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Information We Gather
The only personal or individually-identifiable information we obtain about visitors to our Website is information supplied voluntarily by those visitors. This means that you can visit our Website without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself.
You can choose to provide individually-identifiable information to us in a number of ways: through the capabilities of our Website, by sending us e-mail, or by requesting information about our products or services. For example, if you request information about our products or services, you may provide us with your name, address, telephone number, and other contact information. You should be mindful of the information that you choose to submit to us, and you should make sure that this information is complete, truthful, and accurate.
We may also retain the content of, and metadata regarding, any correspondence you may have with us or our representatives, regardless of the subject matter or the mode of communication by which such correspondence is made. This information helps us to improve our capabilities and services, as well as the Website and the content, materials, and opportunities that we offer or describe on the Website.
To gauge the effectiveness of our Website, we collect some non-individually-identifiable generic information about you when you visit the Website. For example, our Web servers automatically recognize a visitor's domain name, the Web page that you most recently visited before coming to our Website, which pages you visit on our Website, and how much time spend on each page. This information does not reveal your identity. We aggregate this information and use it to evaluate and improve our Website.
Our Website may use "cookies" to improve our level of service to you. Cookies are lines of text that are transmitted to your Web browser when you access a website. Your browser stores the information on your hard drive, and when you return to that website later, the cookie is transmitted back to the website’s server. Cookies provide a way for a server to recognize you, to recall a previous request or previous registration, or to keep track of a transaction as it progresses, so that information does not have to be re-entered. You can configure your browser to alert you when a website is attempting to send you a cookie and to give you the option of refusing the cookie. You can also check your hard drive for cookie files. They are stored in the "cookies.txt" file on PCs and under "magic cookies" on Macintoshes.
How We Use and Share Information
We do not sell individually-identifiable, non-public information about you that we obtain through our Website to third parties. When you supply information about yourself for a specific purpose, we use that information, and may disclose it to third parties, to accomplish that purpose (such as to provide the information you have requested or to verify the information you have provided). In addition, when you use the Website to request information about our products or services or to supply us with information, we may use the individually-identifiable information that you provide as we would use similar information obtained through other sources, for example, to evaluate your service needs and to contact you regarding additional services you may find useful. You have the right to choose not to receive this information on additional services by notifying us of your preference, at the email address given below.
We may produce reports on Website traffic or usage patterns and share these reports with our business partners and others, but the information contained in these reports is anonymous and does not allow identification of any specific individual or entity. Similarly, we may from time to time share aggregated information and data that do not identify any particular individual or entity with third parties.
Please be advised that we may disclose your individually-identifiable information if disclosure is required by law (or if we become subject to a subpoena or court order), if disclosure is necessary to protect the safety of any person, to establish, exercise, or protect our legal rights, to enforce the Terms and Conditions of Use, to assert and defend against legal claims, or if we believe such disclosure is necessary to investigate, prevent, or take other action regarding actual or suspected illegal or fraudulent activities.
How We Protect Information
We strive to ensure that the information we obtain and use about our clients is accurate. To that end, we strive to verify that our records are correct. If you find an error in any communication from us, please notify us. Our service representatives are trained to answer any questions about the information we have about you, including how to correct any inaccuracies in that information.
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