Peter Jordan Photography Inc. Privacy and Security Policy
· Always to protect the privacy of our users according to individual wishes.
· Always to let people know when we are collecting information about them.
· Always to allow users to change any information they may have provided previously and to confirm changes.
· Never to share information about an individual user with anyone (including other companies) without the user's permission.
· To take safeguards that information we collect is secure from access by anyone else.
All logs of site activity, subscription and registration lists, survey data (including user data), and any other information about users are kept private. Access to these directories is under a system administrator's control. If the contents of these directories are copied or moved to another location, they will be transmitted in a secure form. Ordinarily, user data is not printed out. In the event that it is, each copy will be controlled by number so that copies can be collected when no longer required and then destroyed.
The recipient(s) of the image(s) are requested to give photographic acknowledgement on all images utilized in print & multimedia publication and distribution; video broadcast and distribution; and on the web to: ‘www.peterjordanphoto.com’. All images are ©www.peterjordanphoto.com and may not be altered in any way, alone or with any other image(s), by use of computer or other electronic means, without specific permission from Peter Jordan Photography. Images may be used by Peter Jordan Photography for self-promotion and/or marketing purposes.
Like almost all Web sites, we keep a log of all requests for pages that we send to users. These requests identify the kinds of browser that you are using and a computer host address that you are associated with. These requests do not necessary identify you personally. In any case, our policy is never to identify individual users but rather to collect data so that we can determine which pages get the most frequent use, how many users in the aggregate come from corporations, what kinds of browsers people are using, and so forth. To reiterate: our policy is never to use log data to try to identify individual users and their usage.
If you subscribe to our e-mail notification service, send in a comment, or suggest a change to the site, we collect your name and address for the purpose of replying to you and for gathering aggregated statistics about user demographics. You can unsubscribe to this list at anytime. We do not provide this information to anyone outside of Peter Jordan Photography Inc. administration. We do share it among authorized staff members for purposes of reply and compiling demographic information that could be used for online questionnaires.
Periodically, we conduct an online survey of users for the purpose of compiling additional demographic and other information intended to help serve users better. Similarly, we do not provide this information to anyone outside of Peter Jordan Photography Inc. administration and we share it among staff members only for purposes of compiling demographic information.
The programs that we or any of our ad representatives may use to rotate any ad banners, store a cookie or small file on each user's hard disk for the sole purpose of determining what ads to send to the user. These cookies do not gather any information other than what ads have been previously served.
Peter Jordan Photography Inc. may from time to time through affiliate partners offer users the ability to voluntarily sign up to receive e-mail in certain user-selected interest categories. This information is shared with both the affiliate company and with other companies who purchase names from them for marketing purposes. It is our policy that users who elect to sign up for this kind of e-mail clearly understand what they are signing up for.
You can change information provided by sending us an e-mail note, describing the requested change. We will file this with the original data. However, we may not change any questionnaire findings unless we receive changes from a significant number of those who answered the questionnaire.
You can delete a cookie that is on your hard disk at any time, using your operating system facilities. You can tell your browser not to accept cookies or to ask you each time a Web site wants to send you a cookie.