The personal information AJPP collects will depend on how you are using the AJPP website. We may collect certain non-personally identifiable information, such as the type of browser you are using (e.g., Netscape, Internet Explorer), and the type of operating system you are using (e.g., Windows or Mac). To create an account with AJPP, we collect your name, e-mail address, username, and password, as well as other information you may fill in. In addition, we may collect personally identifiable information through correspondence you send to us. However, unless you provide us with personally identifiable information, you remain anonymous to us other than by association with an internet protocol address or other authentication mechanism.
We use the personal information collected in ways that are compatible with the purposes for which it was intended to be used: to enable your use of the AJPP database; to create your AJPP account; to respond to your inquiries; for system administration, customer support, and troubleshooting purposes; for product service announcements; for sending newsletters to those who subscribe; to improve the design of our website; to enable us to enforce our Terms and Conditions of Use; and in aggregate form, to track and analyze site usage. AJPP will take reasonable steps to ensure that personal information is relevant to its intended use, accurate, complete, and current.
AJPP does not sell or share personal information about or the individual users unless required to do so by law or if we believe in good faith that such action is necessary to comply with the law or a legal proceeding, to protect against violations of our Terms and Conditions of Use, or to protect and defend our rights and property or the rights and property of publishers selling content through the service;
AJPP may change the Terms and Conditions of Use, or any aspect of AJPP, at any time. The Registered User will have the option to renew registration with the revised Terms and Conditions. All versions of Terms and Conditions will be available on our website until deemed necessary.
By using our website, you consent to the collection and use, in accordance with this policy, of the information you provide to us. We will remove you and your personally identifiable information from our database or refrain from using your personally identifiable information in connection with certain services on request if you contact us with your request at email@example.com. Please note that this may prevent you from accessing the AJPP database.
We protect your personal information from unauthorized access and disclosure through the use of passwords, physical security measures, managerial measures, and encryption. We nonetheless recognize that third parties may obtain access to information through unlawful actions, and thus do not promise that your information always will remain private, despite our efforts and the importance we place on maintaining your privacy. In addition, we do not claim any responsibility for information collected by or from websites linking to or from AJPP.
If you would like to review or update your information, you may contact us using the contact information below. We will take reasonable steps to permit you to correct, amend, or delete information that is demonstrated to be inaccurate. You will need to provide sufficient identifying information, such as your name and e-mail address and possible additional identifying information as a security precaution. We may limit or deny access to personal information where providing such access would be unreasonably burdensome or expensive under the circumstances, or as otherwise permitted by the Safe Harbor Principles.
Any claim arising out of or relating to our adherence to the Safe Harbor Principles, or the breach thereof, that cannot be resolved through our internal processes will be settled by arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its applicable commercial rules. Any arbitrator will be either an attorney or retired judge having significant and recognized experience with and knowledge of privacy issues and information technology. The arbitration panel should apply New York law, without regard to its conflict of laws principles, as well as the Safe Harbor Enforcement Principles issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce. In addition, the exclusive location for such arbitration will be New York, New York. All decisions of the arbitration panel will be final and binding on the parties, which waive any right to further appeal the arbitration award, to the extent an appeal may be lawfully waived.