This statement of privacy (this “Statement
”) explains our data collection through our website and related services and products (collectively the “Site
”) and the use of such data, so please read the entire Statement. Use of the Site indicates a site user’s acceptance of this Statement.
Each time a user visit Active Components' website, our server automatically recognises and logs your IP address. An IP address is basically the address of the computer making a request to our web server. No personal information is obtained in this data interchange.
At Active Components, logged IP addresses are periodically reviewed and analysed in an effort to monitor, maintain, and improve our website. This information is retained for no other purpose and is not shared outside of Active Components.
In order to make certain parts of the Site function correctly, cookies are utilised. A cookie is a small data file transferred by a website to user computer's hard drive. The Site sends cookies when user visits or requests or personalises information. A cookie cannot read personal data off a user's hard disk or read cookie files created by other websites; the only identifiable information a cookie can contain is information a user supplies.
Use and sharing of user identifiable information
We may use user identifiable information for several purposes, such as
a) To help user quickly find services or information on the Site.
b) We may use Identifiable Information to send user updates including newsletters etc relating to the Site and the products and services if user has subscribed to such services. If user wants to stop receiving promotional material from us, please email us
c) We may use Identifiable Information to respond to user questions or comments.
d) We may use Identifiable Information to develop, customize, and deliver content on the Site, to make the Site better, to improve the Site’s functionality, to support and maintain the Site, to develop and inform user of new products and updates, and to contact user when user has received an error while using our website so we can help user solve the problem.
e) We may share Identifiable Information with third parties that assist with the Site. These third parties are not authorised to retain, share, store, or use Identifiable Information for any purposes other than as instructed by us.
Site user disclosures to third parties
We are not responsible for any information that users disclose to any third party by or through the Site.
We use a variety of security technologies to protect a user's Identifiable Information, including secure servers or firewalls. Unfortunately, there is always a potential risk in sending information through any channel or retaining information on any storage device, and we cannot guarantee that communications between user and us or information stored on our resources, including Identifiable Information, will be free from unauthorised access by third parties. We will not be held responsible 1) for any unauthorised access or illegal or unauthorised use of information, including Identifiable Information.
We may change this Statement from time to time in our sole discretion. Accordingly, we encourage site users to review this Statement periodically. We reserve the right (but are not required) to send a notice via email or any other delivery method of any such change to this Statement. The most current version of this Statement will be linked on the Site. If a user continues to use the Site after we change this Statement, then user accepts all such changes.
If you have any questions or comments please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org