To that end, Princeton Capital gathers two types of information about you: 1) Data that users provide through optional, voluntary registration on our website, and 2) Data that Princeton Capital gathers through aggregated tracking, mainly by tallying web pages that are viewed by users throughout our website.
We collect information by specifically requesting it from you. Generally this occurs when you register at the website or request information or a service. Usually, we and our business partners use your information to operate the website and to deliver services. Princeton Capital also uses your information to inform you about other products and/or services available from Princeton Capital and Princeton Capital affiliates.
Use of Tracking
Use of Internet Protocol (“IP”) Addresses: An IP address is a unique number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are browsing the Internet so that your computer can be identified by the main computers, known as “web servers,” that “serve up” web pages. This allows us to identify and gather general information and data about you, such as the web pages you view.
Princeton Capital collects IP addresses for the purposes of: helping us diagnose problems with our main computers, for system administration, to report aggregated information to our business partners, and to audit the use of our website. When users request web pages from our website, our web servers log the user’s IP address. We do not normally link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable, which means that a user’s session will be logged, but the user will remain anonymous to us. For example, We collect and/or track the home server domain name, the type of computer, and the type of web browser used by you to access this website. Such collection and tracking information is gathered by us as you navigate through this website, and shall be used by us for our business purposes only.
By showing how and when users visit the website, cookies help us see which areas of the website are popular and which are not. Many improvements and updates to the website are based on such data as total number of visitors and pages viewed, this information is most easily tracked with cookies.
You may occasionally get cookies from our business partners. Princeton Capital and/or Princeton Capital-affiliates do not control these cookies. The use of advertising cookies sent by such third-party web servers is standard in the Internet industry.
How We Respond To Browser Do Not Track Requests
Princeton Capital and other parties not affiliated with us may collect personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across different websites when you use our website or the services offered on our website. Industry standards regarding how to handle “Do Not Track” requests from web browsers are still evolving and there is currently no set of industry standards for handling such requests. As such we may not separately respond to or take any action with respect to a “do not track” configuration set in your internet browser. At this time, we do not have any protocol in place that allows you to opt-out of internet tracking. You may reset your web browser to disable do not track signals if your web browser supports such functionality. If you have any questions regarding our internet tracking methods please contact us at Sales@Princetoncap.com.
With Whom Does Princeton Capital Share Information?
As a general rule, Princeton Capital will not disclose any specific personal information that you submit to us about you (“Personal Information”) in a manner that connects you with the personal information, except when we have your permission or under special circumstances, such as when we believe in good faith that the law requires it.
How Can You Control The Usage Of Information?
In case you change your mind or some personal information changes (such as your zip code or e-mail address), we will try to provide a way to correct, update or remove the personal information that you give us. We also give you the opportunity to control the communications we direct to you. If a user wishes to update personal information or objects to any usage provided herein for any reason, he/she may e-mail the requested change to: Sales@Princetoncap.com.
What Happens When You Link To A Third Party Site?
You should be aware that when you are on Princeton Capital and/or Princeton Capital -affiliates’ website you can hyperlink, or be directed to, other websites that are beyond our control and/or outside our service. For example, if you “click” on a banner advertisement or a Princeton Capital search result, the “click” may transfer you off our website. These other websites may include sites of advertisers, sponsors, and partners that may use our and/or Princeton Capital-affiliates’ logo as part of a co-branding agreement. These other websites may send their own cookies to users, collect data, or solicit information.
Please keep in mind that whenever you give out information online (for example, via message boards or forums) that information can be collected and used by people you do not know. While Princeton Capital and Princeton Capital-affiliates strive to protect users’ information and privacy, we cannot guarantee the security of any information you disclose online, and you disclose such information at your own risk.
Is Information Secure From Others Using The Web Site?
The security of all information associated with our users is an important concern to us. We exercise care in providing secure transmission of Your information from Your computer to our servers. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your information, Princeton Capital and Princeton Capital-affiliates can’t ensure or warrant the security of any information You transmit to us or from our on-line products or services, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your transmission, Princeton Capital uses industry standard efforts to safeguard the confidentiality of your information, such as firewalls and Secure Socket Layers (SSL). However, “perfect security” does not exist on the Internet.