JoinWeb is sensitive to protecting the private information that our customers and visitors provide to us. We also want you to have the opportunity to obtain interesting and useful information, products and services through JoinWeb. The loyalty of our customers is very important to us and we hope this policy will underscore our commitment to making sure your experience with us is a good one.
Customer information is information such as name, address, telephone number -- any information that identifies a particular individual or business. JoinWeb collects and stores customer information in the following ways:
As part of a customer's registration for JoinWeb's services, customers must provide their user name, address, telephone number(s), company name (if applicable), or other billing information.
We confirm your requested e-mail address(es)
or domain registration(s) or Web site(s).
Depending on the JoinWeb service(s) you select,
we will give you a JoinWeb user ID number
and one or more passwords that you must use
to access and receive the services. We retain
this information in our customer databases while being a customer, all data will
be deleted once you are no longer a client of our services.
How We Use Customer Information
The customer information that we collect during the registration process is or may be used:
Except under the circumstances described above, we do not disclose customer information to third parties.
Changes to Your Customer Information
You may review and update the information you provide to us as part of the registration process by using the Account Management web page at:
Each time a user visits our Web Site, certain anonymous use and navigation information is collected by our servers. This information is aggregated and anonymous. It tell us how our Web Site is used and navigated, including the number, frequency and duration of visits to each Web page.
We use the anonymous, aggregated information to improve the content and navigation features of our Web Site.
Like most Web sites, JoinWeb makes use of browser "cookies". Cookies are files written to a user's hard disk and read by server programs to inform a Web site if the user has previously visited that site.
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