Super Source Privacy Policy as of May 1, 2016

1. Preamble

Super Source (TM) respects the privacy of its visitors and recognize the importance of ensuring a safe and secure visiting experience. To that end, this Privacy Policy details the important privacy methods and practices that keep your visit safe, and also provide you with due disclosure on what sort of information we collect.

2. What We Collect

If you choose to register with us, we collect personally identifiable such as your name or email address. If you sign in through a third party (including without limitation LinkedIn, Google, or Twitter), we may also collect information that those websites have, such as your name, URL of your profile picture, gender, or social connections. If you choose to provide contract, pricing, or other company information to us, we also collect that as well. We may also collect technical information to help improve the site such as your browser type, browser capabilities, operating system, internet service provider and IP address. We may also collect information to gauge your interests, such as what web pages you have viewed, how long you viewed certain pages, how you got to certain pages, and what sort of topics you are most interested in.

3. How We Use This Information

We use the information on technical capabilities and in our server logs to see what our users are doing and what their browsers allow them to do, in order to improve site visits.

In the case of a merger, acquisition, or close partnership, we may transfer or merge any or all of your information to or with another database. In the case of a transfer to a different entity, we will ensure a reasonably compliant new privacy policy exists and inform you of such a transfer.

In accordance with the law, we may disclose personally identifiable information in response to a legal action such as a subpoena. We may also disclose personally identifiable information to law enforcement agencies when a legitimate cause exists.

4. Cookies and Beacons

Cookies are small snippets of data remembered by your browser to keep state information for your browsing experience.

We use cookies to keep you logged in to a session and to remember any of your preferences. This ensures your visits are personalized and relevant for you.

Beacons are a way for a site to track visitor information through a piece of code embedded on a web page. We may use beacons to better understand usage and ultimately provided more relevance for you.

5. Collection of Information by Third Parties

Third parties, such as advertisers, Amazon, AddThis, Clicky, Facebook, Google, Heroku, KISSmetrics, LinkedIn, LiveChat Inc, Mixpanel, Optimizely, Reddit, Segment, and Twitter, may have code in their embedded content that records your usage. We recommend seeing their privacy policies for more information. Their privacy policies are hosted at their respective websites. Contact us if you would like more information or have trouble finding their privacy policies.

6. Security of Your Information

We spend a reasonable amount of time ensuring the integrity and security of our site. Passwords, for instance, are stored with one-way encryption in a secure database. Due to the one-way encryption, it is impossible for us to read your passwords; if you forget your password, you will need to create a new one as we cannot decode your old one. We have many safeguards in place to ensure that all of your information is safe.

7. Further Details

If you have any questions or wish to discuss matters further, you're more than welcome to contact us through the contact information found on the web site.