Although we have endeavored to create a secure and reliable web site for you, the confidentiality of any communication or material transmitted to or from JSP via this Site or e-mail cannot be guaranteed. When disclosing any personal information, you should remain mindful of the fact that it is potentially accessible by unauthorized persons and, consequently, may be collected by unauthorized persons and used without your consent. JSP disclaims all liability for the security of information transmitted through the Internet.
Collection and Use of Personal Information
If you elect to contact us by e-mail or otherwise through this Site, any information, including, without limitation, your name, address, e-mail address and interests may be stored and used for marketing research and other marketing purposes by us and our subsidiaries and affiliates. JSP will not sell or otherwise make available to anyone else any personally identifying information it obtains from you via this Site or e-mail unless required by law. In addition, any ideas, concepts, techniques, procedures, methods, systems, designs, plans, charts or other materials any user transmits to us through e-mail or this Site will become our property and may be used by us at any time and for any purpose, without any restrictions, unless otherwise agreed by JSP.
Collection and Use of Other Information
JSP may collect, store and use for its marketing research and other marketing purposes information regarding the use of this Site by anyone. JSP may use this information to measure site activity and to develop ideas for improving its Site.
How to Contact Us
This policy is effective November 1, 2006.
JSP Terms and Conditions of Web Site Use
Please read all of the these terms and conditions ("Terms") carefully before using this web site.
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What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, tablet or mobile phone when you access our websites. They are not harmful to your devices. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.
There are two broad categories of cookies:
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