Collection of your Crystallyne Information
Your Crystallyne information consists of personally identifiable information collected or received about you when you interact with Crystallyne’s Web sites, services and offerings as a registered user. Depending on how you use the sites, your Crystallyne information may include:
- Registration-related information (such as name, home or work addresses, e-mail addresses, telephone and fax numbers, birth date or gender);
- Information about your visits to Crystallyne Web sites and pages, and your responses to the offerings and advertisements presented on these Web sites and pages;
- Information about the searches you perform through Crystallyne and how you use the results of those searches;
- Information about Crystallyne services or offerings that you use, and how frequently you use them;
- Information about how long you have used services from Crystallyne prior to registering with the Network;
- Transaction-related information (such as credit card or other preferred means of payment, billing or shipping information, or a history of products purchased through Crystallyne);
- Customer service information about you as a Crystallyne user or subscriber;
- Other information specifically related to your use of a particular Crystallyne service or offering.
Your Crystallyne information may be supplemented with additional information from other companies.
Your Crystallyne information may also include certain technical information gathered or received when you use Crystallyne Web site. Some of the technical information that may be collected or received includes: the type of browser you are using (e.g., Netscape, Internet Explorer), the type of operating system you are using (e.g., Windows XP or Mac OS), CPU type (e.g. Pentium), your manner of connecting to the Internet (e.g., connection speed through narrowband or broadband access); Internet protocol address; other information about your geographic location; and the domain name of your Internet service provider.
Your Crystallyne information may be collected and stored in the United States.
How Your Crystallyne information is Used
Your Crystallyne information is used:
- To operate and improve the Web sites, services and offerings available through Crystallyne;
- To personalize the content and advertisements provided to you;
- To fulfill your requests for products, programs, and services;
- To communicate with you and respond to your inquiries;
- To conduct research about your use of Crystallyne;
- To help offer you other products, programs, or services that may be of interest.
Your Crystallyne information may be shared with the it’s affiliated providers. Affiliated providers that receive your Crystallyne information may use this information according to their applicable privacy policies.
If you use Crystallyne communications tools to disclose information about yourself publicly (for example, in chat rooms or online message boards made available by Crystallyne), other online users may obtain access to any information you provide. The contents of your online communications, as well as other information about you as a Crystallyne user, may be accessed and disclosed in response to legal process (for example, a court order, search warrant or subpoena); in other circumstances in which Crystallyne believes the Crystallyne Web site is being used in the commission of a crime; when we have a good faith belief that there is an emergency that poses a threat to the safety of you or another person; or when necessary either to protect the rights or property of Crystallyne or its affiliated providers, or for us to render the service you have requested.
In the event that ownership of Crystallyne was to change as a result of a merger, acquisition or transfer to another company, your Crystallyne information may be transferred. If such a transfer results in a material change in the use of your Crystallyne information, Crystallyne will provide notice about the choices you have to decline to permit such a transfer.
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Your California Privacy Rights: California privacy law allows California residents to obtain specific disclosures about a business’s privacy practices if it shares information with other companies for direct marketing purposes. To make a request to Crystallyne under California’s privacy law, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
Last Updated 08-09-2006