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Questions regarding the accuracy of information on the PPC Website may be directed to the firstname.lastname@example.org
PPC requests information from clients if they choose to subscribe to email lists or if they choose to respond to advertising, promotions, sweepstakes or contests. This personal information is necessary in order for PPC to fulfill the client's request.
This information may also be used by PPC to contact or update the client with periodic PPC publications, product details or other special offers. The client may unsubscribe or request that their information not be shared by directing their request to email@example.com. In this case, please provide your exact name and address. In the case of email, only clients who have consented to receive email updates are included on email lists and instructions on how to "unsubscribe" from further solicitations is included in every such email they receive from PPC. PPC does not share email addresses with other companies. PPC does not partner with or have any special relationships with any ad server companies.
From time to time, PPC may use customer information for new, unanticipated uses not previously disclosed in our privacy notice. If information practices change at some time in the future, PPC will post the policy changes to the PPC Website to notify the client and provide instructions to opt-out of these new uses. Clients concerned with how information is used should check back at the PPC Website periodically.
PPC Website management uses IP addresses to diagnose Web-server problems and to administrate the PPC Website. Cookies may be used to store client variables such as limiting repeated exposure to the same ads or bypassing login prompts by "remembering" passwords across sessions.
If you feel that this site is not following its stated information policy, PPC may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
PPC has no desire to collect information from those under the age of 18. In
an instance where such information was collected it would be purely
accidental and unintentional. PPC encourages parents to discuss the
Internet with their children and monitor personal information that a
child may provide via the Internet.