Privacy Policy

General Statement of Privacy

APSCU is committed to respecting your privacy and protecting any personally identifiable information that you provide to APSCU. Except as indicated below, APSCU will not sell, rent, or share any personally identifiable information that you provide without your consent.

Collection of Non-Personally Identifiable Information

Our web servers automatically capture non-personally identifiable information including, but limited to, your domain name, the IP address of the web page from which you enter our site, the pages that you visit on our site, the click-through rates, and the amount of time you spend here. However, the individual user will remain anonymous. We may use and analyze this data for trends and to improve our site. Any non-personally identifiable information that we give to third parties will be provided in aggregate form only.

Collection of Personally Identifiable Information

When you engage in activities such as registering for events, you may be required to submit personal information to APSCU. This information will include data such as your name, company name, address, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address. If you choose not to provide the information requested by APSCU, you may continue to visit the site, but you may be unable to access certain offers, services, or secure pages. 

APSCU will not provide any personally identifiable information to any third parties without your consent. However, APSCU reserves the right to provide personally identifiable information to third parties if APSCU reasonably believes that this release of information is necessary (1) to comply with legal requirements or legal process, (2) to protect and defend the rights or property of APSCU, or (3) to protect the other users of the site or the public.

Bulletin Board

You understand and agree that APSCU is not responsible for any information you provide on a bulletin board or other open forums and recognize that others may collect and use any information you provide.

Privacy With Respect to Minors

APSCU does not knowingly collect or use information from children under the age of 13 without the consent of a parent or guardian.

Cookies

When you visit our website, we may place a cookie on your computer that will allow us to track your visit to our site and help us to improve the site. The cookies will not provide APSCU with any personally identifiable information about you.

Other Websites and Links

APSCU's website contains links to other websites. If you choose to use any of these links, you will be leaving APSCU's website and going to a new website. Protection of your privacy at these linked sites will be governed by the privacy policy at that site. You should take the time to read the privacy policies at these sites. Unless otherwise explicitly stated, APSCU is not responsible for the privacy practices of such sites or the use of any information you provide.

Security

If you send APSCU credit card information, APSCU will encrypt this information between your computer and our server. Other information you send to this site, including e-mail messages, will not be encrypted unless we advise you otherwise.

Although our site has industry-standard security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control, APSCU cannot guarantee complete security.

International User

Irrespective of your domicile or place of doing business, by using this website you agree that APSCU may collect, use, and transfer your information as described in this Privacy Policy Statement.

Changes to Policy

This policy may change over time. Your continued use of the site after these changes are posted constitutes your agreement to the changes with regard to information collected.

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