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The Find Me ID app is owned by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc.

About Us

Background

The Find Me ID app is a new child ID program offered by MissingKids.ca – Canada’s missing children resource and response centre. As a national program of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, MissingKids.ca offers Canadian families support in finding their missing child and provides educational materials to help prevent children from going missing. MissingKids.ca partners with police and other stakeholders in the search for missing children.

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The Evolution of the Child ID Program

Since 1987, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s missing children services branch (formerly known as Child Find Manitoba) has been offering local ID clinics to parents across Manitoba. These clinics provided parents with paper booklets to record all of their child’s vital information and a laminated card with their child’s current photo. ID clinics were very popular and considered an important child safety tool for many Canadian families. However, as children grow and change, their photos and information can quickly become outdated — requiring parents to either mark up their paper document or return to an ID clinic to create new ID booklets.

The Find Me ID app offers a unique, modern day approach to storing a child’s vital information.

The Canadian Centre has created a new tool for parents that makes storing a child’s vital information and current photo simple and efficient.

The Find Me ID app provides parents with a user-friendly, quick to update, and absolutely free child identification program, right in the palm of their hands!

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THE APP

Introducing the new Find Me ID app for iPhones® and Android phones

Download the Find Me ID app (Android) 

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Find Me ID is not currently available for iPhone®*. A new version of the app will be released soon.

A missing child is a parent’s worst nightmare. While teaching children safety skills is an essential part of keeping them safe, on occasion kids can still become lost or separated from you, or in rare cases, go missing. When they do - every second matters.

Did you know that one in six missing children is located as a result of recognition from a photograph? Therefore, it is important that parents have current photos readily available to provide to police in the event their child is lost or goes missing. By utilizing MissingKids.ca’s new Find Me ID app on your mobile device, you will have up-to-date information on your child at your fingertips, including vital information and a current photo.

The Find Me ID app will transform the way parents maintain their child’s vital information.

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The Find Me ID app:

  • Is quick, free and easy to download for most models of iPhones® and Android phones (click here to receive a notification when the app is available for Blackberry).
  • Includes unique fields to record a child’s vital information.
  • Allows parents to update their child’s photo within the app at any time or to rely on built-in prompts to update which are based on the age of the child.
  • Contains security features to protect against unauthorized access.
  • Provides safety information and resources for keeping kids safe in different environments.
  • Contains a step-by-step guide of immediate steps to take should a child become separated, lost or go missing.
  • Allows parents to email the most critical information and current photo directly to law enforcement or other important contacts should their child go missing.
  • Provides a direct link to MissingKids.ca – Canada’s missing children resource and response centre - where families in crisis can access support 24/7.
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Examples of how the app might be used:

You are at a large public event and you become separated from your child. You may consider using the Find Me ID app to send your child’s photo and information to:

  • Police
  • Event security
  • Emergency contacts
  • MissingKids.ca

Your child is attending a summer camp and the camp calls to inform you that your child has wandered off. You may consider using the Find Me ID app to send your child’s photo and information to:

  • Police
  • Camp leaders
  • Parks and recreation officials
  • MissingKids.ca
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TIPS

Helpful Tips

The Find Me ID app has been created as a safety tool for parents. We encourage anyone to contact us with any questions, concerns, or feedback on the app. Please click on the tips below to learn more about making the best use of this resource.

  • Keep your child’s photo up to date.
  • While there will be obvious times when you will know to update your child’s photo as s/he grows and changes, below are a few ideas about when you may want to consider taking a new photo of your child.

    • Your child will be attending a crowded public place (e.g. amusement parks, shopping malls, museums, airports). This is especially important if your child tends to wander off in public places, act spontaneously or seeks adventure.
    • Your child will be taking part in large group activities that may not have sufficient adult supervision.
    • Your child will be in an unfamiliar environment.
    • You are traveling with your child or your child is travelling with another adult.

    In all of the above cases, taking a picture of what your child is wearing and what s/he looks like that day may prove to be an invaluable tool should s/he go missing.

  • Ensure the photo of your child is clear.
  • When taking a new photo of your child, ensure the image is clear and shows your child’s current clothing. This will help those assisting you should you become separated from your child.

    On some devices, the images you save to the app may appear compressed due to the high resolution most smart phones are able to capture. Rest assured that any images sent to police, MissingKids.ca or other emergency contacts remain of high quality.

  • Review the unique features within the app.
  • Take time to familiarize yourself with the different features of the app so that it can be quickly accessed in the event of an emergency.

  • Communicate with your kids.
  • Have regular conversations with your children and update the app with any changing information about friends, hangouts or places your child is familiar with, special interests or habits your child may have, and medical or other pertinent information.

    Make safety a habit and take time to talk to your kids about personal safety strategies. For more information on keeping your children safe, please visit the Kids in the Know website. Kids in the Know, a program of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, is an interactive safety education program for increasing the personal safety of children and reducing their risk of victimization online and in the real world.

The app allows parents to upload a new photo of their child at any time.

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Safety Strategies

The Find Me ID app is one tool that parents can use in the event that their child is lost or goes missing. There is always going to be some risk of a child becoming separated from his/her parent, however, efforts can be made to help prevent these situations from happening and, in the event they do occur, to ensure the quick and safe location of the child.

There are certain places, types of activities and adult behaviours that may increase the vulnerability of a child getting lost or becoming separated from his/her parent. We encourage parents to speak with their children about safety strategies, help them to identify safe adults and help them learn what they should do if they do become separated from their parents.

Safety education helps build children’s confidence and critical thinking skills, and helps prepare them for potentially dangerous situations should they arise.

Prevention tips and safety strategies can be found on MissingKids.ca. A few examples are set out below.

  • Make sure your child knows how to contact you.
    • Write your cell phone number on a label or a sticker and place it on your child before entering a public event or area. Teach your child that if s/he becomes separated from you, s/he can approach a safe adult to reach you at that number.
    • Do not write your child’s name anywhere that is visible to the public. If a child is called by name, s/he is more likely to respond to, or follow, a person who is otherwise unknown to them.
  • Teach your child what to do if s/he is lost.
    • In most cases, children should immediately sit down, stay in one place and call out for their parent.
    • With older children, you may be able to designate a place to meet if you become separated. This place must be clearly visible and you need to emphasize to your child that s/he needs to stay at the agreed upon place – no matter what.
    • Teach your child to never leave with someone other than the person s/he came with if lost in a shopping mall, amusement park or other public place/event.
  • Talk about resistance skills.
  • Teach your child active resistance skills — this means shouting, kicking, biting or screaming if anyone (other than you) physically tries to take her/him somewhere.

  • Ask your child how s/he would respond in different situations.
  • Depending on the age and maturity level of your child, practice scenarios with your child. Ask her/him what s/he would do if:

    • Someone approached her/him on the street?
    • Someone asked her/him to help find their kitten or puppy?
    • Someone says that you (the parent) sent to pick her/him up?
    • Someone tries to pull her/him into a car?
    • S/he finds her/himself alone and are considering walking home alone?
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Resources

For more information on the Canadian Centre for Child Protection and its programs please visit our website.

The MissingKids.ca website also provides parents with safety and prevention information specific to missing children:

For more information on preventing children from becoming lost, click here.

For more information on preventing stranger abductions, click here.

For more information on preventing parental child abductions, click here.

For more information on runaway prevention, click here.

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FAQ

  • Why download the app?
  • The Find Me ID app gives you a way to store your child’s vital information in the device that is with you all the time – your phone. The information is easily accessible and may be updated as your child grows to ensure it remains current. The app is not only an invaluable tool in an emergency, but also provides tips and resources to help prevent children from going missing. In addition, you can help secure the information in the app with the use of a password.

  • What do I do if my child goes missing?
  • You do NOT have to wait 24 hours before reporting your child missing.

    Step 1 – Conduct an immediate search.

    • My child is missing from home:
      • Search all areas of your home.
      • Check with neighbors and friends of your child.
      • Check local hangouts.
    • My child is missing from a public place:
      • Notify a clerk, security or a person of authority.
      • Use your Find Me ID child card view to show staff your child’s photo.

    Step 2 – If you are still unable to locate your child contact your local law enforcement agency.

    • Remember there is no law requiring you to wait any length of time before reporting your child missing.
    • Ensure you obtain an incident number and the badge number of the officer taking your report.

    Step 3 – Submit your child’s information to MissingKids.ca using the Find Me ID app.

    • To speak to a caseworker contact MissingKids.ca 24-hour toll-free line at 1-866-KID-TIPS (543-8477).

    Step 4 – Try to stay calm.

    • Document all conversations with law enforcement, friends, relatives, and/or MissingKids.ca and all attempts to locate your child.

    Step 5 – When your child is located it is important not to let your worry and fear show in anger.

    • It is important for you to show your child that you love her/him and are glad s/he is back before addressing any safety lessons or risky behaviors that s/he may have engaged in.
  • What is the difference between basic and extended information?
  • Basic information is the information that you have input on the main card view within the app (i.e. picture, name, address, height weight). Extended information includes both the main card view as well as any information that you have entered in the Extended Child Information area. In the event your child goes missing, you may submit the basic information or extended information to law enforcement, MissingKids.ca or other emergency contacts.

  • I have heard you must wait 24 hours before you can report your child missing to police. Is this true?
  • No. In Canada, you may report your child missing immediately.

  • I am worried my child may run away. Is there someone I can talk to?
  • Yes. You can contact MissingKids.ca, Canada’s missing children resource and response centre, toll-free line at 1-866-KID-TIPS (543-8477) or send us an email through our Contact Us form. You can also visit MissingKids.ca to access information and resources on runaway youth. This section includes information on both youth and family-related issues that increase an adolescent’s vulnerability towards running away, and is accompanied by prevention and intervention strategies to assist families.

  • What age should I begin recording my child’s information and how often should it be updated?
  • It is never too early to record your child’s vital information. The app has been created to offer you the flexibility to update your child’s information at any time but also includes default reminders based on your child’s age.

  • What if I have more than one child?
  • The app allows parents to store information on more than one child, enabling parents to have access to all their children’s information in one central place.

  • Is there a fee?
  • No. The Find Me ID app is free to download to iPhones® and Android phones. If you choose to back up the information stored within the app, or send data stored within the app to others, charges from your provider may apply.

  • What can I do if I forget my password?
    • The app has been designed to store your information, including your password, within your phone. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection does not have your password and therefore, cannot reset it for you. If you forget your password, your only option is to delete the app from your phone (which will also delete your child’s information), re-download the app (allowing you to create a new password) and then re-enter your child’s information.
    • For the above reason, we strongly recommend you record your password, or a hint that will help you remember it, and store it in a safe location that is accessible only to you.
  • Who do I contact if I accidentally send my information to MissingKids.ca?
    • Once information has been submitted to MissingKids.ca through the Find Me ID app, you will receive an automated email response. If the submission was accidental, please indicate this, along with providing your contact information, in a reply email to the automated email response.
    • In addition to the above, you may also send an email through our Contact Us form. If sending an email, please include the name of the child whose information may have been accidentally sent, along with your contact details in the event we need to contact you.
  • How can I get more involved in the search for missing children?
  • There are many ways to get involved and help in the search for Canada’s missing children.

    • Donate. Making a donation enables us to provide important support services to families of missing children, as well as to offer essential prevention information to Canadians in order to help reduce the number of children who go missing each year. If you would like to donate to MissingKids.ca please click here to access our secure online donation system.
    • Be informed. Public participation is critical to the location of missing children — this is why it is important to stay connected and informed. We encourage you to sign up for updates, news and developments with regard to missing children in Canada.
    • Sign up to receive MissingKidsALERTs. The MissingKidsALERT system provides rapid and targeted distribution of information with regard to a missing child. By signing up to receive MissingKidsALERTs, you will receive critical information to help in the search for a missing child in your community through fax or email.
  • Can parents download the app to a Blackberry phone?
  • Not at this time. The Find Me ID app is currently downloadable for iPhones® and Android phones. Click here to receive a notification when the app is available for Blackberry.

Privacy and Security

  • Where is the information I enter into the app stored?
  • All information is stored on your device. If you have your phone set up to back up data to a cloud or to another device, then the information may also be stored in that location.

  • How is the information I enter and save in the app protected?
    • The app is equipped with a password feature that will, if used correctly, help to protect the data saved within the app. This password is in addition to the password you may have set up for general access to your phone and must be entered before the data stored inside the app can be accessed.
    • Given the sensitivity of the information that may be stored within the app, we strongly encourage users to choose a strong password (combination of letters, numbers and symbols) that only you will know, and that you will remember, even in a crisis.
    • Using a strong password can help to protect the information from unauthorized access if you lose your phone, your phone is stolen, or an unauthorized person gains access to your phone.
    • To help protect the information in the app, you must always complete saving what you enter (i.e. you must choose “Done” or “Save”). Choosing “Done” or “Save” lets the app know you are finished entering information and it will then save it to your phone. If the information is not saved, the app is left “open” and will be accessible in the same way other data on your phone is accessible.
    • You are solely responsible for securing and safeguarding your phone and any information you choose to enter, store or transmit using the app. While precautions have been taken to protect the information through the password, it is not possible to guarantee security of electronic information and the responsibility for securing and safeguarding any information within the app ultimately rests with you.
  • If I un-install the app, what happens to my information?
    • Information entered into the app will be deleted from the phone. As with all data stored electronically, there is the potential for the data to be recovered using tools devised for such purpose until such time as the data is either overwritten with new data, or the phone is reformatted for a new user.
    • If you have your phone set up to back-up data to another location (cloud, another device), the data may not delete from that other location until you take steps to delete it.

PARTNERS

Partners in Find Me ID

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection brings the Find Me ID app to Canadians with the endorsement of the RCMP Foundation. The RCMP Foundation was formed in 1994 to support the efforts of RCMP members across Canada who work tirelessly in their communities to transform the lives of Canada's at-risk youth.

The Foundation works alongside the Canadian Centre to ensure Canadian families have access to this important safety tool.

We are grateful to the following organizations for their financial support of Find Me ID:

 

The Canadian Centre partners with law enforcement, government, and the private sector. These relationships are essential to the services we offer Canadian families. If you are interested in obtaining information about opportunities to partner with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, please click here. To make a donation to MissingKids.ca, we welcome you to click here.

End User License Agreement

This End User License Agreement (EULA) is between you, the user, and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc.. This EULA sets out permitted and prohibited uses of the FindMeID Mobile App (the App) and contains disclaimer of warranty and limitation of liability provisions that are binding upon you. Downloading of the App is deemed to be your acceptance of this EULA so if you do not accept the terms do not use the App and delete it from your mobile device.

  • Terms of Download Site: The FindMeID Mobile App (the “App”) is made available to you through certain providers (for example, Apple Inc. and Google Inc.) that operate online stores that facilitate downloading of mobile applications such as, the App Store or Google Play. A provider of an online store is referred to in this EULA as a “Download Site Operator”, and the store is referred to as a “Download Site”. There are terms and conditions posted or made available from a Download Site that may apply between you and the Download Site Operator, and your download and use of the App is subject to those terms as well as this EULA.
  • Acknowledgement: The App is made available to users by the efforts of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc. (“Canadian Centre”), a registered Canadian charitable organization, This EULA is NOT an agreement between you and the Download Site Operator. This Agreement is not intended to replace or conflict with any agreement you may have with the Download Site Operator or any agreement that may apply to you as a consequence of your using the Download Site to obtain the App.
  • Intellectual Property: Design and content of the App as downloaded is copyright 2013 Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc. All rights reserved. Any content you enter into the App is your own and the Canadian Centre claims no ownership or right to such content. All trade-marks used in the App are trade-marks of the Canadian Centre, other than the trade-mark of the RCMP Foundation, which is used with permission. Except as expressly set out in this EULA, the Canadian Centre reserves all right, title and interest in the App (including all logos, design, and images) and all associated copyrights, trade-marks and other intellectual property rights. In the event of any third party claim that: the App, or; your use and possession of the App as permitted by this EULA; infringes upon that third party’s intellectual property rights, the Canadian Centre will be solely responsible for the investigation, defense, settlement and discharge of such claim.
  • Scope of License: The App is licensed to you, not sold. You are granted a personal, limited, non-exclusive and non-transferable license to install and use the App for your non-commercial use on any single compatible mobile device you own or control and as permitted in any usage rules that form part of the terms of service of a Download Site. All rights not expressly granted in this EULA are reserved by Canadian Centre.
  • Limitations of Use: You are expressly prohibited from sub-licensing, renting, leasing, transferring or otherwise distributing the App or rights to use the App. You are not authorized to decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer the App or any component thereof, by any means whatsoever. You may not remove, alter or obscure any product identification, copyright, trade-mark, logos or other intellectual property or legal notices in the App. You may not copy, display, seek to disable, distribute, perform, publish, modify, transfer, create works from or use the App or any component of the App, except as expressly authorized by this EULA. You are not permitted to make the App available over a network where it could be downloaded by multiple users. Your right to use the App is subject to your compliance with this EULA and any agreements you may have with third parties when using the App.
  • Maintenance and Support/Updates: The App is intended for personal individual use on a mobile device, and is free of charge to those who download it. No maintenance or support services of any kind are included with the App and you expressly acknowledge that neither the Canadian Centre nor the Download Site Operator have any obligation whatsoever to furnish maintenance and support services with respect to the App. Updates may be provided at the option of the Canadian Centre as and when available. If an update is provided, the update will be subject to this EULA or any replacement EULA that may be supplied as part of the update, as well as any additional terms that may be included with the update.
  • Cost and Limitations of Access: You are solely responsible for any costs you incur to access and use this application from your mobile device. You must provide at your own expense the equipment, Internet connections or wireless devices/service plans to access and use the App. The Canadian Centre does not guarantee that this App can be accessed on all wireless devices or with all wireless service plans, nor does it guarantee that this App is or will be available in all geographic locations at all times. You acknowledge that when you use this App, your wireless carrier may charge you fees for data, messaging or other wireless access as applicable under your existing plan with such carrier.
  • Term and Termination: The term of your license begins on the date you install or otherwise use the App and ends on the earlier of the date that you delete the App, or the Canadian Centre terminates your license. Your rights terminate immediately and automatically without any notice if you fail to comply with any of the terms and conditions of this EULA. Promptly upon termination you must cease all use of the App and destroy all copies of the App in your possession or control. Termination will not limit any of Canadian Centre’s rights and remedies under this Agreement. The provisions under the headings: Security Disclaimer, Disclaimer of Warranty, Limitation of Liability, Intellectual Property and Limitations of Use; shall survive termination or expiration of this EULA for any reason.
  • Personal Information: You may be required to share certain personal information or information related to the mobile device that you use to download the App, as part of the conditions of using a Download Site. All such personal or other information is subject to privacy policy and terms posted on such Download Site.
  • You are in full control of the information you choose to enter, transmit, or display in connection with your use of the App and you are solely responsible for the consequences of any such actions. If your mobile device has the capability to back information up into a third party network or storage facility (e.g. the cloud), the information may also be stored in such third party network or storage facility and would be at risk of disclosure the same way any other information on your mobile device may be.
  • IMPORTANT: Personal information you enter into the App is NOT shared with the Canadian Centre unless you take a specific and deliberate action to share it (e.g. by sending an email, or registering a missing child at missingkids.ca.). Personal information you do share with the Canadian Centre will be handled in accordance with the privacy policy posted at www.missingkids.ca.
  • Confidentiality and Security: You are solely responsible for securing and safeguarding your mobile device, and any information you choose to enter, store or transmit using the App. The App has been equipped to operate with an 8 character password feature to help you to protect the data saved within the App from unauthorized access. A strong password (combination of letters, numbers and symbols) that only you know and that you will remember in a crisis is strongly recommended. It is also recommended that you enable the password function that may exist on your mobile device as that will help to further protect the data stored in your mobile device.
  • Product Claims: It is acknowledged by you and the Canadian Centre that it is the Canadian Centre, and not the Download Site Operator that is responsible for addressing any claims by you or any third party relating to the App or your possession and/or use of the App including, and not limited to: (i) product liability claims; (ii) any claim that the App fails to conform to any applicable legal or regulatory requirement; and (iii) claims arising under consumer protection or similar legislation.
  • SECURITY DISCLAIMER: YOU SPECIFICALLY ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT WHILE THE APP PASSWORD FEATURE IS INCLUDED TO HELP YOU IMPROVE THE SECURITY OF INFORMATION STORED WITHIN THE APP, SECURITY OF ELECTRONIC INFORMATION CANNOT BE GUARANTEED. BY USING THE APP AND ENTERING INFORMATION INTO THE APP YOU ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR SECURING AND SAFEGUARDING ANY INFORMATION WITHIN THE APP REGARDLESS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES. By way of example and not limitation, if you choose a weak password for the App, or you keep the App password in a location where it can be accessed by others, there is a greater chance the information stored in the App may be accessible to others.
  • DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY: TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, THE APP IS PROVIDED TO YOU “AS IS” WITH ALL FAULTS, WITHOUT WARRANTY AND WITHOUT PERFORMANCE, ASSURANCES OR GUARANTEES OF ANY KIND. YOUR USE OF THE APP IS ENTIRELY AT YOUR RISK. THE CANADIAN CENTRE, ITS AFFILIATES AND ITS LICENSORS (COLLECTIVELY CANADIAN CENTRE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION AND THE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SECTION) DO NOT MAKE, AND HEREBY DISCLAIM, ANY AND ALL EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION: ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF CONDITION, MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, UNINTERRUPTED USE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. THE CANADIAN CENTRE DOES NOT WARRANT: AGAINST INTERFERENCE WITH YOUR ENJOYMENT OR USE OF THE APP; THAT THE APPLICATION WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS; THAT OPERATION OF THE APP WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE; THAT THE APP WILL INTEROOPERATE OR BE COMPATIBLE WITH ANY OTHER APP; THAT THE APP WILL WORK IN ALL GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS OR AT ALL TIMES; THAT ANY ERRORS IN THE APP WILL BE CORRECTED; OR THAT THE APP WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION TO THE SAME OR MULTIPLE DEVICES. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF OR LIMITATIONS ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND IF THAT IS THE CASE THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. In the event of any failure of the App to comply with an applicable warranty the end-user may notify the Download Site Operator and such provider is authorized to refund the purchase price for the App to you. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, the provider of the Download Site shall have no other warranty obligation whatsoever with respect to the App, and any other claims, losses, liabilities, damages, costs or expenses will be your sole responsibility.
  • LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE BY APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL CANADIAN CENTRE BE LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY PERSON CLAIMING THROUGH YOU FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, LOST PROFITS, LOSS OF DATA, COMPUTER OR SECURITY FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, OR ANY OTHER FORM OF DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY OR RESULTING FROM: THIS EULA; THE APP OR YOUR USE OF THE APP; ANY FAILURE, INTERRUPTION OR DEFECT IN THE APP, THE DEVICE UPON WHICH THE APP IS STORED OR ANY THIRD PARTY SERVICES; ANY DELETION, CORRUPTION OR FALURE OF THE APP TO STORE, RETRIEVE OR TRANSMIT DATA; ANY BREACHES RELATING TO OR ARISING FROM BREACH OF PRIVACY OR SECURITY IN TRANSMISSION, RETRIEVAL OR STORAGE OF DATA; WHETHER SUCH DAMAGES ARISE IN TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), CONTRACT, STRICT LIABLITY OR OTHERWISE, AND WHETHER OR NOT THE CANADIAN CENTRE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THS POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT PERMIT A LIMITATION OF LIABLITY FOR CERTAIN MATTERS SO SOME OR ALL OF THE ABOVE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. In no event shall Canadian Centre’s total liability to you for all damages (except as required by applicable law) exceed the amount actually paid by you for the App.
  • Material Terms: The disclaimer of liability and limitation of liability provisions above are essential terms of this EULA without which Canadian Centre would not have granted the license herein.
  • Severability and Survival: If any provision of this EULA is illegal or unenforceable under applicable law, the remainder of the provision and this EULA shall be continue in full force and effect to the greatest extent possible.
  • Governing Law: The App is available only in Canada and is intended for use only by Canadian residents. You expressly agree that governing law and exclusive jurisdiction for any claim or action arising out of related to this App shall be Manitoba, Canada.
  • Entire Agreement: This EULA is the entire agreement between you and Canadian Centre with respect to the App and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous understandings. No amendment to this EULA is binding unless the amendment is distributed by Canadian Centre as part of an update which update is downloaded by you, which action is deemed to be your acceptance of any such amendment. No failure to exercise and to delay exercising a right or power hereunder shall operate as a waiver. If there is a conflict between the terms of this EULA and any applicable purchase or other terms, as between you and Canadian Centre, this EULA shall govern.
  • US Embargo Requirements: This App is intended for use only by Canadians, however as it is possible the App may be used by you outside Canada, it is a requirement that you represent and warrant that you are not located in a country that is subject to a U.S. Government embargo, or that has been designed by the U.S. Government as a “terrorist supporting” country; and you will not use the App in any such place; and that you are not listed on any U.S. Government list of prohibited or restricted parties.
  • App Provider Legal Name and Address: The FindMeID App is provided by: Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc., 615 Academy Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA. Any questions, complaints or claims with respect to the App can be mailed to the above address, or you can call us at: 1-800-532-9135; or send an email to: contact@protectchildren.ca.
  • Third Party Beneficiary: The Canadian Centre and you acknowledge and agree that the provider of site from which you downloaded the App from (Apple Inc. or Google Inc.), and the subsidiaries of such provider, is a third party beneficiary of this EULA and upon your acceptance of the terms and conditions of this EULA, such provider will have the right (and will be deemed to have accepted the right) to enforce this EULA against you as a third party beneficiary thereof.