Our Privacy Principles
At WEBii.net, we value our customers’ privacy rights just as we value our own. Because we, too, take advantage of all the Internet has to offer, we are aware that not all Internet vendors follow the same guidelines. We urge you to read the privacy guidelines of each site you visit, as you may find a wide fluctuation amongst participants in the Internet marketplace. We have adopted these principles with our customers’ best interests in mind.
Principle No. 1: We don’t profit from violating your privacy:
WEBii does not sell, trade, rent, provide nor intentionally disclose your personal information except where required to by law. This means that we will not give your payment information or any financial data about you to any third party vendor.
While we ourselves may monitor our clients’ data to scrutinize our site’s usage and content and to continually enhance our customer services, our monitoring activities are for the benefit of WEBii and its clients, not for outsiders.
Principle No. 2: We exercise reasonable good faith efforts to protect our clients:
Because our clients come to us for Web-based services, we know that our customers are usually aware of some common concepts of the Internet marketplace. We expect that most of our clients have an understanding of the current status of Internet security.
While we fully intend to comply with industry standards and will treat our clients with respect, we cannot and do not promise that your personally identifiable information or private communications will never be disclosed to others, even if those persons have no lawful right to that information. While privacy and security are matters that we value, there is currently no technology available to any Internet site that can absolutely promise that it will never be invaded. When and if that technology becomes available, we will exercise reasonable efforts to comply with that technology.
Principle No. 3: We will not voluntarily disclose your personal information unless required to do so:
Because of the current status of regulations governing the Internet, no I-merchant can guarantee that your personally identifiable information will never be disclosed. Generally, we will provide this information if required to do so in order to conform to regulatory requirements or at the direction of an authorized court of law.
For example, we may be required to produce customer data to a governmental body or to third parties in situations governed by relevant law. We might also be forced to provide the appropriate investigators with documents legally requested of us. If so, we will comply with the applicable statutes. Naturally, we would also disclose this information if we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect the rights, property or safety of WEBii, its site or its users.
Principle No. 4: We will notify you with any changes:
As technology changes, our principles may be modified as well. If we make any changes to these or any other of our policies, we will place those changes on our website. If at any time you have any questions, please contact our Webmaster.