1. Collection of Information
Currently, CenFRA collects only the names and email addresses of users who voluntarily register for CenFRA’s online newsletter and uses this information solely to send the newsletter to those users. CenFRA is the sole owner of the information collected on our Website and CenFRA does not sell, share or rent this information to third parties except as necessary to administer the Website as disclosed herein. CenFRA may store this information itself or arrange for storage in databases maintained by CenFRA’s service providers.
If a user’s personally-identifiable information changes or if a user desires to terminate his/her newsletter registration, he/she can correct, update or remove all information provided to CenFRA via the registration information page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to and without limitation of any other terms herein, CenFRA will provide its Website and collect limited personal contact information from its users in compliance with all applicable data privacy and data security laws and regulations, including all applicable laws and regulations concerning personal data submitted to, collected by, used by, stored on, and/or hosted on the Website, which include the EU General Data Protection Legislation effective as of May 25, 2018, the European Directive 2009/136/EC, and any and all other applicable and/or successor data privacy/security legislation in any state, federal, or foreign country or other jurisdiction in which the Website is hosted and/or operates, including data collection, data processing, and email activities.
2. Means of Collecting Information; No Online Tracking
CenFRA may track certain user information solely to administer the Website and to analyze data for trends and statistics on an aggregated basis; provided that aggregated information will not be linked in any way to user-identifiable information. CenFRA may collect non-personally-identifiable information, including IP addresses, through commonly-used information-gathering tools such as cookies and analytical tools. (Please note that, if an individual disables his or her Web browser’s ability to accept cookies, that individual can navigate the Website but may not be able to successfully use all the features and functions thereon.)
Children under the age of thirteen should not provide any personal information on this Website. CenFRA is committed to protecting children’s online privacy; accordingly, CenFRA does not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13 and CenFRA will not retain any information provided by a user under the age of 13 if CenFRA becomes aware of such user’s age.
3. Use and Sharing of Collected Information
CenFRA shares user information with its Providers solely to enable those providers to provide the Website, CenFRA’s newsletters and related services on CenFRA’s behalf.
CenFRA does not share, sell, rent or trade any user information with third parties for promotional purposes, including targeted advertising to CenFRA’s users. CenFRA does not currently permit the collection of personal or tracking information by third parties through advertising technologies deployed on the Website nor does CenFRA share personal information collected from the Website with any third parties (other than its Providers). CenFRA will share only aggregate and anonymous information with third parties for marketing, research or similar purposes.
CenFRA reserves the right to use or disclose user information if required by law or court order or if CenFRA reasonably believes that use or disclosure is necessary to protect CenFRA’s rights. CenFRA may also transfer users’ information to a third party in the course of a sale or reorganization of CenFRA’s business or assets.
4. Surveys and Giveaways
CenFRA cannot and does not guarantee or warrant the security and privacy of information provided by users on or through the Website. Each user discloses personal information on or through our Website wholly at his/her own risk and each acknowledges that he/she is aware of the security and privacy risks involved, including limitations of the security, privacy and authentication measures in the Website, threats of external interference such as eavesdropping, breaking passwords and hacking, and contamination by viruses.
6. Public Forums and Client Testimonials