In general, you may visit the Xenith web site without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself. However, at times, we may request that you share personal information with us in order to obtain access to certain features of our site or to request additional information from us. If you choose to provide personal information, we assure you that we will take appropriate steps to protect the information you share with us from unauthorized access or disclosure. If you choose not to provide the information we request, you can still visit most of our web site, but you may be unable to access certain areas, options, or services.
Xenith will use your information to better understand your needs for head protection and other Xenith products and to support your customer relationship with Xenith. Among other things, Xenith will utilize your information to alert you to product upgrades and updated product information or to send you other literature and/or information that you request. From time to time, Xenith may contact you via phone, email, or postal mail with information about various products and services. If you do not want to receive such communication, simply tell us when you give us your personal information.
You should know that some of our web pages utilize “cookies” so that we can better serve you with more tailored information when you visit our site. Cookies are identifiers that a web site can send to your browser to keep on your computer to facilitate your next visit to our site. You can set your browser to notify you when you are sent a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether or not to accept it. The information we collect and analyze is used to improve our service to you.
Xenith will not sell, trade, or rent to any third party information you provide through our website, but may give this information to a Xenith distributor or sales agent whenever appropriate. We may also track IP addresses to analyze trends and statistics, administer the site, track a user’s movement, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. However, even when tracking these IP addresses the individual user remains anonymous.