Terms of use

By accessing, browsing, or using this web site, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and agree to be bound by these terms.

This Web site and related services are made available by the Infodesign Inc. All software, documentation, information and/or other materials provided on and through this Web site (“Content”) and all of the related services offered by the Infodesign Inc. may be used solely under the following terms and conditions (“Terms of Use”).

This Web site may contain other proprietary notices and copyright information, the terms of which must be observed and followed. The Content on this Web site may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors and may be changed or updated without notice. The Infodesign Inc. may also make improvements and/or changes to the Content at any time without notice.

The Infodesign Inc. and the Members do not want to receive confidential information from you through this Web site and related services. Please note that any information or material sent to us or the Members will be deemed NOT to be confidential and will be publicly available.

We respect the copyright and trademark rights of others and ask you to do the same. Our policy is to suspend or terminate the access privileges of those who infringe the copyrights and trademarks of others.


We have implemented technical and organizational measures designed to secure your personal information from accidental loss and from unauthorized access, use, alteration, or disclosure. However, we cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties will never be able to defeat those measures or use your personal information for improper purposes. You provide your personal information at your own risk.


You consent to accept and receive communications from us, including e-mail, text messages, calls, and push notifications to the cellular telephone number you provide to us. These communications may be generated by automatic telephone dialing systems which will deliver prerecorded messages, including for the purposes of secondary authentication, receipts, reminders and other notifications. Standard message and data rates applied by your cell phone carrier may apply to the text messages we send you. You may opt-out of receiving communications by following the unsubscribe options we provide to you

You may be offered services, products and promotions provided by third parties and not by Square (“Third Party Services”). If you decide to use Third Party Services you will be responsible for reviewing and understanding the terms and conditions for these services. We are not responsible for the performance of any Third Party Services. The Services may contain links to third party websites. The inclusion of any website link does not imply an approval, endorsement, or recommendation by Square. Such third party websites are not governed by these General Terms. You access any such website at your own risk. We expressly disclaim any liability for these websites. When you use a link to go from the Services to a third party website, our Privacy Policy is no longer in effect. Your browsing and interaction on a third party website, including those that have a link in the Services is subject to that website’s own terms, rules and policies.

Disclosure Policy

The purpose of this Disclosure Policy is to define the operating procedures for internal and external communication as well as investor relations that Infodesign Inc. follows in its external communications.

Infodesign’s primary channel for up-to-date information is the Company’s website (www.infodesigncanada.com), which provides equal access to all investors. All of Infodesign’s company releases are available on the website for at least five years from their date of publication.

The Company conducts external disclosure primarily through publication system and through the Company’s website.

Infodesign never uses social media as its primary communication channel for disclosing information covered by the disclosure obligation. Infodesign has internal guidelines concerning the use of social media in Company communications.

We recognize that, given the nature of our legal system, compelling reasons for disclosure of secured testing material may arise. To abide by the terms of purchase, we expect purchasers to do all they can to protect copyright material and to protect the items and scoring criteria as confidential, copyrighted, and trade secret material in response to written requests and/or subpoenas. An exception to releasing test data by a subpoena exists when the qualified purchaser obtains a court order extinguishing, also known as “quashing” or modifying, the subpoena. In this case, we require qualified purchasers to bring to the court’s attention concerns regarding test security and to take steps to resolve the conflict in a responsible manner. When faced with a subpoena or court order for the reproduction of Test Materials, you should secure a court order or protective agreement (to the extent possible) containing the following requirements:

  1. restricted access to materials and the testimony regarding materials to the most limited audience possible, preferably only to individuals who satisfy the test publisher’s qualification policy;
  2. restricted copying of Test materials;
  3. assurance of the return or destruction of the materials at the conclusion of the proceeding (and confirmation of such return or destruction);
  4. the sealing of and/or removing from the record to the extent any portion of such materials are disclosed in pleadings, testimony, or other documents in order to safeguard the integrity of the assessments. It is crucial that the Test Materials do not become part of the public record.

In the absence of a protective court order, we do not support the release of Test Materials to unqualified users who do not have an interest in maintaining the security of the test for the reasons stated above.