Information We Collect and Store Automatically.
When you visit this website, we collect and store anonymous information about your visit. This information, which your computer automatically supplies to every website you visit, includes your computer’s Internet Protocol (IP) address, the name of the domain from which you gain access to the intenet (aol.com, if you are using an AOL account, or mit.edu, if you are using a Massachusetts Institute of Technology account), the website from which you gained access to our website (www.google.com), and the browsing software that you are using (Microsoft’s Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator).
We create summary reports using this anonymous information to count how many people visit our website, and to access what information is most interesting to our visitors. We may store all of the information we collect indefinitely. We do not try to match any personal identifiable information (from email correspondence, for instance) with any of the anonymous information. The only time that we will attempt to trace the anonymous information to a specific individual, is when there are reasonable grounds to believe that doing so would provide information that is relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation and requested by law enforcement.
Information collected from emails:
We do not sell, rent, or divulge names, addresses, or other personally identifying information for commercial purposes, or for any other reason.
About What Information We Collect From You and How We Disseminate that information.
We do not sell, rent, lease, or give out names, addresses, or other personally identifying information for commercial purposes, or for any other reason.
The only personally identifying information about you that we collect through this website, is information that you choose to submit to us. You have complete control then over the personally identifying information we collect from you.
Once you submit the information to us, it will only be used by our company and never sold, rented, or leased, to any other party.
If you have a concern, for any reason, about any correspondence that you have submitted to us, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We do not currently offer secure or encrypted email, so we encourage you not to send us highly sensitive information by email. If you need to submit such information to us, please consider contacting us instead, by telephone at (888) 348-2877 or by US Mail at 2378 Dane Hill Road, W. Charleston, VT 05872.
Access to Information We Collect from You:
This website does not collect personally identifying information except what you submit to us when you request a free eBook or in any emails that you send. We do not match any personally identifying information with any of the anonymous information that we do record. As a result, we generally cannot identify,and therefore, are not able to provide any information about your visit to our website.
What do we do with the information we collect from you?
When you request an eBook your information is then stored so that we may contact you if that eBook is updated; occasionally we will contact you for feedback about the eBook that you requested.
When you send us an email using the Contact Us option; your email address is only used to respond to your inquiry.
Personally Identifying Information:
Any information that could reasonably be used to identify you personallly, including:
- Email Address
- Social Security Number
- Birth Date
- Bank Account Information
- Credit Card Information
- Any combination of information that could be used to identify you; such as, your birth date, your zip code, and your gender.
Small files that websites store on your computer. A cookie file generally contains an identification number that allows the website to recognize you as you navigate through the site, and also, when you return to the site at a later date. Cookies allow a website to store your references and to tailor its offerings to you. Cookies can, also, be used to track your browsing behavior on the web. You can prevent websites from placing cookies on your computer by using your browser’s preference menu, although disabling cookies may affect your ability to view or interact with some websites.
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