Collection and Use of Personal Information
Personal information means any information that may be used to identify you, such as your name, title, phone number, email address, or mailing address.
In general, you can browse our web site without giving us any personal information. We use google analytics, to analyze traffic to this web site in order to understand our customers' and visitors' needs and to continually improve our site for them. Google analytics collects only anonymous, aggregate statistics. For example, we do not tie a specific visit to a specific IP address. For more information, see Privacy Statement for Visitors to Sites Tracked by Google Analytics.
If you want to subscribe to our newsletter 'WebAxe', we ask you to simply provide your business email address. In this case, we use your email address only in connection with providing you the newsletter and for no other purpose.
Other activities on our site do not require you to be registered. However, unless you have registered with us by creating a "webjaxon all access" pass (see below) you will need to input your details each time you visit. Those details will only be used to fulfill your specific request and will not be used by WebJaxon any other purpose.
Additional activities on our site require you to be registered-for example, to download a document or register for an event. As part of the registration process, we ask you to create a WebJaxon All Access pass where we collect additional personal information. We use that information for several general purposes: to tell you about products, seminars and services if you so request; to fulfill your request; to contact you if we need to obtain or provide additional information; to verify the accuracy of our records; or to contact you regarding customer satisfaction surveys.
Disclosure of Personal Information
In some instances we rely on our channel partners to fulfill product trials and information requests, and provide customers and prospective customers with information about WebJaxon and its services. To do this, we may pass your information to them for that purpose only, and they are prohibited from using that information for any other purpose.
We sometimes patner with other companies to provide limited services on our behalf, including packaging, mailing and delivering items, sending postal mail, providing technical support, and processing event registrations. In addition, we may use third party information or technology in our products and disclose customer information to such third parties solely for the purposes of fulfillment, support, or audit by such third parties. We may also license/transfer or sell-off our technology to third parties, and in connection with such transitions, we may disclose customer data to the transferee.
If you require further information on the channel partners, vendor companies or third parties to whom your information may have been passed to please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
By using our web site and providing us with your personal data, you consent to this transfer of your personal data.
We may also disclose your personal information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary in connection with a sale, merger, transfer, exchange or other disposition (whether of assets, stock or otherwise) of all or a portion of a our business and/or the business of our subsidiaries or to (1) conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process served on us or this web site; (2) protect and defend our rights, property and this web site; (3) enforce our agreements with you, or (4) act in urgent circumstances to protect personal safety or the public.
Children and Privacy
Our web site does not offer information intended to attract children. We do not knowingly solicit personal information from children under the age of 13.
Security of Personal Information
When you submit any form on webjaxon.com, we use a secure server. The secure server software (SSL) helps protect your information as it travels over the Internet by encrypting that information before it is sent to us. We have also implemented industry-standard security mechanisms and procedures to protect data from loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction.
A cookie is a small text file containing information that a web site transfers to your computer's hard disk for record-keeping purposes. Cookies allow us to analyze our site traffic patterns and to provide a user-friendly registration and log-in process. A cookie can not give us access to your computer or to information beyond what you provide to us. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. Consult your browser's manual or online help if you want information on restricting or disabling the browser's handling of cookies. If you disable cookies, you can still view the publicly available information on our web site, but you will not be able to take advantage of offers or activities requiring a WebJaxon All Access pass, which includes accessing customer-only support areas. If you are using a shared computer and you have cookies turned on, be sure to log off when you finish.
From time to time, we may encourage our customers and web site visitors to tell a friend about WebJaxon services or events. If a customer or visitor chooses to refer a friend to us, we will use that friend's information only for the purposes of sending WebJaxon-related information to that friend. We will use the information only once and it will not be stored in our systems.
Links to Other Web Sites
Unsubscribing From WebJaxon Marketing Communications and Newsletters
If you have set up a WebJaxon All Access pass, you may change your preferences at any time by and following these instructions (which are also provided in the WebJaxon All Access pass pages):
Go to the WebJaxon All Access web page. Select the "Edit My WebJaxon All Access pass" link on the left menu bar and log in with your email address and password.
To update your communication preferences, select "Yes" or "No" to each of the options presented and save your changes by clicking "Submit".
If you do not have a WebJaxon All Access pass, go to the WebJaxon All Access pass web page. Select the "Opt in/Opt Out" link in the left menu bar. Enter your email address and your country and click "Submit". Select "Yes" or "No" to each option presented and save your changes by clicking "submit".
Unsubscribing From User Forums and Product Notifications
WebJaxon service notifications and user forum notices are subscriber-based email communications that are not controlled by WebJaxon marketing email preferences or marketing newsletter subscription preferences. If you have signed up for a user forum in the past and you would like to unsubscribe, please visit our Support & Services Website. Select the link for "Online User Forums" and log in with your WebJaxon All Access pass. Choose Options from the top menu bar. Select My Mailing Lists. Un-check the box next to the list you would like to unsubscribe from and click the "Save" button at the bottom of the form.
Updating Your Personal Information in Your WebJaxon All Access pass.
You can update or correct your contact information online by visiting the WebJaxon All Access pass page and following these instructions:
Go to the WebJaxon All Access pass web page. Select the "Edit My WebJaxon All Access pass" link on the left menu bar and log in with your email address and password. To update your contact information, simply change any information presented in your profile and save those changes by clicking "submit".
Accessing Your Personal Information
You are entitled to access the personal information that we hold. Email your request to our data privacy team at email@example.com. An administrative fee may be payable.
WebJaxon is a participant in the U.S. Department of Commerce’s safe harbor program and adheres to the US safe harbor privacy principles. For more information about the US safe harbor framework, please consult the Department of Commerce’s web site.
For more information about this site or your visit, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This document was last updated December 10, 2007.