Privacy policy

Information We Obtain From Visitors Browsing And Via Cookies

When you visit our web site, our web server may send a cookie to your computer. A cookie is an electronically transmitted file that holds small pieces of information. When you navigate through our web site, your browser “requests” pages for you to view, and that request may include the information stored in a cookie we might have previously sent to your computer. This process is like an electronic “handshake” between our system and your computer; the information exchanged allows us to recognize your browser.

Cookies are used to collect and store only the following information: the visitor’s domain name, the Internet address of the web site from which the visitor linked directly to our web site, the pages of our site that the visitor views and the length of time spent on each page, browser and operating system platform type, and the date and time the visitor accessed our site.

Cookies, as well as the information taken from them, do not identify you personally. They merely recognize your browser. Unless you choose to identify yourself to us, either by responding to a promotional offer, or registering for a technical download, or request a quote you remain anonymous.We do not sell this or any other non-public personal information about you to anyone. This web site contains links to other web sites. JAI is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such other web sites.

If the use of cookies is a concern to you, then please set your browser to alert you accordingly. Newer browser versions allow you to be alerted or to automatically refuse cookies. You may need to download a more current version of your web browser from your service provider in order to obtain this option.