Data Interconnect has engaged one or more third party service providers to track and analyse both individualised usage and volume statistical information from interactions with electronic Channels. The service provider(s) may set cookies on behalf of Data Interconnect. Data Interconnect also uses other third-party cookies to provide advertising and personalisation services in accordance with this Policy, and to track the performance of Data Interconnect advertisements on our Channels and Data Interconnect e-mails.
Managing Cookie Preferences: You may access or change your cookie preferences at any time.
Flash Cookies: We may use Flash cookies, also known as “local shared objects,” on our electronic Channels that employ Flash technology. Flash cookies are used to remember the site’s settings to personalise the look and feel of the site. Like normal cookies, Flash cookies are represented as small files on your computer. One method of preventing Flash cookies from being placed is to adjust your preferences in the Macromedia Website Privacy Settings Panel at macromedia.com.
Embedded URLs: Data Interconnect may use a tracking technique that employs embedded URLs to allow use of the electronic Channels without cookies. Embedded URLs allow limited information to follow you as you navigate the electronic Channels but are not associated with Personal Information and are not used beyond the session.
Physical Location: We may collect and share the physical location of your device for purposes consistent with this Policy, such as to provide you with personalised location-based services or content. In some instances, you may be permitted to allow or deny such use of your device’s location, but if you choose to deny such use, we may not be able to provide you with the applicable personalised services or content.
Cookies and Do Not Track. The following companies require you to select your interest-based advertising preferences directly on their websites: Facebook and Twitter.
Third Party Permission-Based Lists. On occasion, Data Interconnect may use third-party lists to send communications about Data Interconnect products and services. These lists, which are maintained by third parties, include users eligible under applicable law to receive e-mails from other companies such as Data Interconnect. When we use such lists, the communications will include mechanisms to opt out of receiving Data Interconnect marketing communications. If you have trouble opting out, or if you wish to make us aware of any issues related to a third-party mailing, you may contact us directly at email@example.com.
How We Use and Share Information
Data Interconnect uses the Personal Information it collects to:
Engage in Transactions. Data Interconnect may use Personal Information to engage in transactions with you.
Provide Support or Other Services. Data Interconnect may use your Personal Information to provide you support or other services you have ordered, as well as product updates, product patches and fixes and other similar operational communications.
Tailor Marketing to Your Needs. Data Interconnect may use your Personal Information and Other Information to notify you about new product releases and service developments, and to advertise
Respond to Requests. Data Interconnect may also use Personal Information in order to respond directly to your information requests (including newsletter registrations or other specific requests) or other inquiries.
Post Testimonials. We post testimonials on our Channels that may contain Personal Information. Prior to posting a testimonial, we will obtain your consent to use your name and testimonial.
Select Content, Improve Quality and Facilitate Use of the Channels. Data Interconnect may use your Personal Information to help create and personalise content on our Channels, facilitate your use of the Channels (for example, to facilitate navigation and the login process, avoid duplicate data entry, enhance security and preserve order information between sessions), improve quality, track marketing campaign responsiveness (including online advertising and e-mail marketing), and evaluate page response rates.
Improve Products, Services, and Experiences. Data Interconnect may use your Personal Information to evaluate and improve our products, services, marketing, and customer relationships.
Communicate with You about a Conference or Event. We may communicate with you about a conference or event hosted or co-sponsored by Data Interconnect. This may include information about the event’s content, logistics, payment, updates, and any additional meetings, special demonstrations or other customer facilitation that we may provide related to your event registration. After the event, Data Interconnect may contact you about the event and related products and services, and may share information about your attendance with your company. Where legally permitted, Data Interconnect will also allow designated partners or conference sponsors to send you up to two communications related to your event attendance. Please note that our partners or conference sponsors may directly request your Personal Information at their conference booths or presentations. You should review their privacy policies to learn how they use Personal Information.
Obtain Third Party Services. We also share Personal Information and Other Information with third parties who provide services to Data Interconnect, such as credit card processing services, order fulfilment, analytics, event / campaign management, website management, information technology and related infrastructure provision, customer service, e-mail delivery, auditing, and other similar services. When Data Interconnect shares Personal Information with third party service providers, we require that they use your Personal Information and Other Information only for the purpose of providing services to us and subject to terms consistent with this Policy.
Protect our Employees, Sites, Facilities, and Operations. Data Interconnect may disclose your Personal Information as we believe to be necessary or appropriate to protect the health and safety of our employees and visitors, our physical and online operations, our property, rights, and privacy, and/or that of our affiliates, you or others. If you visit our offices, you may be photographed or videotaped as part of maintaining the security of our facilities. Facility security photography will be treated as sensitive information and will only be used for security and investigation purposes.
Comply with Legal Requirements and Corporate Transactions. Data Interconnect may disclose your Personal Information as we believe to be necessary or appropriate: (a) under applicable law, including laws outside your country of residence; (b) to comply with legal process; (c) to respond to requests from public and government authorities, including public and government authorities outside your country of residence, for national security and/or law enforcement purposes; (d) to enforce our terms and conditions; and (e) to allow us to pursue available remedies or limit the damages that we may sustain. Additionally, in the event of a reorganisation, merger, sale, joint venture, assignment, transfer or other disposition of all or any portion of our business, assets or stock (including in connection with any bankruptcy or similar proceedings), we may transfer the Personal Information we have collected to the relevant third party.
Some of the Personal Information and Other Information uses specified above are not mandatory and may be controlled by you.
We may use, transfer, and disclose Other Information we collect for any purpose, except where applicable law requires otherwise. If we are required to treat Other Information as Personal Information under applicable law, then we will only use it in the same way that we are permitted to use and disclose Personal Information.
How We Collect Information
Data Interconnect may collect both Personal Information and Other Information from a variety of sources that generally fall into three categories:
- Direct Interactions: From your use of and interaction with us through the Channels and other activities such as account creation, submission of registrations and forms, or sales inquiries and transactions.
- Publicly Available Data / Data from Third Parties: Data from Automated Interactions on non-Data Interconnect websites, or other data you may have made publicly available, such as social media posts, or data provided by third party sources, such as marketing opt-in lists, or data aggregators.
- Automated Interactions: From the use of technologies such as electronic communication protocols, cookies, embedded URLs or pixels, or widgets, buttons and tools.
Although Data Interconnects use of Automated Interactions may change over time as technology evolves, the following descriptions are designed to provide you with additional detail about Data Interconnects current approach to information collected from Automated Interactions.
Electronic Communications Protocols: As is true when you visit most websites and apps, Data Interconnect may automatically receive information from you as part of the communication connection itself, which often consists of network routing information (where you came from), equipment information (browser type or device type), your IP address (which may identify your general geographic location or company), and date and time.
Data Interconnect may also automatically receive and record information about your interaction with the Channels, such as click stream information (when each Data Interconnect webpage was visited and how much time was spent on the page), how often you access the Channel, performance data, aggregate usage, or general geo-location data.