Privacy Policy

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Introduction

We are committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Statement applies to the asa-users.org site and governs data collection and usage.

Collection of personal information

Registration is not required merely to browse asa-users.org but is required to contribute content or edit existing content. When registering you are asked to provide minimal personal information. Additional information may be voluntarily provided by completing a personal profile template on your Talk page. You may also deliberately or inadvertently provide personal information in your contributions to articles or discussions or as meta data in files that you upload.

How we use your personal information

We will only use your personal information for the purpose for which you provided it to us and for the efficient operation of the site.

We will not sell or disclose any personal information that you provide to any other person or organization without your written consent unless authorized or required by law.

However you should be aware that any user of asa-users.org (including unregistered individuals anywhere in the world) will be able to read information that you disclose in your Talk page personal profile and in any other content that you provide.

Other content

Any content that you provide to asa-users.org must be in accordance with the licensing statement. Please be aware that such content is liable to change or deletion by other users and (subject to that change or deletion) may remain permanently available on the site, even after you have ceased to be a user.

Cookies

In order to use asa-users.org you must have cookies enabled within your browser. Please note that no personal information is stored within the cookies used by asa-users.org.

A cookie is a data file that is placed on your computer by a webpage server. Cookies are not programs, spyware or viruses and are unable to perform any operation by themselves.

Password security

If you are a registered user you have a responsibility to keep your password secure to avoid misuse by 3rd parties.

Changes to this privacy statement

We may occasionally make adjustments to our privacy statement to reflect changes to the system and in response to customer feedback. As such we suggest you check the Privacy Statement each time you visit this site.  Major changes will be notified on the Home Page.