Personal Information (Collection and Use).
What is "Personal Information"?
Hull collects personal information (such as your name, telephone number, e-mail address, mailing address and other contact information) when you navigate the Website by browsing pages, submitting information into the "search site" and other interactive portions of the Website and in other ways.
When you navigate the Website, we collect your IP address.
If you send e-mail to the Website, Hull collects your e-mail address and name, as well as any information contained in the "subject" line or text of the e-mail message. If you copy other persons on such e-mail submission, we collect the e-mail address and name of such copy recipients.
Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Notice: Hull does not knowingly collect Personal Information from children under the age of thirteen.
How does Hull Collect Personal Information?
How does Hull Use and Store Personal Information Collected?
Hull uses your Personal Information to deliver our products and services to you, which is why you generally provide it to us. We also use your Personal Information to authenticate your access and use of the Website; to send you information as requested by you; to respond to your e-mail inquiries (when we deem such response to be appropriate); to send you notices about changes to the Website; and to manage and improve the Website to optimize our products and services.
We may also use your Personal Information (such as search terms) to optimize our exposure and availability on external web search engines such as Google®.
Hull does not currently share, sell, rent, lend or give Personal Information you provide us to any third party, other than our service providers who assist us in providing our products and services to you and who need to know the information in order to provide such services to us.
Notice to California Residents: Hull does not currently maintain a process for individuals who use or visit the Website to review and request changes to any of their personally identifiable information collected through the Website.
An internet tracking cookie (or HTTP cookie) is a small piece of text stored on a user's (like yours) computer by a web browser (such as Internet Explorer® or Mozilla Firefox®). Web pages (like those incorporating the Website) use tracking cookies for authentication, session navigation tracking, and storing site preferences. We use tracking cookies to better serve you when you return to the Website. If you do not want to enable the Website to place tracking cookies on your computer, you can adjust your web browser's security settings to block tracking cookie placement. You can also adjust your web browser settings to notify you when your computer receives a tracking cookie, which gives you a chance to decide whether or not to accept the tracking cookie before it is placed on your computer. If you decide not to accept a tracking cookie from the Website, you may not be able to use all of the features of the Website.
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