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Excel Solutions is a provider of communication. We oversee the installation of Internet, Television, WIFI, and home phones. Our commercial division provides data connections for critical operations
- Accountability - The principle of Accountability states that an organization shall designate someone to be accountable for the management of personal information. This includes the collection, usage, disclosure, retention, and transfer of personal information to third parties for processing.
- Idenitifing Purposes - The principle of Identifying Purposes states that an organization must clearly identify the purposes for which personal information is collected, either before or at time of collection. This also helps organizations comply with the Openness and Individual Access principles.
- Consent - The principle of Consent states that the knowledge and consent of individuals are required when an organization collects, uses, or discloses personal information, and it must be in such a way that the individual clearly understands.
- Limiting Collection - The principle of Limiting Collection states that the personal information an organization collects should only be limited to that which is necessary for the purposes identified.
- Limiting Use, Disclosure, and Retention - The principle of Limiting Use, Disclosure,person and Retention states that an organization shall limit the ways it uses, discloses and retains personal information. This means that an organization should not use or disclose personal information for purposes other than those which it has identified purposes for and received consent for. The organization should only retain personal information for as long as is necessary to fulfill its purposes.
- Accuracy - The principle of Accuracy states that an organization should ensure that the personal information it collects should be accurate, complete, and up-to-date for the purposes for which it is being used.
- Safeguards - The principle of Safeguards states that an organization should protect personal information with security safeguards that are appropriate for the sensitivity of personal information held. Personal information should be protected against loss or theft, unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use or modification, regardless of what format it is stored in (paper, electronic, etc).
- Openness - The principle of Openness states that an organization shall make its policies and procedures about how it manages personal information readily available.
- Individual Access - The principle of Individual Access states that upon an individual’s request, an organization shall make known to the individual the existence, use, and disclosure of personal information and give access to it.
- Challenging Compliance - The principle of Challenging Compliance states that individuals shall be able to challenge an organization’s compliance on any of the privacy principles of PIPEDA