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JHZ-CS Privacy Statement
Privacy is important to JHZ-CS. When you communicate with JHZ-CS it's important you are assured the information you provide is used solely for the purpose of servicing your requests. JHZ-CS respects the competitive nature of this information as it pertains to your unique business practices. JHZ-CS treats this information as company confidential; see "Exception" below.
JHZ-CS requests only information required to respond to questions and solution, service, support requests and inquiries. This information includes contact information and is not made available to third parties without authorization.
JHZ-CS treats client company information as company confidential. In the process of evaluating solution requirements JHZ-CS is exposed to client specific businesses policies and practices. JHZ-CS respects the sensitive nature of this information and does not disclose it to third parties without authorization.
Cookies, Session and Local Storage
JHZ-CS utilizes a series access activity logs. These access logs contain information describing specific IP addresses, device information, host IP and other information. This information is used by JHZ-CS to evaluate user activity in order to improve the user experience.
WARNING SCAMMERS, CONS and FRAUDS!
Be advised JHZ-CS cooperates with all legitimate authorities in the apprehension/prosecution of parties engaged in criminal use of Internet technologies. All information collected by JHZ-CS is subject to this exception whether or not the information is directly related to any specific alleged offense. Internet Fraud is a very serious offense. Punishment may include ten years imprisonment or more, confiscation of assets used in the offense, and $10,000 fine or more just for an attempt. The United States Secret Service is a criminal law enforcement agency which operates under the provisions of Title 18 of the United States Code, Section 3056. Under Section 3056, Subsection (b), the Secret Service is specifically authorized to detect and arrest any person who violates federal criminal laws relating to coins, obligations, and securities of the United States and foreign governments, electronic fund transfers, credit or debit card fraud, false identification documents or devices, and certain laws relating to financial institutions. Additionally, pursuant to Title 18 of the United States Code, Sections 1029 and 1030, the Secret Service is specifically charged with the authority to investigate offenses concerning fraud and related activity in connection with computers and/or access devices. See Title 18 U.S.C. 1030(d), Fraud and related activity in connection with computers. "The United States Secret Service shall ... have the authority to investigate offenses under this section."