There isn’t a single person who can end cyberbullying. But millions can. By signing this pledge, you'll stand with countless Canadians to help keep your digital neighbourhood safe. Together, we can create a friendlier world online.
Recently, some TELUS.net customers received phishing emails designed to look like a request from TELUS. Please note that TELUS never sends emails or texts asking for passwords, billing or personal information. For more information, visit our Phishing & Spam page.
Your privacy is important to us.
Welcome to the TELUS Privacy Centre. Our Privacy Centre is your home to learn more about our privacy practices. As part of our ongoing commitment to putting customers first, TELUS has established a Data & Trust Office specifically charged with ensuring that our data handling practices are responsible and respectful of your privacy.
At TELUS, we know your privacy matters to you; earning and maintaining your trust matters to us. We understand that in today's technologically complex, data-driven world, it can be difficult to stay up-to-date on how personal information is being used. An important part of our commitment to respecting your privacy is our promise to be transparent with you about our privacy practices and to clearly explain how we protect your privacy.
We have created the TELUS Privacy Centre to provide you with information to help you understand TELUS' privacy practices and how we use data at TELUS. The Privacy Centre also contains best practices on how you can help to protect your information online, and much more.
Privacy Commitment and Code
Earning and maintaining your trust
We believe that an important part of respecting privacy is to be clear about how we handle customers' personal information, and to make information about our approach easily accessible. We have developed our Privacy Commitment to provide you with more specific details about our privacy practices, and our Privacy Code which sets out the general principles that govern the collection, use and disclosure of our customers' personal information
Data analytics at TELUS
Technology is evolving and so are we
TELUS recognizes the potential of big data – and we want to use it to help answer big questions that will improve the lives of Canadians. At TELUS, we believe that data can also be used to benefit society (for social good), when used responsibly, to help make better decisions than ever before – decisions that can improve our lives, our health, our cities and our society. Learn about data analytics at TELUS and your choice to opt out.
How you can help protect your information and privacy.
TELUS takes strong measures to protect the privacy and security of your information, but we all need to take additional steps to protect our own data and our privacy online. We understand that it is not always easy to know where to start. A vital part of our commitment to your privacy is to share best practices with you on what you can do to protect your own privacy and security.
Empowering Canadians to stay safe in our digital world with TELUS Wise.
Free-of-charge, TELUS Wise® offers interactive and informative workshops and content to help Canadians of all ages have a positive experience as digital citizens. Topics include protecting your online security, privacy, and reputation, rising above cyberbullying, and using technology responsibly.
There is increasing global discussion about disclosures of personal information to government organizations for law enforcement purposes. Accurate information about the nature and volume of personal information requests by law enforcement to private companies helps inform this ongoing discussion, and will shape our country’s privacy landscape. It is in that spirit that we publish an annual transparency report, which provides insight into our approach when responding to requests, as well as the volume and types of requests we receive. We are proud of our record of openly sharing with our customers the details about how we respectfully handle and secure their data.