What Is Personal Information?
What Personal Information Do We Collect?
You can visit our website without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself, including your email address. We may collect information related to your visit to our website, including: the IP address and domain used to access our website; the type and version of your browser; the website you came from to access our website; the page you entered and exited at; any website page that is viewed by that IP address; and what country you are from. We use this information to monitor our website’s performance (e.g., number of visits, average time spent, page views) and for our business purposes such as working to continually upgrade our website.
In addition, we collect the personal information that you submit to our website, such as your name, address and any other contact or other information that you choose to provide by:
- Using the “Contact Us” portion of this website;
- Signing up for the online newsletter;
- Applying for a position with TSNI through this website; or
- Corresponding with a representative of TSNI via email using the hyperlinks created for that purpose.
Where you request information from us, we may use the email address that you provide to send you information about offers on products and services that we believe may be of interest to you. If you have asked us to put you on an email mailing list to provide you with certain information on a regular basis, or if we send you information about our offers on products and services by email, you may ask us to remove you from the list at any time (using the unsubscribe instructions provided with each email and on the site where you signed up).
When you visit the website, we place a “cookie” on the hard drive of your computer to track your visit. A cookie is a small text file that is saved to your hard drive by your web browser that can only be read by the website from which it originated.
We will save a cookie if you login to our website. We will also save a cookie if you dismiss an alert bar from the top of the site. That helps us know to now show you that alert again.
We may use third party analytics code such as Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel which may save cookies according to their own cookie policies.
Most web browsers are, by default, set to accept cookies. However, on most web browsers you may change this setting to not accept cookies, either always, or for specific sites.