INFORMATION THAT THE PC COLLECTS
HOW THE PC USES INFORMATION THAT IT COLLECTS
The PC uses the personally identifiable information that it collects to ensure the proper functionality of the Website across various devices, to process user inquiries and respond to user requests, to analyze usage trends, to improve the Website, and to develop new services.
The PC employs a variety of online security measures to safeguard and keep your information private.
The PC may place small data files, called “cookies,” on your computer or other device. Cookies are a standard web technology that allows the PC to both store and retrieve login information on a user’s system. These cookies automatically identify your browser to the PC’s server whenever you interact with a service provided on the Website. Cookies can store your preferences via a password you select to access a website. Cookies also help us review website traffic patterns and improve the Websites. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you usually can change your browser setting to prevent the acceptance of cookies, although this may prevent you from using some of the features of the Website. It is important to note that information collected through cookies is not linked to any personally identifiable information.
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The PC reserves the right to comply with the law and to release personally identifiable information relating to any user of the Website: (i) if the reasonably believes that the user is in violation of our Terms and Conditions of Use or other published guidelines or is engaged in illegal activity; (ii) to release information in response to court and governmental orders, other enforceable requests from government entities, civil subpoenas, discovery requests and otherwise as required by law; (iii) if the PC reasonably believe that such release is required to protect the rights, property, safety or security of any of our users or the public; or (iv) to respond to an emergency.
The Website is not intended for use by children under the age of 18. In accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), the PC does not knowingly request personally identifiable information from anyone under the age of 13 without parental consent. When the PC does receive information (with parental consent) from users under the age of 13, it will not share their personally identifiable information with third parties, regardless of their stated preference given at registration, in compliance with COPPA.