Our Privacy Pledge
You can be assured that Community Management, Inc. respects consumer privacy and is committed to helping those who visit our site understand how we manage the personal information under our care. Our goal is to provide a reliable level of privacy, while at the same time offering information and services to those who visit our site.
The data we collect (and how we use it):
So we can manage our site better, we collect certain information about visitors to our various web pages. We normally collect general user information, which is used to track our site’s performance, and limited personal information that is supplied by customers signing up for services. Community Management, Inc. also collects anonymous site traffic information, such as the user’s domain name and the web pages that are visited.
If you provide personal information to Community Management, Inc., you can be assured that the information you provide will not be sold or shared to any unaffiliated third-parties. The only time we would provide this type of information to unaffiliated third-parties is if we are required by law; for example, if we received a subpoena or court order requiring such disclosure.
The information that we share:
Even though other companies host some of our Web pages on their systems, we do not share personally identifiable information with others, unless the information is required for the delivery of an affiliated service. Accordingly, in the future you may be contacted by mail, email, or phone by a representative of Community Management, Inc. or one of its partners in an attempt to provide you with better service offerings or benefits that may be of interest to you.
Special note about children’s privacy:
You can be assured that we are very concerned with protecting the privacy of children. While some of our pages are designed to provide children with safety and educational information, we do not collect personally identifiable information on those web pages. For more information about how parents can protect their children’s privacy online, visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website.