Last Updated on 30 Oct 2002
Systems is committed to protecting your privacy.
Generally, you can surf through most of our
site without giving us any personally identifiable
information (such as your name, address, phone
number, or e-mail address) about yourself.
Sometimes we do need personally identifiable
information to provide services that you request,
and this statement of privacy explains data
collection and use in those situations. This
statement of privacy also explains situations
in which we may collect anonymous user information.
Please read the complete E-Book Systems Privacy
of respect for your privacy, we give you the
option to not receive these types of communications.
If you do not wish to receive our promotional
material you may opt-out of receiving it by
emailing us at email@example.com
at any time. Additionally, you may instruct
us to remove your information from the customer
lists which we distribute to our advertisers
and other third party marketers.
E-Book Systems may sell, transfer, or otherwise
disclose your personally identifiable information
in the event of a corporate merger, consolidation,
or the sale of substantially all its assets.
Systems safeguards the security of the order
data you send us with physical and electronic
When you view a FlipBook, our server collects anonymous viewing information. Anonymous viewing information is data regarding the time spent viewing specific pages in the FlipBook, the order in which pages are viewed, the time of day pages are accessed, and IP addresses. Anonymous viewing information does not include any personally identifiable information. We collect this anonymous viewing information in order to understand customer usage and measure the performance of our services. We may disclose this anonymous viewing information in the form of aggregated statistics to third parties for a variety of purposes. For example, we may disclose how long the average viewer spends on a certain page for marketing purposes.
E-Book Systems as an Application Service Provider
certain instances, E-Book Systems may provide
its technology for collecting anonymous viewing
information to third parties’ websites.
The information E-Book Systems processes on
such third parties’ websites belongs
to those third parties, and is governed by
their privacy policies. In certain instances,
E-Book Systems may obtain rights from those
third parties to use the information collected
on an aggregated basis only for its own marketing
and internal analysis purposes.
2002 E-Book Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.