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Privacy Policy

We are sensitive to protecting the private information that our visitors provide to us. The trust and loyalty of our customers is very important to us and this policy demonstrates our commitment to making sure your experience with our web site is positive. This policy statement describes how we treat information received about you when you are a visitor to the Web Site.


Information Collection

We do not and will not collect personally identifying information about you when you visit our Web Site, unless you choose to provide such information to us. You also may decide to send us personally identifying information (for example your mailing address or e-mail address), in an electronic mail message requesting that we send you information. In all cases, we will not sell, share or release any personally identifying information to any third parties unless request us to do so in writing.

If you visit our Web Site to read press releases, news and events, or access Informant Systems, Inc. product specifications, we may collect (in a completely anonymous fashion), broad statistical information that aids us in identifying the issues important to visitors and our customers. These may include:

  • Name of the domain from which you access the Internet.
  • Date and time you access our Web Site.
  • Internet address of the web site from which you linked directly to our Web Site.
  • Pages that you visit.
  • Selections that you make.

For site management purposes, anonymous information is collected for statistical analysis. This web site uses software programs to create summary statistics, which are used for such purposes as assessing the number of visitors to the different sections of our Web Site, what information is of most and least interest, determining product design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas.


A cookie is a small piece of information that is sent to your browser—along with a Web page—when you access a Web site. There are two kinds of cookies. A session cookie is a line of text that is stored temporarily in your computer’s RAM. Because a session cookie is never written to a drive, it is destroyed as soon as you close your browser. A persistent cookie is a more permanent line of text that gets saved by your browser to a file on your hard drive. If you have your browser set to notify you before accepting cookies the notice will tell you if the cookie expires some time in the future or not. Persistent cookies have an expiration date in the future. Session cookies have no date associated with them.

The Web Site uses cookies to store session information that simplifies interaction with the service. These cookies do not enable third parties to access any of your customer information.


Security Policies

For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all, this Web site employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage. Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on our Web Site is strictly prohibited and may be punishable under the law.

Please remember that no computer system should be considered safe from intrusion. For example, e-mail may pass through many computer systems, and should not be considered a secure means of communication unless encrypted. Even then, information is only as secure as the encryption method. Therefore, although we take many precautions to protect our system and our servers, we cannot guarantee the security of any data on any server, including secure servers.


The Web Site may at some point use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), the industry standard security protocol to communicate with secure browsers like Netscape and Internet Explorer. When communicating with a secure server, these browsers encrypt the information you send in a way that is extremely difficult for anyone else to decode. (You do not have to know whether your browser supports secure transactions. If it does not, you will not be able to login to the secure portions of our Web Site once implemented.)

Secure Pages

Some parts of the Web Site may at some point be secured. Some of the activity on our Web Site involves the viewing of materials we have prepared and made accessible to everyone, so there is no need for these pages to be secure. With a service information page, for example, no security risk exists because there is no exchange of information. Anyone can access the same pages by pointing their browser at

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