Scarborough Research™ is a
media research firm that provides information services used by the media, their
advertisers and advertising agencies to develop local marketing strategies.
Consistent with our corporate values of honesty, integrity and trust, Scarborough
Research is committed to protecting the privacy of personal information. In
order to understand the manner in which Scarborough Research™ protects
information provided to us via the Web site, please read the following Privacy
Statement for the Web site.
Visitors may access Scarborough Research's Web site and browse to review the
services Scarborough Research™ offers without providing personal information.
Scarborough Research™ collects personally identifiable information, or personal
information, such as name, organization, address, business e-mail address, and
telephone and fax numbers, when our clients provide this information at the
time of registration for one of our conferences, at the time an individual
makes a request from Stat Shop, or directly from the clients’ account
representative. This information is shared internally at
Scarborough Research™ to the extent necessary to ensure data security and to
complete a client order.
In some instances, we may use
other companies to perform certain services on our behalf. These companies may
need access to personal information to complete the services. These companies
will not have authorization to use personally identifiable information for
purposes other than to perform the services on our behalf. The data we collect
are considered our proprietary business assets and may be transferred if
Scarborough Research™ or substantially all of its assets are acquired by another
company. We may also be required by law to release personally identifiable
information under certain circumstances.
RESEARCH'S OFFLINE RESEARCH
Scarborough Research™ collects personally identifiable data through its offline
research process. Scarborough Research™ and any third party we work with
in our research, will not release or use our respondents’ and their households’
personally identifiable information to sell or market them anything
Scarborough Research™ does not knowingly solicit information from children on
its Web site or knowingly market its services to children. Scarborough Research
abides by the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
INFORMATION COLLECTED AUTOMATICALLY
As mentioned above, for general browsing and looking at our Web site's
offerings, no personal information is captured. Scarborough Research™ does
obtain certain information each time a visitor logs onto the Web site. Examples
of this type of information include the type of Internet Browser being used,
and the domain name of the Web site from which the visitor linked to our site.
When a visitor views Scarborough’s website, including the
weknowthelocals.com website, Scarborough Research™ may store some information on
the viewer's computer's hard drive this information will be in the form of a
"cookie" or similar file and can help us in many ways. For example,
cookies allow Scarborough Research™ to track data, maintain visitor’s login
information during and after the session (if visitor selects “remember my
password”), allow visitors to navigate the website without having to
authenticate again, determine which page requires login, as well as to allow
visitors to read the database and present information back to the visitor. With most Internet browsers, you may
erase cookies from your computer hard drive, block all cookies or receive a
warning before a cookie is stored. Should you choose to block or delete
cookies, you will have difficulty accessing parts of Scarborough's website.
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the
appropriate use of information, Scarborough Research™ implements procedures to
safeguard and secure the information that is collected online. Although
Scarborough Research™ will use reasonable efforts to safeguard the confidentiality
of the information provided, transmissions made by means of the Internet cannot
be made absolutely secure. Scarborough Research™ is not liable for disclosure of
the information supplied due to errors in transmission or unauthorized acts of
This Policy, the laws of the State of New York, and the United States shall
govern any issues related to this Privacy Statement that may arise.
Scarborough Research™ collects email addresses through its website for various
information and may use the e-mail addresses provided at registration for one
of the Conferences, when there is a request from Stat Shop or when provided
directly to the clients’ account representative, to send e-mails concerning
updates or announcements about our services to our subscribers. Subscribers may
indicate at the time of registration that they do not wish to receive e-mail
information from Scarborough Research™.
CONTACT INFORMATION/ REVIEW OF CLIENT INFORMATION
Scarborough Research™ reserves the right to contact our clients regarding
other polices or agreements relevant to our clients.
If you would like to review
and/or update the client information that you provided at the time of registration
for a conference, or at the time you made a request from Stat Shop, or if there
e-mail at email@example.com.
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REVISIONS OF THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT
Scarborough Research™ may revise this Privacy Statement from time to time, and
visitors are invited to check back periodically.
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Last revised April