Your IP Address
An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer every time you browse the Internet. When a user requests a page from the Site, our servers log the user’s current IP address. We use IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our servers and to administer the Site.
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Collection of Personal Information
Use of Personal Information
We will use Personal Information to provide you with information regarding the Site, Martin Selig, and projects we may be working on. We may also use the information to elicit your feedback about the Site.
Disclosure of Personal Information; Changes
We will not sell, trade, or rent your Personal Information. Except as otherwise provided below under “Disclosures for Legal Reasons” we will not provide your Personal Information to any third party other than entities affiliated with Martin Selig. We may compile aggregate statistics about our Site visitors and we may provide such aggregated information to third parties and/or use the information to improve the Site, but these statistics will not include any individually identifiable Personal Information. You will not have the right to review and/or request changes to your Personal Information.
Use of Submission Information
Disclosures to Third Parties
Because Martin Selig does not accept or collect Submission Information on a confidential or proprietary basis, from time to time Martin Selig may disclose your Submission Information to third parties, including, without limitation, other potential investors, our consultants, our representatives, our affiliated companies and others.
Disclosures for Legal Reasons
Martin Selig will also disclose Submission Information or Personal Information when it believes, in its sole discretion, that the law requires such disclosure or that such disclosure is necessary to:
- Comply with the law;
- Protect and defend the rights or property of Martin Selig or others; or
- Act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of the public or the users of the Site
Notification of Changes
If Martin Selig is going to use Personal Information in a manner different from that stated at the time of collection through the Site, Martin Selig will notify those from whom it has collected Personal Information via email. You will then have a choice as to whether or not we may continue using your information in this different manner. In addition, if we make any material changes in our privacy practices that do not affect Personal Information already collected through the Site, we will post a notice on the Site notifying users of the change.
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