Read very carefully:
Who do we contact?
Speedcam Systems only contacts individuals who specifically request that we do so or in the event that they have signed up to receive one of our free telephone consultations, e-mail newsletters, or have purchased one of our products.
What information do we collect?
Speedcam Systems collects information in three categories:
1. Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
* name and e-mail address – provided by you for registration to receive our free newsletters.
* name, postal address, phone and credit card information – provided by you when purchasing our products.
All such information is strictly protected and used only for delivering the content and products the user has signed up for or purchased. This information is NEVER used for other purposes and is NEVER shared with third parties.
2. Anonymous Usage History (non PII)
This information is strictly limited to the history of activities that the user engaged in while on our site. It does NOT include any personally identifiable information (PII).
For example, the string “sub+customer” in a cookie (see below for what cookies are) might indicate that you are both a subscriber AND a customer. The purpose of this information is to improve your experience. For example, by storing the fact that you are already a subscriber, we do not need to bother you with an irrelevant subscriber box. There is a small subset of this history that we use with 3rd parties, such as Google, for the purpose of measuring and improving the efficacy of advertising campaigns. Some of these third parties, aggregate such information across many websites. This allows them to identify users who are more likely to be interested in specific offerings like fashion, sports, education and so on. As an Internet user, you may experience the results of such aggregation by noticing how the ads displayed on Yahoo, for example, better match your interests (the optimistic scenario), or at least more closely match a website that you recently visited.
Whether you find this annoying and spooky or helpful and relevant, or perhaps both, you are in good company. This area of Internet advertising is new and controversial. The tradeoff between privacy vs. commercial efficiency has a long history, for example the “Do not call” list. In any event, it is likely that either the government or the industry will adopt some form of “opt out” capability in the future to address these concerns.
3. Newsletter Subscriptions
How do I unsubscribe from the Dragonfly newsletters?
We think you’ll be amazed by all the helpful insights you’ll learn from the Dragonfly newsletters. But you can easily stop receiving them at any time. Simply click the link at the bottom or any newsletter or commercial email you ever receive from us. Once you do, you will no longer receive our Dragonfly newsletters in your inbox.
How often will I receive newsletters?
You’ll receive at least a one newsletter per week, so you can count on getting new tips often. Be sure to add our email address to your “safe senders” list. That way, you’ll be sure to receive their messages in your inbox instead of them accidentally winding up in your spam folder.
What will I learn from the newsletter that is not already on the site?
Plenty! We aim to assist our newsletter Members with tips on how to legally challenge speeding fines that they believe are un-just.
How will my personal information be used?
Just like you, the Dragonfly management team is not a fan of spam. We only use the information you give us to send you your newsletters, and they’ll only come from us. We will not sell or distribute your information to any third party, so there’s no need to worry you’ll be getting anything other than our newsletters. And of course, you can unsubscribe from those at any time by clicking the link at the bottom of the email.
Who will I be receiving the newsletters from?
Are the newsletters really free? Why?
Absolutely. We hope that if you like our free information then you will be more likely to use our products and paid services.
How do I contact you?
Please visit our customer support page by clicking below:
What are cookies/clear GIFs and how do we use them?
Cookies: Like many other commercial sites, our site utilizes standard technologies called “cookies” and clear GIFs to collect information about how our Site is used. A cookie is a small data text file, which a website stores on your computer’s hard drive (if your web browser permits) that can later be retrieved to identify you to us. Cookies were designed to help a website recognize a user’s browser as a previous visitor and thus save and remember any preferences that may have been set while the user was browsing the site. A cookie cannot be read by a website other than the one that set the cookie. A cookie cannot pass on a computer virus or capture any of the Personally Identifiable information.
Clear GIFs: At times, we work with third-party service partners that employ clear GIFs (also known as pixel tags, single pixel GIFs, web beacons or action tags) for our benefit to help us measure advertising effectiveness. Clear GIFs are tiny graphics with a unique identifier, similar in function to cookies, and are used to track the online movements of our users. The main difference between the two is that clear GIFs are invisible on the page and are much smaller, about the size of the period at the end of this sentence. Clear GIFs are not tied to your Personally Identifiable Information and only track the visitor traffic and behaviour to and on our Site. Clear GIFs can “work with” existing cookies on a computer if they are both from the same website or advertising company. That means, for example, that if a person visited “www.companyX.com”, which uses an advertising company’s clear GIF, the website would match the clear GIFs identifier and the advertising company’s cookie ID number, to show the past online behaviour for that computer. This collected information can be shared with the advertising company. We do, at times, provide such information to our third-party advertising service partners, but that information never includes personally identifiable information.
How do we store your email information?
Your email information (email address, first name) is stored at the list server that delivers Dragonfly newsletters. Your information can only be accessed by those who help manage those lists in order to deliver e-mail to those who would like to receive Dragonfly newsletters. All of the newsletters that are sent to you by Dragonfly include an unsubscribe link in them. You can remove yourself at any time from our newsletters by clicking on the unsubscribe link.
This policy may be changed at any time at Speedcam Systems discretion. If we should update this policy, we will post the updates to this page on our Website. This policy was revised September 30, 2011.
Speedcam Systems Ltd
25 Duke Street