ListIntel Privacy Statement

ListIntel ("We") takes the privacy of your personal information very seriously. This Privacy Statement describes the ways we gather, use, and protect the personal information of visitors to our sites, as well as how we treat personal information obtained from other sources.

Our websites use cookies to enhance and personalize your visits to our websites, to measure the effectiveness of our sites, and to provide a more robust visitor experience for you. We do not use flash cookies or Locally Stored Objects. We do not store any personally identifying information in cookies. We do collect information through cookies about visitors to our websites that is not personally identifying, including domain name, pages visited, and length of user session. This information is used to analyze the usage of our websites so that we may improve the usefulness of the sites. You may reject cookies by setting your browser options to inform you when cookies are set or to prevent cookies from being set. If you set your browser to reject or prevent cookies, you may limit the functionality we can provide when you visit our site.

When you enter one of our sites, you pass through a firewall we use for security purposes. As you pass through, we may identify your Internet Protocol (IP) address to track the origin of your Internet connection. The IP address does not identify you personally. We store IP addresses in case we ever need to track a connection to its point of origin for security troubleshooting and analysis.

If you use a mobile device to access our site(s), we collect basic information such as type of device (manufacturer and model) in order to present the information to you in a way that is readable. We do not collect information that could identify the specific device (such as UDID) or the user, or any personal information from the mobile device. We do not collect location information from devices or users of mobile-enabled sites.

We do not collect personally identifying information from you unless you expressly provide it to us through your use of one of the services we offer on our Internet sites or through signing up for subscriptions to our publications. We do not voluntarily share personally identifying information with third-party marketers.

We do not intend to collect information from children under 18 years of age. You must be over 18 to receive our newsletters or use our online tools. If we learn that we have inadvertently collected personally identifying information from a child under the age of 13, we will promptly take all reasonable measures to delete the data from our system.


A "cookie" is a small text file saved on your computer that is used to store information that a website may need, for example, a shopping cart ID. Normally, each time a browser requests the URL of a page from a Web server, the request is treated as a completely new interaction. The fact that the request may be just the most recent in a series of requests as the user browses methodically through the site is lost. Although this makes the Web more efficient, this behavior makes it difficult to create things like shopping carts that must remember the user's actions over an extended period of time. Cookies cannot be used to "steal" information about you or your computer system. They can only be used to store information that you have provided at some point. For example, if you fill out a form giving your favorite color, a server can turn this information into a cookie and send it to your browser. The next time you contact the site, your browser will return the cookie, allowing the server to alter background color of its pages to suit your preferences.