2.1 Personal Information We Collect
2.2 Use of Personal Information
2.3 Disclosure of Your Personal Information
2.4 Our Website
2.5 Your Consent
2.6 Security & Risk of Harm
2.7 Access, Correction and Contacting Us
2.8 Privacy Policy Changes

The purpose of this policy is to inform our clients and other individuals we deal with (“you” or
“your”) as to how we collect, use, disclose and protect your personal information. Personal
information is information about an identifiable individual, as more particularly described under
applicable privacy legislation.


2.1 – Personal Information We Collect
Skyport and its agents and representatives may collect personal information in the course of
Skyport’s business activities. Personal information we may collect includes:
• name, telephone number, address, passport information and other contact information;
• such other information we may collect with your consent or as permitted or required by law.

2.2 – Use of Personal Information
Skyport generally uses personal information for the following purposes:
• creating a database of individuals who have registered to receive information from us;
• managing our business, including client relations and ongoing communications with our
• managing, administering, collecting or otherwise enforcing accounts;
• maintaining business records for reasonable periods, and generally managing and
administering our business including defending and bringing legal actions;
• meeting legal, regulatory, insurance, security and processing requirements; and
• otherwise with consent or as permitted or required by law.

2.3 – Disclosure of Your Personal Information
Although Skyport does not routinely disclose personal information, we may disclose personal
information as necessary to manage and administer our business; to meet legal, regulatory,
insurance, audit, and security requirements; and as otherwise with your consent or as permitted
or required by law. In addition to the above, personal information may be disclosed to our
affiliates, professional advisors, consultants, investigators and adjudicators for internal audit,
management, billing or administrative purposes including defending and bringing legal actions.
Service Providers. Skyport may transfer personal information to outside agents or service
providers that perform services on our behalf, for example data processing services, information
technology services such as internet intrusion detection services, firewalls and interception of
viruses and spam, data and backup tape managing and hosting or similar services.

2.4 – Our Website
Skyport is committed to providing a website that respects your privacy. For the purposes of this
Policy, the Application for Inner Curb Access refers to Skyport’s online forum website, the
“Application”. The website may contain links to other sites and other websites may link to the
website. We are not responsible for, and have no control over, the content or privacy policies,
practices, or actions of the third parties that operate these websites. You should review the
privacy policies of those websites and you should not assume that this Privacy Policy applies to
those websites.

By using the Application on the website, you consent to the contents of this Privacy Policy. If you
do not agree with it, do not use the website.

The only personal information Skyport collects through the website is the information voluntarily
supplied by you. Skyport does not use “cookies” to track how visitors may use the site. Skyport
currently does not use or maintain server logs or web logs to collect and log incoming traffic to
the site. Information collected through the website is not disclosed to anyone other than Skyport
employees, consultants, or agents on a “need to know” basis only. We will not disclose any
personally identifiable information about you to third parties without your permission unless we
are legally entitled or required to do so or if we believe that such action is necessary to protect
and/or defend our rights, property or personal safety and those of our clients, customers, etc.
We caution that internet communications are vulnerable to interception, use, and/or alteration by
person(s) other than the intended recipient. While Skyport has implemented certain safeguards
to reduce this risk, internet transmissions to and from Skyport are still vulnerable. If you choose
to communicate by the internet, you do so at your sole risk.

2.5 – Your Consent
Consent to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information that may be given in
various ways. Consent can be expressed (for example, orally, electronically or on a form you
may sign describing the intended uses and disclosures of personal information) or implied (for
example, when you provide information necessary for a service you have requested). Generally,
by providing us with personal information, we will assume that you consent to our collection, use
and disclosure of such information for the purposes identified or described in this Policy, if
applicable, or otherwise at the time of collection.

Your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information is intended to be
ongoing and continuous. You may withdraw your consent to our collection, use and disclosure of
personal information at any time, subject to contractual and legal restrictions and reasonable
notice. Note that if you withdraw your consent to certain uses of your personal information, we
may no longer be able to provide certain services.

Skyport collects, uses and discloses your personal information with your consent, except as
permitted or required by law. We may be required or permitted under statute or regulation to
collect, use or disclose personal information without your consent, for example to comply with a
court order, and/or to comply with regulations or a legally permitted inquiry by a government

2.6 – Security & Risk of Harm
We take reasonable steps to protect your personal information using electronic and
administrative security measures appropriate to the sensitivity of the information in our custody or
control. However, we would caution you that providing personal information will always contain
some risk. A data breach or other unintentional disclosure of personal information may result in
significant harm. Significant harm resulting from such disclosure of your personal information
may include bodily harm, humiliation, damage to reputation, loss of employment, business or
professional opportunities, financial loss, identity theft, negative effects on credit records and
damage or loss to property.

2.7 – Access, Correction and Contacting Us
Skyport may establish and maintain a file of your personal information for the purposes described
above. If you wish to request access to your personal information in our custody or control, or to
request a correction to your personal information, or to request personal information be
destroyed, you may email to fulfil request. Your right to access or correct your
personal information is subject to applicable legal restrictions, this policy, and your contractual
obligations. We may take reasonable steps to verify your identity before granting access or
making corrections. If you wish to make inquiries or complaints or have other concerns about our
personal information practices, you may write to us as described above.

2.8 – Privacy Policy Changes
This Policy may be revised from time to time. If you are concerned about how your personal
information is used, you should contact us as described above or check our website periodically
to obtain a current copy of this Policy. Your continued provision of Personal Information or use of
our services following any changes to this Policy constitutes your acceptance of any such
changes. This Policy is effective as at 1st September 2020.