Privacy and Terms2018-10-27T02:21:01+00:00

Privacy Policy

1. Event Technology (“ET”) values the right to privacy for our clients, customers, and visitors to our website (“site.”) This policy outlines how we protect personal, confidential, and proprietary information. This document details our collection, use and disclosure of personal and non-personal data upon accessing our site and associated software.

2. ET will adhere to applicable statutes in determining what is personal and confidential information in this Privacy Policy.

3. Scope
This Privacy Policy covers data collected through the site and does not affect any other data collection or processing, including the data collection practices of any affiliate or third party. We may refer to this Privacy Policy in other forms of communication. For example, we may solicit feedback on an event or one of our services by sending you to a survey-page on the site. This Privacy Policy applies to information collected for these special purposes and may include modifications specific to the request. ET may amend this Privacy Policy at any time.

4. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) harmonizes and modernizes data protection requirements in the EU. Currently, ET does not require or house personal or confidential information directly on the Site’s website server.

5. Contact Information
When you provide ET contact information via direct contact or through the contact form on this site, you agree that ET may communicate and/or initiate communication through the provided information email, phone, or direct mail.

6. Security
ET uses reasonable security measures to help protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of any personal or confidential information within our control. While we strive to protect your information, we cannot guarantee its security. We recognize and acknowledge that no method of transmission over the Internet or electronic storage is completely safeguarded.

We use third-party cloud service providers that provide hosting, data storage and other services who must also adhere to standard terms and conditions. Third-party service provider terms and conditions may be non-negotiable but are required to inform us and/or the general public of the security measures considered adequate for the protection of information. We cannot be held liable, to the fullest extent permitted by law, for damages that may result from the misuse of any information by these companies.

7. Links to Third-Party Sites
ET partners with suppliers and professionals; we are also active in community outreach. We also act as a professional resource and may refer and link to external websites. Upon leaving our site through one of these links, we are not responsible for information collection, use, or disclosures maintained by third-party vendors and/or are not affiliated directly with ET. All associated affiliates or verified partners should refer to this Privacy Policy.

8. Do Not Track Requests
We do not respond to the browser “Do Not Track” (DNT) signal if on a web browser. We do not share any information about your use of the site with third-parties.

Cookie Policy

1. By using or accessing the ET site, you are consenting to ET’s use of cookies.
2. What is a cookie?
“Cookies” are text-only information that a website transfers to an individual’s hard drive or other website-browsing equipment for record-keeping. Cookies allow the site to gather information that makes the site more accessible for the user. A Cookie will typically contain the origin domain and assigned an anonymous numerical designation. Cookies do not carry personal data. Session Cookies are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the site. Persistent Cookies remain in the cookie file of your browser dependent on the lifetime of the specific cookie and how often the user clears cookies on a specific browser.

We use session Cookies to track the total number of visitors, site clicks, and individual page and link clicks. We may also use cookies so your computer can remember our site and customize your ET web experience.

3. How ET uses cookies
We use cookies to improve your online experience, for analytics, marketing, and security purposes.

4. Third-Party Cookies
The ET site uses numerous third-party Cookies. We reserve the right to update at any time and are subject to change.
5. Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to gather data to influence and improve future site usage. Terms and list of specific data points gathered from individuals are determined by Google and Google Analytics and are subject to change. You may opt-out of Google Analytics or determine how your personal data is collected by visiting Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.

Terms of Use

1. Opting Out
At any time you may opt out of receiving correspondence or marketing materials by sending an email to info@et-chicago.com with “Opt Out” in the subject line. Please note, we may still send messages for administrative reasons such as questions with your account, project or event, logistics or other services, as well as payment and invoicing. We will comply with your request immediately if there are no outstanding business or contractual issues and in accordance with applicable laws.

2. General Inquiries and Complaints

2a. General Inquiries
You may contact Event Technology directly via email at info@et-chicago.com, 630.378.8200‬, 10216 Werch Drive, Suite 112, Woodridge IL 60517, or complete the contact form on our contact page.

2b. Complaints
If you believe your data protection rights have been infringed by ET, you have the right to complain to the appropriate data protection supervisory authority in your jurisdiction.

General Company Policies and Procedures

1.Introduction
Event Technology is a premiere service provider in the digital communication industry. ET provides high-tech solutions – consultation, equipment, and creative – for those who want to communicate successfully, efficiently, and creatively.

2.Terms of Service
From initial concept to design to implementation, each project receives a cost estimate, statement of work, and contract.

3.Equipment and Labor
Clients are responsible and financially obligated for lost, stolen, or damaged equipment. ET will be reimbursed for damaged equipment and is indemnified from false accusations of services/equipment not delivered on-time, in working order, etc.

4.Other Liabilities
Change orders, last minute requests, or other occurrences that exceed the Statement of Work and Contract will be billed at market rates.

5.Payment
Payment terms are determined by contract. Payment not received in full incurs additional fines, including processing fees. Late payments may be referred to a collection agency.