1. Collection of personally-identifiable information
Amicus Group collects information when visitors request reports or other information, sign up for events, and participate in user posting areas. Personally-identifiable information may consist of name, affiliation, position, mailing address, email address, telephone number and fax number. In addition, Amicus Group may collect non-visible information such as IP address, viewed pages, and status of cookies.
2. Use of personally-identifiable information
Amicus Group may use visitors’ personally-identifiable information to fulfill requests for information, to facilitate participation in events, and for other purposes visitors may request. Amicus Group may also use information for statistical analyses, observation of visitor behavior, and monitoring and overall improvement of the visitor experience.
Amicus Group’s Web site may place a cookie in visitors’ system files in order to identify visitors’ patterns and interests, to manage site content, and to improve the visitor experience. Visitors can set browser settings to notify and then accept or deny a cookie. Amicus Group may log IP addresses to determine the location of computers on the Internet, to diagnose potential problems with servers, and to administer the Web site.
4. Third parties
Amicus Group may provide links to third-party Web sites or information as a service to our visitors, and use of such links means leaving this site. Links to other sites do not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation to such sources, and Amicus Group shall not be held liable or responsible for visitors’ use thereof.