Waynet, Inc. Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

At WayNet.org, we take your privacy concerns regarding our service seriously, so we have created the following Privacy Policy to explain our information collection and use practices. Our Privacy Policy covers what information we collect through our service, how we use this information, how you may opt-out of this collection, the security measures we take to protect this information, and our policy regarding children under 13 years of age. By using our service, you consent and agree to the information collection and use practices described in our Privacy Policy. We may periodically make changes to our Privacy Policy. It is your responsibility to review the most recent version of our Privacy Policy frequently and remain informed about any changes to it.

The most recent version of our Privacy Policy can always be found at:
http://www.waynet.org/

What Information Is Collected?

We may collect information from you through our website, when you send us email, when you sign up for membership and when you register for services. Below are the specific details on what, where, when, and why this information is collected and how it is used.

Registration

The term "personally identifiable information" means any information that may be used to identify you, including, but not limited to, your name, address, email address, Internet Protocol address, phone number, billing information, or other contact information. You may be asked for certain personally identifiable information when registering for or accessing a particular product or service. We do not share this information with any third parties.

Basic Access Information

Basic access information is collected from our access logs. This information includes click-stream data, HTTP protocol elements, and search terms. We use this information in aggregate to generate statistics and other usage information for web site administration and for analysis into how to improve our web site. We share this aggregate information with you, other end users, and other third parties.

Cookies

Cookies are small text files stored by your browser on your computer when you visit a website. We use cookies to improve our website and make it easier to use. Cookies permit us to recognize you and avoid repetitive requests for the same information. Most browsers will accept cookies until you change your browser settings to refuse them. You may change your browser's settings to refuse our cookies. However, if you do so, you may not be able access certain WayNet.org services.

Use of Contractors

We may retain the service of outside contractors to perform services on our behalf (for example, to help provide technical support services or deliver new products or services). At times, we must disclose relevant personally identifiable information about you to our contractors so they may provide these specific services for us. We require our contractors to keep this information confidential and to only use the information on our behalf.

Email Communications

Periodically, we may send email to you if you have indicated a preference to receive news, updates, special offers, and other information relating to our service. You may unsubscribe from these email subscriptions here on our website. If you send email to someone@waynet.org, we may share it with a third party in order to best respond to your communication.

Updating Your Information

If you desire to change or modify any of the information that you have previously provided to us, you may do so by accessing your account information for that specific service on our web site or by sending an email noting the old information and the new, correct information to info@waynet.org.

Children

Our services requiring registration are intended solely for persons 13 years of age and older. If you are under the age of 13 you may not access or use our service. By using our service you represent and warrant to us that you are 13 years of age or older.

Kids: Please always check with your parents before providing any information through this or any website.

Parents: We care about your children's privacy. Please talk with your children about their use of this or any website and about what personal information they should disclose when using the Internet.

Links to Third Party Web Sites

Our service may contain links to other websites and software. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these websites or software. Please visit the privacy policies of these third party sites in order to understand their privacy and information collection practices.

Disclosures Required by Law

We reserve the right to disclose your personally identifiable information when we believe in good faith that an applicable law, regulation, or legal process requires it, or when we believe disclosure is necessary to protect or enforce our rights or the rights of another user.

Mergers and Acquisitions

In the event that we or a portion of our assets are acquired by another company, customer information, including personally identifiable information, may be one of the transferred assets.

Performance

We do not guarantee error-free performance under this Privacy Policy. We may not always catch an unintended privacy issue, despite our efforts to do so. Accordingly, we welcome your feedback regarding any privacy concerns that you may have, including how we can improve our service generally. We will use reasonable efforts to comply with this Privacy Policy and will take prompt corrective action when we learn of any failure to comply with it. We will not be liable for any damages, including incidental, consequential, or punitive damages, relating to the practices described in this Privacy Policy.

Adopted by the WayNet Board of Directors, November 18, 2004.

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