What Information Do We Collect?
In general, you can visit this Web site without identifying who you are or revealing any information about yourself. Information collected online can generally be categorized as anonymous or personally identifiable. Anonymous information is information that cannot be connected to the identity of a specific individual. Personally identifiable information is information that specifically identifies a particular user, such as name, address, or phone number. An example of anonymous information is the fact that, while this Web site may record the number of visits to a particular page that occur in a given period of time, it does not necessarily tell us the names or other identifying information of every visitor. Many users of this Web site will choose not to provide any personally identifiable information; therefore, those individuals are anonymous to us, and any data collected about their use of this Web site is anonymous information.
Automatic Anonymous Information
When you visit our site, we collect certain technical and routing information about your computer. For example, we log environmental variables such as browser type, operating system and CPU speed, and the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your originating Internet Service Provider, to try to bring you the best possible service. We also record search requests and results to try to ensure the accuracy and efficiency of our search engine. We use your IP address to track your use of the site, including pages visited and the time spent on each page. We collect this information and use it to measure the use of this Web site and to improve its content and performance. All of the information that is automatically submitted to us by your browser is considered anonymous information. To the extent we share such information with third parties, it is not traceable to any particular user and will not be used to contact you.
How Do We Use Information We Collect?
We collect personally identifiable information only for providing the services you request, generating statistical studies, conducting marketing research, improving products and services, sending you surveys, and notifying you of new products and any other changes to our site or services that may affect you. When you submit personally identifiable information to us, you understand that you are agreeing to allow us to access, store, and use that information for those purposes.
We may sell personally identifiable information you supply to us to selected third parties for direct marketing purposes. These businesses may include, providers of direct marketing services via telemarketing, direct mail, SMS messaging and other types of direct marketing.
Do Not Call Registry Compliance. By submitting personal information, the user hereby grants written permission to Business Network Long Distance, its affiliated sites, and its business partners for contact via telephone, mail, and/or e-mail. Further, by registering at Business Network Long Distance’s website you are consenting to receive phone calls from the Company, its affiliated sites, and its business partners for contact via telephone, and thereby registrants waive their right to file a claim with the FTC or any other agency in reference to these calls or contacts.
Your California Privacy Rights.
Beginning on January 1, 2005, California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits users of Business Network Long Distance who are California residents to request certain information regarding Company's disclosure of personal information to third parties for such third parties' direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please write to: Business Network Long Distance, Inc. 19992 Kelly Road, Harper Woods, MI 48225.
We operate secure data networks protected by industry standard firewall and password protection systems. Our security and privacy policies are periodically reviewed and enhanced as necessary, and only authorized individuals have access to the personally identifiable information provided by our users. We do not, however, guarantee that unauthorized, inadvertent disclosure will never occur.
Transfer of Customer Information
Customer lists and information are properly considered assets of a business. Accordingly, if we merge with another entity or if we sell our assets to another entity, our customer lists and information, including personally identifiable information you have provided us, would be included among the assets that would be transferred. As a result of such merger or other transaction, the privacy promises made herein to you with respect to your personally identifiable information, may change.