Information Collected and How We Use ItIn general, you can visit our website without telling us who you are, or revealing personal information about yourself. However, from time to time, we may solicit other information such as the following:
- Personal and Company information, which you have voluntarily submitted to us, (such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address), through e-mail with our offices; and
- Aggregate information, automatically collected non-identifying statistics, (such as information about how many visitors log on to our sites, the pages they access, etc.)
Our Web servers collect the IP addresses of visitors, not the e-mail addresses. Island Radar Company uses this information to measure the use of our site, to improve the content of our site, and to monitor access for security purposes.For access to some applications, you may be required to complete a registration form. This form includes information such as name, address, phone number and e-mail address, as well as company related information. We use this information to enhance our services, to better meet the needs and preferences of our customers, and to enhance the security of the Island Radar Company site. We may also, from time to time, send information to registered Customers about system changes or new applications that we think may be of interest.
Registered User Access
Links to Other Sites
Island Radar Company provides links to a number of third-party external sites. The inclusion of any link does not imply Island Radar Company endorsement of the external site company, its website, or the products and services it promotes or sells. When you leave the Island Radar Company site to visit one of these linked sites, the only information transferred to the third party is the fact that you came from IslandRadar.com (the "referring address").Island Radar Company is not responsible or liable for the independent privacy policies of these third party sites. You should consult the privacy policies at these sites to determine how your information may be used.