Decent Pizza - Privacy Statement
Information Collection and Use
DecentPizza.com will not share or sell this information to others in any way other than as disclosed in this policy or stated at the point where the information is collected. DecentPizza.com collects information from its users in several areas of its Web site as described in this Privacy Statement.
If you choose to participate in submitting opinions or data on our website, we may ask you for information, including your email address.
Our optional online surveys may ask visitors for demographic information to help us better understand our customers in aggregate. This information is not linked to any other personal or identifying information.
When you check the "opt-in" box on the offer page, you may occasionally receive information on new menu items and special deals. We offer you the option to discontinue receiving these communications by "opting out" of receiving promotional offers.
A cookie is a message that the server for our Web site gives to your Web browser. Your browser stores the message in a small file on your hard drive.
We use standard server log files to identify IP addresses, browser type, domain name, date and time users have accessed DecentPizza.com We use Internet Protocol (IP) addresses to analyze trends, administer the site, track a user's movement and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use.
Notification of Changes
Glossary of Terms
When you are connected to the Internet, your computer has a unique Internet ID called an IP address. Most people that connect through a dial-up service, such as America Online, get a different IP address each time they login. Others might have a permanently assigned IP address, called a static IP address. It is difficult or impossible for a Web site to collect personal information about you (i.e., your name, email address, etc.) from your IP address alone, though it is easier if you have a static IP address.
A method by which information transmitted across the Internet is scrambled to the point where it's hard to decipher by anyone who should intercept the data before it reaches its destination. Most reputable online stores make use of SSL encryption to request credit card information and other sensitive data from their customers. Web pages where SSL encryption is activated are typically identified by a lock or key symbol displayed somewhere in your browser. Refer to your browser's documentation for the specific symbol and location.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, wish to have information about you deleted, opt-out of mailings, or want to place an order via a method other than the Internet, you can contact us at:
2768 Mayfield Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44106
Tel: (216) 321-3800