NAII maintains high standards for the protection of privacy over the Internet. The following policy statement explains how NAII protects the privacy of information transmitted over the Internet from its web-site visitors.
NAII's websites may employ "cookies". Cookies are small segments of text that are transmitted to a visitor's web browser and which store information on the visitor's hard drive. This information is later transmitted back to the server that originally sent it to the visitor upon a later visit to that site. Cookies allow servers to recall previous transactions to avoid repetition in data gathering. A visitor can configure its equipment hardware, usually with its browser to make notification when they receive a cookie. The visitor can refuse it.
NAII will not sell or reveal information obtained about its visitors to anyone outside of NAII unless authorized by the visitor, it is legally required, or such disclosure is required to protect the safety of employees, visitors, customers, or property. NAII does not send "junk" e-mail, also known as "spam". In certain instances, when NAII wishes to contact customers via e-mail, respond to messages, confirm purchases, or transmit information requested by a visitor, NAII will use e-mail. Any time a customer or visitor receives e-mail it does not want from NAII, the customer can request that NAII not send further e-mail.
NAII has security measures in place for protecting data conveyed during a visitor's purchase with NAII. NAII's employees, partners and subcontractors are required to protect the privacy of such data. NAII wants its visitors and customers to feel that their privacy will be protected when the visitor accesses their account or purchases services from NAII on-line. NAII denies any responsibility for the privacy protections or content offered by other sites to which NAII's websites may contain links.
Because NAII desires accuracy in the information it obtains and uses about its visitors and customers, NAII will attempt to verify its data and will ask its customers to notify it of any inaccuracies or mistakes of which they may become aware through their on-line account data and monthly bills.