Mac360 is a site developed and maintained by Alexis Kayhill and Ron McElfresh. We are committed to protect your privacy. The information we collect while you are visiting Mac360 is used to provide you with a more personalized and richer experience. Please read further for details.
Your IP Address
Your IP address is a unique identifier Mac360 uses to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our web site tracking. We also use your IP address to gather broad and general demographic information, none of which is personal or identifiable to you.
We use a feature on your browser which is called a cookie. A cookie is a small piece of information stored on your computer. It assigns a unique identification number to your computer and helps us maintain your preferences between visits to provide a personalized experience for you.
We also collect non-personally identifiable information, such as anonymous session numbers, with cookies.
What About Personal Information? Do You Collect That?
We do not house or collect any personal information about you unless you knowingly and willingly provide it.
Mac360 may provide a registration process through which you voluntarily sign up to access the members-only features of our site. During the registration process, we may ask for your name, e-mail address, how you got to know us, your age range, your ZIP code and other pertinent information.
Also, to make sure that nobody else can access our members-only features using your name or identity, we may ask that you create a unique user name with a password. This is optional.
Mac360 may provide newsletters for visitors to our sites. When you subscribe to our free newsletters or become a member through registration, we will ask for an e-mail address from you. You may opt out of receiving future mailings or cancel your subscription(s) at any time.
Contests and Promotions
When you enter a contest or take part in a promotion, we may ask for your name, mailing address, and e-mail address. Should a third party sponsor the contest or promotion, that party may have access to this information. We need this information to notify our winners, and, when applicable, ship the winner’s prizes.
Does Mac360 Ever Share Information with Others?
Disclosure of Information to Outside Parties: Mac360 does not and will not share your personal information with any outside parties unless you have knowingly and willingly consented to do so—(for example, by entering a contest, promotion or sweepstakes for which we would publish a list of winners). We may collect demographic and profile data, which is aggregated and shared with advertisers. Here’s an example of what our advertisers would receive. “Of the 25,371 clicks your banner received, 38% of the those were by users between the ages of 25-34”.
Links to Outside Third Parties
Mac360 may contain links to other sites whose information practices may be different than the information practices of Mac360.
Users who click over to a third-party site from a link on Mac360 must be aware that Mac360 makes no warranties with regard to that site’s policies or business practices. Mac360 is not responsible for any transactions that occur between the user and the third-party site.
Mac360 is not responsible for the actions of any third-party site.
Mac360 has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. In some instances, we are able to keep your personal information safe and secure by utilizing Secure Socket Layers (SSL) encryption technology. For maximum security, we may use a secure server that encrypts all your ordering information, including your name, address, and credit-card number when applicable.
All materials on the Mac360 site are Copyright © 2004 – 2013 by Ron McElfresh, Honolulu, HI. or used with permission.