Privacy Policy

Thank you for your interest in Watson (“we”, “us” and/or “our”).  This Privacy Policy discloses our approach to privacy and how your personal information is collected.  Your use of any of our websites or your interaction with us on social media platforms (collectively, our “Media”) constitutes your acceptance of this Privacy Policy and your consent to the practices it describes.  

Where this Privacy Policy refers to “our websites”, it collectively refers to and means “watsonlandcompany.com”, “watsonipc.com” and any other website we come to own or operate in the future. Where this Privacy Policy refers to our use of “social media

platforms”, it means our Twitter (Twitter@WatsonLandCo), Instagram

(Instagram@Watsonlandcompany), Linked In and Facebook account, and any other social media platforms we establish a presence on in the future. When we reference interaction on a social media platform, we refer only to our interaction (as a user of such platform) with your interaction (as another user of the platform).  We do not manage, operate or have any control over the privacy policies and practices of social media platforms.  Therefore, we strongly advise you to read the privacy policy of the social media platforms you use.   

Information We Collect About You

Our Media is largely informational.  We do not collect any personally identifiable information unless you voluntarily provide it. For example, if you respond to one of our social media platform feeds your social media handle will be identifiable and you may choose to voluntarily provide other personally identifiable information in your response.

As is the case when you visit most websites, to administer our websites and for a better experience when using our websites, your visit triggers the automatic logging of certain anonymous information about your computer system called “Log Data”.  Log Data may include information such as the type and version of browser you use, the pages of our websites you visit, the time spent on those pages, your server name, your “IP” (Internet Protocol) address and other statistics.  When your web browser or email application requests a web page or email from another computer using the Internet, it automatically gives that computer the “address” where it should send the information – – your computer’s “IP” address.  This IP address does not contain any personally identifiable information and we cannot reasonably link an IP address with a particular individual or household. 

As explained below, we also use cookie technology and Google Analytics on our websites.  

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