Our Pledge: We Keep Your Information To Ourselves
A good privacy notice is easy to find, easy to read, and comprehensively explains all your online information practices. It also provides online visitors an opportunity to make informed decisions about the collection and use of their information. As part of good business practices, posting a notice is an important first step in defining your online policies and towards answering one of the major concerns (and barriers) voiced by web-users when going online.
From these simplistic guidelines, we offer this document: It's easy to find, easy to read, contains the bare minimum of leagalese, explains all information we collect, what we do with it, and our promise to you.
We collect and retain any data that you may choose to send us for as long as we deem necessary. This means e-mail you send us or notes we make when you call us get saved. We will generally print out e-mail that you send us in case we need to reference or file it. Our servers collect and maintain mostly-anonymous (IP address, date, and time) data in log files that let us see when and where internet traffic is coming from to help us plan for capacity upgrades or quell server attacks or spammers.
We hate spam and identity theft. Loathe. Despise. Detest. A good portion of our day is occupied battling spam and identity probes. For this reason, we will do our level best to protect the information you share with us and will not share, lend, rent, lease, or skywrite any of your information. While we are developing a custom solution for you, if we feel you might be served well by a third party product or service that would need your information, we will ask you for permission first.
If you have any questions, please contact us.