Terms of Use CBC/Radio-Canada Digital Services <p> <em>Last revised: June 2020</em> <br> <br> <em>Summary of&nbsp;changes:</em> </p> <p> <em>In our most recent update to these Terms of Use, we introduced section 5) b and updated section 6 regarding your privacy and personal&nbsp;information.</em> </p> 1. Welcome to CBC/Radio-Canada's Digital Services <p>By using any of CBC/Radio-Canada’s digital services including various Apps, console platforms and sites such as cbc.ca, cbcmusic.ca, cbcnews.ca, cbcsports.ca, cbcbooks.ca, Radio-Canada.ca, icimusique.ca, tou.tv, ici.exploratv.ca, curio.ca, you agree to comply with these terms of use, the Submission Guidelines as well as all applicable laws. These terms of use may be amended from time to time, so please come back to review them periodically: THEY CONSTITUTE A BINDING AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND THE CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION&nbsp;(CBC/Radio-Canada).</p> <p>In accordance with our mandate as the public broadcaster, CBC/Radio-Canada allows you to access a variety of public-interest content, for your information and entertainment. It also makes available a digital public space for sharing ideas, comments and creations, and for participating in the community through interactive&nbsp;activities.</p> <p>CBC/Radio-Canada is responsible for the content of its own productions and those it commissions. CBC/Radio-Canada must honour the agreements it has with its partners, and the collective agreements with its artists and collaborators. To that end, no publication, reproduction or communication of such content to the public is authorized except in the specific cases set out in the federal <em>Copyright Act</em>, upon granting of a licence by CBC/Radio-Canada, or upon granting of clear permission for a particular subject or&nbsp;activity.</p> <p> <strong>You</strong> <br>When you interact with CBC/Radio-Canada digital services, you are responsible for the content you contribute by any means, whether through comments, in discussion forums or in programming-related activities, such as contests, interactive activities and also including using third-party social media. You must follow the Submission Guidelines and you must hold all of the required rights and authorizations to the content of your submissions, and you grant to CBC/Radio-Canada a licence to reproduce and broadcast&nbsp;it.</p> <p> <strong>Commenting</strong> </p> <p>Specific terms apply to sites allowing discussion, including the requirement to register beforehand. The information gathered ensures transparency in public debate and accountability of participants. Information may also be used for statistical and informational analyses and public opinion trend monitoring, among other&nbsp;things.</p> <p>If you access CBC/Radio-Canada digital services through third-parties’ platforms such as Facebook, Twitter or others, their terms of use apply in addition to the one of&nbsp;CBC/Radio-Canada.</p> 2. CBC/Radio-Canada content a) May I use CBC/Radio-Canada content? <p> <strong>No, unless otherwise authorized. </strong>CBC/Radio-Canada does not allow the reproduction or public communication of content that it produces or commissions, so as to protect the credibility and integrity of content that it broadcasts and to ensure fulfilment of the agreements with its authors, artists and others partners. Your access to CBC/Radio-Canada digital services does not give you any rights to that&nbsp;content.</p> <p>As Canada’s public broadcaster, CBC/Radio-Canada produces content or commissions it from third parties. That content usually requires working with partners or the public and negotiating rights with media artists, news agencies, authors, musicians and performers, for the use of pictures (videos, photos, drawings) and material from third-parties. those rights are protected by&nbsp;law.</p> <p>To be allowed to reproduce or present certain content in public, you must first obtain a licence from CBC/Radio-Canada, unless use is permitted by law or by special notice in connection with a program or interactive activity, subject to the terms and conditions stated&nbsp;therein.</p> b) Do these terms of use apply to news feeds (RSS) and podcasts? <p> <strong>Yes.</strong> These terms also apply to the use of CBC/Radio-Canada news feeds. Any use other than for private purposes must be subject to an agreement with CBC/Radio-Canada specifying the conditions for use with due regard for the integrity of the content. You agree not to frame the news feed or its content, nor to use similar means to generate unauthorized&nbsp;benefits.</p> c) May I repost content from CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p> <strong>Yes, but only by hyperlinks or by special permission.</strong> You may place links to CBC/Radio-Canada digital pages on your own web pages or sites or on social media. You may not repost content from CBC/Radio-Canada digital services in any other way without first obtaining a licence. CBC/Radio-Canada may, at its sole discretion, intervene to remove content communicated to the public without authorization on third-party sites and take legal action to enforce its&nbsp;rights.</p> d) What rights do I have to software and applications made available for my use by CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p> <strong>Only for navigating.</strong> Some web activities require the use of software or applications—e.g., digital markers including cookies—specifically developed for such purpose. When such software and applications are made available to you, you have the right to download and use them for the sole purpose as intended by CBC/Radio-Canada, but you have no other rights to reproduce, modify or adapt them for any purposes&nbsp;whatsoever.</p> e) Who should I address if I feel that content on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services infringes my rights (copyright, image)? <p> <strong>Audience Services.</strong> You must notify Audience Services as soon as possible. Notification must contain enough detail to enable us to easily locate the content in question as well as the information needed to contact you. You must, in fact, hold the rights to the material being infringed. On receiving such notification, CBC/Radio-Canada will investigate as required and make the appropriate&nbsp;decisions.</p> f) Are official marks, trademarks, logos and identifications of media and programs on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services protected? <p> <strong>Yes</strong>, all of them are legally protected and you need prior written permission to use&nbsp;them.</p> 3. My submissions to CBC/Radio-Canada digital services a) What must I do to be allowed to participate in the CBC/Radio-Canada digital communities? <p>Register and assume responsibility for what you submit. To participate in discussions on CBC/Radio-Canada digital communities and some other programming-related activities, you may need to register. Registration insures accountability from community participants, allows CBC/Radio-Canada to communicate with you when required and facilitates the application of CBC/Radio-Canada’s internal&nbsp;policies.</p> <p>Your registration information must be accurate and you are required to keep this information up to date. To post submissions, you may need a password, which belongs to you and for which you alone are responsible. CBC/Radio-Canada retains the right to delete, ban or block your account, in its sole discretion, if you do not adhere to these Terms of Use or in case of legal&nbsp;infringement.</p> <p>The information and the content of your submissions may from time to time be hosted on third-party servers under contract agreements with CBC/Radio-Canada that guarantee the respect of CBC/Radio-Canada’s internal policies, in Canada or elsewhere, in which case foreign legislation may&nbsp;apply.</p> b) What conditions apply if I wish to take part in activities related to general programming, contests or interactive content on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p> <strong>You are responsible for ensuring the legality of what you post.</strong> You alone are responsible for what you share with the public on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services and the legality of your submissions, including privacy rights, image rights, reputation, copyright and other rights of third parties. You must obtain all required authorization from any third party when needed. By participating, you declare that you have retained all required rights for your&nbsp;submissions.</p> <p>You must also obtain all required parental authorizations if you are minor in your province or territory of residence or if your submissions involve&nbsp;minors.</p> <p>Moreover, each interactive activity or contest on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services may have its own specific rules to follow, in addition to these Terms of Use. You must refer to the specific activity or contest webpage for those&nbsp;specifics.</p> c) Will CBC/Radio-Canada review my communications before making them accessible to the public? <p> <strong>Sometimes.</strong> CBC/Radio-Canada may review your submission before or after it is posted online, especially when it concerns a highly sensitive subject, has potentially illegal content or does not follow these Terms of Use or the Submission Guidelines. This moderation is not to be considered to be editing your submission. Such measures are essentially preventive and in no way diminish your responsibility. Your submission represents your views and opinions only, not those of&nbsp;CBC/Radio-Canada.</p> <p>CBC/Radio-Canada may modify or edit your submission for a better understanding or for technical reasons, but not for content or&nbsp;meaning.</p> CBC/Radio-Canada may revoke your permission to comment on matters of public interest if your registration contains false or incomplete information or if you do not comply with these Terms of Use or Submission Guidelines. <p>&nbsp;</p> d) What rights does CBC/Radio-Canada have in my posts on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services ? <p>Reproduction and distribution. When you post content (texts, images, sounds, etc.) to CBC/Radio-Canada digital services, you grant to CBC/Radio-Canada a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive (unless otherwise indicated in specific terms), worldwide licence to publish, reproduce and distribute by any means of communication controlled or authorized by CBC/Radio-Canada, including social&nbsp;media.</p> <p>You keep the copyright in your submission. Any exceptions to this general rule will be specified on a case-by-case&nbsp;basis.</p> <p>You waive all moral rights in your submissions and allow CBC/Radio-Canada to modify it to facilitate understanding and to identify you as the author. CBC/Radio-Canada is under no obligation to publish your submissions or to keep them accessible. such decisions are at its sole&nbsp;discretion.</p> <p>If your submission includes your or someone else’s image or voice, you grant CBC/Radio-Canada irrevocable permission to broadcast it by any means of communication controlled or authorized by CBC/Radio-Canada. You give CBC/Radio-Canada permission to publish your full name and city in any form or platform in connection with your submission. Similarly, you give CBC/Radio-Canada permission to contact you for follow-up in connection with anything you submit to CBC/Radio-Canada digital&nbsp;services.</p> e) Can content that I post to CBC/Radio-Canada digital services be removed? <p>In specific circumstances. CBC/Radio-Canada does not remove submissions once they have been posted, except for legal reasons, in particular circumstances or if the content is no longer a priority or relevant and in any case, at its sole discretion. This is out of respect for the historical integrity of CBC/Radio-Canada communications and to facilitate understanding of prior or subsequent&nbsp;submissions.</p> <p>CBC/Radio-Canada reserves the right to remove a submission, for example to protect the rights of third parties involved. Content posted on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services will be kept as long as required by law or by CBC/Radio-Canada&nbsp;policies.</p> <p>Content received but not posted on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services may be&nbsp;erased.</p> 4. Conducting business on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services a) May I use CBC/Radio-Canada digital services for business or commercial purposes? <p>Only if specifically authorized by CBC/Radio-Canada. You may not use any CBC/Radio-Canada digital services for business or commercial purposes without prior written permission. You may, however, provide a link to a CBC/Radio-Canada digital page. this will ensure full, unmodified communication of content and respect the rights of any third parties&nbsp;involved.</p> b) Who owns the content of the business partners on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p> <strong>The business partners.</strong> CBC/Radio-Canada may make Web pages available to its business partners. In such case, the partner is solely responsible for the content of those Web pages. Making such pages available shall in no case be construed as endorsement by CBC/Radio-Canada of the partner’s goods or services. The same is true of advertising posted on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services. Content supplied by business partners belongs to&nbsp;them.</p> c) May I use content on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services for institutional, educational or non-profit purposes? <p>Yes, with a proper licence by CBC/Radio-Canada or as permitted by law. You may not use content on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services for institutional, educational or non-profit purposes without a prior written licence. A licence will set out authorized uses, term and territory among other relevant conditions. To know more about our educational content, please visit curio.ca</p> d) Are there conditions applying to online shopping on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p> <strong>See the terms of use</strong>. You must consult the terms applicable to online business transactions with the CBC/Radio-Canada Shop directly on their Web page.</p> 5. Liability a) What is CBC/Radio-Canada’s liability with respect to CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p> <strong>No warranty with regard to content or operation.</strong> CBC/Radio-Canada’s mandate is to inform, enlighten and entertain. Content provided on CBC/Radio-Canada digital services is not intended to replace professional advice when required, in any field&nbsp;whatsoever.</p> <p>CBC/Radio-Canada offers no warranty with regard to the content or operation of CBC/Radio-Canada digital services and assumes no responsibility for any interruption, whether intentional or not, in putting its programming, various services and submissions from the public online. CBC/Radio-Canada neither assumes responsibility for nor offers any warranty concerning the security of any communications or unauthorized interception by third parties and wireless (wifi) services in its buildings, for any damage whatsoever, regardless of its nature or&nbsp;value.</p> b) Who is responsible for external content on CBC/Radio-Canada’s digital environments? <p> <strong>The third party that owns the content</strong>. Our digital services may contain third-party content, via links to third-party websites, as well as licensed third-party content (e.g. videos), social media buttons and advertisements. Third-party content is not endorsed by CBC/Radio-Canada. It is provided to you for information purposes only. CBC/Radio-Canada is not responsible for your use or reliance on third-party content. You should direct any concerns you have regarding third-party content to the third&nbsp;party.</p> c) What is my liability with respect to the use of CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p>You must not hinder operations. must comply with the terms of use. Besides your responsibility for the content, your submissions to CBC/Radio-Canada digital services may not, under any circumstance, have the effect of hindering or preventing other users from using CBC/Radio-Canada digital services, nor modifying its operation or its effectiveness by any means&nbsp;whatsoever.</p> <p>You may neither use CBC/Radio-Canada digital services other than for private purposes, unless otherwise authorized under specific agreements with CBC/Radio-Canada, nor may you use CBC/Radio-Canada digital services for any illegal&nbsp;purpose.</p> <p>You are liable for any damage arising from not complying with these Terms of Use, Submission Guidelinesor with any other law or regulation applicable to your submissions. If your submissions to CBC/Radio-Canada digital services require a name and a password, you are responsible for ensuring their&nbsp;confidentiality.</p> d) Are the rights in software, applications and other tools to facilitate communications protected? <p> <strong>Yes.</strong> The rights in those tools belong to CBC/Radio-Canada or to third parties. No other use except navigating CBC/Radio-Canada digital services is authorized without the prior consent of the rights&nbsp;holder.</p> 6. Personal Information a) Does CBC/Radio-Canada protect the personal information collected when I use CBC/Radio-Canada digital services? <p> <strong>Yes. </strong> CBC/Radio-Canada applies strict measures to protect the personal information that it collects. All personal information collected is governed by the federal <em>Privacy Act</em> and by CBC/Radio-Canada’s Personal Information policy. This protection may, however, be revoked should the legality of your communications be in&nbsp;question.</p> b) Does CBC/Radio-Canada use tracking technology such as cookies, beacons, pixels, SDK, tags and JavaScript? <p> <strong>Yes.</strong> CBC/Radio-Canada uses its own and third-party tracking technology to collect data about your device and use of our digital environments as well as for advertising. This data may be used to improve the performance of our various offerings as well as to show you relevant content and advertising based on your location and browsing history. By collecting information about what our audience turns to, shares or comments on, we are also able to develop new offerings that will be of interest to you. User data is also used for research, planning and reporting&nbsp;purposes.</p> <p>We work with technology and advertising partners for digital analytics and targeted advertising. Technology partners involved in digital analytics are required to depersonalize users’ IP addresses. Advertising partners, which include social media platforms (e.g. Facebook), may install their own tracking technology in our digital environments in order to create anonymous user profiles and show you relevant advertising on their own and other&nbsp;websites.</p> <p>Note that when you access our services through a social media platform or use certain of their functions embedded in our digital environments (e.g. “Like” and sharing buttons), their privacy policies&nbsp;apply.</p> <p>We require that any data collected by third parties on our behalf benefit from a level of protection equivalent to the one used by CBC/Radio-Canada (see our Privacy Policy), and that it not be used for other purposes without our&nbsp;consent.</p> c) Does CBC/Radio-Canada share any data with Numeris? <p> <strong>Yes.</strong> CBC/Radio-Canada will participate in the joining of digital data with set top box data in the effort to understand how content is watched online and&nbsp;offline.</p> d) Does CBC/Radio-Canada use my location data? <p> <strong>Yes.</strong>&nbsp;In several ways. In order to send you relevant alerts, by signing up, you agree that we use the GPS location reported by your device. We will also determine which local region is closest to you (based on your IP addresses’ geographic location or mobile device’s location), to serve weather, news, and sports that is likely most relevant. We will also use this data to further personalize and localize content. Additionally, multiple technologies use aspects of network connection to estimate where you are, which is used for ad targeting, reporting and statistical&nbsp;purposes.</p> e) What security protocols are used when I use social media? <p>Those of CBC/Radio-Canada and the social media platforms, as the case may be. CBC/Radio-Canada’s use of social media constitutes an extension of its digital presence. Social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) are public and not hosted on CBC/Radio-Canada servers. Users who interact with CBC/Radio-Canada through social media platforms must refer to the conditions of service and privacy policies of these third-party service&nbsp;providers.</p> <p>Personal information that you provide to CBC/Radio-Canada through social media accounts is collected in order to capture conversations between you and CBC/Radio-Canada. It may be used for inquiry response, statistical measurement and reporting&nbsp;purposes.</p> f) Does CBC/Radio-Canada use log-in information for personalization? <p> <b>Yes.</b>&nbsp;Some of our systems require you to be signed-in. This data is used to personalize your&nbsp;experience.</p> <p>We work with third-party providers for our Single Sign-On function which requires IP addresses, email, and device fingerprinting&nbsp;information.</p> g) Is CBC/Radio-Canada a member of the Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada (DAAC)? <p> <strong>Yes.</strong> CBC/Radio-Canada is a member of DAAC and adheres by its principles. By visiting the web page of DAAC, you can opt-out of targeted advertising by multiple companies, including&nbsp;CBC/Radio-Canada.</p> h) In what other ways can I opt-out of targeted advertising? <p>If you would prefer to see random ads instead of ads that match your interests, you can also opt-out of targeted advertising in one of the following&nbsp;ways:</p> <ul> <li>Adjusting your browser settings to disable third-party cookies&nbsp;(note that this may render some of our services less effective)</li> <li>Using your browser’s « private mode » when browsing the internet</li> <li>Adjusting the privacy settings of your mobile device</li> <li>Adjusting the privacy settings of your account on popular platforms such as Facebook and Google.</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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