WHAT INFORMATION DOES GOOD DECISIONS COLLECT AND HOW IS IT USED?
- NON-PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
From General Users
Good Decisions does not collect any personally identifiable information (“PII”) from users browsing the Site. Only statistical data — such as the number of hits per page — is collected. This information is used only for internal and marketing purposes and does not include any PII.
Cookies and IP Addresses
“Cookies” are small pieces of information stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive. They provide greater security for sites that provide personalized information. Cookies are commonly used by Web sites to provide identification. The cookie you accept is uniquely yours and can be read only by the server that gave it to you. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you prefer, you can edit your browser options to block them.
- PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
From Members and Other Customers
To gain access to members-only resources and personalization features on the Good Decisions Site, members and other users are asked to voluntarily register and/or provide their member login, as well as provide some limited information. Good Decisions asks members to provide their name, member number, business phone and e-mail. Good Decisions uses PII to send information to members about the Site. The members’ PII is also used by Good Decisions to contact members when necessary.
Information sent by e-mail to Good Decisions is used to process the request or inquiry in the email.
Disclosure of Your PII to Third Parties
Except as provided below, we do not share your PII with non-affiliated third parties without your permission.
We may disclose PII you provide via the Site in connection with the sale, assignment, or other transfer of the business or a portion of the business of our site, including a corporate merger, consolidation, restructuring, sale of assets or other corporate change of our direct or indirect parent companies that affects us.
Service Providers: We also may disclose information to outside companies that help us bring you the products and services we offer. For example, we may work with an outside company to: (a) process credit card transactions; (b) manage a database of customer information; (c) assist us in distributing e-mails; (d) assist us with direct marketing and data collection; (e) provide us storage and analysis; (f) provide fraud prevention; and (g) other services designed to assist us in maximizing our business potential. We require that these outside companies agree to keep confidential all information we share with them and to use the information only to perform their obligations in the agreements.
Permission: In addition, we may disclose or sell your PII to third-parties with your permission.
Any information you disclose on any open forum hosted by Good Decisions may be collected by others and used, without authorization by Good Decisions, to send you unsolicited non-Good Decisions information or for other purposes. Although Good Decisions tries to protect your personal information when using these public forums, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk.
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