Collecting your Personal Information Account information
When you sign up for FHI, we will collect, upon registration, limited personal information. This information includes your first and last name, a user name, a password, and your company name and address, all of which will be used to create and maintain your account.
Use of your Personal Information
FHI is committed to protecting your privacy. All personal information, including account information and content of your account, is stored and maintained on our secure servers. We take very seriously our commitment that your account and personal information will not be misused. Only a limited number of FHI employees will be permitted to access data or to provide and monitor the services we provide.
Additionally, FHI uses a variety of security technologies and procedures to prevent third party access to or modification of personal information on our servers. FHI will not sell or allow access by any third party to your personal information without your express permission. This privacy assurance includes your account address or e-mail content.
FHI may only access or disclose your personal information to third parties if such action is required by law, or is necessary to comply with applicable regulations, legal process or governmental request, or to protect and defend the rights, property, and safety of FHI or the users of our services, or to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues, including spam prevention.
FHI may also use “cookie” technology to gather information about a user’s web usage pattern and to personalize services. To save you time, a cookie allows FHI to automatically display the site according to your personal preferences while maintaining the security of your account. FHI may share cookie information between its servers, and use the cookies to collect aggregated information about your use of our services, in order to provide a better user experience and improve service.
This information is required by FHI in order to provide you with FHI’s service (for example, your identity must be validated when you log on), and is used by FHI for various internal business purposes such as evaluating our service and improving its security, quality, and performance. As stated above, FHI does not, under any circumstances, share the information from cookies with an outside third party.
Transfer of Information