privacy

Privacy policy

This statement explains our privacy and data-protection practices.

It is important for Berkeley Nucleonics to safeguard its users' privacy while providing a personalized and valuable service. Collecting personal information is necessary if Berkeley Nucleonics is to satisfy the expectations and requirements of its registered users. It allows the Berkeley Nucleonics website to support our customers and colleagues with application-specific or product-specific support materials, quick access to our technical support, repairs and service, and sales departments.

The personal information you supply when registering at the Berkeley Nucleonics website will not be sold to any party outside the firm. The e-mail address you provide serves as your login and guarentees that you will have access to the most recent content relevent to your requirements. Your e-mail address is strictly protected at Berkeley Nucleonics, and any requests not to receive information via e-mail, fax or direct mail are processed timely.

If you have additional questions, or would like to be removed from the Berkeley Nucleonics website and service applications, please email info [at] berkeleynucleonics.com using your own email address.

Policy on "cookies" at Berkeley Nucleonics:

In addition to the personally identifiable information that you provide at the Berkeley Nucleonics website, anonymous information is collected using cookies. While cookies provide an important function in improving the usefulness of the internet, there is some confusion among internet users as to the appropriateness and usefulness about cookies. A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that is transferred from a web site to the hard drive of your computer. This allows the web site to identify you and create a history of the pages you visit on the web site. This unique number identifies your browser, but not you, to the Berkeley Nucleonics website. All major institutions across all industries have implemented this simple technique on websites to better understand the traffic flow and usefulness of various sections of a website. However, a cookie does not provide any personally identifiable information such as your name and address.

Berkeley Nucleonics is not interested in the navigation of any one individual and does not collect personally identifiable information using cookies. Instead, Berkeley Nucleonics works to improve the usability of the website by reviewing statistical traffic analysis. These comprehensive reports indicate popular and useful materials vs insignificant webpages. Since cookies are only text files, they cannot run on your computer, search your computer for other information or transmit any information to anyone.

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