OE Classic Authors (in following referred as "THE AUTHORS") recognize the importance of protecting the privacy of all information provided by users of this web site, registrants for the product(s), recipients of e-mail notifications or newsletters and all of the customers. This privacy statement discloses the privacy practices for all products and services owned by THE AUTHORS.
Collecting of user information
When registering for most of THE AUTHORS services the user is required to give away certain level of personal information, depending on the service.
This information is never given away to any third party. It is used for internal purposes, to improve the communication with users, to provide requested services, and - for the web site visitors, to provide a more personalized or more usable experience of the web site.
This web site may contain links to other sites. THE AUTHORS are not responsible for the privacy practices or content on such other sites. THE AUTHORS encourage users to read the privacy statements of each web site to which this site may be linked to.
Correction/updating/removal of personal information
If a user's personally identifiable information changes or if a user no longer desires some product(s) or service(s), THE AUTHORS provide a way to correct, update or remove that user's personal data. The user should contact customer support for the applicable product or service and request a change. Basic changes such as password or email address can be updated by the user himself / herself using self-service secure web page options.
Notification and changes
Privacy protection and liability
Web technologies are actively used to protect user's privacy (e.g. hiding e-mail address from collector-robots, encryption of sensitive content etc.).
However, these technologies are not perfect and while THE AUTHORS are making the best possible use of it they know of, they will not be held liable for any privacy intrusion caused by use or misuse of this web site, due to the nature and dependence on web technologies and/or client-server architecture limits.