Pitney Bowes Software

Privacy Policy

Pitney Bowes Software seeks to comply with the following Privacy Policy for all visits to our website. We can be reached by e-mail in care of ethicsoffice@pb.com.

Scope of Usage

Pitney Bowes Software seeks to collect on its website no personally identifying information about individuals. Pitney Bowes Software collects usage information on its site only about other businesses — principally Pitney Bowes Software's customers and prospective customers. We may share this data with certain of our working partners and our affiliates, but only to help us to provide our customers with better products, services and solutions.

Pitney Bowes Software's current plans are to collect usage information only through (i) campaigns or efforts to market or sell Pitney Bowes Software's products, services and solutions, (ii) market studies or surveys and (iii) tradeshows, conferences, or other events. In addition, registration and information is collected in certain portions of our site, such as where visitors participate in interactive online activities (i.e., e-mails or bulletin boards). At the time of all such solicitations, visitors to our site will be advised how Pitney Bowes Software intends to use any such information and/or materials whether on the site or otherwise. Pitney Bowes Software reserves the right to use data submitted to Group 1 so we may better inform you of our products, services and solutions. The data on our visitors are collected and processed in one or more databases maintained directly or indirectly by Pitney Bowes Software.

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In addition, we place a "cookie" in the browser files of each visitor's computer. Cookies allow us to track where visitors travel in our site, at what they look and to personalize visits in our site. The cookie itself does not contain any personally identifying information although it enables us to relate visitors' uses of our site to information that visitors specifically provide to us. Most Web browsers can be set to inform visitors when a cookie has been sent to them and provide them with an opportunity to refuse that cookie. Temporary cookies are required for the site to function properly. These cookies are used to maintain session state and only exist as long as the visitor is currently browsing the G1.com pages. No information other than a randomly-generated ID is stored in the cookie. No other company has access to our cookies.

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For all our transaction and information processed, we employ reasonable and current security methods and technologies. While we strive to protect information and insure its security on the systems that we employ, unfortunately no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Therefore, we cannot insure or warrant the security of any information that is transmitted to us, and visitors transmit information at their own risk. Currently, Pitney Bowes Software employs limited-access server rooms that use electronic passkeys for entry.

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How to Discontinue Our Use of Information

Visitors to our site always have the ability to discontinue their information being used for such purposes by sending an e-mail request to ethicsoffice@pb.com.

Visitors may review the information we have collected on them from their use of our Web site by e-mailing us at ethicsoffice@pb.com

You may send new or updated information to ethicsoffice@pb.com.

We expect that in the not distant future, visitors will be able to perform these tasks themselves through a fully automated process.

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Pitney Bowes Software reserves the right to change this policy at any time by posting a notice on our site of the existence and location of the new or revised Usage Data Privacy Policy.

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