ask for personal information?
We at present only ask for your name, email
address, and other personal information when you sign up for our special services
such as our e-newsletter, TemperatureSensorNews. We may begin to
request registration of email names and addresses for those who access our download
section if we detect any excess use of them to be sure that those requesting downloads
have real email addresses and are seriously interested in the material there.
disclose any of my personal information?
Temperatures.com will not disclose
any of your personal information, except when we believe in good faith that the
law requires it, or to protect the rights or property of Temperatures.com. Under
confidentiality agreements, Temperatures.com may match user information with third
party data. Temperatures.com may disclose aggregated user statistics (for example,
75% of our users are from the USA) in order to describe our services to prospective
partners, advertisers, and other third parties, and for other lawful purposes.
If or when we do match user information, we will try to keep personal information
confidential from those third parties.
does Temperatures.com use any personal information?
intent in collecting personal information will be to provide you, the user, with
the most personalized web experience possible and our advertisers with an efficient
means to reach the right audience.
Temperatures.com use my information for direct mailings?
We may send
you information about our various products and services, or other products and
services we feel may be of interest to you. You can remove yourself from the associated
distribution list at any time via a link in the communication.
Temperatures.com's site is for professionals and some
middle school age children or older. The safety of children is very important
to us. Those under age 16 should always ask parents for permission before sending
personal information to Temperatures.com or to anyone online. We will not operate
any real-time chat rooms. Our intended messaging system will be dedicated to issues
of temperature sensors and their uses and applications. We expect that all our
members will adhere to civil discourse and refrain from any inappropriate subjects
or language. Those that do not follow these rules will have their priviliges withdrawn.
Yes, cookies are and may be used on Temperatures.com
in several ways.
access your account information (stored on our computers) in order to deliver
to you a better and more personalized service. This cookie is set only when and
if you register.
(2) Cookies are also used to estimate our audience size.
Each browser accessing Temperatures.com can receive, if they agree, a unique cookie
which is then used to determine repeat usage versus initial usage, and to help
in possibly targeting ads based on their interests.
(3) Advertising networks
usage of them is beyond our control, although we request that they abide by our
Temperatures.com collects IP addresses for the purposes of system
administration and to report aggregate information to our advertisers and others.
What else should
I know about my privacy?
Please remember that when you voluntarily disclose
personal information online, that information can be collected and used by others.
If you put personal information online that is available to the public, you may
receive unsolicited messages as a consequence. While we try and intend to protect
your personal information, we cannot ensure or pledge the security of any information
you transmit to us; you do so at your own risk. Also, third party Internet sites
and services accessible through Temperatures.com or parties whom we inform, have
separate privacy and information practices, independent of ours. Temperatures.com
has no responsibility or liability for those independent policies or the actions
of those sites.
We may, from time to time change the language of this policy without
notice, but the intent is always the same: to protect your privacy and to not
reveal any information to anyone except as may possibly be required by law. If
you are concerned about your privacy you may want to periodically check back to
see if there have been any significant changes to this policy.
In addition you are solely responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your passwords
and any account information.
Be careful and responsible whenever you are online, please.