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Privacy Policy

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Privacy Policy

 

Date of Last Revision: September 4, 2017

Your privacy is important to Relativity. Relativity’s Privacy Policy describes how Relativity collects, uses and discloses information.

You are not required to provide personal information to us. In some instances, if you choose not to provide personal information we will not be able to make certain content available to you. This content includes but is not limited to company and product updates, company and product information, and requests for services.

If you provide information to us, you will ensure that such information is accurate and complete.

We collect the personal information provided to us and may use it for communicating with you, statistical analysis, and research and development.

We do not generally disclose personal information to third parties for use for their own purposes.  In some instances we may do so, including to affiliates or providers who complete transactions or perform services on our behalf, or if we’re required to by law.

Any personal information you provide to us may be stored on our providers’ secure servers.  This may involve transferring your information to countries which have less legal protection for personal information than the countries in which you or we are based.

We may also collect technical data and related information when you access or log on to the website.  This may include information about your computer/tablet/mobile phone and the way users arrive at, browse or interact with the website. We may collect this information through the use of cookies or other means.  If you want to disable cookies, you can do so by changing your browser settings, although this may alter the functionality of the website.  We use the technical information collected to have a better understanding of how people use the website and how we might improve it.