2. Collection of Your Personal Information. “Personally Identifiable Information” is information that can be used to identify you as a unique individual, such as your name; home, email or other address; telephone number; and similar personal information. The Henlopen Site may collect Personally Identifiable Information about you in various ways, including registration and submission by users, automated collection of IP addresses, and session IDs.
- Registration and Other Submission of Personally Identifiable Information. You may visit portions of our site anonymously; however, some sections of the website are accessible only to registered owners of units at the Henlopen Condominium (the “Restricted Pages”). The Henlopen registered each of the Henlopen owners for access to the Restricted Pages by providing limited Personally Identifiable Information to permit the Site to verify your identity as an owner who is entitled to use the Restricted Pages of the Site. If you are registered to use the Site, your personal identity is known to us whenever you sign in to use the Site. The Henlopen also provided your Personally Identifiable Information, as previously used in a prior online owner directory, for inclusion in the online owner directory included in the Restricted Pages. Finally, if you send a message through the “Contact Us,” or “Contact the Office” features, the Site will receive your email address and any other Personally Identifiable Information you may include in that message.
- Automated Collection of IP Addresses. The Henlopen Site web servers also automatically collect information about your computer hardware and software and retain it in the web server logs. This information may include your IP address, which is a number assigned to your computer when you access the Internet; domain name; browser type; date and time of the visit; and similar information. Because many different individuals can access the Internet via the same computer, your IP address is not considered true Personally Identifiable Information.
- Session IDs. The Site also collects information about visitors to our Site using session IDs. A session ID is a unique number that a website's server assigns to a specific user for the duration of that user's visit (session). The primary purpose of a session ID is to authenticate you and save you time as you use the Site.
4. Data Retention. The Henlopen Site will retain your information for as long as your registration is active or as needed to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements.
5. Protection of Your Privacy. What security procedures are in place to protect the loss, misuse or alteration of the information? The Site uses a variety of reasonable information security measures, including industry-standard software, hardware and other measures, to protect the confidentiality, security and quality of information we collect, and to protect it from unauthorized access or disclosure or accidental loss, alteration or destruction. The Site uses encryption technology, such as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), to protect your Personally Identifiable Information during data transport.
Access to the Restricted Pages and to databases containing Personally Identifiable Information, is password protected. It is your responsibility to protect your password. You should not share it with anyone. You should log off your computer or close your browser window to ensure that others cannot access your password.
Because of the nature of the Internet and computer security, the Henlopen cannot warrant or guarantee that the security of the Site will never be breached or ensure or warrant the security of your Personally Identifiable Information. We have taken reasonable steps to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of Personally Identifiable Information used to register your access to the Restricted Pages or that you may otherwise provide. You should understand, however, that electronic transmissions via the Internet are not necessarily secure from interception, and we cannot absolutely guarantee the security or confidentiality of such transmissions.