Webpyrfect Software respects the privacy of our
customers, and other individuals and businesses using the Web sites owned
January 4, 2004, is to keep you informed about the types of information
collected on our internet sites and how the information is used and
There are two types of information that may be exchanged between the
Webpyrfect Software Sites and the user during
each visit to a one of our Sites.
- General technical data transmitted between your computer and our
Sites that does not identify you personally.
- Personally identifiable information that you voluntarily share. The
types of personally identifiable information that you might share include
your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address.
In order to provide you with the information and services that you look for
from the Webpyrfect Software Site, Webpyrfect Software gathers certain
types of information from you that are not personally identifiable.
This is called anonymous information and includes:
The anonymous information collected is not associated with you personally or
your business. Webpyrfect Software uses this anonymous
information in the aggregate to improve our Sites and the services we
provide through those sites.
- The type of Internet browser you use when you visit
- The types of computer operating system you use
- The referring page or search engine (such as "AOL.com," "Yahoo.com" or "Go.com") you reached this site through.
- The specific area that you visit.
Webpyrfect Software Sites may use
"cookies" to collect the anonymous information described in this
our server onto your computer when you visit a one of our Sites. The server
can retrieve the cookies the next time you visit a site and use them to
identify the computer as a return visitor. Webpyrfect Software
information and generically track usage patterns on the application demo
parts of the sites in order to monitor activity and administer the sites.
Webpyrfect Software also uses information
obtained from cookies to improve our Sites. Most users can disable
cookies from their Internet browsers, receive a warning before a cookie
is placed on their computer, and erase all cookies from their computer
hard drives by following the instructions provided by the browser.