Besides Personal Information, when you access or visit any of our sites, we and our operational service providers and others who host our sites may use technology that can recognize, collect, and transmit information that is associated with you, but which does not personally identify you. Although the term “cookies” specifically refers to small pieces of information that is stored by your browser on your computer’s hard-drive for record keeping purposes, we will use the term “cookie” to refer generically to any technology that can recognize, collect or transmit information about your visits to our sites. “Cookie” information typically includes such data as your referring domain, type of internet browser, operating system software, screen resolution, date and time of visit and other technical data related to your visit. No personally identifiable information is collected by this process.
Cookies allow our sites to recognize a users’ computer or access device each time it is used to visit our sites and cookies can keep count of how often you return to our sites. Cookies can also track how you use our sites, the pages you visit and your preferences for features and functions. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to prevent it from accepting cookies. By modifying your browser preferences, you have the choice to accept all cookies, to be notified when a cookie is set, or to reject all cookies. We have sought to set up each site so as to notify you before a cookie is used. However, if you choose to reject all cookies, you may be unable to use parts of our sites.
2. Disclosure of Information. We reserve the right to use any Personal Information we collect for such purposes as market research, responding to feedback, informing you about our services or sending you information that may be of interest to you.
3. California privacy rights. If you are a resident of the State of California, under the California Civil Code, you have the right to request information on how to exercise your disclosure choice options from companies conducting business in California. To do so, send a request for information indicating your preference as to how you would like us to respond to your request (i.e., email or postal mail). To request such information, either send an email to our designated Privacy Administrator at email@example.com.
For all requests, please include your name, street address (if you would like a response via postal mail), city, state, and zip code. We will not accept requests via telephone or fax. We are not responsible for notices that are not labeled or sent properly, or do not have complete information.