At Adam2.org, we respect the right you have over your personal
information and to whom it is given. Therefore, any information
you submit to Adam2.org will remain in our strictest of
confidence. It will not be used in ways other than to that
you have given consent. Below are some of the ways that information is
REDISTRIBUTION TO THIRD PARTIES:
No information you share directly with Adam2.org is
ever sold or distributed to any third party, for any reason,
including our online subscriber data lists and e-mail addresses.
Should this need arise, you will be personally contacted with
the details of the request for your specific approval. However,
we do partner with several affiliates for their quality content,
such as our Free Email & Websites features, etc. During your
application for those additional services we offer through our
affiliates, you will be presented with their policies for your
approval before continuing.
INFORMATION COLLECTED THROUGH YOUR BROWSER DURING YOUR VISIT:
As with all sites and servers, specific data as to how you
arrived at our Site
(referring server, etc.) is collected,
evaluated for better Site service, and safeguarded in the
same manner as that you personally submit. This data does not
identify you personally, nor do we have need of that information
beyond what you knowingly are willing to share.
COLLECTION AND STORAGE OF
use at our Site is employed only in instances where they
provide us visit stats for better management and for better user
navigation during their unique session with us. e.g.: once-only popups
for promotional items, for the use of My Mail
, etc. Among other
user-session benefits, this prevents the nuisance of the user from
having to re-login when exiting and re-entering a restricted page on
our Site. In addition to our occassional instances of their use, our
associates use them to track the different types of visits
(unique, reloads, etc.) to
our Site for better service in our agreement. Again, in no
instance do these obtain from you during your visit any
personal information without your knowledge or permission.
To learn more about Internet Privacy, current legislation, and your personal privacy rights, visit
The Center For Democracy & Technology.