Consultax Ltd

Confidentiality policy

Data operator and owner Consultax Ltd 102-45, Place Charles-Le Moyne, Longueuil QC J4K 5G5, efficiency[at]consultax.ca Consultax Ltd is dedicated to protecting personal information and data on users who visit its website. Anonymous and/or personal data may be collected when you visit the Consultax Ltd website. Our objective is to optimize the user experience on our website. You will also find details concerning our data collection practices, including on how the data is used. This confidentiality policy applies to consultax.ca and to any domain name attached to the different Consultax Ltd business entities, which are grouped under the same consultax.ca website platform: – consultaxesst.com For the sake of simplicity, the following text includes all these website domains under the name “consultax.ca” or “our website.”

Information and data that Consultax may save, and specific uses

When you visit our website, two types of information/data may be collected:

  • Anonymous data automatically collected by third-party tools
  • Personal data that users explicitly send us when they submit a form completed on our website.

Personal data collected

“Personal data” refers to any information that can be used to identify you personally, such as your name, email address, country of residence, or any other personal data. No personal information will be collected without your prior consent. That consent is given when you complete a form on our website and transmit your information to Consultax in order to register for a service or obtain complementary information requiring that we contact you. At any time, you can refuse to provide that information. Consultax Ltd will not share or disclose information on its users. If you choose to provide personal information, Consultax Ltd will use it only to contact you. Consultax Ltd will not sell, lease or make your information available to third parties.

Anonymous data

We use analysis tools and other technologies belonging to third parties, such as Google Analytics and HubSpot cookies, to collect non-personal information when you use our website/services.

Google Analytics

Consultax Ltd uses Google Analytics to determine and analyze how visitors use the content on our website. Google Analytics uses cookies. The anonymous information generated by the Google Analytics cookie on our website is transmitted to Google. This information is used solely to create statistical reports on each page of our website. We in turn use these reports to optimize our content and thus better respond to the interests of our visitors. At any time, you can opt to deactivate the Google Analytics data collection by going to the Google Analytics deactivation page. [https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr].

Demographic and interest-based functionalities in Google Analytics

Consultax Ltd is intent on offering visitors to its website interesting content that holds value. Consequently, we use demographic and interest-based report functionalities offered by Google Analytics. These tools allow us to access anonymous data, including on gender, age, and the interests of our visitors, always with the objective of adapting our content to their needs. This information is collected on the basis of your Google advertising profile. It is not provided in a format that would allow us to identify you. At any time, you can opt to deactivate Google Analytics data collection by going to the Google Analytics deactivation page. [http://www.google.com/intl/fr/policies/technologies/ads/].

Third parties and data links

Consultax Ltd will never allow a third party to use our statistical analysis tools to track or collect data that could serve to personally identify users on our website. Google does not associate your IP address with its other services. We will not, and nor will Google, link or attempt to link your IP address with your identity. Nor will we associate data collected on our website with data that could be used to personally identify a user, regardless of its source.

What is a cookie and what is its purpose?

Cookies are small text files containing information downloaded to your computer when you visit a website. The cookies are transmitted to the website or to other sites that recognize the same cookie each time you visit a website. Cookies are useful in that they allow a website to recognize the user’s computer. The cookies let you navigate with greater ease from page to page, record your preferences, and optimize your interactive user experience on a website. In addition, they can also serve to display online advertising tailored to your interests. At any time, you can opt to deactivate the cookies on your computer. Some browsers let you know when a website uses cookies and give you the option of accepting or refusing their use. Bear in mind that some website functionalities may require the use of cookies.