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Types of Information We Collect and How We Collect It
The majority of the product and service information posted on our sites is offered without our collecting any personally identifiable information from you. You can surf the website and view our content anonymously.
Information You Provide
There are a few activities on our sites where the collection of personally identifiable information is necessary. Those activities include special events, like entering a contest or giveaway, subscribing to a newsletter or other information, filling out a survey or questionnaire, or contacting us via email. We do not market to, seek to solicit information from, or knowingly collect information from children under 13. When we collect personally identifiable information, you will know because you will have to provide that information to us. For activities where personally identifiable information is collected, we will usually collect only your name and e-mail address. You can surf the website and view our content anonymously without giving us any personally identifiable information.
The right to be forgotten
If you have given us any personally identifiable information and wish to remove it, you can do so by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org . For security reasons (i.e. to prove it is really you making the request), you would need to contact us from the email address of which you provided us the information you wish to delete. We will then delete all emails or records of you that we have which include that email address.
Specifically in the case of a newsletter, you can unsubscribe from our mailing list via the unsubscribe link contained in any copy of the newsletter that you have received. We comply with the CAN-SPAM act.
Information Collected from You with Technology
Our site may collect some information about you using technology, so it may not be readily apparent to you that it is being collected. For instance, when you visit our site, we may collect certain non-personally identifiable information from your browser, such as your Internet service provider’s address, the web page from which you came, and a record of your activity on our site. This information is not personally identifiable. If you visit our sites on a mobile device, we may collect information about the device, including the operating system and your location.
You are able to view the content on our site regardless of whether you have accepted, declined, or not yet made a choice about Google Analytics tracking cookies.
Other cookies depend on your actions, and may require your attention: if you click on a link from our site to another site, then a tracking cookie may be placed from another domain, even if you declined our Google Analytics cookies. It is not practical to list all possible additional cookies and durations here. To prevent any tracking of this kind, change your browser settings for cookies to "block third-party cookies".
Some, but not all, pages on this site also use tracking pixels or GIFs.
How We Use the Personally Identifiable Information that We Collect
When you supply us with personally identifiable information, the information you provide is used solely for the specific task for which it was supplied. For example, if you supplied your name and email to subscribe to a newsletter, we would only use it for the purposes of sending you the newsletter, and we never share, sell or give your details to another company. For another example, if you supplied your name and email when contacting us via email for any reason, we would never use that information to subscribe you to our newsletter.
The Type of Security We Provide
The importance of security for all personally identifiable information associated with our users is of utmost concern to us. We take technical, contractual, administrative, and physical security steps to protect all visitors’ information. There are some things that you can do to help protect the security of your information as well. You should use caution when using public Wi-Fi, which can make your personal information available to others if not properly secured.
Organizations That Help Protect the Security and Safety of our Users and our Sites
How to Contact Us