Published April 2015
We collect two kinds of information about our online visitors: personal and non-personal. Visitors are not required to register to access the public pages of our sites. Non-personal information is collected to track statistical information regarding the number and type of guests visiting our sites.
Personal information that can identify a visitor, such as name, address, or contact information, is collected only when voluntarily offered.
Juror 11 may place an electronic "cookie" in the browser files of a guest's computer. Cookies are pieces of information that a website transfers to an individual’s computer hard drive for record-keeping purposes. Cookies themselves do not enable us to access any personal information about our visitors; however, they do allow Juror 11 to analyze guests' use of our sites and to improve the user experience.
Juror 11 may use Google Analytics to help us gather details about the use of our websites. Google Analytics is a Web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how visitors engage with their sites. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends without identifying individual visitors. For more information, please visit http://www.google.com/policies/privacy.
The privacy of communication over the Internet cannot be guaranteed, because the Internet is not a secure medium. Juror 11 does not assume responsibility for any harm, loss, or damage you may incur by the sending of personal or confidential information over the Internet by or to NPM.
Juror 11 may collect credit card information in the course of business on our sites. We strive to protect the confidentiality and security of this information in our possession, custody, or control by (i) limiting access to card numbers, and (ii) maintaining reasonable safeguards to protect against the loss, misuse, or unlawful disclosure of card numbers. No credit card information is stored or logged on any system housed at NPM—this information is passed straight to our payment processor and always communicated over encrypted communication channels.