We do not share your personal information with any third parties. By “personal information” we mean information that can be used by someone to identify or contact you, such as your name, e-mail address, or mailing address, and by “third parties” we mean anyone who is not directly involved in the processing of your online inquiries.
In browsing our Site, you may provide us with various personal information. For example, when you indicate your interest in learning more about our services on our Site, you may provide your name, company name, e-mail address, and/or mailing address. As another example, you may wish to send us an e-mail with your personal comments regarding our Site.
We use the personal information you provide to process your requests and for other purposes specific to your use of our Site.
To measure our visitors' interest in, and use of, various areas of the Site, including any advertising, we may rely upon aggregate information – which is information that does not identify you. With this aggregate information, we may undertake statistical and other summary analyses of our visitors' behavior and characteristics. Although we may share this aggregate information with third parties, please rest assured that no information we provide to third parties will allow anyone to identify you, or determine anything personal about you or your company without your prior consent.
Upon your request, and to the extent your request does not compromise our privacy or security policies, we will update and correct personal information you have previously provided to us. In addition, if you request, we use commercially reasonable efforts to remove your name and personal information from our database. Please understand, however, that it may be impossible to remove this information completely, due to backups and records of deletions. If you wish to update your information, you may do so by sending us an e-mail that identifies the information you wish to have updated. If you wish to remove your name from our database, simply send us an e-mail to so indicate your desire.
Unless you have chosen to disable it, your Internet web browser has a feature called a “cookie.” Cookies are small text files that a web site can use to recognize repeat users, to facilitate the user's ongoing access to and use of the site, and to compile aggregate data to improve the site and focus advertising. Cookies work as follows:a web site will send a cookie to your browser that uniquely associates your computer with information the site can store for you. Your browser places the cookie in its cookie file. When you next access that site on your computer, the site recognizes the cookie, and makes the stored information available to you.
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