LAST UPDATED ON JANUARY 23, 2020
Personal Information Use
What is "Personally Identifiable Information"?
PII is defined by U.S. privacy law as any personal or identifying information that can be used to identify, contact or locate an individual either on its own or in context with other personal information.
When would we collect personal information?
We only have access to--and would only ever collect--information that you actively provide to us via email or direct contact. We will never ask for your information unless it is necessary to fulfill a request you have made of us directly. We do not sell personal information to anyone.
How would we use this information?
Would we share or sell your information?
No. We will not share your information with any third parties without you requesting us to do so. An example of such an exception would be if you need help from a manufacturer or partner over a customer service issue, we can share your information to help connect you faster.
How to review, change or delete any personal data we've collected:
Please email us your specific request at email@example.com or reply to our correspondence if you would like to do any of the following: See what data we have about you Update or change any of your data Delete some or all of your data Ask any other questions you may have about your data and its use
How is personally identifiable data protected?
What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files sent from a website and to a user's web browser and stored on the hard drive. They are most often used by websites to identify unique and return users and to track preferences and behavior.
What types of cookies do we use?
We use both first and third-party cookies. First party cookies are cookies we place and access, whereas third-party cookies are accessed by some of our third-party vendors. Third-Party Cookies: Advertising cookies do not contain personally identifiable information and allow users to remain anonymous. However, they do permit advertisers to make ads more relevant to the user’s interests. Advertising cookies are referred to as third-party cookies because they track navigation and publish ads on behalf of third parties. First Party Cookies: We use analytics cookies to gather information about your use of the site. This information is anonymous and only used internally to improve the site according to general user behavior. These cookies tell us things like how people navigate the site, which pages they may return to and which may prompt them to leave the site.
How can you remove or disable cookies?
You can remove cookies or manage your preferences through your browser settings at any time, though in some cases, you may need to do this on a per use and not one-time basis. You can also generally opt-out of receiving personalized ads from third-party advertisers and ad networks who are members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) or who follow the Digital Advertising Alliance’s Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising by visiting the opt-out pages on the NAI and DAA website.