Last Updated: July 10, 2012
We store personal information to provide a better website experience for you and to serve you better. We may store any information that you enter on our website or we may use common web technologies like "cookies" to collect and store other information, such as the browser that you use to access our site, or your IP address. We may also collect and store information when you access or interact with an email that we send you, such as the date and time you opened the email. Finally, we may collect and store information about you that we obtain from other sources, such as mailing lists.
We use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to transmit your information over the Internet, which is the same technology typically used for online banking. Although we use SSL to securely transmit information between your computer and our website, it is important that you make sure that nobody else has access to your password. If others can login to our website with your user name and password, then they will be able to access the personal information that was intended for you. Use a password that combines uppercase letters, lowercase letters and numbers that is not easy to guess. Commit it to memory so it never needs to be written down and don't tell it to anyone. After you are finished with our site, be sure to logout so that nobody else can access your personal information using that computer.
We don't collect private information from children. We will not knowingly collect or post information from people under the age of 18. If you're under 18, you may use our website only with the involvement of a parent or guardian.
You are in control of your personal information! You can choose not to provide your personal information, but that may prevent you from using some features of our website. We may also provide online interfaces that enable you to modify or delete your personal information, or unsubscribe from mailing lists. If you have any questions or concerns about our use of your personal information, please contact us.