MMGA will only collect personally identifiable information (including name, address, telephone number, fax number and/or e-mail address) that you voluntarily provide through our website or e-mail correspondence. We will collect general information (such as the type of browser you use, the files you request, the domain name and locality from which you request information) to improve our website and better meet your needs.
Participants are required to provide personal contact information so that MMGA can utilize said information for public education and awareness.
The information you supply will be used by MMGA to respond to your inquiries, supply you with requested information on MMGA or track issues you report to MMGA, and marquardtglobal.com. Authorized third parties may be utilized by MMGA to collect, track and process such information. If you have submitted personal information to MMGA electronically and would like it removed or modified, please contact us at Michael@marquardtglobal.com. We will use reasonable efforts to comply with your request.
MMGA does not intend to collect personally identifiable information from children under age 18 without permission of the child’s parent or legal guardian. Children under the age of 18 should submit personally identifiable information to MMGA only with the explicit permission of their parent or legal guardian. Where appropriate, MMGA will instruct children not to submit personal information. If your child has submitted personal information and you would like to request that such information be removed, you may do so as indicated above and MMGA will use reasonable efforts to comply with your request.
The MMGA website may contain links to other sites. We do not endorse or otherwise accept responsibility for the content or privacy policies of those sites, unless held by MMGA or its affiliates.
marquardtglobal.com does not use “cookie” technology to remember your settings. The advantage to not using “cookie” technology is that we are not saving any information on your computer that might compromise your computer’s security. You will not have to worry about accepting cookies – your personal computer’s security remains intact.
It may be necessary, if required by law or if pertinent to judicial or governmental investigations, to release your personally identifiable information.