Transwestern respects, and recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of all information obtained from visitors to our website and has adopted the following policy guidelines with a view toward protecting that privacy.
Information Transwestern Collects
As visitors browse the website, Transwestern collects information about the visit. For example, via web server logs and browser cookie files, Transwestern monitors statistics such as the number of visitors we have to our website, which pages are visited, the browsers our visitors use and the domains our visitors come from but none of this information is associated with any visitor as an individual.
Transwestern's Use of Information
Transwestern uses other information obtained via its website for internal purposes and takes reasonable precautions to keep any personal information disclosed secure. Transwestern does not sell or disclose to third parties personal information collected during the registration process or which is otherwise obtained during the use of its website, except as may be required by law.
Third Party Information
Transwestern is not responsible for the content or the privacy polices of any third party websites to which it may provide links. This includes reports from market data and research from third parties, or Transwestern's research affiliate, Delta Associates, any Tweets that are posted to this website, or any other third party links and materials. Those links are to servers maintained by other businesses and organizations and are provided solely as a service to visitors.
Information You Voluntarily Provide
When you visit our site, you may be requested to provide us with personal information. Our standard business practice is to retain any communications from our site visitors to help us serve you better. Legally compelled disclosure: We will also disclose your personal information when required to do so by law, for example, in response to a court order or a subpoena or other legal obligation, in response to a law enforcement agency's request, or in special cases when we have reason to believe that disclosing your personal information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to or interference with (whether intentionally or unintentionally) our rights or property. Bankruptcy: You should also be aware that courts of equity, such as U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, may have the authority under certain circumstances to permit your personal information to be shared or transferred to third parties without your permission. If you object to your personal information being used in this manner please do not register with or use the site.
Modification of your choices and preferences
Should you choose to opt-out of an e-mail that was sent to you by one of our local offices, please contact that particular office by e-mailing a reply-to-sender with "Remove" placed in the subject line or by following the Opt-Out instructions contained in the body of that particular marketing e-mail. You can also copy email@example.com on your opt-out request and our National Marketing team will help facilitate your request.
If you would like to opt out of any of our national marketing programs including hard copy mailings, and national newsletters, or wish to withdraw your consent to us contacting you via your e-mail, fax or phone number, or if your personal details change, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your election not to receive promotional and marketing correspondence from us will not: (a) preclude us from corresponding with you, by e-mail or otherwise, regarding your existing or past relationship with us, and (b) preclude us, including our employees, contractors, agents and other representatives, from accessing and viewing your personal information in the course of maintaining and improving the site.