At Gatling Pointe, we are committed
to providing our valued guests and customers with the utmost
("policy"), we are committed to properly using
and safeguarding the privacy of those who use or visit this
Web site. In particular, the policy identifies the
personal information that may be collected from you through
our Web site, how it is used and with whom it may be shared,
the choices available to you regarding its collection, use
and distribution, the security procedures in place on our
Web sites and how you can change or correct inaccuracies
in the personal information you provide on our Web site.
- We will not release personally identifiable information
about you if you have specifically instructed us not to
(except as may be needed to provide services you have expressly
requested, or if we believe disclosure is necessary under
one of the exceptions discussed below).
- We will provide mechanisms for you to communicate your
privacy questions and concerns to us, and we will make
every effort to respond to them.
By using this Web site, you consent to the collection and
time, but all changes will be posted to this page so that
you can remain informed. Changes are effective when
posted to this page, and your continued use after any change
is posted is an acceptance of the change.
"Personally identifiable information" is information-such
as name, birth date, e-mail address or mailing address, financial
information and other types of information that can be used
to uniquely identify a user.
"Anonymous Information" is information that does
not personally identify you. This includes information
on how you use our site (such as places visited and search
queries performed). Anonymous information also includes the
domain names and/or I.P. addresses (as explained in greater
detail below) of browsers that visit our site, time of day
the site was visited, and other non-personally identifiable
information. Anonymous information is information that is
not tied to any individual.
Collection and Use of Personally Identifiable Information
You can visit our Web site without revealing personally
identifiable information, but if you wish to receive additional
services or goods, we may need this information for registration
and we may also need you to select a confidential user name and
password. We will use this information to:
- Welcome you to the Web site.
- Send communications to you about the Web site, including
new features and services available through the Web site.
- Share your information with affiliates, and allow them
to contact you directly, if you have consented to this
- Verify your information and other particulars so that
we may provide you with goods or services that you request
on the Web site or for other programs or activities, such
as sales, reservations or amenities.
If you tell us that you do not want to receive certain types
of communications at the time of registration, we will comply
with your request, however please bear in mind that in some
cases this will limit the services available to you.
Sharing Personally Identifiable Information
with Third Parties
If we share Personally Identifiable information with third
parties that you have consented to, they may use the data
we provide them (sometimes, in connection with other information
they may have gathered about you), but are generally prohibited
from sharing this information with other companies or people
without your consent.
PLEASE NOTE: In rare instances, we may be required
to disclose or use personally identifiable information before
obtaining your consent. This will be confined to situations
in which disclosure is either: (a) legally required under
a subpoena or criminal investigation; or (b) necessary, in
our best judgment, in order to protect you or other Web site
users from identity theft, computer viruses or other electronic
When you use the Web site, we may collect anonymous information,
even if you have not registered with us. We may use this
information to examine Web site activity or to help us improve
our services. We will not share any anonymous information
with third parties if we know that it will be linked by third
parties with personally identifiable information obtained
from another source, unless we have given you notice first
and you have given us authorization to do so.
A "cookie" is a small piece of computer code that
is sent to your browser when you visit a Web site, and used
by the Web site server to keep track of visitors and locate
them in the future. Usually this is to improve or customize
the delivery of services to Web site visitors. Cookies
do not cause harm to your computer or its hard drive.
Cookies may be used on this Web site from time to time,
and you will always be given a choice as to whether you want
of your browser, or configure your browser to show you when
a cookie is being sent. If you choose not to accept
cookies, it may diminish or terminate your ability to use
all of the features and services offered through our Web
Use of IP Addresses
An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a set of numbers that
is assigned to your computer. Web servers - the
computers that provide web pages for viewing - automatically
identify your computer by the IP address assigned to it during
your session online. We may collect IP addresses for
system administration and to monitor Web site activity, and
we may also use them to identify Web site users if it is
necessary to prevent violation of our terms and conditions,
or to protect You or other Web site users from interference
PLEASE NOTE: Under certain circumstances, IP addresses and/or
domain names may be linked to personally identifiable information,
when that information is stored in databases managed by Internet
registrars or registries such as Network Solutions.
Web sites Operated by Third Parties.
WEB SITES THAT ARE OPERATED OR MAINTAINED BY THIRD PARTIES ARE NOT COVERED
site, or if you authorize us to share information about you with third parties
at their Web sites, we do not have control over their privacy policies and
we do not review those policies to see if they are more or less protective
than ours. You must determine this by visiting the Web site in question.
Our data networks are protected against loss, misuse and
alteration by commercially acceptable, industry standard
procedures. Although we believe these measures are
adequate in most cases, you should never assume that communications
over the Internet are completely confidential or that data
is not vulnerable to being misappropriated, and should therefore
always exercise care in communicating or doing business over
of this Web site, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.