As a standard practice, the ShutKey assigns a random number to each user in order to draw content preferences and create navigation traffic models. This identification number automatically recognizes your browser - but not you - every time you interact with any of our domains. This random number allows us to know, for example, how regularly users do certain things - like visiting our page monthly - without really knowing who those users are. The assigned number is kept in a file on your computer, called a "cookie". Cookies, by themselves, do not allow to determine the identity of the user: unless you tell us yourself, the ShutKey will never know who you are. However, you may want to tell us things so that the ShutKey remembers them. Indeed, like many other users, you will want to provide us with personal information because this will allow our web pages to be more useful for you. If you have no problem in supplying us with that personal information, we have at your disposal higher quality services, which we cannot offer to other users, precisely because they are anonymous. For example, our free ShutKey Mail service.
The choice as to the amount of personal information you want to give us is completely in your hands, user. But in any case, whatever the degree of interaction you choose, you have the privacy guarantee of the ShutKey:
The ShutKey Network will never voluntarily disclose personally identifiable information of the users to any person outside the ShutKey Network, without the prior consent of the user.
The ShutKey Network collects information about users in order to make it more profitable and easier for them to use our services, while guaranteeing the privacy of personal information. The information that is collected online is defined either as anonymous or as personally identifiable:
The ShutKey Network always pursues the loyalty of the user, giving him reasons to return to visit our pages again. Thus, we use the information you provide us to:
On occasion, the members of the ShutKey Network that provide content that requires personal information (see "Use of Information" above), will request the user some personal information. The ShutKey Network cannot control the options policy for the user of these companies. Corrections and updates of the information provided At all times, the user registered in the ShutKey Network has control over the accuracy of the personal identifiable information that has been provided to ShutKey. If you have provided personal information to a member of the ShutKey Network, to access the services of said partner, the ShutKey Network will not be able to correct or update said information. Nor can we guarantee the ability of such partners to correct or update the personal information provided to them. Deletion of information and cancellation as in the ShutKey registry At any time, as a registered user of the ShutKey Network, you can choose not to receive communications, although initially you would have opted otherwise. In addition, any communication you receive by e-mail includes information on how to unsubscribe from the list of subscribers to the e-mail notification reception service. Also, at any time, as a registered user of the ShutKey Network, you may delete personally identifiable information that you may have provided to the ShutKey Network. This does not imply that your "profile" disappears as a user (see information on "cookies" in "Information Collection" above), but it will suppress the deletion of any personal information related to that profile. Any information that you do not want to appear in your profile on the ShutKey Network can be deleted.
What type of security procedures have been established to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of the information that remains under the control of the company.