Privacy Policy


Drift Technological Solutions Ltd. (Drift) is committed to protecting your privacy. We use the data we collect about you to facilitate the provision of our online services and to provide you with a more personalized experience. We are careful to ensure that data is used responsibly, and only for the purposes for which it is provided. We want you to understand how and under what circumstances your personal data is collected, used and disclosed, as well as what Drift is doing to ensure that your data is used according to good business practices and is protected accordingly. We have created this Privacy Policy to demonstrate our firm commitment to protecting the privacy of all of our users.

What is Personal Data?

The term “Personal Data” means all personal Data about an identifiable individual input by users (but excluding business contact Data). It includes Data such as your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address; Data about your employment, employer, industry, and other details; the location (e.g., GPS coordinates) of your mobile device when using the application; Payment Data, including credit card and other Data; and App usage Data such as error logs and crash recovery logs

Why Drift Collects and Uses Personal Data?

We collect personal Data to be able to contact you, to understand your needs and preferences, to better provide our services, and to meet statutory or legal obligations. In all circumstances we limit our collection of personal Data to only those items that are necessary for us to provide the best service to our users. Drift does not collect personal data about you without your knowledge and consent.

Personal Data Disclosure

We will not disclose your personal Data to third parties without your consent to do so. However, your personal Data may be made anonymous and amalgamated with other users’ data to enhance products or services. Drift reserves the right to disclose personal Data if required to do so by law or in the good faith.

When Do We Share Your Personal Data?

Drift does not share, trade, sell or in any way disclose your Personal Data without your consent unless such a disclosure is: (a) permitted under this Policy; (b) required by law; (c) mandated by search warrant or court order; or (d) warranted during investigation of the commission of an offence, a breach of a contract, or breach of a law or regulation; or (e) otherwise permitted under personal Data protection laws.

Personal Data Protection by Drift

Drift considers personal Data provided by you to be private and confidential and accordingly we treat it with care. We take all reasonable measures to protect your Data to prevent misuse or unauthorized access to your Data. We have therefore made arrangements to secure against the unauthorized access, collection, use, disclosure, copying, modification and disposal of personal Data.

Consent to Use of Personal Data

By submitting personal Data to Drift, you acknowledge and agree that you have consented to the collection, use and disclosure practices set out in this Privacy Policy as they relate to your personal Data. You may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting Drift at In the future, we may sell to, merge with, buy, or partner with other businesses. The Data we collect may be among the transferred assets. If our Services are acquired by or merged with another company, we’ll notify you via this page before any Data is transferred and becomes subject to a different privacy policy.

Accessing, Correcting or Updating Your Personal Data

At any time, you may request that we correct or update your personal Data by contacting Drift. Drift will use reasonable efforts to ensure that your personal Data is accurate and current.

Contacting Drift

If you have any requests, questions or comments about your personal Data or this Privacy Policy, contact us by email:

Changes to this Policy may be made from time to time by us, and the modified form of the Policy will take effect 30 days after posting on this page.

This Privacy Policy is intended to comply with the Federal Government’s privacy legislation, the Personal Data Protection and Electronic Documents Act, as well as Alberta’s Personal Data Protection Act.