Sonoma Technology, Inc.
STI
Privacy Statement

We respect your privacy. This privacy statement informs you of our privacy practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. If you have any further questions, please contact us.

Does this website use cookies to keep track of my information?
Yes, this website uses cookies.

What types of information does this website collect?
We collect the following types of information: web pages visited, click stream data, and other navigation information.

Why is this website collecting navigation information?
We collect navigation information to facilitate website administration and provide input toward improving the site.

Who will receive navigation information?
Navigation information is available only to STI staff. No third-party access is allowed.

How long will navigation information be kept and how secure is that information?
Navigation information is kept indefinitely because we periodically back up our computer systems onto permanently stored tapes; however, we utilize the information collected only within a relatively short time period to optimize web page performance. STI is fully committed to maintaining a secure website and takes routine steps to ensure the security of our website and the information obtained by or made available through the website.

What are my options for navigation information?
You may set your browser to prevent the use of cookies; you will still be able to visit our website.

What if I think there are inaccuracies in my information?
If you believe we are not handling your information in accordance with our privacy statement, please contact us.


This privacy policy is based on guidelines made available by the Online Privacy Alliance (OPA):

The policy must state clearly: what information is being collected; the use of that information; possible third-party distribution of that information; the choices available to an individual regarding collection, use, and distribution of the collected information; a statement of the organization's commitment to data security; and what steps the organization takes to ensure data quality and access.

The policy should disclose the consequences, if any, of an individual's refusal to provide information. The policy should also include a clear statement of what accountability mechanism the organization uses, including how to contact the organization.

Information concerning the OPA and its recommended privacy policy guidelines is available at http://www.privacyalliance.org/resources/ppguidelines.shtml