What personally identifiable information do I provide to Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch?
How does Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch use my personally identifiable information?
Our primary goal in collecting personally identifiable information is to provide you, the user, with a customized experience on our network of sites. This includes personalization services, interactive communications, online shopping and many other types of services, most of which are completely free to you.
Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch uses the personally identifiable information you provide to us in several ways. Some examples follow.
A user’s personally identifiable information may be used by Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch for editorial purposes such as to contact you as part of an online survey. Additionally, we may also use the information provided by you to: 1) contact you with legal notices, 2) to advise you of any material changes or additions to our Service or terms and conditions, and 3) account status (including confirmation of registrations).
Finally, you can specify in your account preferences that you would be interested in receiving e-mail from us, in which case we may send you offers and information about Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business and its affiliates, e-mails about Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch or Wolters Kluwer Law & Business products, promotions, or services as well as on behalf of other companies. However, if you no longer wish to receive any of the foregoing, you may change your preferences for the future at any time by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to provide services free of charge, we may display advertisements. Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch and/or Wolters Kluwer Law & Business may deliver targeted advertisements on behalf of advertisers. Advertisers give us an advertisement and tell us the type of audience they want to reach (for example, females over 25 years old). We take the advertisement and display it to users meeting that criteria. In this process, the advertiser never has access to individual account information.
Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch and/or Wolters Kluwer Law & Business also may do research on our users’ demographics, interests and behavior based on the information you provide to us including upon registration, on order forms, during a promotion, as well as from our server log files or from surveys. We do this to better understand and serve our users. This research is compiled and analyzed on an aggregated basis and Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch may share this aggregated data with advertisers or other businesses. In addition, under confidentiality agreements, Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch may match user information with third party data.
Do other companies or people have access to personally identifiable information I provide to Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch?
When you are on an area of Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch and are asked for personally identifiable information, you are providing that information to Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch and Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, its divisions or affiliates, or vendors providing contractual services for Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch (such as hosting vendors and list managers). If personally identifiable information is being provided to and/or maintained by any company other than these, our policy is that we will not transfer that personally identifiable information unless notice is given prior to transfer. If you do not want your information to be shared, you can choose not to allow the transfer by not using that particular service or by expressing this preference, if requested. Additional information about personally identifiable information follows.
Promotions: Promotions that run on Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch may be sponsored by companies other than Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch or Wolters Kluwer Law & Business or may be co-sponsored by Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch, and/or Wolters Kluwer Law & Business and another company. Some or all personally identifiable information provided by you during a promotion may be shared with the sponsor. If information will be shared, we will disclose such sharing prior to the transfer. You can decide not to participate in the promotion if you don’t want your personally identifiable information to be shared. In certain circumstances, you may not be able to participate in a particular promotion if you chose not to share personally identifiable information.
We do not control the privacy policies of our advertisers, sponsors or other sites or businesses to which we provide hyperlinks or access. Please visit the sites of these businesses to review their privacy policies.
Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch users should also be aware that, when you voluntarily disclose personal information in chat areas or bulletin boards, that information may be collected by others and may result in unsolicited messages from others.
Data Security: We have in place physical, electronic and managerial procedures to protect the information we collect online. However, as effective as these measures are, no security system is impenetrable. We cannot guarantee the security of our database, nor can we guarantee that the information you supply will not be intercepted while being transmitted to us over the internet.
What information do web servers collect?
Web servers serving Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch may automatically collect certain non-personally identifiable information, such as which pages each user visits and the domain name of visitors. This information is used for various purposes including internal review, to tailor information to individual visitors, and for traffic audits. We also provide this information (as well as information from third-party market researchers) about our users on an aggregated, anonymous basis to our advertisers.
What are cookies and how does Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch use them?
How Can I Opt-Out of Online Advertising Cookies?
Online advertising for the Service may be delivered by a vendor. Such vendor, like other advertising service vendors, may place cookies on users’ hard drives so that its systems can identify your computer. By placing such cookies on your system, the vendor is able, among other things, to determine automatically whether you have seen a particular advertisement before and avoid sending you duplicate advertisements. It also enables the vendor to serve you advertisements tailored to things you have shown interest in based on other sites you have visited. The vendor allows visitors the option to opt-out of advertising cookies. If you do not want the benefits of advertising cookies, there is a simple procedure that allows you to deny or accept this feature.
Please note that opting out through the above procedure will affect not only Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch and other Wolters Kluwer Law & Business sites, but other sites served by the vendor as well. However, it will not affect the cookies used by Wolters Kluwer Wiki Watch.
Often our advertisers contract with a third-party service to host their ads. In this case, an ad serving vendor contacts the advertisers’ hosting service for a particular advertisement. In that case, an independent cookie may be used by the third-party service. We do not have a mechanism to allow visitors to opt-out of cookies from vendors with whom we do not have a contractual relationship.
Kids under 13: Do not send any information about yourself to us – including information like your name, address or e-mail address. In general, we do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under 13. If, in limited circumstances, we do knowingly collect personally identifiable information from a child under the age of 13, we will do so only with verified parental consent prior to collection. In the event that we learn that we have collected any personal information from a child under the age of 13 without verification of parental consent, we will delete that information from our database as quickly as possible.
Technology on the Internet is developing at a rapid pace, and we need to maintain our flexibility in the online arena. If we need to change our policy in the future, we will post these changes as soon as they go into effect.