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ActiveXFix.org Privacy Policy

ActiveXFix.org cares about your privacy and we want to reassure you that your information is safe with us. Because ActiveXFix.org does collect user information, this policy is meant to disclose what type of data we collect and how we use your information. 

VOLUNTARY SUBMISSIONS
ActiveXFix.org collects personal information out of necessity and for improving our Web site. When ActiveXFix.org visitors subscribe to newsletters, it is necessary to collect the e-mail address where the e-mail newsletter will be sent. This information is voluntarily submitted by users in order to receive specific services or for participation in interactive ActiveXFix.org components. You may also opt out of such services by not providing information or later opting out of newsletter subscriptions.

SITE USAGE AND ANALYSIS
The other type of information that ActiveXFix.org collects is information that allows us to analyze how users use our site. This information can contain data such as the type of Web browser you use, your user domain, your browser’s MIME type, and your IP address as well as traffic patterns such as the pages of ActiveXFix.org that you visited and search terms entered. This information is used to improve the ActiveXFix.org site. It is aggregated and not personally identifiable. We want to understand which areas of the ActiveXFix.org Web site are popular with visitors and which ones are not. We want to know what search terms our visitors enter so that we can later provide relevant Web content.

COOKIES
Cookies may be used by ActiveXFix.org. These text files are either accepted or rejected by your Web browser, depending on the security settings of the browser. When accepted, cookies allow for personalization and use information that you have voluntarily submitted to enhance your visit, and future visits, to the ActiveXFix.org site. For example, cookies are commonly used to store user names and passwords. You may decline cookies from ActiveXFix.org.

CHILDREN
We abide by the terms of the Federal Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. ActiveXFix.org will never knowingly ask users age 13 or below for personally identifiable information without asking for parental consent. 

HOW WE USE COLLECTED INFORMATION
All information collected by ActiveXFix.org is used for enhancing your user experience or for improving our Web site. Voluntarily submitted information is used by ActiveXFix.org to deliver the content that you have requested such as delivering ezines to your e-mail address. We do not share, nor do we sell, this information with others. 

HOW WE SHARE INFORMATION
ActiveXFix.org will abide by valid law enforcement or legal processes if required by law enforcement or judicial proceedings, but other than that, personally identifiable information is not shared with third parties.

Non-personally identifiable information may be compiled into aggregated reports that are shared with ActiveXFix.org’s partners or advertisers. The data is non-identifiable and used for purposes of creating more relevant advertisements. Click-through data, ad impressions, and non-identifying visitor demographics allow partners and advertisers to better understand the status of ad campaigns.

SECURITY
We take the security of the collected information seriously. All ActiveXFix.org data is safely stored on secure servers with limited access by authorized personnel only. Security precautions exist to ensure that your data is safe and secure.

OPT-OUT POLICY 
You may opt out of ActiveXFix.org newsletters, interactive site components, and other features by not participating in such modules or selecting the opt-out choice when prompted. Newsletters may be opted out of at any time.

YOUR CONSENT

By using the ActiveXFix.org Web site, you are consenting to our privacy policy which may be changed in the future and posted on the ActiveXFix.org website. Your usage of the ActiveXFix.org site is your consent to our information collection and usage policies.
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