Information We May Collect
Two distinct types of information are collected from users when they access our website: a) personally-identifiable information; b) non-personal identifiable information.
As can be inferred, this type of information is personal information through which we, as personnel tasked with managing the website, can identify you as an individual. Categories of information that are included within this spectrum: full name, physical address, e-mail address, gender, workplace, phone number.
Acquiring Personally-Identifiable Information
We will never collect this type of information without prior request. As such, we will require personally-identifiable information only when you: sign up for our newsletter, create an account on our website, comment or post on our forums.
Note: The “comments” section on our website is public. Therefore, even though we review all submitted comments before posting them, we ask you to not provide personal information in your comments.
The non-personally identifiable information cannot be used to identify you as a person. Known as “log files”, it is created every time you visit our website and includes: IP address, type of browser, time and date of access, page on which you were before leaving our website.
Sharing Information with Third Parties
We will never share information pertaining to you as an individual with any third party, except when legal case or law enforcement is in order. If we are required by a Law enforcement agent or by a legal situation – such as illegal or suspicious activity on our website –, we will disclose information with and only with that particular agent.
Some pages on our website will ask you to enter personal data, such as, but not limited to, e-mail address, names, postal address etc. This type of disclosure is voluntary. When possible, our website will offer services without the necessity to share personal or business data. We state that third parties are strictly forbidden to send unrequested information to mailing addresses, phone & fax numbers, or e-mail addresses stored in our database.
Nonetheless, if you do not agree with using cookies, you can easily disable them from the settings of your web browser. But you must keep in mind that, if you disable them, you might encounter some issues from a user experience point of view. If that will be the case, you can reenable them any time from the privacy settings of your browser.
Also, you, as a user of our website, might receive ads that appear on our website. These ads are delivered by advertising partners, who may set cookies. The cookies they might set allow the ad server to recognize your computer each time they send an online ad. The cookie also helps in creating a profile of you or others who use your computer. Therefore, this type of cookie allows advertising networks to deliver targeted advertisements which are believed to be of interest to you.