This site uses tracking software to compile aggregate
statistics on the number and type of internet visitors. We use this data
to generate reports on the number of persons visiting the various sections
of the site. We also use it to better determine the technical standards
(browser type, screen resolution etc.) that our target audience is using.
This web site uses no cookies.
We store demographic and technical information for everybody
that registers for one of our webcasts. This information allows us
to anticipate the number of attendees for our live webcasts. It also
provides an easy way for us to communicate updates and changes to
scheduled events. The technical data that we collect permits us to
provide better technical assistance if you encounter problems. It
also provides us with useful data to help us to develop new features
or modify existing technical standards. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if
you have registered for one of our webcasts and would like to be
removed from our database.
If you participate in a live webcast that requires registration and log
in, we generate reports that contain certain information about your participation:
when you connected and disconnected; any messages that you sent during
the webcast; how you responded to poll questions that were asked during
If you evaluate a webcast or an archived event, this information remains
anonymous. The evaluation database is completely separate from the registration
database, so we have no way of identifying who responded to the evaluation
questions and what their responses were.
No information that we collect is ever passed on to third parties. We
keep all data in secure server locations.