Privacy


1. Conent in my website

We just collect short information from other website (new feed) and put copyright (link to original website) at the end of description. i do like this in order to make it easy to visitor to fine them and classified information from one website to another.

2. Information Collected and Stored Automatically

When you visit our website to read or download information, such as filings, press releases or publications, we do not collect your name, email, mailing address or similar identifying information without your knowledge. However, towards continual improvement of our website and for site management purposes, we will automatically collect and maintain certain statistical information about your visit. This information includes:
  • The date and time (with time zone) of a website visit.
  • Internet Protocol (IP) address.  A computer’s IP address establishes its location on the Internet and allows communications with other computers to send it content and other information.
  • Type of Internet traffic associated with a specific IP address;
  • Type of Internet traffic associated with a specific time or event;
  • Type of technology used to access the website (such as the type of internet browser and type of operating system);
  • Types of events;
  • The location associated with an event (such as apparent nation of origin);
  • Host names;
  • Malicious software identification; and
  • Caller Identification logs, which provide a caller's apparent phone number.

We use the above information to measure the number of visitors to the different sections of our website, assess system performance and to help us make the website more useful to our visitors.  Additionally, portions of this data, to include partial IP addresses, are posted publicly on our website in response to frequent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. To remediate computer security incidents, such data may be manually analyzed to allow computer security specialists to identify Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and, in extreme cases, to attempt to identify the specific computer and individual involved in an attack on the SEC’s site. The section on “Security and Intrusion Detection” below further details such extreme cases.

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