policy is to develop internal codes of practice to ensure that conditions prescribed by the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance are met.
NON-PERSONAL DATA COLLECTION
If you visit the CDNIS website and do nothing more than browse the site, read pages or download information, the site's operating system will automatically record some general information about your visit.
During your visit, the CDNIS operating system will record:
We use this information for statistical analysis and to help make the CDNIS web site more useful to visitors. This tracking system does not record information about individuals.
PERSONAL DATA HANDLING
Some of our web pages (such as online contact form) let you voluntarily submit personal information. In those cases, every attempt will be made to protect your privacy. CDNIS cannot, however, provide any guarantees as to the absolute security of your personal information.
Any person who controls the collection, holding, processing and use of personal data (data user) is subject to the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.
They should treat all personal data, in whatever form it is recorded, as confidential and take all reasonably practical steps to ensure adequate security control for the effective use of the personal data according to the following data protection principles:
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT
All CDNIS employees, students, their parents, and job applicants have the right to:
All requests for access to data, or correction of data must be made in writing in either English or Traditional Chinese and be addressed to:
Director of Business AdministrationCanadian International School of Hong Kong36 Nam Long Shan RoadAberdeen, Hong Kong
COLLECTION, HOLDING AND USE OF IDENTITY CARD NUMBERS / PERSONAL IDENTIFIERS AND COPY OF IDENTITY CARD
Restrictions on the collection and use of identity card copy are similar to that of identity card numbers.
As a security safeguard, except where it is required or permitted by law to the contrary, a data user shall not keep a copy of an identity card unless it is marked clearly and permanently across the entire image of the identity card with the word "copy" or the Chinese equivalent. A copy of the identity card shall be kept under reasonably secure conditions with access restricted to individuals who need to carry out activities related to permitted use of the copy.
If you have any questions or comments about the information presented here, please contact us.
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