Privacy Statement

Last Updated April 24, 2009

Our Privacy Policy

Data Doctors is committed to protecting your right to privacy. In keeping with that commitment, we are providing you with details about the information we collect while doing business.

When You Visit Our Web Site

When you connect to our Web site, Data Doctors' Web servers use non-persistent cookies to collect your IP address. Non-persistent cookies do not reveal your identity, they simply enable us to maintain custom settings and keep information about the location nearest you and it's contact info available while you browse. The non-persistent cookie is temporarily stored to memory and is automatically discarded when you end your browser session.

When You Visit Our Stores

When you visit one of our locations we may collect personal as well as computer and peripheral usage information in order to be able to recommend appropriate services and products to you. This information is stored in a secure password protected environment and is made available to people within the organization only where and when necessary in order for them to properly carry out their job. When you choose to do business with us in our location, we may create backups of your critical data utilizing industry standard practices in order to protect that data during the course of service. While we carry no liability for lost data, we believe this puts you in the best possible position to ensure that your data is available should something occur during the course of service that would render your data damaged or missing. These backups are removed from our systems shortly after service has been completed, generally within two weeks. If you wish to decline our regular backups, simply let a store representative know.

When We Come to your Home or Business

The same policies apply when we come to your home or business as when you visit our stores.

When You Provide Us With Your Email Address

Your email address may be added to our distribution list. This list is not provided to any third party companies and we will go to great lengths to protect its privacy. To remove your name from our mailing list, please use the link to 'Unsubscribe' or 'Update Profile' at the bottom of every promotional e-mail we send.

When You Choose to Receive Email From Us

From time to time you may receive e-mailed information about our products, promotions, and services. We are committed to protecting your privacy. We are the sole owner of all information collected at this site, and you have our pledge that we will not sell, share nor rent this information to others in any way without your explicit permission. To remove your name from our e-mail list, use the link to 'Unsubscribe' or 'Update Profile' at the bottom of every promotional e-mail we send.

When You Request a Login Name

Some sections of our website may require a valid username and/or password to gain access. Before you choose a login name, we may require you provide us with your name, mailing address, and e-mail address. We use this information to authenticate your identity whenever you request access to these special online services. All requested information is kept private on a secure server.

When You Leave Our Site

Data Doctors has no control over the privacy practices of sites outside our domain. If you follow a link to another Web site, read the site's privacy policy and contact their administrator with your privacy-related questions.

A Special Word to Parents of Children Under the Age of 13

Data Doctors strongly encourages parents of young Web users to play an active role in their children's online activity. Children under the age of 13 should not submit orders, application forms, service requests or other documents to Data Doctors without the prior consent of their parent or legal guardian.

Additional Information

From time to time, we may be required to share personal information in response to a valid court order, subpoena, government investigation, or as otherwise required by law. We also reserve the right to report to law enforcement agencies any activities that we, in good faith, believe to be unlawful. We may share certain personal information when we believe that such release is reasonably necessary to protect the rights, property, and safety of ourselves and others. We may also transfer personal information in the event of a corporate sale, merger, acquisition, dissolution or similar event.