At JS Computer Consulting. (“JS”), we recognize that when you choose to provide us with information about yourself through our web site, you trust us to act in a responsible manner. If we decide to change our privacy practices, we will post those changes on this page. Please check this page for changes from time to time to make sure you are aware of our latest privacy practices.
You may visit our public web site and browse without giving us any personally identifying information, however, to participate in certain offerings or if you ask us to contact you for more information about our services, we may request that you provide us with certain personal information related to providing the service (such as, for example, name, address, phone number and other contact information). That's why we have put a policy in place to disclose to you how your personal information may be used. Please read on for more details about our privacy practices.
What Information does JS Collect? How do we Use It?
At times we may request that you voluntarily supply us with personal information on our web site. Generally this information is requested when you register for a newsletter, email alert or other service or when you request that we contact you to provide further information about our services. JS collects this information to in order to record and support your participation in the activities you select. We may also use this information to keep you informed about new services and special offers from JS and our selected service partners, but you will always have the choice not to receive such information.
Will JS Disclose the Information it Collects to Outside Parties?
JS may store and disclose personal information as allowed or required by applicable law, including making disclosures that are necessary or advisable to: (a) protect the rights, safety or property of users of our web site, the public, or JS or our web site suppliers; and (b) conform to legal or regulatory requirements.
JS may provide aggregate statistics about our customers, sales, traffic patterns, and related site information to reputable third-party vendors, but these statistics will not include any personally identifying information. Also, in connection with certain JS services and activities (for example, customer satisfaction surveys), the collection, transferring, storage and processing of your information may be undertaken by trusted vendors of JS. Such vendors are bound by contract to not use your personal information for their own purposes or provide it to any third parties.
How does JS Protect Personal Information?
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