Collection of Computer Information
VBC collects two types of information; computer information that is collected automatically, and personal information that you enter voluntarily.
When you visit this site, VBC does not automatically collect personal information from you or about you (such as your name or mailing address).
VBC may request and collect certain personal information from Users who wish to be contacted by VBC or to receive VBC publications such as newsletters. VBC does not collect personal information such as social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, or financial account numbers. You are under no obligation to provide any information about yourself, though certain information may be needed in order to respond to a request for information or publications.
VBC does not sell or transfer your information to unaffiliated third parties, except for the purposes of the operation of the website, to comply with applicable law, and to respond to your request. User information also may be disclosed in connection with a merger or the sale of VBC assets, and User information posted by the User on a VBC blog may be accessible to anyone visiting the blog. Aggregated or otherwise anonymous data may be used and shared for any purpose.
Upon its determination that records containing User information are no longer are of use to VBC, VBC will dispose of such records by secure means so that any personal information is no longer readable.
Maintaining the security of your personal information is of great concern to VBC. However, no system is absolutely secure. You should not transmit to VBC any health information or other information that you consider sensitive. VBC cannot warrant the security of your personal information transmitted to this site, and you do so at your own risk.