Information Collected by SSSH
It is SSSH's general policy to collect only personal information that the visitor knowingly chooses to provide. When you visit the SSSH Web site, our servers collect general information that we may use to generate aggregate statistics about visitors to our site. The following general information is collected from all visitors to the SSSH Web site:
SSSH maintains a user database independent of its Web operations. The information from this database is drawn from sign-up applications voluntarily provided by persons who come to the Web site. Through these applications the personal information SSSH may collect from you includes, but is not limited to, your name, street address, email address, telephone number and other information that you voluntarily provide.
How Information is Used
SSSH uses the data it collects from its Web site to better serve visitors to the SSSH Web site. SSSH may use the information submitted on the SSSH Web site by visitors in the following ways:
Cookies are a technology to identify a user as the user moves through the SSSH Web site. Cookies store information that a Web site may need to personalize your experience and to gather Web site statistical data, such as which pages you visit, what material you download, your Internet provider's domain name and country, and the addresses of web sites you visited immediately before, and after, visiting a particular web site.
The user who may not desire the functionality offered by the cookie has the option to disable the cookie either by indicating when asked that they do not wish to have the cookie created or by disabling the cookie function in their browser.
Disclosure of Information Collected
Choice Regarding Providing Information
You may unsubscribe from SSSH emails, or assert any other rights you may have under applicable law, by sending an email with "Unsubscribe" or "Data Protection Issue" in the subject line to email@example.com.
SSSH stores the general information and personal information that is collected on the SSSH Web site on secure servers located in the United States or elsewhere. All transactional pages are protected. The secure servers are protected by firewalls and other standard security procedures intended to prevent access by unauthorized third parties, but could become accessible in the event of a security breach. SSSH has no control over the security of the computers or other electronic devices and means you use to send e-mails and submit information to SSSH over the Internet.
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