Privacy Policy

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CMS maintains high standards for your protection of privacy over the Internet. The purpose of this statement is to inform you of the types of information CMS obtains about visitors to our Web pages, how the information is obtained, how it is used, how long it is retained and how you can restrict its use or disclosure.

The only information CMS obtains about you and other visitors to our Web pages is information supplied voluntarily by you or other visitors. This means that you can visit our Web pages without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. To gauge the effectiveness of our Web pages, however, CMS collects some generic information about you and other visitors. Our Web servers automatically recognize a domain name (such as .com, .edu, etc.), the Web page from which you enter our Website, which pages you visit on our Web site, and how much time you spend on each page. This information does not reveal your identity. CMS aggregates this information and uses it to evaluate and improve our Web pages for your benefit. In some instances, CMS may provide the aggregated information to third parties to assist us to evaluate and improve our Web pages for your benefit.

CMS strives to protect the safety and privacy of children that may use our Web pages. CMS’s Web pages do not contain any inappropriate information for viewing by children. CMS does not knowingly collect information about children and our Web pages are not directed to children. We believe that children should obtain their parents’ consent before providing any personal information. Ordering online products and services from CMS is limited to adults.

Furthermore, you can choose to provide individual information to CMS in a number of ways through our Web pages by ordering service(s) from us, sending us e-mail, applying for a job, or registering to receive news or public policy information. If you supply information about yourself for a specific purpose, CMS will use that information for such purpose (such as to provide the information you requested or to consider you for a particular job). When you use our Web pages to order service(s), or to request information about a service(s), CMS may use the information as we would use the same information obtained offline. In the event that you do not wish to receive this information, you may notify us of your preference. CMS does not sell individual information that we obtain online. Also, CMS does not disclose individual information provided to us online to anyone outside of CMS and its affiliates, CMS’s underlying service provider(s), unless you specifically authorize it, it is required by law or disclosure is necessary to protect the safety of customers, employees or property. CMS uses the information provided when placing an order to complete that order.

CMS does not share the information with outside parties, other than those mentioned above, except as necessary to fulfill the online order(s). If you provide individual information to CMS in the context of an event CMS sponsors with another company, such as a contest, or if you register on a co-sponsored site or feature, you may also be providing the information to the co-sponsor. This will be made clear to you before you submit the information. Some of CMS’s Web pages may use cookies to improve our level of service to you. Cookies are lines of text that are transmitted to your Web browser when you click on a site. Your browser stores the information on your hard drive and when you return to that site later, the cookie is transmitted back to the server that originally sent it to you. Cookies provide a way for a server to recall a previous request or previous registration, or to keep track of a transaction as it progresses, so that information does not have to be repeated. To be notified when you are about to receive a cookie, you can configure your browser to alert you when a site is attempting to send you a cookie and at that time you will have the option of refusing the cookie. You can check your hard drive for cookie files, on the cookies.txt file on your PC’s hard drive; or under magic cookies on a Macintosh.

CMS does not send unsolicited junk email (spam). However, CMS may use email to: communicate with you, confirm orders placed online, respond to your emails and send information that you requested. In the event that you do not wish to receive emails from CMS, please notify us of your desire. CMS is committed to safeguarding your privacy on all CMS Web pages. CMS and its employees, service affiliates and underlying carriers protect your private information. You should feel confident that your individual information will be protected when you access your account or order service(s) from our Web pages over the Internet. CMS has security measures in place to safeguard all of your transactions with us. CMS’s Web pages may contain links to other Web sites. However, CMS shall not be responsible for the content or the privacy safeguards employed by other Web sites. CMS may expand its capabilities for obtaining information about you and other users in the future in order to improve the services it can offer you. CMS updates this privacy statement continually in order to ensure that you remain aware of developments in this area. CMS has adopted standard privacy practices to safeguard your privacy in all aspects of our business.


In order to maintain the authenticity and confidentiality of the information you provide online to CMS, including CMS’s online purchase order forms, CMS utilizes secure server technology which uses a secure socket layer (SSL) protocol to secure a connection between your browser and CMS’s Web server. The SSL protocol protects the integrity of your correspondence with CMS by providing three major security capabilities:

Privacy: The information sent between your browser and our Web server is encrypted so an unauthorized third party may not read the contents of the message.

Authentication: While SSL is active, you can view the identity and owner of the Web server your browser is connected to by clicking on the closed padlock. This information is contained in a digital certificate issued by a public certificate authority and exchanged with your browser when the SSL connection is established.

Data Integrity: SSL provides a mechanism which verifies that the data has not been tampered with between the time the sender sent it and the receiver received it.

There may be a slight change in the appearance of your browser when you enter the online purchase order forms. This change may vary depending on the type and version of the browser you use. While the SSL connection is active, you will see a note at the bottom of each page indicating a secure connection is active. You will also see a closed padlock at the lower left corner of your browser (depending on which browser you are using).


CMS’s Web pages and the content contained herein are provided As Is. CMS makes no representations or warranties of any kind whatsoever in connection with its Web pages. Further, CMS disclaims any express or implied warranties including, but not limited to, non-infringement, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. CMS does not warrant and represent that its Web pages will not be error free or interrupted from time to time.

To the extent permitted by law, CMS shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, incidental or special damages arising from or in connection with CMS’s Web pages and the use thereof. In no event shall CMS’s liability to you or any third-party for damages, losses and/or any cause of action exceed $100.00.