The only Private Information we have is given by you.

We believe that the only information we need to have about you is what you provide to us.

We collect three kinds of information:

Personal information that you directly provide to us, which includes information you supply when you register for a webinar, complete a form or create a profile on the discussion forum.

Non-personal information that’s automatically gathered as you use the site, which includes tracking information for our site.

Cookies, to help us understand what areas of the site are most useful and interesting to our audience.

We never share private information such as your email with outside sources. Never. Ever.

We value our community and believe that a strong sense of business integrity and common sense make the best formula for success.

Additionally, we maintain electronic, physical, and procedural safeguards to protect your Private Information in a manner compatible with industry standards for similar firms.

Comments on our discussion forum

We offer you opportunities to engage in what the lawyers call public activities. “Public activities” are any actions you take that are designed to be visible to other users — including questions and comments in the forum. If you choose to engage in public activities, any information you submit there can be read, collected or used by other forum users.

We are not responsible for personally identifiable information you choose to submit in the forum. Information shared here could be used by others, potentially to send you unsolicited messages if you include your email or URL. If the information posted publicly is not consistent with good taste and civility, your content may be removed.