Pulsar’s Commitment to Privacy
Method of Collecting Information
“Cookies” may be used to gather statistical information that will assist in understanding what users find interesting and useful throughout the Pulsar Website. These cookies are a small piece of dat a, identifying you only by random number (e.g. #15678). No personal information can be identified about the user through cookies. This numerical data is sent to your browser from a Web server and then stored onto your computer’s hard drive. Through modification of browser preferences, a user can elect to accept all cookies, receive notification when a cookie is set or decline all cookies. Alterations to these settings may, however, affect the functionality of the Pulsar Website.
Type of Information Collected
When visiting the Pulsar Website, general information that will not personally identify you may be collected. Types of information include data about pages visited, duration of page view, location previous to accessing the Pulsar Client Web site, navigational habits of users along with details on browser (including Internet Protocol ‘IP’ addresses or browser configurations) and operating systems. This information alone will not identify an individual. Instead, it provides statistics that are used to analyse and improve Pulsar Client Websites.
Personally Identifiable Information
Personally identifiable information is defined as any personal information that could identify you such as your name, address, telephone number, billing and shipping information, credit card information or e-mail address. Generally, when you visit the Pulsar Website, you are not required to disclose who you are or reveal any personally identifiable information. Since Pulsar takes your privacy seriously, no personally identifiable information will be collected unless it is voluntarily provided. At no time during your visit to a Pulsar Client Web site should you feel obligated to reveal any personal information to Pulsar.