What do we collect?
Every time you visit our Blog, our Web server automatically collects the following non-personally identifiable information: your Internet service provider’s address, the referring URL and, information on the pages you access on our site. We collect this information to help diagnose problems, administer our website and track usage statistics. All of this information is collected and used only in the aggregate; that is, it is entered into our database where we can use it to generate overall reports on our visitors, but not individual reports that identify you personally.
We also collect personally identifiable information that you provide, such as information you provide when you subscribe to our Blog, for example, your name, your email address, your telephone number, your address, and any other personal or preference information that you provide to us. You may look at our Blog without disclosing any personally identifiable information.
By using the Blog, you are consenting to have your personal data transferred to and processed in theUnited States.
What are “cookies”?
Most Internet sites collect data about visitors through the use of “cookies”. Cookies are small software programs that help sites recognize repeat visitors by assigning a random number to each desktop for tracking content preferences and traffic patterns. Cookies may be used to “connect” your computer to information stored in a separate location. This Blog may use browser cookies to track user behavior. Through cookies we may also: alert you to new issues that we think might be of interest to you when you return to our Blog; record past activity at our Blog in order to provide you better service when you return to our Blog; or, customize Web page content based on your browser type or other information that you send us.
How Do We Use Your Information?
Additionally, the information we collect is used:
- to generally improve the content and layout of our Blog
- to improve the content and layout of our Blog for individual visitors
- to notify you about updates to our Blog
- to contact you for marketing purposes
- for internal review
When you supply us with personal information, and indicate your consent to receive promotional information, the information you provide will be added to our customer file. You may receive periodic mailings from us. If you do not want to receive such mailings from us, then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on where to contact us to remove yourself from our contact list.
We may send you e-mail with information on new legal issues. If you do not wish to receive such e-mail in the future, please contact us at email@example.com for information on where to contact us to remove yourself from our e-mail list.
Sharing Your Information With Third Parties
We contract with third-party service providers in order to operate our business, including the Blog. Those service providers may need access to your information to perform fulfillment and other services. We undertake to provide only that portion of your information needed to perform the pertinent service, and we require that all of our service providers hold your information in confidence and use it only to provide the service for which they have been engaged.
We do not provide contact information to third party marketers without your permission. We share your information with third parties only in limited circumstances where we believe such sharing is 1) reasonably necessary to offer the service, 2) legally required or, 3) permitted by you.
We may share information with governmental agencies or other companies assisting us in fraud prevention or investigation. We may do so when: (1) permitted or required by law (for example, to respond to a lawful subpoena, warrant or court order); or, (2) trying to protect against or prevent actual or potential fraud or unauthorized transactions; or, (3) investigating fraud which has already taken place; or (4) we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights or interests, or the rights or interests of others. The information is not provided to these companies for marketing purposes.
How do you know your information is secure?
We have appropriate security measures in place in our facilities to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information that we have collected from you at our Blog so you can feel comfortable and secure. However, we cannot guarantee the protection of information against interception, misappropriation, misuse, or alteration or that your information may not be disclosed or accessed by accidental circumstances or by the unauthorized acts of others.
Please note that e-mail is not encrypted and is not considered a secure means of transmitting credit card numbers.
Children Under the Age of 18
NMM will not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from any person under the age of 18. Our services are not designed to attract the attention of persons under the age of 18.
The Blog allows users to share information, is open to the public and should not be considered private.
You should think carefully before posting any personally identifiable information in any public forum. What you post can be seen, disclosed to or collected by third parties and may be used by others in ways we cannot control or predict, including to contact you for unauthorized purposes. As with any public forum on any site, the information you post may also show up in third-party search engines like Google, Yahoo, MSN, Bing, etc. If you mistakenly post personal information in our community areas and would like it removed, you can send us an email to request that we remove it. In some cases, we may not be able to remove your personal information and if we can’t, we will let you know and why not.
To contact us for any reason, including a request to be added or taken off a list, to change your e-mail address, to unsubscribe from our e-mail, or if you have any concerns or questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please note: When you contact us, provide your name and address exactly as it appears on correspondence you have received from us.
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