Below are some of the ways in which a visitor may provide information to us on-line and how we may use that information:
Our web servers automatically recognize a visitor’s domain name, however, they do not recognize a visitor’s e-mail address.
We do not require visitors to register or provide any information before entering our website. However, there are several places where visitors may choose to provide personally identifiable information about themselves or other people. Unless we tell you otherwise, VAMOZA will use the information for the purpose the information was provided.
Questions: On some pages our visitors can submit comments or ask questions. The only personally identifiable information that we collect is the sender’s e-mail address. We do not save any personally identifiable information associated with comments, and we only save e-mail addresses associated with questions in order to respond to those questions. E-mail Newsletters: Some of our pages permit you to register to receive e-mail newsletters or updates in the future by providing your e-mail address. Any e-mail you receive from VAMOZA will allow you to “unsubscribe” from this informational service at any time. At the bottom of each promotional email, there is a link that you can click to send an email back to us with “unsubscribe” somewhere in the message title. Alternatively, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will unsubscribe you from our lists. Other Features: There may be other features available on our website which may require some personally identifiable information to use the feature. We only use the personally identifiable information to provide the feature and delete it within a reasonable period of time after the information is no longer necessary.
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect on-line.
VAMOZA’s policy is to link only to other sites which are appropriate for visitors to our website. However, content on websites can change quickly, so we cannot always guarantee the appropriateness of the content of sites we link to.