Acquisition of Information. WaferNet provides an online ordering system (the “System”) that allows participating customers to purchase our products and manage inventory through a web-based interface. Access to the System requires registration by each individual user (‘End User”). Each End User will be required to provide personally identifiable information to register as a End User. Such information may include, for example, name, employer, position title and contact information (such as email address, telephone number and office location). As part of the registration process, each End User will be assigned a unique user name and password which will identify the End User and will be associated with the personally identifiable information that we collect.
Use of Information. WaferNet uses individual contact information, user names and passwords to provide access to the System and to contact End Users when reasonably necessary. WaferNet may also use any information End Users have provided as reasonably necessary to administer or provide customer support for the System and/or the web site. WaferNet may also use contact information to provide notices regarding orders, as well as to inform End Users about additional goods and services. WaferNet may transfer any information collected through this web site to WaferNet’s processing and storage facilities in the United States and to the company on whose behalf any End User is accessing the System.
Access by Our Employees. WaferNet employs commercially reasonable measures to limit our employees’ access to individuals’ personally identifiable information to the minimum amount reasonably required to provide prompt, high quality service for the System and this web site.
Security Measures. WaferNet employs procedural and technological measures, consistent with legal requirements and the demands of customer service, reasonably designed to protect personally identifiable information from loss, misuse or unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. WaferNet stores your information on secure computers located in a locked data center, to which only a small number of WaferNet’s employees involved in the management of the data center have physical access. WaferNet uses encryption, firewalls and other security technology to help prevent unauthorized access to your personally identifiable information.
Updating Your Information. You may update or change the personally identifiable information that you have provided to WaferNet by submitting a request to WaferNet via the Webmaster.