Version 02 June 15, 2015 (effective date)
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Summary of Privacy Statement
By "Personal information," we mean information that is reasonably identifiable to you or to a particular device or that allows you or it to be so identified.
Personal Information We may Collect. Personal information that we collect includes information that you provide voluntarily. Personal information requested might include, for example, your name, business address, email address, and title. NOTE: we do not collect sensitive credit card information on the Site. We outsource processing of credit card transactions to vendors we understand to be compliant with appropriate Payment Card Industry standards for security. We may also collect certain information about your transaction and purchase history as a result of your using the Site.
Automatic or Navigational Information. When you visit the Site, we may capture certain information automatically (even if you do not voluntarily provide us with personal information, or in addition to personal information that you do provide). This information may include your Internet protocol address, location-based information, browser type, time and date of access and pages accessed, linking information, click stream, page visits, page views, and website log files. If such navigational information becomes reasonably identifiable to you or is reasonably identifiable to a particular device, it will be deemed personal information for purposes of this Privacy Statement. We reserve the right to match non-personal navigational information with other information that we have collected from you. If that other information renders such navigational information reasonably identifiable to you or a particular device, then by definition it will become personal information. Navigational information that is deemed personal information under this paragraph will be treated as such pursuant to this Privacy Statement.
Other Information You Voluntarily Provide: You may choose to contact us and the information you disclose may constitute personal information.
Suggestions and Ideas. Any suggestions or similar communications relating to McNaughton-McKay's business or the Site how they might be changed, enhanced or improved are not treated as private or confidential under this Privacy Statement. We will, however, use reasonable efforts to de-identify you personally with the suggestion.
We generally use personal information collected on the Site for the following purposes:
See also circumstances under which we may share or transfer personal information, discussed below.
Personal information you provide to us in connection with your account on the Site may be visible to others within your organization, designated as "super users," who are given permission to see it. McNaughton-McKay verifies the identity of each such individual and confirms that he or she is authorized by the organization to be a super user before granting him or her permission to see the information of others within his or her organization. Your information will not be visible to third-party individuals or the public.
Users may have the option of enabling "Do Not Track" in their browser, which sends a signal to websites that the user does not want to be tracked across multiple websites. McNaughton-McKay does not track users across multiple websites, regardless of whether users have enabled "Do Not Track."
McNaughton-McKay may use your personal information for internal promotion purposes, but McNaughton-McKay will not give personal information it collects to advertisers. McNaughton-McKay may use information connected with your account, such as your purchase history, to provide you with suggestions of McNaughton-McKay or affiliate product offerings which may interest you.
There are circumstances where we will transfer and/or disclose to third parties personal information. Those circumstances, subject to the limits of applicable law, are as follows:
Although we cannot guarantee impenetrability of our or our vendors' servers, we attempt to establish and implement reasonable physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online and where we use outside vendors for purposes of collecting, storing or processing data, we attempt to contract with vendors who likewise establish and implement reasonable procedures. In the event that our, or where applicable, our vendor's security system, is breached, we will attempt to notify you in accordance with applicable law.
McNaughton-McKay may present the opportunity to link to third party sites. When using third party sites, you should review such party's sites to understand how they treat personal information.
We will keep your personal information for as long as we deem it useful in our business and for as long as the applicable law allows us to maintain it. We note that our goal is to establish a relationship with our customers so that they always regard us as a resource for the services we offer. We also note that our customers always have the right to request that their information be deleted from our files. We will attempt to honor these requests, subject to applicable law and our judgment that the information is not important for us to maintain for our internal record-keeping purposes for reasons other than continuing a commercial business relationship with you (e.g., for tax, accounting and other transactional purposes).
California Civil Code Section 1798.83, also known as the "Shine The Light" law, permits our customers who are California residents to request and obtain from us once a year, free of charge, information about the personal information (if any) we disclosed to third parties for direct marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year. If applicable, this information would include a list of the categories of personal information that was shared and the names and addresses of all third parties with which we shared information in the immediately preceding calendar year. If you are a California resident and would like to make such a request, please submit your request in writing to:
Laura Del Pup, General Counsel
McNaughton-McKay Electric Co.
1357 E. Lincoln Ave.
Madison Heights, MI 48071
We will notify you about significant changes in the way we treat your personal information by sending a notice to the primary email address you have specified in your McNaughton-McKay account, by placing a prominent notice on the Site, or by notifying you at the time of your next transaction. All changes to this Privacy Statement will be posted on the Site in a revised Privacy Statement.
If you have any comments, questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Statement or McNaughton-McKay's privacy practices at the Site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.