Privacy Policy Statement

For each visitor to our Web page, our Web server automatically recognizes the consumer's domain name, the e-mail addresses of those who post messages to our bulletin board, the e-mail addresses of those who communicate with us via e-mail, aggregate information on what pages consumers access or visit, information volunteered by the consumer, such as survey information, e-mail addresses and/or site registrations. We automatically collect only the domain name. 

The information we collect is used for marketing purposes, internal review, used to improve the content of our Web page, but is not shared with other organizations for commercial purposes.

DBSAI does not obtain information that will personally identify Web site visitors, unless visitors choose to provide such information by using the site’s interactive features. Information about visitors' use of this Web site is collected automatically without any personal or identifying information. This includes: domain name from which a user accesses the Internet, the date and time and duration user was connected to the site, the Internet address of the Web site from which a user linked directly to this Web site, the type of browser used to access this site and the search engine and keywords used when searching for this site. This information is in aggregate to measure Web site performance.

DBSAI does not give, rent, share, sell or transfer any personal information collected on this site or through any contact to DBSAI to any third party. When inquiries are e-mailed to DBSAI staff; the message and email address is stored to allow staff to respond electronically. Unless otherwise required by statute, DBSAI does not identify publicly who sends questions or comments through this Web site.

When deemed appropriate at its sole discretion, DBSAI may provide user information, including identifying information that may have been entered into the site by the user, to authorized law enforcement agencies when the site has been used in connection with illegal practices.

Cookies: To help make our sites more responsive to the needs of our visitors, we invoke a standard feature found in browser software, called a "cookie", to assign each visitor a unique, random number, a sort of anonymous user ID that resides on your computer. The cookie doesn't actually identify the visitor, just the computer that a visitor uses to access our site. A cookie can't read data off your hard drive. We do not link cookie data with personally identifiable information, nor do we store personal information in our cookies. You can disable cookies at any time by changing the preferences in your browser.

For our internal purposes, we gather date, time, browser type, navigation history and IP address of all visitors to our site. This information does not contain anything that can identify users personally. We use this information for our internal security audit log, trend analysis and system administration, and to gather broad demographic information about our user base for aggregate use.