Information We Collect
We collect various types of information from our visitors so we can adjust our site to meet our users' needs and expectations. Some of this information is collected automatically through cookies and other information is collected when you register for any of our online services.
Information Collected Automatically
The types of information your browser or internet session automatically sends us each time you visit our sites, which we automatically collect, includes:
- Your browser, e.g., Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator.
- Your Internet domain, e.g., AOL, Netcom, Earthlink, etc.
- You computer's operating system, e.g., Windows, Macintosh, UNIX, Linux.
- Your navigation path, i.e., the URLs of where you come to our site from, which of our pages you visit, and where you go as you leave.
- Your IP address.
This information lets us see how users are finding our sites, and it tells us which pages are visited the most often so we can make our Web sites more useful.
Information You Provide to Us
In addition to the information automatically collected by your browser, we also collect information that you provide to us when you request information. Information requests, such as a request for an investor pack, may be sent to an outside vendor for fulfillment.
- via Information Request Sites
Our site provides users the opportunity to request information from Apollo Global. These information requests require users to provide Apollo Global with contact information, as well as information about their interest in Apollo Global. Contact information is used to send information about Apollo Global to the customer requesting that information. Customer interest information is collected to determine what information the customer wishes to be sent. Opt-out policy: You could choose NOT to provide this information online. Instead you can call Apollo Global. and request to have information sent to you.
How We Use This Information
We use the information we automatically collect to help us better plan our Web site to meet your Internet needs. Information you provide to us is used for marketing purposes, and may result in follow-up communications.
Your Rights, Our Obligation
Apollo Global does not sell or rent any personal data submitted by visitors to our site to any third parties. The company respects the privacy of users visiting our Apollo Global site. On an occasion we may use certain directory information that we have collected to send you information about products and services, or updates and other information we think may be of interest to you. Occasionally we may share this information with our educational subsidiaries to bring similar information to your attention. If you tell us that you do not wish to have this information used as a basis for further contact with you, we will respect your wishes.
Other than directory information, data you provide to us as you use our Web site will be held in confidence by us and will be used for internal purposes only. The company may share aggregate information about our users with advertisers, business partners, sponsors and other third parties. However, the individual information you provide us within the Apollo Global Web site will be known only to you and Apollo Global. We will not share your personal data with anyone else, except as may be required by law.
For More Information
If you have questions about our information practices, please contact us.
Data created by a Web server that is stored on a user's computer. It provides a way for the Web site to keep track of a user's patterns and preferences and, with the cooperation of the Web browser, to store them on the user's own hard disk.
The cookies contain a range of URLs (Web addresses) for which they are valid. When the browser encounters those URLs again, it sends those specific cookies to the Web server. For example, if a user's ID were stored as a cookie, it would save that person from typing in the same information all over again when accessing that service for the second and subsequent time during the same browser session.
NOTE: If you disable cookies in your browser, you will not be able to access any of Apollo Global's secured Web sites.
IP (Internet Protocol) Address
This is the address of a computer attached to a TCP/IP network. Every client and server station must have a unique IP address. Client workstations have either a permanent address or one that is dynamically assigned for each dial-up session. IP addresses are written as four sets of numbers separated by periods; for example, 188.8.131.52.