Stumbaugh and Associates, Inc.(“Stumbaugh”) is concerned with the privacy considerations of the visitors to and users of its web site, and here wishes to describe its policy and practices with regard to the same.
For each visitor to our Web page, our Web server automatically recognizes only the consumer's domain name, but not the e-mail address.
We collect the e-mail address of visitors to our Web page when volunteered by the consumer, such as in the case of survey information and/or site contest registrations. We aggregate information on which pages consumers access or visit and information volunteered by the consumer. We do not provide or sell your details to third parties unless you have specifically requested that we do so, in order that these third parties can offer you information, goods and services that may be of interest to you. In the case of e-mail these offers will only come to you from Bradley.
The information we collect is used to improve the content and/or layout of our page for each individual consumer, used to notify consumers about updates to our Web site, used by us to contact consumers for marketing purposes and not shared with other organizations for commercial purposes.
The information which Stumbaugh collects (or “aggregates”) is used by Stumbaugh (i) to improve the content and/or layout of Stumbaugh’s web site pages for each individual visitor, (ii) to notify visitors who have identified themselves to and/or registered with Stumbaugh as to future updates to Stumbaugh’s web site, and (iii) to contact visitors to Stumbaugh’s web site for Stumbaugh’s marketing services. The information collected by Stumbaugh for these purposes is not shared by Stumbaugh with any other organizations for commercial purposes.
While Stumbaugh chooses its links to other web sites carefully, it does so solely as a matter of convenience to its visitors and/or customers, and Stumbaugh cannot take any responsibility for the content of any such linked web sites, or for the privacy policies of any such linked web sites. (In this regard, we refer you to Stumbaugh “Legal Statement” notice, which is separately available to you on the Stumbaugh web site, and which we request that you read.)
In addition to the foregoing, Stumbaugh draws to your attention the fact that so-called “identity theft” (either through information illegally obtained by direct and unauthorized entry (so-called “hacking”) into an information technology (“IT”) system, or indirectly obtained by secondary methods) is one of the fastest-growing crime problems in California and in the United States. Stumbaugh has carefully implemented IT system security measures, consistent with those followed in its industry, to assist in safeguarding against this problem. Stumbaugh cannot, however, take any responsibility for any such unauthorized entry into its IT system, or for any such unauthorized and indirect obtaining of information by secondary methods.
In this regard, and solely as a convenience to you, we direct you to the fact that, in the event of any so-called “identity theft,” remedies may be available to you under certain bodies of law, including, without limitation, the following: (i) the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 U.S.C. Section 1030), (ii) the Federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (18 U.S.C. Section 2701), and (iii) the California Computer Data Access and Fraud Act (Cal. Penal Code Section 502). We urge you, in any such event, to consult with your own legal counsel.