If you’re actually reading this then you probably already know the ways websites collect information from visitors. Good for you. You’re one of like six people.
Sometimes things change. We’ll let you know if they do.
We’re not the NSA. We really only want to know how many people visit our website and what kinds of things they look at while they’re here.
The following are the types of information the Company may collect:
1. Information You Provide To The Company
You may provide the Company with personal information by sending an email to one of the Company contacts listed on the “Contact Us” section of the Website, by applying for positions with or otherwise sending a résumé to the Company, or by signing up to participate in an event the Company is hosting or sponsoring.
2. Website Usage Information
The Company may receive and store certain types of internet usage information whenever you visit the Website, such as your click-stream data and your IP address. See "IP Addresses and Click Stream Data" section below.
3. Email Communications from the Company
When you open emails from the Company, the Company may receive a confirmation notifying the Company that you opened the email, if your computer supports such capabilities. The Company also may keep track of what emails the Company sends you and what emails you may be receiving from the Company’s subsidiaries and affiliates.
If you visit our site we’re going to collect some information from you, but in the least creepy ways possible.
The Company may collect information from you in several different areas on the Website, including but not limited to those described below:
1. Google Analytics
The Website uses Google Analytics for information gathering purposes. Google Analytics collects information anonymously, and reports Website trends without identifying individual visitors.
3. Web Beacons and Other Tracking Technology
The Website may use a variety of technical methods for tracking purposes, including Web beacons. Web beacons are small pieces of data that are embedded in images on the pages of web sites. We also use these technical methods to analyze the traffic patterns on the Website, such as the frequency with which the Company users visit various parts of the Website. These technical methods may involve the transmission of information either directly to the Company or to another party authorized by the Company to collect information on the Company behalf.
4. IP Addresses and Click-Stream Data
The Company may collect IP addresses and/or click-stream data. An IP address is a number associated with the service through which you access the Internet, like your ISP (Internet service provider), your company, or your university. Standing alone, your IP address is not personally identifiable. At times, the Company also uses IP addresses for purposes of system administration and to report aggregate information, for example regarding the frequency with which the Company guests visit various parts of the Website. The Company may combine this information with personally identifiable information the Company obtain from you directly on the Website.
Click-stream data is information collected by the Company computers when you request pages from the Website. Click-stream data may include such information as the page served, the time, the source of the request, the type of browser making the request, the preceding page view and other such non-personal information. When analyzed, this data helps the Company analyze how visitors arrive at the Website, what type of content is most popular, what type of visitors in the aggregate are interested in particular kinds of content and advertising, and the like.
We use your information to make our company better. We’re not the reason you keep getting those Flowers.com emails.
The Company owns the information collected on or through the Website. As applicable, the information you provide to, or that is captured by, the Company may be used for Company’s internal purposes (e.g. reviewing usage statistics, responding to your inquiries, contacting you about the Company, etc.).
Once you click a link your privacy is no longer under our control. If things get weird it’s not our fault.
Don’t worry. Your kids are safe with us.
The Website is a general audience website. The Company does not knowingly collect any personal information on the Website from children under the age of thirteen.
Still have questions? Send us an email. Or real mail. People still do that, right?
Firstborn Multimedia Corporation
32 Avenue of the Americas, 17th floor
New York, NY 10013