A customer's right to privacy is of paramount importance to The Fraud Practice. When you register to use our site, The Fraud Practice will ask you to provide your name, organization, e-mail address, and other information. We use that information to provide you a more personalized online experience and to process orders, as well as to keep track of what topics are of interest to our subscribers. This information will not be shared with any third party.
Information Collection and Use
The Fraud Practice is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. We do not sell, share or rent this information to others outside of The Fraud Practice family of companies. The Fraud Practice collects information from our users at several different points on our Web site.
The Fraud Practice tracks and catalogues certain information regarding usage of the site including search terms that you enter, databases used, pages or documents viewed while on the site and traffic information. If you are a registered user, this information is stored with your registration information, a unique number used solely for purposes of enabling the site to provide a personalized experience for you.
Aggregated forms of this data may also be used in order to help us understand areas for future development and to identify future features and functions to develop for the site. This data may also be used to help corporate clients understand how their subscriptions are being used and to identify appropriate product offerings and subscription plans for them.
A cookie is a small piece of computer code that enables Web servers to "identify" visitors. When you visit a Web site that uses cookie technology, the site adds a cookie to your browser that includes an identifying number, which is then stored on your hard drive. Each time you initiate a session on The Fraud Practice, the site sets the cookie in order to identify you and determine your access privileges. Cookies do not store any of the information that you have provided to the site. They are simply identifiers. You have the ability to delete cookie files from your hard drive at any time. However, you should know that cookies may be necessary to provide you with access to much of the content and features of The Fraud Practice. We use cookie technology to enable registered users to move quickly and securely through access-controlled areas of the site. Cookie technology also enables registered users to take advantage of certain useful features on the site including "remember my password".
The Fraud Practice provides its registered users with a secure online experience. To do this we use a variety of security measures to maintain the safety and confidentiality of your personal information. All user registration information is contained behind a firewall and only accessible by a limited number of employees who have special access rights to our production systems. Confidential personal information sent to us is transmitted using Secure Socket Layer technology. This information is then encrypted in our secure database. The database is further protected behind a firewall. If you have any questions about the security at our Web site, you can send an e-mail to our security officer.
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