There are two types of cookies: persistent and session. Persistent cookies are pieces of information that a Web site transfers to an individual’s hard drive for record-keeping purposes. VideoLink, Inc. does not use persistent cookies and, therefore, does not place bits of computer code found with cookies on your computer. VideoLink, Inc. does utilize session cookies that enable you to navigate the content that you use during your visit. Session cookies do not give us access to any personally identifiable information about you.
VideoLink, Inc. uses session cookies with one single purpose in mind: to help you better understand and navigate areas of the VideoLink, Inc. service that our users find valuable. While this activity depends on the use of a session cookie, visitors to VideoLink, Inc. always have the option of disabling cookies via their browser settings.
We do not control cookies from the other sites that you may link to from VideoLink, Inc.
Use of IP Addresses
An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are surfing the Web. Many Web servers automatically identify your computer by its IP address.
VideoLink, Inc. collects IP addresses from the Web server logs for the purposes of system administration, to audit the use of our site and for other purposes. When users request pages from VideoLink, Inc., our servers log the users’ IP addresses. We do not normally link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable, which means that a user’s session will be logged, but the user remains anonymous to us. We can and will use IP addresses to identify a user when we feel it is necessary to enforce compliance with our rules or terms of service or to protect our service, site, customers, or others.
VideoLink, Inc. may require users to register in order to access some content resources that may be made available to you on this site. You may be asked to provide your name and email address, and you may also have to choose a password. VideoLink, Inc. stores this information only for the purpose of sending you a reminder if you forget your password or aggregating and reporting usage statistics.
Privacy Rights of California Residents
Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1798.83, California residents have the right to request certain information regarding our disclosure of personal data to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please send an e-mail to email@example.com, or call us at our toll-free number 1-800-250-9122 to make the request via phone.
You can also mail your request to:
6301 Benjamin Road
Tampa, FL 33634 United States
Attn: Data Privacy.
In some cases, we may need to ask for proof of identification before the request can be processed. We will inform you if we need to verify your identity and the documents we require.
Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1798.83(c)(2), members of the AVI-SPL organization do not share guests’ personal data with other member companies or others outside of the AVI-SPL organization for those parties’ direct marketing use unless a guest elects that we do so. AVI-SPL does not and will not sell your personal data.
You have the right to request we delete some or all of your Personal Data; however, under some circumstances, applicable law may not require us to delete your Personal Data. In any event, we will give you notice of our decision in accordance with applicable law.
VideoLink, Inc. may collect personal information supplied by you when you choose to supply such information. The information collected may include your full name, a username and password that you select, and your email address. The information is stored to remind you what password you selected when you request that information from us. We may also use this information to determine registration date and last login date and other matters.
VideoLink, Inc. stores any information that we may have obtained while you have visited our Web sites. Although VideoLink, Inc. takes reasonable efforts to safeguard your personal information, you should know that no site could warrant that it is 100% secure from “hackers” who might learn how to evade security systems or intercept transmissions over the Internet.