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Our Privacy Policy at The Eyewear Place

Right to Privacy at The Eyewear Place, we are committed to the privacy of our users. We are committed to letting you know how we use your personal information. Unless you authorize us to do otherwise, we will ensure that the privacy of the personal information you provide us will be protected and not disclosed to any third parties.

How your personal information is used: From time to time, we may analyze traffic and use of The Eyewear Place website to determine which features and services people like and don't like so that we can improve what we do. We prepare aggregated user statistics or information summaries in order to describe our services to third parties such as prospective business partners and advertisers and for other lawful purposes.


Each and every item and component found on or available via download through this site, including but not limited to manuscripts, written materials, text, graphics, logos, software, databases, icons, images, audio and video clips, is the exclusive proprietary property of the owner of this site or the applicable author of such material and is protected under the Canada Copyright Act and copyright laws.

The content and software on this site may be used as a resource while accessing this website, but may not be downloaded or used for any other purpose whatsoever. Any other use is prohibited and will constitute an infringement upon the proprietary rights of the relevant owner or author. The owner of this site asserts all proprietary rights in and to all names and trademarks contained on this web page, regardless of whether a trademark registration has been secured.

The name The Eyewear Place is a registered trademark of The Eyewear Place, the owner of this website and such registered trademark will be asserted in Canada and other countries. Any use of the owner’s trademarks in connection with any product or service that does not belong to the owner of this website, unless otherwise authorized in a written license agreement, will constitute an infringement upon the trademark rights of such owner and may be actionable under Canadian Trademark Laws and/or International Trademark Laws and the Trademark or equivalent laws of other countries.

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