Information Collected On the Site
Our primary goal in collecting information is to provide you with a customized experience when visiting our Web site and to make our Web site more valuable to you. We try for example to ensure that any banner advertising that may be delivered to you are consistent with your interests. We may also email you with messages and advertisements that we think may be of interest to you.
Cookies can be turned off (disabled) on a visitor's computer by simply configuring the Web browser to accomplish this procedure. This eliminates the ability of our Web site to attach cookies to a visitor. However, by turning the cookies off, the full functionality of the Web site and the Web site offering may be limited when distributing content and information to the visitor. By setting your browser to reject cookies you may also be required to login to the Web site every time you desire to make use of the personalization features of the Web site.
Third Party Advertising
Personally Identifiable Information
There may be instances when a registration page asks for information and if a visitor agrees to provide personal information it is only then that personal information will be collected and entered exactly as provided by the visitor. Information such as user name, address (e-mail or postal mail), telephone number, city, state, zip, and any other information personally provided by a visitor are examples of information that may be collected and kept to identify individuals for future use. The visitor will be informed of the use for the information and will be provided with the opportunity to opt out of the registration at any time. All information provided by the visitor must be given as their personal information or information for another individual for whom the visitor has permission to register the information given to the Web site.
Typical instances that may involve the collection of personally identifiable information may include job applications, job inquiries, demonstration requests, product inquiries, requests for marketing materials, access to Web site tools, newsletter registration, sweepstakes registration, promotions registration, survey participation, registration as necessary to post information or participate in any community forums or discussion groups, and other similar applications requiring data that assists with the process or procedure being undertaken.
The Use of Information
Third-Party Use of Information
Tecstra Systems divisions, agents, and partners with whom we establish working relationships may be given access to the identifiable and non-identifiable information in order to conduct business with our organization. Information shared with these parties will require that it be used only for purposes related to the services provided to our visitors and in a manner consistent with the security policies established by Tecstra Systems, such as fulfillment for orders, surveys, promotions, and related activities. Every effort will be undertaken to insure the integrity of this data so that it is not misused or repurposed for the needs of the third party.
Posting of Information
Links to Sites
Web sites that may be displayed and linked in the Tecstra Systems site are not governed by the Privacy Policies of Tecstra Systems. Therefore, Web site visitors to those linked sites will be required to review the policies of the linked Web sites in order to gain a thorough understanding of their Privacy Policies, realizing that Tecstra Systems has no governing rights to the policies of others.
Tecstra Systems is committed to protecting the rights and interests of children. It is our policy to not allow the collection of personal information at the Tecstra Web site from children who are 13 years of age or younger unless consent is provided by a parent or guardian.
The information collected through the Tecstra Web site is placed in databases controlled by Tecstra Systems. The security measures used to maintain the privacy of the information include the use of firewalls, a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) of encryption, and security procedures designed to assist in protecting the data and information provided by you as a visitor in order to prevent unauthorized access and use. It is important to realize that we cannot fully guarantee the security of any data or information provided to our Web site and that you, as a visitor, provide it at your own risk. Information that you include in any message you post on our Website is available to anyone with access to the Web site. If you do not want people to have access or knowledge of your name or email address make sure that you do not include it in any message or information you post on our Web site.