While using our web site, we recognize that you may provide us with personally identifying information. Personally identifying information is any unique information that individually identifies you, such as your name, mailing address or email address. The following policies describe the types of information that we may collect during your visit and how that information is used.
Viewing pages at our web site does NOT require any personally identifying information. When you visit a page at our web site, we collect limited non-identifying information made available by your web browser including the date and time of the visit, the URL requested, the size of data transferred, the referring web site URL, your host address and the browser version information. We group the statistics of visitors to monitor and manage our web site resources.
If you choose to register for our email newsletter, you will be asked to provide your email address. We will use the email address to register you for the newsletter and to send the newsletter to you on a periodic basis. Each newsletter will include instructions for unsubscribing from the service. Unsubscribing via direct email or web will occur immediately and you will not receive subsequent newsletters. Once unsubscribed, your email address will be removed from the newsletter system within 30 days.
We may periodically send cookies to your computer that uniquely identify your browser. Cookies may be used to track the usage of our web site over time and to present specific affiliate offers during your visit to our web site.
We do not rent or sell your personally identifying information to other companies or individuals without your consent. We may share information within the Commerce Publishing organization.
We take appropriate security measures to protect the information we collect against unauthorized access or modification. We restrict access to personally identifying information to employees who need to know the information in order to operate our web site.
We may link to external sites or employ advertisement systems over which we exercise no control. These external web sites may place their own cookies on your computer, collect data or solicit personal information.