We take your privacy extremely seriously. With this in mind, we have established a few basic principles:
First, we only ask for personal information when it is truly necessary.
Second, we do not share personal information with anyone except as required by law, to improve our products, or to protect our rights.
Third, we only store personal information on our servers if it is needed for the ongoing operation of one of our services.
Similar to most websites, we collect non-personally identifying information from visitors such as browser type, language preference, referral site, and date and time of each request. This information helps us better understand how visitors use our website. On occasion, we may release non-personally identifying information in aggregate form, like publishing a report on website usage trends. We also collect potentially personally identifying information such as IP addresses.
Gathering of Personally Identifying Information:
Some visitors may choose to interact with our website in ways that require us to gather personal information. The type and amount of information collected depends on the nature of the interaction. In all cases, we only collect the minimum amount of information necessary for the interaction. We do not disclose personal information except as described below. Visitors can choose not to provide personal information, but this may limit their ability to engage in certain website activities or services.
Protection of Personally Identifying Information:
We only share potentially personally identifying and personally identifying information with individuals and affiliated organizations who need the information to provide services on our website and have agreed not to disclose it to others. These individuals and organizations may be located outside of your home country, by using our website you consent to the transfer of such information. We will not rent or sell this information to anyone. Except as described above, we will only disclose potentially personally identifying and personally identifying information when legally required or when we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect our property or rights, those of third parties, or the general public.