Innovative Devices Inc. gathers information about users of this website and its products that users provide voluntarily when they register on this site or communicate with us and by monitoring activities on this site. We use common tools, including cookies other site access information, to monitor usage of this site. This information enables us to better tailor our content to our users’ needs and helps us understand how to better serve our customers.

User Registration

Although many features of this web site are available to anonymous users, some areas require registration prior to accessing content. By registering, users can take advantage of various personalized features such as the ability to access unique functions and content based on their identity. During registration, users supply information required to enable transactions. This information includes, but is not necessarily limited to, a unique username, password, physical address, e-mail address, and country.

Usage Tracking

We track user traffic patterns throughout this site. We aggregate this information and use it to improve this site and our business operations generally. We also compile and segment usage statistics according to a user’s browser type, MIME type, and IP address. Some of this information is provided by the web browser used to access our site. Much of it is necessary simply to have an operational website. For example, we can’t send you the web pages you want if we don’t know your IP address. We also can’t design our site to appear consistently on different computers unless we know what web browsers you use. We obtain some of this information by reading it from the browser string automatically sent by your web browser when you visit our site.

Cookies and Local Storage

A cookie is a small data file that some web sites store on a users’ hard drive when the user visits the site. A cookie file can contain information, such as a user ID or other identifier, that the site can use to track pages visited by the user. Personally identifiable information in a cookie is typically supplied by a user when registering with the site. A cookie is simply a data file and cannot itself read data off a hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites. Although each cookie is intended to be accessed only by the site that created it, various security vulnerabilities and malicious programs may be able to obtain information from cookies set by our site. For this reason, in addition to the fact that there may be viruses, worms, spyware and other malicious programs that affect the computers and other devices used to access our site, we cannot guarantee that any information in a cookie set by our site is, or will remain, completely confidential or won’t be accessed by third parties. We use cookies to track user traffic patterns (as described above). When a user enters the site or registers, we set a cookie to store a user ID. Cookies set for registered users enable them to enter various parts of our site without having to log on each time and to visit other restricted areas of the site with similar security settings. Some plugins for web browsers, including many plugins that enable audiovisual content, also store information on users’ computers. Sometimes websites use the same technique for various types of content. This is typically done to improve the user’s experience on the website.

Use of Collected Information

We use the information we gather, including the information given to us voluntarily, to improve the site, enhance user experience on our site, provide interactive or personalized elements, help prepare future content based on the interests of our users, and to generally improve our business and how we deal with our customers. We do not share user lists with outside parties, including advertisers. In certain circumstances we may disclose this information to Federal or State government agencies or third parties to meet legal requirements in special circumstances. We use tracking information to determine which areas of our site are most (and least) popular, how well each page performs overall, and better serve our customers. This helps us continue to build a better site and better products for our users.

Opt-Out Policy

Each visitor to our site may choose to limit the gathering of information about them by not registering (or not logging in if registered) or simply by choosing not to participate in certain interactive areas of this site. Each user can also choose to disable functions provided by the software they use to access the site, such as by disallowing cookies or limiting or disallowing use of local storage by networked software programs. Each user should check their own software to determine the proper methods for doing so. However, we cannot guarantee that any portion of the site will function correctly or as we intended if cookies are disallowed or local storage is limited. Parts of the site requiring cookies, including parts intended to be accessed only by registered users logged into the site, will not work properly if cookies are disabled.

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