- Policy Statement
- What is covered by this Policy
- Collection, Purpose and Use of Personal Data
- Sharing Your Data With Third Parties
- Choice to review, update, remove Personal Data
- Chat Rooms
- Children’s Privacy
- Contact us
1. Policy Statement
2. What is covered by this Policy
3. Collection, Purpose and Use of Personal Data
When you visit Dialogic's web sites, email Dialogic or visit Dialogic at a tradeshow, Dialogic gathers a limited amount of information from you. Personal data that Dialogic collects from you is information that you voluntarily submit to us, such as your name, email address, company name and telephone number (personally identifiable information or "Personal Data") when you email us, plus any other information contained in your email or that you otherwise submit to Dialogic's web sites, and information Dialogic requests from you that you have the option whether or not to provide to Dialogic. Dialogic uses personal data to improve and facilitate your use of Dialogic's web sites and for internal business purposes, such as: responding to your inquiries or requests, customizing Dialogic's web sites for you, improving our product selection and communicating with you about Dialogic® products and services or your transactions. In addition, Dialogic may now or in the future employ software that determines aggregate usage data on Dialogic's web sites. Such data does not include any personal data and is used only to improve Dialogic's web sites.
Dialogic also allows product registrations to occur via Dialogic's web sites. In furtherance thereof, we may require that you provide your product(s) serial number(s), build code(s) and/or version number(s). This information is not gathered by Dialogic without your knowledge, active permission and participation.
Dialogic also may use your IP address for purposes such as to analyze traffic patterns on and to administer Dialogic's web sites and to help diagnose potential problems with our servers. Dialogic's web sites also may use so-called "cookies", such as in order to recognize you during your visit(s) to Dialogic's web sites and so that you will not have to enter your contact information repeatedly.
4. Sharing Your Data With Third Parties
Dialogic may contract with third parties to obtain email addresses of persons who Dialogic believes are likely to be interested in Dialogic® products or services. Dialogic may also use third party sources of information to qualify clients, potential clients, resellers and distributors. Should this occur, the handling of this information shall be subject to the same level of privacy protection as provided by Dialogic.
Personal data that Dialogic maintains may be transferred to facilities of Dialogic and authorized third parties, which may be located in the United States or other countries.
Under certain limited circumstances, Dialogic may share personal data with certain third parties, as set forth below:
- Agents and Service Providers: Dialogic, like many other companies, may, from time to time, hire other companies to perform certain functions, for example, mailing brochures or newsletters. When Dialogic employs another company to perform functions of such nature, Dialogic only provides such companies with the information they need to complete the task and require them not to use that information for other purposes.
- Business Transfers: As Dialogic develops its business, it might sell or buy businesses or assets. In transactions such as these, personal data may be among the transferred business assets. Moreover, in the event that Dialogic is sold to, acquired by or merged with another company, personal data may be among the transferred assets.
5. Choice to review, update, remove Personal Data and Enforcement
Dialogic strives to keep your Personal Data accurately recorded to ensure that information is reliable for its intended use, complete, and current. We encourage you to review, update, correct, or remove your Personal Data by contacting Dialogic via email@example.com . Note that if you request removal of your personal data, some residual personal data may continue to reside in Dialogic records and archives, but Dialogic will not use that data for commercial purposes.. If you do not wish to provide personal information about yourself, you do not need to do so in order to use at least some portions of Dialogic's web site.
If you have a concern about privacy with respect to Dialogic's practices, or if you have received an unwanted, unsolicited email sent or purporting to be sent by or on behalf of Dialogic, please notify Dialogic at once and we will investigate and attempt to resolve any disputes.
Dialogic will maintain Personal Data in a secure environment through a secure connection/encryption to ensure confidentiality. Dialogic takes reasonable steps to protect personal data from loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. However, no Internet or email transmission is ever fully secure or error free. In particular, email sent to or from Dialogic's web sites may not be secure, and you should therefore take special care in deciding what personal data you send to us by email. Please keep this in mind when disclosing any personal data to Dialogic via the Internet.
8. Chat Rooms
Dialogic's web sites may include and/or make available to at least some of its users chat rooms, forums, message boards, and/or news groups for purposes such as discussion. Please understand that any data that is disclosed in these areas becomes public, non-confidential and non-proprietary data and you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose your personal data on the Internet. Dialogic and its subsidiaries are free to use such data for any purpose whatsoever, and you agree to grant to Dialogic, its subsidiaries, any of its affiliates, their respective officers, director, employees and agents a perpetual, royalty-free and irrevocable right and license to use, reproduce, modify, display, distribute, transmit, sublicense, create derivative works from, transfer and sell any such data.
9. Children’s Privacy
11. Contact us
Revised: August 2011