Effective March 1, 2010
What information is generated when you visit www.coronadoislandhomes.com?
Depending on how you use our Web site, certain types of personal and nonpersonal information may be generated and collected. For example, you may give us your name or e-mail address when you complete a registration screen, respond to a questionnaire or submit an e-mail to us. Any personal information that you provide to us will be used by us primarily to fulfill the stated objective for which the information was requested or collected (e.g. if information is provided as a result of you e-mailing us, we will use the information provided, such as e-mail address, to respond to you).
Other types of information that may be generated and collected when you use our Web site is information that we consider nonpersonal in nature. For example, we may collect the name of the domain from which you access the Internet (for example, aol.com, if you are connecting from an America Online account); the date and time you access our site or and the Internet address of the Web site from which you linked directly to our site. We use this information to measure the number of visitors to the different sections of our Web site and to help us make our Web site more useful to visitors.
What is a cookie? A cookie is a data file that is created and stored on your computer’s hard drive when you visit a Web site. The typical purposes of a cookie is to make your use of the Web site easier and more convenient and to assist the Web site in tracking your use of the site. For example, a cookie may save the registration information, passwords, purchases or preferences that you create when using a Web site so you don’t have to reenter this information. Cookies may also tell the Web site which areas of the site are popular and which aren’t. Cookie technology is used by most major Web sites and is considered an industry standard for the Internet.
“Contact Us” Feature
Like most sites on the Internet, our Web site contains a feature that allows you to contact us with your comments or questions. Not surprisingly, we call this feature “Contact Us.” To use this feature, there is an icon at the top of each page on our Web site which you can click onto. When you do click this icon, a screen will prompt you to provide us with certain information, such as your first and last name, email address, phone and fax number and your address, including your city and state.
The information collected through the “Contact Us” feature is used to investigate and respond to your inquiries.
Links to Other Sites
We currently offer as a free service to our web visitors as an email newsletter. To sign up for the email newsletter, we ask you to provide certain information, such as your name, phone number, business postal and email addresses and your web site address (if you have one). In addition, you can submit the names and email address of others which you want to be subscribers of the service.
Under no circumstances will the information provided you when signing up for the Newsletter Service, including the names and email address of clients and customers, be used for any purpose other than to perform the Customer Newsletter Service.
Required by Law
We may disclose information provided by you if we are legally required to do so, such as by court order or subpoena.
We have adopted what we consider to be reasonable security measures to protect against the loss, theft, misuse and alteration of information collected through our Web site. However, if you are concerned about the security of the Internet or our Web site, we suggest that you not provide this information.
Our Web site does not currently attempt to collect or solicit information from persons who are under the age of eighteen. However, given the anonymous nature of the Internet, it is possible that someone under the age of eighteen may access our Web site and provide us with personal information. If this situation occurs and it is brought to our attention, we will not use the information in any way without prior parental consent and we will take all reasonable steps to prevent it from occurring again.
Our Web site provides you the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications from us.
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