Texas Beefhouse respects the privacy of users who visit its website. No effort is made to identify individuals without their knowledge. The following policies are in effect for all of the Web pages owned and/or operated by Texas Beefhouse:
When a visitor requests pages from Texas Beefhouse or its subsidiaries' Web sites, our Web servers automatically record the visitors’ browser's domain name, and IP address, operating system, browser type and version as well as the referring URL. Our servers do not record email addresses. We collect this data in order to aggregate information on what pages users access or visit. This information is collected solely for statistical purposes and is not used to personally identify individuals. If subpoenaed by a court of law, Texas Beefhouse and its subsidiaries may provide any and all information as requested by the designated court authority.
From time to time, we may ask users to voluntarily and knowingly provide their email address or mailing address for the purpose of a survey or to provide additional services. For example, subscribing to print publications or information about trade shows. Whenever the identity of a visitor is recorded, we will clearly indicate the purpose of the request before the information is requested.
From time to time, Texas Beefhouse, its subsidiaries or advertisers may send a cookie to your computer. This information is collected for statistical purposes, or to enhance your experience with the associated Web site. Texas Beefhouse does not collect information to be sold or distributed to any outside parties.
Texas Beefhouse maintains a strict "anti-spam" policy in full compliance with the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003. Your email address will not be sold to a third-party if you sign up for one of our email newsletters ("e-newsletters") or discussion lists. If you sign up for an e-newsletter or discussion list at a Texas Beefhouse site, you will receive only the e-newsletter or discussion list you have requested. You may receive, on occasion, an offer to sign up for a new e-newsletter or discussion list, but you will not receive additional e-newsletters or discussion list mailings unless you specifically request them. This is known as "Opt-In" rather than "Opt-Out".