Overview and Agreement of Use
Changes to Policy
The design of the ENABC logo and its website, including names, documents, databases, and other information (collectively known as the “content”) are the property of ENABC or are used by the ENABC with permission, either by direct permission or under an open-source license. All content is protected by Canadian and international copyright, trademark, service marks, patents, trade secrets, and other laws governing property rights.
Allowable and Restricted Use of this Website
Users may use this website for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. You may not reproduce, retransmit, or edit any part of this website without permission from the ENABC. Please use the contact form to request permission.
Becoming a member of ENABC requires the completion of an online registration form. By using this website and completing the registration form, you agree that the information provided is accurate and complete. ENABC has the right to revoke access to this website if a user has deemed to provide any information that is inaccurate or misleading.
Registration also includes the creation of a password to access your details collected by the site and other information for ENABC members only. ENABC does not store unencrypted passwords and will not be able to retrieve passwords for any users easily. Users are responsible for keeping their passwords safe and ENABC does not take responsibility for any losses or breaches of personal information as a result of failing to keep their passwords confidential.
Levels of Access
There are two levels of users on the ENABC website:
- Basic Members / Affiliate Members – most ENABC users are basic members or affiliate members and have access to most areas of this website.
- Board Members – these users have access to all areas of this website.
Users to this website are strictly prohibited from:
- Hacking or introducing viruses/malware to this website;
- Probing or testing security vulnerabilities of this website or server;
- Performing any activity that puts a significantly increased load on the bandwidth of the server;
- Stalking or harassing any user or staff of ENABC;
- Impersonating any individual or entity; and
- Committing any unlawful activity, including breaching personal data.
Liability and Warranty
ENABC, or any of its members and staff, will not be liable for any damages of any kind, including direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damages arising out of (or in connection with) the use or performance of this site. Information provided and transmitted through this website is done on an “as is” basis and cannot completely or 100% guarantee that:
- The website is completely accurate and reliable without error;
- The website will be available at all times without interruptions; and
- The website is infallible to brute force entry, virus/injected scripts, or other harmful components brought on by a malicious third party.
Third-Party Services and External Links
Unless specifically stated, ENABC does not endorse nor approve any particular information, product, process, service, or organization. Any link to a third party or another website not originating from “enabc.ca” is provided for courtesy and convenience only. ENABC does not take responsibility for the content of any linked site, any links contained within the site, or any changes/updates to those sites.
Storage of Data
ENABC utilizes servers in Canada to host this website and store data. However, ENABC uses servers and proxies that are located outside of Canada to enhance the security of this website, including (but not limited to) services that prevent DDoS attacks against this website. In those cases, data is only relayed and transmitted on those servers, and those external servers are not used to store data.
The relationship between ENABC and its users is governed by the laws of British Columbia and the laws of Canada. End users who access this website outside of British Columbia should follow any applicable local laws as required.
Updates to Document
This document was finalized on September 26, 2022.