Our pledge to you, our customer
J C Lads Corporation d/b/a Biometric Signature ID (BSI) respects your privacy. Our internet site (Site) is meant to be a service to you. In order to provide you with the best products, timely information and quality customer service, we record a variety of information from your visit to our site. To better protect your privacy, we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used.
Information collected online is usually defined as being either anonymous or personally identifiable
Anonymous information refers to data that cannot be tied back to a specific individual. For example, BSI collects some information each time a visitor comes to a BSI website so we can improve the overall quality of the visitor’s online experience. BSI sometimes collects the visitor’s IP address (e.g., whether the user is logged on from ibm.com or aol.com), referral data (e.g., the Internet address of the last Web page visited by a user before clicking over to a BSI website), and browser and platform type (e.g., an Internet Explorer browser on a Windows platform). BSI collects this user information for purposes of product monitoring, product improvement, and targeted advertising. You do not have to register with BSI Sites before we can collect this anonymous information.
Personally identifiable information refers to data that tells us specifically who you are, such as your name and postal address, which may be collected in addition to the anonymous data described above. BSI collects personal information in the following ways from different parts of its Site:
BSI collects information from users of the Site at several different points, including, without limitation when a user:
- Registers on the Site
- Participates in an online survey
- Requests a demonstration
- Requests a report or White Paper
- Submits an e-mail
When you subscribe to our e-mail newsletters, we collect your e-mail address so that we can send you our e-mail newsletters with special offers and updates about products and services. You can unsubscribe from one or more of our e-mail newsletters at any time by (i) clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any electronic newsletter that you receive from us; or (ii) following the steps outlined below in the section “Reviewing, Changing Your Information or Unsubscribing.”
When you send us an e-mail to email@example.com, we collect your name and e-mail address and use this to reply. We may also place you on our BSI e-mail newsletter list to receive our e-mail newsletters with special offers, new products and new services. You can unsubscribe from one or more of our e-mail newsletters at any time by (i) clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any electronic newsletter that you receive from us; or (ii) following the steps outlined below in the section “Reviewing, Changing Your Information or Unsubscribing.”
When you register at BioSig-ID.com, we collect your e-mail address, name, age group, company, telephone number and address. You can use BioSig-ID.com to update your account information, save addresses where you have information sent. We also use the information to:
- automatically place you on our e-mail lists to receive special offers and updates about products and services; and
- automatically place you on our direct mail/ catalog list to receive from us direct mail and printed catalogs with special offers and updates about products and services.
- automatically send you emails to collect feedback related to your purchases.
If you want to be removed from a list, simply follow the instructions in the section “Reviewing, Changing Your Information or Unsubscribing” below.
Gathering and Sharing of Information, Links to External and Co-Branded Websites
We monitor traffic patterns on the Site for aggregate use to analyze trends and administer the Site to improve its layout, design, and provide unique offers to users. We also monitor traffic patterns to permit Site personalization and streamlining to create a positive experience for our users, this is known as behavioral marketing. To perform analysis permitting such personalization and improvement, we may employ third parties with whom we share the information necessary to accomplish these objectives. These statistics include no personally identifying information.
Where appropriate, we share aggregated statistical information with our business partners. These statistics include no personally identifying information.
Our Site also contains links to external internet sites as well as co-branded sites, which may be operated by an external party. These sites may have privacy practices different from ours. A co-branded site is a website, usually operated by a third-party, and which displays that third-party’s name along with the BSI name and logo. Such co-branded sites offer goods or services to our users. When you click on links that take you to such external or co-branded sites, you will be subject to its privacy policies, and we encourage you to become familiar with that party’s privacy policies as these may differ from ours. Please note that this Privacy Statement applies solely to information collected by BSI on our Site and, while we strongly support the protection of privacy on the internet, we cannot be responsible for the privacy practices of other websites, uses of the information collected by other websites, or the content of those other websites.
On rare occasions, we may disclose specific information upon governmental request, in response to a court order, when required by law to do so, or protect the rights, property, or safety of BSI, our users, or others. We may also share information with companies assisting in fraud protection or investigation. We do not provide information to these agencies or companies for marketing or commercial purposes.
Changing Your Information/Unsubscribing
Reviewing, Changing Your Information or Unsubscribing
At any time you can unsubscribe, correct or update your information or modify your preferences pertaining to our newsletters, catalog and mailing list.
To review, change or update information, as it pertains to our newsletters, you have several options:
- On the BioSig-ID.com Site. Click on the “Help” button at the top of the home page then on the appropriate link under the “subscriptions” to change your information.
- By e-mail. Send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
- By postal mail. Please include your email address and mail your request to us at 708 Valley Ridge Circle, Suite 8, Lewisville, Texas 75057: Attention: Customer Service.
- By phone. Call toll-free at (877) 700-1611 in the USA and Canada. (972) 436-6862 outside USA and Canada.
What kinds of security procedures are in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of your information?
BSI websites have security measures in place to attempt to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of your user data under our control. BSI uses physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect any personally identifiable data stored on its computers. Only authorized employees have access to the information you provide us. Any sensitive information is encrypted using AES Encryption prior to being stored in our database.
While we cannot guarantee that loss, misuse or alteration to data will not occur; we take many precautions to prevent such unfortunate occurrences.
You are ultimately responsible for the security of your http://www.biosig-id.com login email address and password. Please take care when using and storing them. BSI recommends that you do not divulge your password to anyone. You should log out of your browser at the end of each computer session to ensure that others cannot access your personal information and correspondence, especially if several people have access to your personal computer or you are using a computer in a public place like a library or Internet cafe.
What are “cookies” and how does BSI use them?
In addition to the personally identifiable information that BSI actively collects when you register, we may also collect anonymous information passively using cookies. This technology plays an important role in making the Internet work, but there is much confusion among Internet users about what cookies are and how they are used.
A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that is transferred from a Website to the hard drive of your computer so that the site administrator may identify your computer and passively track its activities on the Website. This unique number identifies your Web browser to our computer system whenever you visit one of the BSI websites. A cookie will not allow a Website to learn any personally identifiable information (such as your real name and address) that you have not otherwise disclosed.
Measure statistics such as audience size and traffic patterns. This information is only collected in aggregate form and will not be linked to your personally identifiable information.
BSI sometimes uses an individual registered user’s data to “pre-populate” online forms that are displayed for the purpose of collecting additional individual data by BSI websites, selected third-party sites, and/or sponsors and advertisers.
BSI may, from time to time, use your information to contact you about changes or enhancements to Products and Services on BSI websites, issues regarding your account, or BSI websites Terms and Conditions violations or suspensions.
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