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Gathering of Information:
IAPS asks visitors to provide certain personal information when they request further information, reports or tests to be performed on their company's website, when they e-mail a page of the IAPS website to another person, and when they make a purchase from the IAPS website.
IAPS also may ask visitors to provide personal information in other limited circumstances specified at the time the information is gathered. Any information that you post when commenting in the IAPS blog becomes public.
Like all other Web servers, IAPS's Web server automatically logs data for each visitor who accesses our site. These access logs allow us to monitor the performance of our Web server and make our site more useful to our visitors. These standard access logs do NOT record a visitor's name, address, phone number, credit card numbers, or any other personally-identifying information. Rather, they contain some or all of the following information:
Use of Information:
Any information that you disclose when commenting in the IAPS blog, The Technical Training and Consulting Update, becomes public.
Personally-identifying information collected by IAPS is not provided to outside parties other than IAPS service vendors directly involved in performing tasks requested by users. The information is provided for the sole purpose of -- and only to the extent necessary for -- performing the requested work for the user, delivering printed reports from IAPS or serving other internal IAPS purposes.
IAPS also may disclose personal information if required to do so by law or if it believes that such action is necessary to (a) comply with the law or with legal process, (b) protect against misuse or unauthorized use of the IAPS website, or (c) protect the personal safety or property of IAPS website users, or IAPS and its employees.
IAPS uses non-identifying aggregate information to analyze use of and better design the IAPS website and to share with third parties in aggregate form only as appropriate. For example, we may tell a third party that a certain number of users accessed a particular page on our website. However, we will not disclose any information that could be used to identify those users.
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Effective Date: October 30, 2006
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