DaveBalroop maintains and observes strict policies and guidelines regarding information gathered on visitors and users of the DaveBalroop web site, and we ensure that information gathered is not shared with any third party.

For strategic marketing purposes and the protection of our intellectual property, DaveBalroop accumulates limited information on the use and behavior of visitors to our site, and adheres to the privacy policies that follow.

 

Privacy

Information Capture - There are selected areas on the DaveBalroop web site where the collection of information is necessary. These are areas such as the submission of comments or requests, any registration that may be necessary before the download of research papers, and the download of selected brochures that may contain proprietary DaveBalroop intellectual capital.

DaveBalroop may also capture information regarding the type of browser visitors use (e.g., FireFox, Netscape, Internet Explorer, etc.), the type of operating system used (e.g., Windows, Mac OS, etc.), and the domain name of visitors’ Internet service providers (e.g., Cox, Verizon, America Online, Earthlink, etc.). This non-personal information is utilized to enrich the user experience. We also maintain a count of the files detected and cleaned by antiviral utilities.

Information Use - DaveBalroop may use the personally identifiable information visitors provide, as well as the non-personally identifiable information collected to fulfill requests for demonstration products, presentations, research papers, etc. DaveBalroop only markets to users and visitors that have elected to receive such information, and users and visitors are always presented with the opportunity to end any such marketing.

DaveBalroop does not sell, share, or transfer personal identifiable information to any third party. If DaveBalroop is acquired by a third party, it is expected that the third party observes the same privacy policy we have established. Namely, DaveBalroop may disclose personal identifiable information in connection with the sale of our assets, but DaveBalroop will attempt to ensure that the acquiring company honors our policies.

DaveBalroop may disclose personal identifiable information in response to a legal process, for example, in response to a court order or a subpoena or a law enforcement agency’s request. Since DaveBalroop is a Canadian corporation, it is an imperative that it upholds all Canadian laws.

Clients

Clients are required to supply profile information relating to their location, line of business, operations, key executives, and areas of needs. Clients also have the ability to stipulate what portion of their profile should be accessible to other users, and this ensures that information is shared based on permission.

Providers

Providers are required to submit essential business profile information on their capabilities and past performance. This information is shared with Clients on the network as marketing collateral, and is expected to be promotional and advertising information that can be shared with the general public.