|reply to TLS2000 |
Re: Rogers privacy violation contributes to divorce
#6 Rogers does not use or disclose personal information for purposes other than those for which it was collected, except with the consent of the individual or as required by law.
Rogers Corporate commitment:
We will protect your information.
We will implement whatever measures are necessary to protect your privacy and secure your personal information.
* We have developed privacy policies and security technologies to protect your personal information that meet or exceed the requirements under federal or applicable provincial law.
* We have appointed a Chief Privacy Officer who will address your privacy needs or concerns.
Confidentiality of Your Information
Unless you provide express consent, or disclosure is required pursuant to a legal power, all information regarding you kept by us, other than your name, address and listed telephone number, is confidential and may not be disclosed by us to anyone other than:
a person who, in our reasonable judgment, is seeking the information as your agent;
They get to chose who is acting on your behalf? aaaah.
Short of a death certificate or similar Should they be the ones who decide who they can give your private and confidential info to?
All companies like this?