Effective Date: April 20, 2020
Collection of Information
Personally Identifiable Information
Your Personally Identifiable Information may include, but is not limited to, your name, email address, physical address, and phone number. In general, you may visit our Website without telling us who you are or sharing any Personally Identifiable Information about yourself. The only exception to this policy is if you choose to provide Personally Identifiable Information by contacting an individual at Avocet Communications via an email address provided in a hyperlink. To unsubscribe contact [email protected].
Anonymous Usage Data
Use of Information
Avocet Communications uses Non-Personally Identifiable Information to manage this Website. We may analyze aggregated anonymous information on the pages visited by our users to make our Website more accessible and useful. Further, we may share this data with third parties, usually to provide services for Avocet Communications associated with the maintenance of the Website.
Links to Other Websites
For your convenience, our Website contains links to other websites (including, but not limited to, social media sites) whose information and privacy practices are probably different than ours. If you choose to use these links, you will leave our Website and will then be subject to the privacy and information practices of those websites. We do not control and are not responsible for any of their content or their privacy policies. We do not endorse or make any representations about them, or any information, software, or other products or materials found there, or any results that may be obtained from using them. If you choose to access any of the other websites listed on our Website, you should understand that you do so at your own risk.
We are committed to complying with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Our Website is not directed to children under the age of 13, and we do not knowingly collect Personally Identifiable Information from children under the age of 13. If we receive Personally Identifiable Information that we discover was provided by a child under the age of 13, we will promptly destroy such information. Schools and parents should supervise their children’s online activities and consider the use of other means to provide a child-friendly online environment. If you would like to learn more about COPPA, visit the Federal Trade Commission home page at http://www.ftc.gov.
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