Fleet Street Publication’s Privacy Statement:
Fleet Street Publications takes individual privacy very seriously. We are also aware of the threats to your security and privacy on the Internet. Please take a few moments to review the steps that Fleet Street Publications takes to ensure your privacy and security while giving you the best possible customer service as you use our web sites.
Any data you submit to us through an online order form is transferred to us via a Secure Sockets Layer—an encryption protocol—and is kept in databases that cannot be accessed from outside our firewall.
In other words, any data you send us is encrypted, so in the unlikely event a hacker intercepts your data, it cannot be easily read. Our firewall is a mechanism that prevents access to our servers by anyone outside of the company.
Fleet Street Publications does not sell or rent your details to anyone. That means that only authorized employees of Fleet Street Publications ever have access to any information you submit. We may use your name and address to send you information on other Fleet Street Publication products that may suit your interests. And, although we disagree with it, we must turn over any pertinent information to any law enforcement agency that takes the proper steps to require it.
If at any time you wish to be removed from our mailing list, please contact our customer service department or by using the unsubscribe link included in every email we send out.
If you subscribe to any of Fleet Street Publications e-letters, your name and e-mail address will be placed in a database. As with all other personal information, only employees of Fleet Street Publications have access to this data. We do not give Fleet Street Publications e-letter addresses to outside companies. We will also never rent or sell out email address.
Any e-mail you send to Fleet Street Publications is completely confidential. We will not add your name to our e-mail list without your permission. For security reasons, if your inquiry is about one of your subscriptions, we may ask you to submit some additional information only to verify your identity. Remember, in this case we are only asking you to confirm information you have already given us.
Cookies are small files placed on your computer by a web page when you visit it. They can be used to store all sorts of useful information to make your next visit easier and more convenient, but some people are uncomfortable not knowing what information is in a cookie.
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