We are committed to protecting the privacy of the personal information of visitors to our website (the “Site”) and have developed this policy to set forth our Site information collection and management practices. Your use of the Site constitutes your agreement to this policy.
We do not actively collect any information that identifies you personally, such as your name, address, telephone number, or email address (“personal information”), other than your Internet Protocol (IP) address.
We collect the personal information that you affirmatively give to us through our Site, such as when you use the “Contact Us” feature, sign up to receive newsletters, updates, advisories, alerts or blogs, announcements or invitations, or register for seminars, webinars or other events, or when you contact us by email. Giving us your personal information through the Site is voluntary and is not required to use the Site. We use this information only to respond to your comments or questions or as related to the specific purpose for which you submitted the information, or to contact you about our other publications or events. We do not share any of your personal information with others for their own use.
The Site is intended for use by businesses and individuals. Our Site is not designed for children and we do not knowingly collect or use any information about individuals who are 13 years of age or younger. If you are not an adult, please do not use the Site.
You can easily erase cookies from your computer or mobile device using your browser. The procedure for blocking cookies may vary for different software products. Please check your Internet browser software or with your software supplier if you wish to block cookies. You can choose to disable cookies, or to receive a notification each time a new cookie is sent to your computer or mobile device. However, please note that if you choose to disable cookies, you may not be able to take advantage of all features of this Site.
A “log file” is an automatic record of events that occur on the Site and is maintained on the Site or by our service provider. We use log files to record the URL visited, the title of the page visited, the resolution of the user’s monitor and size of the browser window, the referring address, if any (which is used to pick up search keywords and visits that came through links from other sites), the time it took to fetch and render the page, a unique session identifier, allowing us to view a series of page views as a coherent visit, and other non-personal information regarding your visit to the Site.
If you give us your email address, we may send marketing and promotional emails, newsletters, updates, advisories, alerts or blogs, and other Bradley publications and announcements to you from time to time. Each email contains instructions telling you how to receive such publications by email or how to register for announced events and how to unsubscribe from our email list. Please note that any electronic communication made between you and us, including via the Site, may not be secure and, unless you are already a client, may not be treated as privileged or confidential. While we welcome your inquiries, please do not send us any electronic communication that contains any confidential or sensitive personal information.
We do not share your personal information with any third parties without your consent except as follows: to comply with law or protect the safety of our users or others; or with service providers performing services on our behalf. Any service providers employed by us will have access to your personal information solely to the extent necessary to enable them to perform services on our behalf and will be contractually prohibited from using the personal information for any other purpose.
Please note that the Site does not support “Do Not Track” browser settings and does not currently participate in any “Do Not Track” frameworks that would allow us to respond to signals or other mechanisms from you regarding the collection of your personal or non-personally identifiable information.
Our Site employs industry standard information security measures designed to protect against loss, misuse, or alteration of information you provide us through the Site. The Site protects your personal information using encryption using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). SSL is a function that encrypts all information sent through the Site so that third parties cannot access such information in transmission. We protect against, but are not responsible for, unauthorized access to information by hackers or other third parties who obtain access through illegal means.
Our Site includes social sharing features, such as the ability to share the Site’s content through Twitter or other social media platforms. Your use of these features enables the sharing of information with others, based on your social sharing settings. Please review the privacy policies and your sharing settings of the entities that provide these social sharing features.
Bradley is not liable for any damages, including in contract, warranty, tort, product liability, or any other theory of liability, relating to your use of or inability to use the Site.
This policy is effective as of May 28, 2016, and was revised as of March 3, 2017.