1994, InfoStreet, Inc. has provided the highest quality
products and services, with a level of integrity that
our corporate guide for collecting, storing and using
information that can or potentially could personally identify
an individual user of the InfoStreet Web site. Such information
is commonly referred to as Personal Information.
information do we collect?
collect, monitor and store the following information,
which is commonly referred to as "traffic pattern" information:
(1) The domain name that has accessed our Web site (for
example, if you subscribe to America Online, we would
know that someone that someone from AOL has accessed our
site, but we would not know which of the millions of AOL
users actually accessed our Web site); (2) The date and
time our Web site has been accessed; (3) The number of
visits we have to our Web site; and (4) The Internet address
of the last Web site displayed on your screen prior to
accessing our Web site.
we value and welcome your comments and suggestions, and
have devoted a portion of our Web site for the purpose
of soliciting your input (comments).
If you do take the opportunity to submit comments, we
request your name and e-mail address. This information
will allow us to respond appropriately, if a response
is in fact necessary.
we may collect, monitor and store your name, e-mail address,
postal address, phone number and other domain-related
information. You will always know when we are collecting
this information, and disclosure is always voluntary.
we also try to make it easy for you to reach us by e-mail
us for further information. If you do decide to e-mail
us, it is important for you to know that it is likely
that you will intentionally, or perhaps inadvertently,
send Personal Information.
do we use the Personal Information we collect?
and most importantly, we do not trade, sell, rent, lease,
or otherwise share Personal Information with outside parties.
any Personal Information that is disclosed is done so
voluntarily. Occasionally we will collect names, postal
addresses, phone numbers and domain-related information.
We use this information for our own internal business
purposes and to support your personal usage of various
products and services.
we do not send unsolicited e-mails or online direct marketing
we never use traffic pattern information to personally
identify individual users. Traffic pattern information
is taken and used only to generate generic statistics.
These statistics are used to identify general trends concerning
the use of our Web site, tell us which of our Web pages
are the most popular and to help us determine how we may
improve our site.
if you identify yourself or provide Personal Information
by submitting a comment or sending us an e-mail message,
we use this information to respond to your comments, concerns,
suggestions, questions or requests for information. Additionally,
we may also use this information for our own internal
business and marketing purposes.
"Cookie" is a message given to your Web browser by a Web
server, in our case by an InfoStreet Web server. Your
browser stores this message in a file created by your
browser (the name of the cookie file is dependent on the
browser you are using). The message is then sent back
to the sending server each time you visit an InfoStreet
main purpose of a cookie (or cookies as they are commonly
referred to) is to identify users for the purpose of preparing
customized Web pages. For example, if you have voluntarily
given InfoStreet Personal Information, and we send a cookie
to your browser, we can then provide you with custom information
each time you visit one of our Web sites.
Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can
usually change the settings on your browser to prevent
cookies from being accepted. If you do choose to prevent
us from sending cookies to your browser, you can still
use most of the features on our Web site, but may be unable
to use features enabled by cookies. For example, a cookie
may be used to pre-fill information into text fields when
you visit a particular site. If you do not accept cookies,
the information would not be pre-filled and you would
have to type that information in every time it is requested.
InfoStreet disclose the information it collects to outside
does not trade, sell, rent, lease, or otherwise share
Personal Information with outside parties.
may provide generic statistics about our traffic patterns
and related site information to outside parties, but these
statistics will never include Personal Information.
the above, we reserve the right to disclose Personal Information
if required to operate or maintain our systems, or pursuant
to a court order, subpoena or similar request.
has links on some of its Web pages that will link users
to third party Web sites. InfoStreet is not responsible
for the privacy or other policies of any third party Web
sites with which it has links, or of the links offered
on such third party Web sites. Please refer to the operators
of such third party Web sites for information on their
individual privacy policies.
to certain products and services are password protected.
When you access your account information in a password
protected area, you will be using a secure server (SSL).
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol developed by
Netscape for transmitting private documents via the Internet.
SSL works by using a private key to encrypt data that's
transferred over the SSL connection. In other words, SSL
encrypts all information you input before it is sent to
us. Both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer support
SSL. Web sites use SSL to transmit confidential user information
over the Internet. SSL is widely accepted as being very
uses its best efforts to promote the security, integrity,
and privacy of any Personal Information that you disclose.
Unfortunately, no computer system or data transmission
over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.
As a result, while InfoStreet strives to protect your
Personal Information, InfoStreet cannot guarantee the
security of any information you transmit to us.
in the "real" world, the Internet, or "virtual" world,
has to contend with criminals, cheats and liars. Using
the Internet carries risks that you must be aware of.
We cannot vouch for the security of information sent over
and through computers that we do not administer. We do
promise to do our best to protect your Personal Information
while it is stored in our computers. We also promise to
do our best to protect your Personal Information while
it is in transit to and while it is stored in our computers.
Our best efforts and keeping up with industry standards
is our pledge to you.
may, at its discretion, review and, if appropriate, revise
will be posted prior to becoming effective.
us what you think
welcomes your questions and comments about privacy. Please
send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.