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This section of our website contains all legal information pertaining to the maintenance and management of our web presence.

♦ DDWM Terms of Use

Be sure to review our Terms of Use as they govern your use of this website.

Failure to abide by these terms may result in corrective, disciplinary, or legal action.

It's in your best interests to read our terms of use.

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♦ DDWM Privacy Policy

At Digital Diamond Web Media, the security and integrity of your personal information is of the utmost importance to everyone involved.

We take every reasonable measure necessary to protect the privacy of our visitors while providing the high level of quality services expected.

For your own peace of mind, we recommend you take the time to explore our privacy policy

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♦ DDWM Cookie Policy

Our cookie policy describes the nature of cookies used on the Digital Diamond Web Media website and for what purposes they're used.

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♦ Why This Information Is Important To You

The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") is Canada's private sector privacy legislation. It came into force on January 1, 2001 for the federally regulated private sector and has been made binding upon the provincially regulated private sector since January 1, 2004. It places strict limits on how organizations may collect, use, disclose and retain personal information.

The fundamental tenet of PIPEDA is that informed consent must be obtained before collecting, using and disclosing personal information.

In December 2010, Parliament passed amendments to the legislation, which was originally passed in 2000. The amendments, which were included in legislation to curb unwanted commercial solicitation by e-mail or other electronic formats (also known as spam), also broaden certain powers of the Privacy Commissioner.

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