When you visit our Web site there are two kinds of information that we are likely to record:
1. Non-personal statistical information collected in the aggregate.
This is anonymous information on subjects such as: how many visitors come to our Web site, how they navigate through the site, which browsers they use to visit the site, etc.
2. Personal information that you knowingly supply to us.
When you sign up for certain products or register on the HYZEN Web site to access your account information, HYZEN will collect personal information that will help us to identify you, authenticate you, and provide you better service in the future. This information is called “personally identifiable information” and is used to associate usage information with a specific individual or entity. Examples of personally identifiable information are: customer name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, account number, IP Address, etc. It is a common business practice to collect “personally identifiable information” in order to conduct business and provide customers with specific services.
HYZEN has collected this information from customers in the past to provide services through mail or over the telephone. The emergence and popularity of the Internet provides HYZEN with yet another way to communicate with customers and meet customer needs.