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Privacy Policy

Axxora, LLC (“Axxora”) respects individual privacy and values the confidence of its customers, partners, investors and employees.
This Privacy Policy sets forth Axxora’s practices regarding the collection, use and disclosure of information that you may provide through this site. Please read this entire privacy policy before using this site or submitting information to Axxora through this site.

Axxora only collects personally identifiable data such as your name, address, telephone number and email address when you voluntarily submit it to Axxora. This information may be used by Axxora personnel as a means to contact you to obtain more information, to improve this site, or it might be used to provide you with information that you have requested or additional information which Axxora believes may be of interest to you. The data will not be transferred outside Axxora without your prior consent, but may be used within Axxora or by a company acting as an agent of Axxora for processing and mailing purposes. Axxora may also use this information within the company for performing marketing studies or for other commercial purposes for which it may receive compensation.

Axxora maintains the data collected in an electronic database of voluntarily submitted personally identifiable information. Axxora and its agents may exchange such information with each other or with you over the internet or intranet systems for the purposes of carrying out the services described above.

While Axxora makes every reasonable effort to protect the information collected through its websites, please be aware that there is always some risk involved when submitting data over the Internet. We cannot guarantee that our website is 100% safe from illegal tampering or “hacking.’ Any data transmitted over the Internet may be at risk; however, once it is received at Axxora and entered into its database, it has the same protection that Axxora extends to its own confidential information.

Axxora tracks the total number of visitors to our website, the number of visitors to each page of the website, and the domain names of our visitors’ Internet service providers. No personally identifiable information is gathered in this process.

The Axxora web server software automatically collects a variety of information (as is standard for most software of this kind). This information does not include any personal data. Data collected include your IP-address, pages you visit during your stay on the Axxora website, type of browser, operating system and screen resolution you are using. This information is not personally identifiable, but will help us to improve and fine-tune our website. This information is stored in log files and is used solely for statistical purposes and not combined with your personally identifiable information.

If at any time you wish to stop receiving emails or other communications from us, or if you have submitted personally identifiable information through our website and would like to have that information deleted from our records, please notify us. You may also request access to personal data about you that Axxora holds and you may have the opportunity to request a correction or amendment to your personal data. As a reminder to you when exchanging emails, any email that you send or receive on your employer’s email system may be the property of your employer. Consequently, your employer has the ability to review your personal information sent via email.

As a convenience to our visitors, our sites currently contain links to a number of other (non-Axxora) sites that we believe may offer useful information. The privacy policy presented here does not apply to those sites. You should contact these sites directly for information on their privacy policies, confidentiality agreements and data collection/distribution procedures.

The Axxora website is not intended or designed to attract children under the age of 13. We do not collect personal information from any person we actually know is a child under the age of 13.

A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that a website sends to your computer’s web browser. While you visit a particular site, a cookie may be used to track the activities of your browser as well as provide you with a consistent, more efficient experience. There are two common types of cookies: persistent and non-persistent.

Persistent cookies are stored on your computer’s hard drive where they remain resident until they are either deleted or they reach a predetermined expiration date. Persistent cookies are most commonly used to provide visitors with a customized experience by recording preferences such as how a visitor prefers to have his/her web pages displayed. Additionally, cookies are commonly used to gather statistical information such as the average time spent on a particular page. This kind of information is valuable for several reasons, including providing insight on how to improve the design, content and navigation of a website.

The World Wide Web uses the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to govern how files such as graphics, text and sound are exchanged over the Internet. This protocol treats every action (i.e. mouse clicks) independently making the nature of the Web ‘stateless’. This means that every time you click on a new page for instance, a new connection is established and all previous activity is forgotten.

To provide visitors with a more uniform experience, cookies were used originally to maintain relevant information as visitors viewed various pages of a website. In effect, cookies were created to bring state and consistency to the ‘stateless’ environment of the Internet.

The first time you visit a website, you may be sent a cookie that contains a unique identification number that can be easily retrieved during future visits. Cookies are used for different purposes such as to personalize the way you want a website to look.

When you type the website address in the address bar of your browser, your browser will contact the site you have entered and request its home page. The browser will search your hard drive for a cookie that may have been sent during a previous visit. If a cookie is found, the browser will send any information gathered from a previous visit to the web server. If a cookie is not found, then the browser will know you have not visited the site before.

Cookies are stored on a user’s computer by a Web site so preferences are remembered on future visits. The Axxora website only places a cookie if your browser settings allow this and only stores your user id or your country. We do not store any personally identifiable information. Cookies cannot view or retrieve data from other cookies, nor can they capture files and data stored on your computer.

Any changes to the Axxora Internet privacy policy will be posted on this page.
This privacy policy was last updated: October 31 2011.