First, we passively collect information that is automatically sent to us by your web browser. This information typically includes your domain name (the site after the @ in your e-mail address). It may also contain your user name (the name you are known as before the @ in your e-mail address). The amount of information sent depends on the settings you have on your web browser; please refer to your browser if you want to learn what information it sends.
We use the information that we automatically receive from your web browser to see which pages you have visited within our site, which site you visited before coming to ours, and where you go after you leave. We at Black Snow Events can then develop statistics that are very helpful to understanding how this site is used by our visitors. This statistical data is interpreted by Black Snow Events in its continuing effort to present the web site content that users are seeking in a format they find most helpful.
Secondly, we collect information when you contact us or respond to the surveys, questionnaires or applications that we make available. If you e-mail us, you are voluntarily releasing information to us. If you answer questions we have placed on the page, you are also voluntarily releasing that information to us. (You may decide not to answer any questions; if you do, you may still continue your visit, but we may elect not to provide you the related services or features.) All computer-generated information, such as your e-mail address, may be used or shared with Black Snow Events affiliates, third parties and/or transmitted to another country. An example of a third party that could receive your Personal Information is a data processing contractor that operates computer systems on our behalf.
Black Snow Events will not use or share, either within Black Snow Events or with a third party, any information collected at this page for direct marketing purposes. We may share the information collected at this page with third parties, and transmit the information to another country, for purposes other than direct marketing. We may also remove all the personally identifiable information and use the rest for historical, statistical or scientific purposes. We may also use it to investigate security breaches or to cooperate with authorities pursuant to a legal matter.