Flying Compass is committed to respecting the privacy of individuals who visit our website. This page explains the privacy practices for this website, as well as the general use policy surrounding the collection and use of information.
Consumer Information Collection and Use
In order to provide services and support, FlyingCompass.com may collect personal information. This website only collects personal information voluntarily when provided by the user. The information we ask you to provide may include your name, email address, etc. Flying Compass may use the information to send updates and promo materials, to process requests for information or services, for accounting purposes or to customize the site for future visits.
FlyingCompass.com may link to other third party websites. In using such links, you as a user should be aware that each third party website will vary in its terms and conditions of use and privacy policies, and we encourage you to read those respective statements. Flying Compass does not take responsibility for the privacy policies of, and usage of, personal information collected by others including, without limitation, those of any third party provider or distributor.
While FlyingCompass.com automatically logs information from a user’s browser, such as the user’s IP address, the pages visited and similar information, it does not collect any personal information during that process. This site may place and access cookies.
A cookie is a small data file that can only be read by the website that gave it to you. It functions as your identification card and is used to recognize you each time you visit. It cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses.
Sharing and Disclosure
FlyingCompass.com does not sell, rent or give away personal information. The data collected on this site is strictly for the purpose of that transaction.
FlyingCompass.com may share information about you with others, under the following circumstances: 1) when necessary to third parties who work for FlyingCompass.com in order to process your requests, 2) when you consent to disclosure, and 3) to comply with law, court orders, subpoena or legal process.