The information collect using the idTools system is used by your organization for its internal uses. We will not share any information obtained using idTools with any other company or group.

In addition, certain areas of the idTools.com site, require registration or a password to enter them. Information on individuals obtained through those sites is not used in any way for marketing purposes. The idTools system does not use cookies in any form.

For more information on this Privacy Policy, please read below.

What information is captured from visitors to the idTools.com site?
Does idTools ask for personal information?
How does idTools use the information?
Will idTools use my information for any other purposes?
What is a cookie?
Does idTools use cookies?
How do I contact idTools?
Site security.
Site reliability.
Additional resources on information privacy.

Please see terms and conditions for limitations of liability and disclaimers of warranty applicable to idTools services.

What information is captured from visitors to idTools.com?

Other than the actual survey information, the idTools.com Web server does not collect any information from system users.

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Is personal information requested?

No, unless your organization designs a survey to collect this information.

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How is the information used?

The information collected through the survey tools helps your organization in project work, performance assessment, and strategic planning.

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Will my information be used for any other purposes?

The information you create and gather by using idTools will not be analyzed or shared in any way, with any outside company or entity.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a series of data characters that, when programmed into a Web site, is placed by the Web Server into the browser's application folder on your computer. Once placed onto your machine, the cookie will allow the Web site to "recognize" you as a unique individual.

Please note that in most instances a cookie does not enable a User to be recognized as a name (e.g., John Doe). Rather, it will recognize an individual as a series of numbers (e.g., UU=CA_531).

The idTools system does not use cookies.

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Does idTools use cookies?

IdTools.com does not use cookies in any way.

Site security

The idTools site provides security functions including firewalls and physical isolation of the primary server in a restricted area.

Site Reliability

We make regular, secure backups of the data generated by customers through their use of the site. The web and database servers are further protected from disruption by automated fail over functions, un-interruptible power supplies, and other best practices for web site reliability.

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How do I contact idTools?

email: Ask Dr. Nick

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Additional resources on information privacy

Electronic Privacy Information Center focuses public attention on emerging civil liberties issues relating to the National Information Infrastructure. EPIC Alert is the online newsletter of the Electronic Privacy Information Center in Washington, DC. The newsletter is bi-weekly.

IdTools reserves the right to amend the privacy policy at any time with or without notice. Please check back frequently in the event of changes.

Your use of idTools.com constitutes your agreement to this Privacy Policy.

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Terms of Use

The following terms and conditions govern your use of the idTools.com site. Your viewing or use of this site will constitute your agreement, on behalf of yourself and the entity you represent (hereinafter collectively "you" or "your"), to all of the terms and conditions provided below. idTools may make future changes or modifications to such terms and conditions at any time without notice and your subsequent viewing or use of idtools.com will constitute your agreement to the changes and modifications. There may be additional terms and conditions provided throughout idtools.com governing your use of particular functions, features, information and applications available through idTools.com.

Section 1. Use.

idTools.com is provided solely for the use of current and potential idTools users to interact with idTools and may not be used by any other person or entity, or for any other purpose. Specifically, all information may only be used by current and potential idTools users. idTools does not accept ideas, concepts, or techniques for new services or products through idTools.com. If such information is received, it will not be considered confidential and idTools will be deemed free to use, communicate and exploit such information in any manner it chooses.

Section 2. idTools.com Registration.

When you are registered as a user at idTools.com, you will receive a User I.D. and Password. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the Password and User I.D., and you are responsible for all activities that occur under Your Password and User I.D. You agree to (a) immediately notify idTools of any unauthorized use of Your User I.D. and Password, and (b) ensure that You exit from Your idTools.com session at the end of each visit.

Section 3. Changes to idTools.com.

idTools.com and its content, including without limitation the information, graphics, products, features, functionality, services, and links (collectively the "Content") may be changed, deleted or updated without notice.

Section 4. Term.

idTools may discontinue, suspend or modify idTools.com with 30 days notice, and idTools.com may block, terminate or suspend your and any user's access to idTools.com at any time for any reason in its sole discretion, even if access continues to be allowed to others.

Section 5. Ownership.

idTools.com and its Content are protected by United States and international copyright, trademark and other laws. All rights reserved. We do not convey to anyone, through allowing access to idTools.com, any ownership rights in the idTools.com technology or in any content appearing on or made available through idTools.com.

Section 6. Disclaimer of Warranty.

idTools.com and its content are provided "as is." idTools and its licensors disclaim any and all warranties, express or implied, including without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, regarding any such content and your ability or inability to use idtools.com and its content.

Section 7. Limitation of liability.

Use of idTools.com and its content is at your sole risk. idTools will in no event be liable to you or any person or entity claiming through you for any direct, indirect, consequential, incidental or other damages under any theory of law for any errors in or the use of or inability to use idTools.com and its content including without limitation, damages for lost profits, business, data, or damage to any computer systems, even if you have advised idTools of the possibility of such damages.

Section 8. Indemnity.

You hereby release, and agree to indemnify and hold harmless idTools and its respective officers, directors, employees agents and vendors from any and all claims, demands, causes of actions, liabilities, damages, costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys' fees, arising out of Your use or viewing of idTools.com and its Content.

Section 9. Privacy Policy.

The idTools Privacy Policy is listed at the top of this web page and describes the policy governing the use of information acquired from You through idTools.com.

Section 10. Controlling Law and Severability.

This Agreement and Your use of the idTools.com site is governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United States and the State of Wisconsin, excluding its conflict of laws provisions. If for any reason a court of competent jurisdiction finds any provision of this Agreement, or a portion thereof, to be unenforceable, that provision shall be enforced to the maximum extent permissible. Any cause of action with respect to idTools.com or this Agreement must be instituted within one year after the claim or cause of action has risen or be barred and must be brought in a court of competent jurisdiction within Waukesha County, Wisconsin. This Agreement may not be changed or modified without the written consent of idTools.

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