artforum.com, and bookforum.com collect information from users through voluntary submissions, traffic data, and cookie technology. We ask you for contact information for access to certain parts of our sites, including on-line symposia and the bulletin boards, and to subscribe to our free e-mail newsletter. Each time a user visits our sites, we count, track, and aggregate the user's activity into our analysis of general traffic flows. Our Web server recognizes no information regarding the individual identity or e-mail addresses of our users. We maintain a user profile in our databases based on the passwords of a user and the preferences the user has chosen in relation to their use of our site.
The information you provide helps us to make our sites better and more responsive to our users. We do not target advertising or sponsorships at the current time, though we may occasionally wish to send you a promotional offer via e-mail if you so choose. artforum.com, and bookforum.com also track the number of visitors to our sites in aggregate form to allow us to update and improve them, and to tell others something about the people who come to artforum.com, and bookforum.com. We do not share any detailed individual member information with other companies. At our discretion, we may make the information about artforum.com, and bookforum.com's users available in aggregate form, with no personal identifiers, to help describe and identify our users to business partners, co-branded sites, the industry, the public, as well as our advertisers.
We do not sell, share, rent, or intentionally make publicly available users' personal information, including e-mail addresses, except as provided herein. This information is used by artforum.com, and bookforum.com only for internal purposes. The information will be secured to prevent unauthorized use. We have the following exceptions to these policies: We will release specific information about you or your account to comply with any valid legal process, such as a search warrant, subpoena, statute, or court order. We will also release specific information in special cases, such as if there is an attempted breach of the security of the sites, or a physical threat to you or others.
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