Privacy Policy

This Online Privacy Statement applies to all persons accessing, visiting or using the website belonging to
Tri Corporation (“TRI®”) at (the “Website”). TRI® is committed to the protection
of the privacy of persons who visit, access or use the Website. By choosing to visit, access or use the
Website, you agree to TRI’s collection and use of personal information and non-personal information as
described in this Online Privacy Statement. This Online Privacy Statement only governs the use and
disclosure of information collected through the Website.

Collection of Information

TRI® automatically collects the following information:

  • the internet protocol (IP) address and name of the internet domain you used to access the Internet;
  • the date and time you accessed the Website;
  • the URL of the website from which you linked directly to the Website;
  • the Website pages you visited, including the information requested through your browser,
    the response from your browser, the size of the Website pages you received in response to the
    request, and the marketing email or web page that referred you to the page you visited;
  • and the web browser and operating system you used to access our Website.

Additionally, TRI® may request that you provide certain personal information such as name, username,
email address, mailing address, telephone numbers, or social media account information. TRI® may
aggregate information collected from your visit to the Website with other information collected by TRI®.

Use of Information

TRI® will only use your personal data on a lawful basis to fulfill a legitimate interest of TRI®. TRI® may use
information collected from your visit to the Website to:

  • manage and improve the user experience and preferences associated with our Website and TRI® communications;
  • monitor and analyze Website traffic and usage;
  • promote further communication and manage your subscription(s) to TRI® email newsletters or other publications;
  • invite and/or register you (upon request) to webinars or other events that may be of interest to you;
  • optimize and personalize your online interactions with TRI®;
  • conduct online research, education, training, or surveys;
  • exercise TRI’s legal rights, defend against legal claims, or respond to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal processes.
  • respond to inquiries; and
  • monitor compliance with this Privacy Policy and the Website’s Terms of Use.

Disclosure or Sharing of Information

TRI® may use third party service providers and suppliers to maintain and improve the Website. Those
providers and suppliers may have access to the information TRI® collects in order to fulfill their
obligations to TRI®.

Collection Methods

TRI® may use various automated means, including web analytics and cookies, to collect information and
enhance your use of the Website.

Cookies are text files with unique ID tags that are created when you use a web browser to visit the
Website. They keep track of your movements within the Website, help you resume a Website search
from where you ended a prior search and provide other customization functions. For each cookie
created, one is stored on your computer’s browser directory or program data subfolders, and a
corresponding cookie (with the same unique ID tag) is stored on the Website.

Some the cookies TRI® uses are essential to help make a website usable by enabling basic functions like
page navigation and access to secure areas of the Website. Other cookies collect information about
how visitors use the Website. TRI® uses these cookies to improve how the Website works.


TRI® stores your personal data on its servers, and on the servers of the cloud-based database
management services TRI® engages, located in the United States. TRI® retains data for the duration of
your business relationship with TRI® and for a period of time thereafter to analyze the data for TRI’s own
operations. For more information on where and how long your personal data is stored, and for more
information on your rights of erasure and portability, please contact TRI’s Chief Executive Officer, Carlo
Peratoner, at the address listed below.

Applicable laws may give you additional rights to request access to, or to request the erasure, correction
or transfer of, your data. For example, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (the
GDPR) provides certain rights to persons who were/are residing in the European Union at the time we
collect data. If the GDPR applies to your data then you may ask to see your data or request, to the
extent allowed by law, to have your data corrected or erased. You may also object to or request
restrictions on how your data will be processed. You may ask that your data be forwarded or transferred
to another organization. Finally, to the extent allowed by law, you may withdraw consent you have
given to certain data processing, without penalty. If you do decide to withdraw consent at a later date,
your withdrawal will not affect the legality of the processing of your data up to that point.


If you have questions about the collection or use of information you should contact TRI’s Chief Executive
Officer, Carlo Peratoner at

Changes to this Online Privacy Statement

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