Welcome to the telemanager.net Network, owned and produced by telemanager.net.
The telemanager.net Network Products and Services (collectively, the
"Products and Services") are offered by telemanager.net
at or linked to the URL https://www.telemanager.net.
By using the Products and Services, you agree, without limitation
privacy or data collection policy applicable to any specific telemanager.net
Network web site.
This policy may be changed or updated when necessary so please check
1. What information does the telemanager.net
2. What are "cookies" and what does
telemanager.net do with them?
Our goal is to provide current, topical telecom news, commentary,
information, and references to both our clients and the Internet community
in general. Additionally, we provide specialized services to our clients
via our website in order to provide them focused and easily managed
information tools to allow them to maximize the value provided by
our telemanager product. In order to do this, we collect two types
of information from you, "anonymous information" and "personally
Anonymous information refers to information that cannot be tied back
to a specific individual. Each time a visitor comes to a telemanager.net
Network site, we collect some information used to improve the overall
quality of their experience. This information is part of every normal
http request and we do not take any additional steps to try and actively
retrieve this information if it is not present. We collect the visitor's
IP address (ie, if the user is logged on from a .com, .gov, or .edu
domain), referral data (ie, the last URL that was visited prior to
clicking though to our site), and your browser and platform type (ie,
Netscape on a Linux platform).
In addition to this anonymous data, telemanager.net may also collect
personally identifiable information. Personally identifiable information
refers to information that tells us specifically who you are, such
as your name and postal address. Wherever and whenever telemanager.net
collects personal information through registration we make an effort
personal information in the following ways from different parts of
its network of web sites:
a. Most of the personal information is gathered when you register
with one of the telemanager.net Network sites. If you choose to register
(and we hope you do) you may provide us with your name, the business
or telemanager site you are associated with, postal address, email
address, telephone number, occupation, and other information. While
not all of this information is required, the more information you
volunteer (and the more accurate it is), the better we are able to
customize your experience. Once you register you are given a telemanager.net
Network ID and are able to take full advantage of the many offerings
of the telemanager.net Network, including personalization services.
b. If you contact the telemanager.net Network, we may keep a record
of that correspondence. We use the information provided so that we
may respond to the e-mail.
In addition to the personally identifiable information that telemanager.net
collects, we also collect information "anonymously" using "cookies."
Presently, "cookies" play an important role in making the Internet
work, but there is much confusion among Internet users about what
cookies are and how they are used. A cookie is a small text file containing
a unique identification number that is transferred from a web site
to the hard drive of your computer so that the web site may identify
you and track your activities on the web site. This unique number
identifies your browser (but not you) to telemanager.net computers
whenever you visit one of the sites in the telemanager.net Network.
A cookie will not let a web site know any personally identifiable
information about you, such as your real name and address. The coding
in the cookies telemanager.net sets lets us know that you are using
a particular computer but nothing more. Since cookies are only text
files, they cannot run on your computer, search your computer for
other information or transmit any information to anyone.
them used on most major web sites. Most browsers are initially set
up to accept cookies. If you prefer, you can reset your browser either
to notify you when you have received a cookie, or to refuse to accept
cookies. You should understand that while telemanager.net does not
properly if you set your browser to not accept cookies.