“Privacy is not something that I'm merely entitled to, it's an absolute prerequisite.” – Marlon Brando
We couldn’t agree more. See3 respects the privacy of the people and organizations using our website. We’re all about transparency, and as a rule we think that’s a good thing to make clear exactly what we do and do not do with our visitors’ information.
What We Do
To improve the quality of our site, See3 may collect non-identifying, non-personal tracking data including the time and duration of site visits, pages viewed, searches requested, referring site, ISP name and device type. As digital specialists (nerds) we use this information to make our site’s user experience cleaner and more intuitive.
In some cases, we employ cookies – which do not personally identify any user – to serve retargeted online ads to the people who visit our site. That’s why after visiting, let’s say, the event section of our website you might see an ad for an upcoming event of ours while visiting another website.
What are cookies?
We’re partial to peanut butter chocolate chip, but that’s not the kind of cookie we’re talking about here.
A “cookie” is a tiny element of data that our site can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your hard drive. Cookies that are sent to your browser by our site are only readable by See3 staff and are never shared with any other site. Cookies help us provide visitors with a better website, for example, by letting us monitor which pages our audience finds useful. A cookie does not give us access to your computer or any information about you.
If you are concerned about your privacy and the use of cookie technology on our website you may set your browser to refuse the cookies our site attempts to send you. If you decide not to accept cookies, you may limit the functionality available when you visit our site.
What We Don't Do
We do not sell, rent or trade lists to any other business or individuals. Seriously, who does that?