When you use our services, you’re trusting us with your information. We understand this is a big responsibility and work hard to protect your information and put you in control.
We collect three different types of data: non-identifiable basic information, non-identifiable cookies, and information (name, email, phone number, company) that you choose to give us through filling out our Contact Us form or by requesting an audit.
We collect non-identifiable basic information
We collect click-stream data, HTTP protocol elements, and search terms. We use these data for research and development, system tracking, and helping visitors reach the right page. We use these data ourselves, and we share aggregated data with our clients. These data are non-identifiable. This means we can’t (and have no interest in trying to) identify any individual person via these data. We also collect access logs and search strings. We use this data to help improve our site and our clients’ sites.
We collect non-identifiable cookie information
We collect HTTPS cookie data. Again, we use these data for research and development, system tracking, and helping visitors reach the right page. We don’t use these data ourselves, but we share aggregated data with our clients. Our cookies are non-identifiable, meaning we can’t (and don’t want to) identify you or any individual person via these data. We collect these cookie data to help improve our website and our clients’ websites.
What are “cookies”?
A cookie is a piece of information sent to a browser by a web server. The browser then returns that information to the Web server. This is how some Web pages “remember” your previous visits; for example, an e-commerce site might use a cookie to remember which items you’ve placed in your online shopping cart. Cookies can also store user preference information, log-in data, etc. Cookies let sites provide you with tailored information.
We have security measures in place to protect the information we collect. We use strong encryption to keep these data safe from loss, tampering, misuse, and unauthorized access.
Links to other sites
Our sites link to and redirect to third-party websites. We’re not responsible for the privacy practices or the content on those sites.