Privacy Statement

Our commitment to privacy and highest standards of protecting your information will continue on the Internet. We have developed this privacy statement in order to demonstrate this commitment to the protection of your privacy. Questions regarding this statement should be directed to

There are various forms on our web site in which we ask users to voluntarily provide us with information. This information helps us to provide better service to you. We use incoming and outgoing web site traffic data (log files) to help evaluate and adjust our web site and servers. We also use it to gather broad demographic information about our users in general - such as how many users are coming to our site and what pages do they look at most often.

You have our assurance that we are committed to safeguarding your privacy online. We only use your information to help us improve our services to you. We do not sell or provide your personal information to third parties and we protect your information by placing it in a secure data centre. This Web site does not collect personally identifying information about you except when you specifically and knowingly provide it.

With the recipients' permission we periodically send out email newsletters, promotional messages and announcements. The newsletters primarily focus on providing life safety information and advice. Recipients can remove themselves from our e-mailing list at anytime.

This site contains links to other Web sites. VOXCOM is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites and encourages you to review their privacy policies before providing them with any information.

Information that is collected will never be shared with any other organization unless the user has provided us with explicit permission to do so, or unless we are legally bound to identify an individual to a government authority under current information laws and regulations.

We have investigated and made substantial investments in the latest technologies to protect any information that is collected. These technologies are deployed as part of a sophisticated security architecture and protocol. All data resides in a tightly controlled, secure data center.

Unsolicited "junk" email is referred to as "Spam." Nearly all of us at one time or another will find these unsolicited messages in our email boxes. Unfortunately, there is no current solution to prevent the delivery of Spam through various Internet Service Providers. We do not and never will engage in such unethical activities.

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