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Info.Resource, Inc. is committed to ensuring the privacy of users of our web sites. In
addition to fully supporting the Principles of Online Solicitation adopted by the
Interactive Services Association (ISA) and the Direct Marketing Association, Info.Resource
also pledges that:
- Info.Resource will not provide an individual's e-mail address, usage paths, or
demographic data to any third parties.
- Info.Resource will honor a request by a user to erase all information related to his or
her information maintained in the company's contact database.
Info.Resource stores no information about its visitors, with the exception of feedback
forms (e.g., name, physical address, e-mail address), as well as
information regarding the manner in which you use the site. This information will
only be used to improve the site and the content quality, and will not display or make
available personally identifiable information which is not publicly available (e.g.
industry directory information).
Info.Resource is dedicated to improving Internet navigation for everyone, and firmly
believes that personal privacy is a commodity worth protecting. We are acutely aware that
evolving technologies present new challenges for user privacy. We work to comply with the
guidelines set by numerous privacy organizations to ensure that we stay on the cutting
edge of privacy protection.
Additional sites that we recommend you visit to keep abreast of the issues surrounding
your privacy and the Internet include:
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR) is a public-interest alliance
of computer scientists and others interested in the impact of computer technology on
society. CPSR offers a variety of detailed information about public policy in a computer
Consumer Project on Technology
The Consumer Project on Technology (CPT), established by Ralph Nader in 1995, covers
legislative issues related to telecommunications, intellectual property, privacy, and
Electronic Frontier Foundation
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a non-profit civil liberties organization working
in the public interest to protect privacy, free expression, and access to public resources
and information online, as well as to promote responsibility in new media.
EPIC is a Washington, D.C. based public interest research center established in 1994 to
focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the
First Amendment, and constitutional values.
Privacy International (PI) is a London-based human rights group, established in 1990,
as a watchdog on surveillance by governments and corporations. PI has conducted campaigns
in Europe, Asia and North America to counter abuses of privacy by way of information
technology such as telephone tapping, ID card systems, video surveillance, data matching,
police information systems, and medical records.
Philip Ness, President & CEO