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McCormick Family  Privacy Policy

This document describes our policies for collecting user information from this website and the use and disclosure of this information. This statement applies to our site and any information obtained by us from places other than our website. If you have any questions or concerns we encourage you to contact us..

We collect non-personal, user information and data to help improve the usability and security of our site. Non-personal information includes the type of browser you use, the type of computer, it's operating system and capacities, your Internet Service Provider and other data relating to hardware and software limitations. This is essentially public information provided by your browser in its header exchanges with any server, not exclusively our server.  We use this information to form aggregated data which helps us understand how our users as a whole, experience our site. This analysis allows us to continually improve our site and provide a more enjoyable experience for our users.

Your personal information cannot be gathered unless you voluntarily submit it. We require this when you subscribe to our mailing list, or submit a request for technical support. You will be asked to provide the personal information that we need to complete and fully record a business transaction as is required by law.

Any sensitive information submitted is protected and transmitted using SSL encryption technology. In all cases, sensitive data is stored within, retrieved and accessed via a secure connection.

We do not sell or rent your personal identity information to any third parties. In the event of a merger, joint venture, or other transfer or disposition of some or all of the assets of our company, you acknowledge and agree that we can assign, sell, license or transfer any information, including personally identifying information, to third parties.

An IP address is a number that is assigned to your computer by your Internet Service Provider whenever you connect to the Internet. An IP addresses does not disclose any personal information. We use IP addresses for security purposes, to track paths taken through our web site and analyze aggregate trends.

We may sell aggregate data, such as the total number of visitors using a particular client (browser) or the total number of visitors from a particular country. Aggregate data refers to data that cannot be directly linked to a specific individual. Aggregated data does not include personal information about you. We reserve the right to disclose your personal information to legal authorities if we believe our terms of use or policies have been violated.

By accessing and using our site, or by using our services, you signify your agreement to and acceptance of the policies stated herein.

Last Updated on Monday, 03 May 2010 17:28

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