Ps Privacy Statement
Personal information is defined as any information, recorded or not, that is about an identifiable individual. Anonymous or aggregate information is not considered personal information and does not fall under the scope of this Policy.
Personal information can be objective information such as your e-mail address or your country of residence, or it can be subjective information such whether you support the New Prosperity Gold-Copper Mine Development (or “New Prosperity”).
The following is a list of the most common types of personal information which Taseko Mines Limited (“Taseko” or “Taseko Mines”) collects, uses and discloses:
- • Name
- • E-mail addresses
- • City, province and postal code
- • Phone number
- • Organization
- • Support for the Prosperity Project
A disclosure occurs when Taseko Mines makes your personal information available to others outside of Taseko Mines. For example, you may consent to have Taseko Mines disclose your personal information to the government to show support for New Prosperity.
Taseko Mines will collect, use and disclose personal information in connection with the New Prosperity Mine Development for the following purposes:
Taseko Mines will always obtain your consent to collect, use or disclose your personal information. This consent can be express such as when you specifically request to be added to a mailing list for one of our electronic newsletters or your consent can be implied such as when you complete the petition form or submit a comment and check that you agree to the terms and conditions. By your actions, you are consenting to Taseko Mines collection of the information you are providing and the use and disclosure by Taseko Mines of the information provided as consented on their site.
You are free to withdraw your consent at any time or to opt-out of any of the purposes for which Taseko Mines uses or discloses your information. For example, Taseko Mines always enables you to “unsubscribe” to an electronic newsletter by following the simple instructions it provides when the newsletter is e-mailed to you.
Taseko Mines will limit its collection of your personal information to only that which is necessary to meet the purposes identified above. In addition, Taseko Mines will clearly indicate whether the collection is mandatory to meet these purposes, or whether it is optional or voluntary.
If Taseko Mines intends to use your personal information for a new purpose not included in the list above, it will notify you first to seek your consent.
Challenges and Concerns
Should you have any questions or concerns related to the collection, use or disclosure of your personal information, please put your concerns in writing and send them to Taseko’s VP of Corporate Affairs, Brian Battison.
All individuals have the right to contact the appropriate Privacy Commissioner or authority in their own jurisdiction. In Canada, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada can be contacted at:
112 Kent Street
Place de Ville
Tower B, 3rd Floor
Phone: (613) 995-8210
Fax: (613) 947-6850
TTY: (613) 992-9190