COOKIES AND OTHER TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES
This Policy sets out how Compliance Datalytics LLC and its affiliates (“CD”) collect and use personal information, and your choices and rights regarding our use of your personal information.
This Policy describes our practices when using your information when you:
- express an interest in or have signed up for our events, services or products including newsletters, apps, extensions, articles, bulletins, alerts, webinars, and e-books, or activate your CD user account and/or license;
- attend a conference at which you obtain CD contact information; or
- visit our websites (including our public and/or member-based websites) or social media sites.
Types of Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies Used
We use the following types of cookies:
“persistent cookies” to improve your experience when using the Site.
“session cookies” to enable your use of our Site and to remember your settings. Session cookies are deleted automatically at the end of your visit.
“web analytics cookies”. These cookies are used by us or third-party providers to analyze how the Site and our services are used, including the following types:
To opt-out of Google Analytics cookies on CD.com, click here. If you have previously opted-out of Google Analytics and would like to opt back in, click here.
By continuing to browse or use our Sites and services, you agree that we can store and access cookies and other tracking technologies as described herein. To view a detailed list of cookies used on our websites, click here.
This Policy also applies to information we collect from you via our survey or diagnostic tools as outlined in more detail below. You may be shown an additional confidentiality notice before participating in a survey or diagnostic. Please note that in cases where the terms of any such survey- or diagnostic-specific confidentiality notice conflict with any terms in this Policy, the terms of that notice will take precedence over the terms in this Policy. We will not use information we collect via our survey or diagnostic tools to contact you for marketing purposes.
This Policy will apply whether you have provided the information directly to us or we have obtained it from a different source, such as a third party.
Our websites and online services are for individuals who are at least 18 years old. Our online services are not designed to be used by individuals under the age of 18.
In certain circumstances, if you do not provide personal information which is required, we will not be able to perform our contractual obligations or provide you with web-based products and services. When this is the case, we will make it clear.
Communication with Colleagues
This site may now (or in the future) contain tools which allow you to send information from the site directly to a colleague. In order to fulfil this request, we will ask you for your and your colleagues’ names and email addresses. We will not retain this data after the email is sent. Please be aware that your name and email address may be included in the communication sent to your colleague.
Library, Resources and Knowledge Base materials
The Library section, Resources section, and/or Knowledge Base section of the websites allows visitors to view content, and share content and notes with colleagues. We may review information about the pages that you visit, the content that you share, and the resources and knowledge base materials that you access in the content, and we may use such information to recommend content, tools, or other CD services we think may be of interest to you. Information about your use of these materials will only be accessible to CD and will not be visible to or otherwise shared with other CD visitors or clients unless you choose to share it.
If you access any Restricted Areas of any of our sites (via browser or a CD app), we may collect information about your access to and use of research materials, decision-support tools, and other online and offline resources we offer.
General Benchmarking and Research Purposes
CD and its affiliates may use information disclosed through surveys or diagnostics or otherwise provided to or generated by CD or its Affiliates (collectively “Research Data”) for validation, research and benchmarking purposes and product development. Unless otherwise specified prior to collection, Research Data will be disclosed in the aggregate and presented in anonymous form and will not include (directly or by inference) any information identifying participating organizations or any identifiable individual as the source of such data. Access to Research Data will be restricted to those individuals who need such access to deliver CD products and/or services.
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