This website is owned by Icahn Blog LLC (“Icahn”, “we”, “us” or “our”). We value your privacy rights. Please take a moment to review the questions and answers listed below, which describe our privacy practices for this website. By visiting this website and by joining www.carlicahn.com, you consent to these practices.
What Information do We Collect?
Icahn may collect both personally identifiable information about you and non-personal information about your visit when you access our website. The personally identifiable information we collect is limited to information you submit to us. For example, we collect your e-mail address when you choose to join www.carlicahn.com.
The non-personal information we may collect includes the domain name of the site providing you with Internet access, the Internet protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer to the Internet, your browser type and version, the operating system your computer is running and other site visit data such as the pages you view, information you search for and the average time spent on our website. Much of this information is tracked through log files, which are stored on Icahn’s servers. It is possible this information could be matched with your name or other personally identifiable information.
How is Your Information Used?
Icahn considers the personally identifiable information contained in our business records to be confidential. We will not sell, rent, or share your personally identifiable information without your consent except in accordance with this policy. If you submit your e-mail address or other personally identifiable information or communications to us when joining www.carlicahn.com, we will use this information to communicate with you from time to time. In that connection we may share your information with our affiliates, business partners or others who work for us such as service providers, vendors, contractors and agents.
We use the non-personal information collected about site visits in the aggregate to better understand the entire audience. Aggregate information is anonymous.
To the extent permitted by law, any information we obtain (personal and non-personal), may be disclosed to government authorities or third parties pursuant to a legal request, subpoena or other legal process. We may also use or disclose your information as permitted by law to protect legal rights.
What About Cookies and Web Beacons?
Icahn may use technologies such as cookies and web beacons. A cookie is a piece of information that is sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive. A cookie allows Icahn to determine that a visit has occurred within our site, as well as which pages were viewed. Cookies are not used to identify you and will not collect personal information. You can decide if and how your computer will accept cookies by configuring your preferences option within your web browser. If you choose to decline cookies, however, some of the functionality of this website may be impaired. Web beacons, also known as clear gifs and web bugs, allow us to recognize a cookie on your computer when you view a web page or e-mail. These electronic images help us measure the effectiveness of our e-mail campaigns by, for example, counting the number of individuals who visit our website or the number of individuals who open or act upon an e-mail message.
How Do We Protect Personally Identifiable Information Collected on this Site?
We take reasonable precautions to protect your personal information in our possession from loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction. However, Icahn does not warrant or represent that its level of security meets or exceeds any particular standard. You should keep in mind that no Internet transmission is ever 100% secure or error-free.
What Websites Does This Policy Cover?
What Happens to Your Information if There is a Corporate Change of Control or Sale of Assets?
In the event of a corporate change in control resulting from, for example, a sale to, or merger with, another entity, or in the event of a sale of assets, Icahn reserves the right to transfer your personal information to the new party in control or the party acquiring assets.
Your State Law Privacy Rights
Residents of certain states and jurisdictions have a right to obtain a list of Personal Information that Icahn may have disclosed to affiliates for marketing purposes or to unaffiliated third parties for their own marketing purposes, or as otherwise permitted by the law of such state or jurisdiction. If you are entitled to and desire such information, please contact Icahn and request the general list of information shared and the companies among which it is shared or such other information. This request may be sent electronically to [email protected]. Icahn will respond to these requests for the list and information within 30 days. Written requests may be sent to Icahn Blog LLC, 767 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4700, New York, New York 10153. Requests for this information that come to Icahn through other channels may result in a delayed response.
How Can You Ask Questions or Raise Concerns?
If you have other questions or concerns about our privacy policies or data use, or wish to change your options, e-mail us at [email protected].