Privacy Policy

Updated 17 December 2020 

We recognize the importance of protecting the personal information you provide at Web sites owned or controlled by Greenoe Enterprises, LLC. For this website, henceforth referred to as GE, we maintain the following privacy policy:

  1. GE gathers the following types of information needed to process your subscriptions, fulfill your requests, and maintain our records:

    • Contact information you provide (for example: personal and/or business email addresses; phone or fax numbers; affiliations; and titles)​.

    • Tracking information which our Web server automatically recognizes each time you visit one of our sites or communicate with us by email (for example: your domain name, your email address, and which pages of GE you visit).

  2. GE uses this information to:

    • Improve and customize the content and layout of our sites and other communications tools.​

    • Notify you of updates to our sites.

    • Notify you of relevant products and services. 

    • Notify you of upcoming events and programs.

    • Track usage of our sites.

  3. Email contact information. GE does not share, sell, or trade email addresses. GE may use your email address to directly send you information and may provide you with online informational or marketing messages that have been approved by GE together with other communications to which you have subscribed.

  4. Other forms of contact information. Forms of contact information other than email address (such as street address or phone number) may be listed in private subscriber directories. GE will not share, sell, or otherwise provide this contact information about you.

  5. GE follows all generally accepted standards to protect the information it collects and makes available via its Web sites.

  6. GE utilizes a strict Opt-Out policy for sending online notifications regarding services, products, and programs. You may adjust your Communication Preferences by selecting "Unsubscribe" that the bottom of any email message sent from GE>

  7. Do-Not-Track Disclosure. Some browsers have a "Do Not Track" feature that allows you to communicate to website that you do not want to have your online activities tracked. Our system does not respond to Do Not Track requests or headers from some or all browsers at this time.