identified as mandatory and some as voluntary. If you do not provide the mandatory data with respect to a particular activity, you will not be able to engage in that activity.Some other websites or third parties authorized by that website may also collect certain technical androuting information about your computer to facilitate your use of the Site and its services. For example,they may log environmental variables, such as browser type, operating system, CPU speed, and theInternet Protocol ("IP") address of your computer. They use these environmental variables to facilitateand track your use of the Site and its services. The website will also uses such environmental variables tomeasure traffic patterns on the Site. Without expressly informing you in each particular circumstance,they do not match such information with any of your personal information.
How Customer’s Personal Information is Used In Service sector
In service sectors like a website, your personal information for several purposes including:
To ensure their service is relevant to your needs.
To deliver services, such as newsletters, events, training or software, that you request or purchasein case of visiting websites.
To help themselves creating and publish content most relevant to you.
To alert you to product upgrades, special offers, updated information and other new services fromthe company of the website.
To allow you access to limited-entry areas of their Site as appropriate.
Some Examples of Customer Privacy Issues :Example # 1
People’s bank in New England, Connecticut state have revealed few years ago that that a storage tapeholding confidential data of 90,000 people’s customers lost while being transported to a credit reporting bureau.The tape contained customers' and bank employees' personal information -- including names, addresses,Social Security and checking account numbers -- belonging to those who have a People's Bank personal