Protecting your privacy is important to The Olive Press. We hope the following policy will help you understand how The Olive Press collects, uses, and safeguards the personal information you provide on our web site.
When you browse theolivepress.com, you do so anonymously. We don’t collect personal information — including your e-mail address. We do log your IP address (the Internet address of your computer) to give us an idea of which parts of our web site you visit and how long you spend there. But we do not link your IP address to anything personally identifiable. The only other information automatically provided to us is the type of computer and operating system you are using. Your browser supplies us with this information.
At times we may request that you voluntarily supply us with personal information, such as your e-mail address or postal address, for purposes such as corresponding with us, making a purchase, or participating in an online survey.
We do not share the information you provide with anyone else outside of The Olive Press without your consent, and no one else can access your information.
When you supply theolivepress.com with your personal information, we may use it to learn more about our customers so that we can develop better products and services. We may also use the information to inform you about new services and offers that may be of interest to you. These offers may be based on information you provided in your initial transaction with us or in surveys.
While information on theolivepress.com web site may be viewed by children under 13 years old, we do not solicit their name or other personal information from them. The Olive Press encourages parents and guardians to spend time online with their children and to participate in the interactive activities offered on the sites their children visit.
KIDS: Be sure to get your parent's permission before giving any information about yourself to anyone on the Internet.
Company Commitment to Privacy
The Olive Press is involved in current industry initiatives—such as the Online Privacy Alliance (www.privacyalliance.org)—to preserve individual privacy rights on the Internet and in all aspects of electronic commerce.