Social Networking Policy

NABS Facebook Page

Guidelines

  1. This Facebook page (Page) is a way for NABS and others to share information, promote events and create a community for people in the advertising, media and communications industries who support the National Advertising Benevolent Society of Canada (NABS).
  2. For questions about the Page, call NABS at 1-800-661-NABS (6227).
  3. The Page is monitored by representatives of NABS designated by NABS (Officers).

Terms

  1. Any use of the Page constitutes acceptance of Facebook's:
    1. Terms of Use, found at http://www.facebook.com/terms.php; and
    2. Privacy Policy, found at http://www.facebook.com/policy.php (Facebook Terms).
  2. With respect to the legal relationship between NABS and users of the Page (Members), NABS has all the rights of Facebook and Members owe NABS all the obligations to Facebook as set forth in the Facebook Terms. Without limitation:
    1. NABS reserves the right to change the terms of use of the Page or to modify or terminate the Page at any time without cause, notice or liability; and
    2. NABS shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by a Member arising from their use of the Page.
  3. Any request to add, change or remove any content (inappropriate or otherwise) posted to the Page must be made in writing to an Officer. The Officer, in consultation with NABS, will respond promptly to the request.
  4. Participation by an individual in any NABS event constitutes consent to post to the Page any photos and/or video of that individual taken at that event. This consent may be revoked by the individual in question by giving notice in writing to an Officer. Following receipt of the written revocation, the Officer will promptly remove the photo and/or video from the Page.
  5. Notwithstanding any provision in the Facebook Terms, any dispute between Members or between Members and NABS shall be governed by the laws of Ontario and the parties irrevocably attorn to the jurisdiction of the courts of Ontario sitting in Toronto.

NABS Ambassadors Facebook Page

Guidelines

  1. This Facebook page (Page) is a way for NABS Ambassadors and others to share information, promote events and create a community for people in the communications industry who support the National Advertising Benevolent Society of Canada (NABS).
  2. For questions about the Page, call NABS at 1-800-661-NABS (6227).
  3. The Page is monitored by representatives of NABS Ambassadors designated by NABS (Officers).

Terms

  1. Any use of the Page constitutes acceptance of Facebook's:
    1. terms of use found at http://www.facebook.com/terms.php; and
    2. privacy policy found at http://www.facebook.com/policy.php (Facebook Terms)
  2. With respect to the legal relationship between NABS and users of the Page (Members), NABS has all the rights of Facebook and Members owe NABS all the obligations to Facebook as set forth in the Facebook Terms. Without limitation:
    1. NABS reserves the right to change the terms of use of the Page or to modify or terminate the Page at any time without cause, notice or liability; and
    2. NABS shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by a Member arising from their use of the Page.
  3. Any request to add, change or remove any content (inappropriate or otherwise) posted to the Page must be made in writing to an Officer. The Officer, in consultation with NABS, will respond promptly to the request.
  4. Participation by an individual in any NABS event constitutes consent to post to the Page any photos and/or video of that individual taken at that event. This consent may be revoked by the individual in question giving notice in writing to an Officer. Following receipt of the written revocation, the Officer will promptly remove the photo and/or video from the Page.
  5. Notwithstanding any provision in the Facebook Terms, any dispute between Members or between Members and NABS shall be governed by the laws of Ontario and the parties irrevocably attorn to the jurisdiction of the courts of Ontario sitting in Toronto.

Twitter Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes Twitter's policies and procedures on the collection, use and disclosure of your information. Twitter will receive your information through their various websites, SMS, APIs, services and third-parties (Services). When using any of the Services you consent to the collection, transfer, manipulation, storage, disclosure and other uses of your information as described in their Privacy Policy. Irrespective of which country that you reside in or create information from, your information may be used by Twitter in the United States or any other country where Twitter operates.

If you have any questions or comments about the Twitter Privacy Policy, please contact Twitter atprivacy@twitter.com. If you have any questions or comments about NABS being on Twitter, please contact marlotto@nabs.org. For Twitter's complete Privacy Policy and information of Collection and Use please visit: http://twitter.com/privacy.

LinkedIn Privacy Policy Highlights

  1. Personal information collected
    LinkedIn collects information:
    • When you register an account to become a LinkedIn user (User), such as your name, e-mail, country, location, occupation and a password.
    • When you add to your profile with further information about yourself or your private contacts.
    • LinkedIn uses cookies and other technologies to recognize you, customize your experience and serve advertisements.
    • LinkedIn automatically receives from your internet use such information as your IP address, the URLs of sites from which you arrive or leave the LinkedIn website, your type of browser and your ISP.
  2. Uses of personal information
    LinkedIn uses the information you provide to:
    • Administer your account with LinkedIn and customize the service LinkedIn provides to you.
    • To send you service or promotional communications through e-mail and notices on the LinkedIn website.
    • LinkedIn does not sell, rent or otherwise provide your personal identifiable information to any third parties for marketing purposes.
    • LinkedIn provides you with the means to control whether or not your contact information is shared with another User.
    • In order to deliver their services, LinkedIn may share information with third parties. For example, to process subscription payments made by you, we share some of your information with the credit card processing company we use.
    • Enable you to share your information and communicate with other Users, or provide (usually at your option) your personal details to third parties offering combined services with LinkedIn.
  3. Your information choices
    You can:
    • Review, enhance or edit your personal information through your personal profile page.
    • Choose what information you make available through your public profile.
    • Control the messages you receive from LinkedIn and other Users and how these messages are sent.
    • Change your settings to control visibility and accessibility through the LinkedIn website.
    • Tell LinkedIn to close your LinkedIn account.
  4. Important information
    • LinkedIn is a licensee of TRUSTe, an organization established to promote fair information practices. LinkedIn has agreed to disclose their privacy practices and have them reviewed by TRUSTe. If LinkedIn cannot resolve your privacy queries you can raise your complaint with TRUSTe.
    • Notice of all changes that materially affect ways in which your personal information may be used or shared will be posted in updates to our Privacy Policy.
  5. Security
    • Personal information you provide will be secured with industry standards and technology.
  6. How to contact LinkedIn
    If you have any questions or comments please email LinkedIn at privacy@linkedin.com or at:

    LinkedIn Corporation
    Attn: Privacy Policy Issues
    2029 Stierlin Court
    Mountain View, CA 94043
    Click here for the complete LinkedIn Privacy Policy.