This statement discloses the privacy practices for the DemoForge.com web site.
DemoForge.com and your privacy
At DemoForge we respect your right to privacy and we understand that, as a visitor to DemoForge.com, you prefer to control your own personal information and preferences. For this reason, we may ask you to register or to provide personal information and preferences when you visit certain areas of DemoForge.com, download free software, request information, or subscribe to DemoForge newsletters.
We will guard the personal information you share with us to ensure the content, services, and advertising that we provide on DemoForge.com are always tailored to your current, designated preferences.
When you provide DemoForge with your name (or alias), e-mail address, mailing address, or telephone number, and you "opt in," DemoForge and DemoForge representatives may use the provided information to alert you to product upgrades, special offers, updated information, classes, new services, and other DemoForge related information. ("Representatives" include value-added resellers and authorized training partners.) DemoForge does not offer, or allow the selling of, any user-provided information to third parties.
DemoForge respects the rights users give us when opting to receive e-mail communications and enforces internal policies to preserve those rights. It is our objective to retain the long-term ability to continue to communicate with our users.
If you do not want DemoForge or DemoForge representatives to contact you, you may "opt out" of this preference at any time, whether you're online or contacting DemoForge directly. As part of your preference flexibility, you'll always have the option to opt back in and have DemoForge contact you based on your previous or new preferences. For instructions, please see the section "Contact Information," below.
If you choose not to register or provide personal information, you can still visit DemoForge.com Web site; however, you will not have access to areas that require personal identification.
Use of Log Files (Cookies)
A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user's computer tied to information about the user. We use both session ID cookies and persistent cookies. For the session ID cookie, once users close the browser, the cookie simply terminates. A persistent cookie is a small text file stored on the user's hard drive for an extended period of time. Persistent cookies can be removed by following Internet browser help file directions.
By setting a cookie on our site, users would not have to log in a password more than once, thereby saving time while on our site. If users reject the cookie, they may still use our site. The only drawback to this is that the user will be limited in some areas of our site. Persistent cookies enable us to track and target the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our site.
Web beacons, also known as clear gif technology, or action tags, assist in delivering the cookie. This technology tells us how many visitors clicked on key elements (such as links or graphics) on a DemoForge.com Web page. We do not use this technology to access your personally identifiable information on DemoForge.com; it is a tool we use to compile aggregated statistics about DemoForge.com Web site usage. We may share aggregated site statistics with partner companies but do not allow other companies to place clear gifs on our sites.
DemoForge.com contains links to other sites. Please be aware that we, DemoForge, are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of each and every Web site that collects personally identifiable information. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by DemoForge.com.
Protection of Children's Personal Information
The DemoForge.com site does not publish content that is targeted to children.
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Last updated July 21, 2009.