James Davis

Privacy Policy

The privacy of our visitors is important to us.

We understand that the confidentiality of your personal information is important. It provides information about what kind of personal information we receive and collect, when you use and visit this site, and how we protect your information. We never share your personal information with third parties.

Draw files . As with most other sites, we collect and use the data contained in the log file. The information in the log files contains your Internet Protocol (IP) address, your internet service provider (an internet provider such as AOL or Shaw cable), the browser you visited our site (for example, Internet Explorer or Firefox), time when you have visit our website and which pages you visited on our site.

Personal Identification Information . We can collect personally identifiable information from users in different ways, including, but not limited to, when users visit our website, register on the site, place an order, fill in a form, respond to a survey and in connection with others activities, services, features or resources we place on our site. Users can be requested, if necessary, by the name, email address. However, users can visit our site anonymously. We will only collect personal identification information from users if they voluntarily provide us with such information. Users may always refuse to provide personal identification information, except that it may prevent them from participating in activities related to the site.

Non-personal identification information . We can collect non-personally identifiable information about users when they communicate with our site. Non-personal identification information may include the browser's name, type of computer and technical information about users, communication methods with our website, such as operating system and internet service providers, as well as other similar information.

Cookies . Our website can use cookies to enhance user experience. The user's web browser places cookies on the hard drive for accounting purposes and sometimes for tracking information about them. The user can set his or her web browser to refuse cookies or to warn you about sending cookies. If they do, please note that some parts of the site may not work properly.