This privacy statement covers personally identifiable information, anonymous data collection and aggregate reporting. Personally identifiable information is any information that is associated with your name or personal identity. Anonymous (non-personal) information is data about usage and service operation, reported in aggregate, which is not associated to a specific personal identity. Aggregate information is data collected and summarized in broad categories.
What we collect:
On some web sites, you can order products or services, make information requests, subscribe to marketing or support materials, or register yourself. The types of personal information that you may provide on those pages could include your name, address, telephone, fax, email address, user IDs and passwords, billing information, order transactions, credit card information and contact preferences. In order to personalize and improve web sites, services or communications, you may also be asked to provide information regarding your personal or professional interests, demographics, and experiences with the web sites, services or communications. Providing this additional information may be optional. We currently do NOT collect any personally identifiable information.
Anonymous (non-personal) data is aggregated for reporting on our web site usability, performance, and effectiveness. Your non-personal information is used to help us understand your needs and interests and provide you with better services, thus improving your experience, and our site's usability and content.
Who we share it with:
We will not provide your information without your permission unless required by law enforcement action or subpoena. Local country laws and policies are applied where this is appropriate.
We are committed to ensuring the security of your information. To prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, maintain data accuracy and ensure the appropriate use of the information, We have in place appropriate physical and managerial procedures to safeguard any information we collect.
How cookies, web beacons and other analysis technologies may be used:
A "cookie" is a small data file transferred by a web site to your computer's hard drive. A web-site may send cookies when you surf a site, make purchases, request information, for personalization, or if you register yourself or for certain services. Accepting the cookies used on a site does not give the site access to your Personally Identifiable Information, but the cookies may be used to identify your computer. Many cookies are "session" cookies, meaning the cookie does not stay on your computer after you leave the web site or close your browser. Cookies that remain on your computer are often called "permanent" cookies. These types of cookies are used to facilitate shopping, personalization and registration services. For example, cookies can keep track of what you have selected to purchase as you continue to shop and allow you to enter your password only once on web pages where a logon is required.
Some web pages and HTML-formatted email newsletters use web beacons in conjunction with cookies to compile aggregate statistics about web site usage. A web beacon is an electronic image, called a single-pixel (1x1), or clear-GIF. You may render web beacons unusable by rejecting their associated cookies. This data is not personally identifiable or linked to personally identifiable information.
Currently we do not use any form of cookies or web beacons on our site.
We may use third-party media companies to place ads for our services on other companies' web sites. If you view a web page where our ads appear, the online media company may place a cookie on your computer or use a web beacon. This allows the online media company to recognize the computer when it is used to return to that site, or to measure advertising response. This data is anonymous and is not linked to personal data on the user's computer. We do not have access to the data collected by the online media company. To prevent online media companies from placing cookies on your computer, you will need to visit each media company's web site and use their opt-out process.