We believe that the responsible use of personal information is critical to the continued success of the internet. As such, we are committed to the highest standards in protecting and safeguarding your right to privacy while using and interacting with our web site.
Our intent is to allow you as much control as possible over your personal information so we will not ask you for any. We will also not secretly gain any information from your computer or its connection identity. Details of how we safeguard your privacy while visiting this web site are listed below.
Detail 1. For each visitor to our web site, our web server will not automatically recognise the visitor’s domain name, browser type, operating system, entry page, exit page, and average time on the web site. Our web server has no such instructions. It will serve you with pages and downloads only.
Detail 2. Any feedback survey, should we decide to run one, will be a totally voluntary questionnaire that solicits visitor feedback on your experience using the Retriever web site. Visitors will remain anonymous unless they choose to provide their name and e-mail address. Any information will be used to better the Retriever web site and provide a more engaging and useful experience for site visitors.
Detail 3. When used properly, cookies can improve the utility of a site by being able to securely store and apply personal data that visitors have voluntarily shared with the site. Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive. We do not place cookies in your computer. If you are interested in this topic then more detailed information about cookies, what they are, and why they are used, please visit the following web site http://www.cookiecentral.com/faq/index.shtm
Detail 4. Retriever does not use web bugs or any other hidden detection and tracking technology or coding in its web pages. Web bugs, or clear GIFs, are tiny images embedded in a web page or HTML enhanced e-mail that transmit information to a remote computer when the page is viewed. Businesses operating on the internet often use them to track visitor behaviour or to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. If you are interested in this topic then more detailed information about web bugs, what they are, and why and how they are used, please visit the following web site http://www.privacyfoundation.org/education/webbug.html
Detail 5. We do not collect e-mail addresses without the site visitor voluntarily providing us with this information. If you do not wish to receive e-mail from us in the future, please contact us.
Detail 6. We do not collect postal addresses without the site visitor voluntarily providing us with this information. If you do not wish to receive postal mailings from us in the future, please contact us.
Detail 7. We do not collect telephone numbers without the site visitor voluntarily providing us with this information. If you do not wish to receive calls from us in the future, please contact us.
Detail 8. In the course of normal business communications any information we collect about you will not be sold, traded, or rented to other parties.