Your privacy is important to us. This
page contains information regarding Office Chat's commitment to protect
we will post those changes here so that you will always know what information
we collect, the use we make of it and the circumstances under which we
will disclose it.
Office Chat collects various types of
information about users. This information enables us to:
- Enhance our web site content to meet
- Help our advertisers better understand
our users' characteristics and provide better service offerings for
Office Chat derives most of our revenue from advertising so providing
this data is essential to keeping services free to users.
Collection of Information
Office Chat collects user information
in the following ways:
- Registration and Account information
Data that users choose to provide through registration on our sites
and updating their accounts. We may share this information about these
individual users with our other advertisers and partners.
Office Chat offers on occasion interactive votes for users so they can
express their views if they wish to do so and other
users can see them. We may share the aggregated information in these
votes with our other users, advertisers and partners. We never share
any specific user's votes with any third party.
- Electronic Newsletters
Office Chat may offer free newsletters to users. Office Chat gathers
the email addresses of users who voluntarily subscribe. Users may remove
themselves from this mailing list by following the instructions provided
in every newsletter that describes how to unsubscribe.
On occasion Office Chat conducts user surveys to better target our content
and advertisers services to our users. We may share the aggregated data
in these surveys with our other users, advertisers and partners. We
never share any specific user's surveys with any third party.
- Usage Tracking
Office Chat tracks user traffic patterns throughout all our sites. We
do not correlate this data with data about individual users. Office
Chat does break down overall usage statistics according to a user's
domain name, browser type, and MIME type by reading this information
from the browser string (information contained in every user's browser).
A cookie is a small file that certain Web sites write to your computer's
hard drive when you visit them.