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Our Commitment to Your Privacy
With our services, toChina.Tve.com
are proud to be leaders in the field of electronic commerce and true innovators
in the way people buy the things they need.
We're also extremely proud
of our commitment to protecting your privacy online. We value your trust in us
and will work hard to earn your confidence so that you can enthusiastically use
our services and recommend us to friends and family.
promises agrees, never to sell, rent, barter or share with any third
party personally-identifying information collected during your use of
the Site without your prior permission.
From time to time we
may reveal general statistical information about our Site and visitors,
such as number of visitors, number and type of goods and services
purchased, etc., but we will never reference you by name or specific
Your trust and
confidence are our highest priority.
Information We Collect
We do collect and store the
names, addresses, credit card numbers and other personally-identifying
information of customers of the Site who make purchase requests. This
information is saved in a secure environment and is kept for our records and to
make it easier for you to use our services on return visits.
To serve you faster and with
better quality, we use "cookies" technology. Cookies are small bits of
code, usually stored on a user's computer hard drive, which enable a Web site to
it takes for you to submit purchase requests. No third party has access to the
you visit usand we will help you turn them off.
How We Use the Information We
Information we collect is
used to build features that will make the services available on the Site easier
to use. This includes faster purchase requests, better customer support and
timely notice of new "Name Your Own Price" services and special
Information collected by toChina.Tv
mortgage is stored in a single, secure database, accessible only by toChina.Tv
We do not reveal your name,
address, credit card number or other personally-identifying information to any
participating seller, manufacturer, retailer, or sponsor of toChina.Tv
or (collectively referred to as "Providers") unless you affirmatively
respond to the Provider's offer and/or the Provider agrees to provide the
product or service you requested at your specified price.
Millions of people are traveling the Internet
And as going online gets easier and more affordable, even more will venture into
is an image on a computer screen, sometimes it is called a "virtual"
world — not actually real. But travel anywhere has real risks and rewards. No
matter where you go — even if you don't actually leave your home to get there
— common sense and knowledge are your best travel companions.
The Federal Trade
Commission and your state Attorney General offer this guide to help you
prepare for your voyage and avoid fraud and deception en route. We hope you'll
share it with your family and especially with children, so that they will be
savvy travelers when they visit Cyberspace,
|When you enter Cyberspace, |
you've arrived in a global marketplace stocked with products and
services. But the Internet's
major currency is information. You seek it from others. Others
seek it from you. Marketers, in particular, want to know as much
about you and your buying habits as you are willing to tell. Since
some information may be quite personal, you'll want to know how it
is gathered, how it is used, and occasionally abused. Just as you
might carry cash in a secret pouch when you go abroad, you may
want to protect certain information when you go online.
Information is gathered on the Internet
both directly and indirectly. When you enter a chat
room discussion, leave a message on a bulletin
board, register with a commercial site, enter a contest, or order a
product, you directly and knowingly send information into Cyberspace.
Often, a web
site may require information from you as the "toll" you pay to
Data also can be gathered indirectly, without your
knowledge. For example, your travels around a web
site can be tracked by a file called a "cookie"
left on your computer's hard drive on your first visit to that site. When
you revisit the site, it will open the cookie
file and access the stored information so it will know how to greet you. You
may even be welcomed by name. If you linger over a product or a subject that
interests you, it will be noted. And soon, you may see ads on the site that
look as if they've been custom tailored for you. As web
sites gather information directly and indirectly, they can collect a
complete data picture of you and your family. This kind of information is
valuable to marketers because it helps them target their sales efforts.