Information We Collect
Visitors may generally browse public portions of our website without providing any personal information. We may collect and store personally identifiable information on certain areas of this website. This personally identifiable information may include your name, company, mailing address, email address, and telephone number. Information of this type will not be collected unless you have agreed to provide it to us through the use of a form or other, similar data collection tool.
We may also collect other, non-personally identifiable information that becomes available to us as a result of your visit to the Site. This information includes, for example, your IP address, your Internet Service Provider, your web browser, your operating system, the type of device you are using, the domain name of the website which links you to our Site, the pages you visited, the average time spent on the Site, and the products searched for on the Site.
Because we are very interested in the successful dissemination of information through the Site, we will review analytics and visitor trends recorded on certain log files. In connection with such log files, analysis software will be used to generate reports which will allow us to determine how we can enhance your experience with our Site. This information will not be used to ascertain your identity or the substance of what you are viewing. The log files may be purged periodically, in our discretion, to maximize space on the server.
Use and Disclosure of Your Personal Information
The information we learn from visitors helps us personalize and improve the Site and services that we offer through the Site. We use your information to respond to your queries and provide you with certain services and information pursuant to your requests.
Although unlikely, there may be circumstances where we may use or disclose your personally identifying information, such as: if required by government, courts, law enforcement or regulatory agencies; to protect and defend the rights of our employees or any other user of the Sites; as incident to a corporate sale, merger, reorganization, dissolution, bankruptcy or similar event; under circumstances we believe reasonably necessary to protect the personal safety of our employees, users of the Sites, or the public; or to disclose information that is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be violating our published policies. You cannot opt out of disclosing personal information if required by court order.
You can disable cookies using your Internet browser settings. Please consult your browsers’ help function for information on how to disable cookies. Note that if you disable cookies, certain features of our Site may not function properly.
We have security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control. While we strive to ensure the integrity and security of our network and systems, we cannot guarantee that our security measures will prevent third-parties from intercepting information. You should not assume or expect that any communication that you transmit to us (such as personally identifiable or other data, questions or answers, comments, or suggestions) is confidential. Davos shall not be liable or responsible if any information about you is intercepted and used by an unintended recipient.
Access, Correction and Contacting Us
You may contact us at email@example.com if you wish to correct or change any information about you that we may have collected or if you wish to opt-out of receiving any communications from us.
Privacy Statement Changes
This Privacy Statement was last revised on and is effective as of May 25, 2018.
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