- What is "personally identifiable information"?
- What personally identifiable information we collect about you through our online services?
- Who is collecting the information?
- How the information is used?
- Who do we share the information with?
- Your choices as to collection, use and distribution of your personally identifiable information?
- How you can correct inaccuracies in or update your information?
- What security procedures are in place to protect the loss, misuse or alteration of the information?
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What is "personally identifiable information?"
Personally identifiable information is information that can be used to identify you as a unique individual, such as your name; home, email or other address; telephone number; birth date; credit card number; and similar personal information.
What personally identifiable information do we collect about you through our online services
We collect personally identifiable information about you in a number or different ways through our online Services. Your association may give us personally identifiable information about you to permit us to verify your identity as a person who is entitled to register to use and to continue to use the Services we provide to you and your association. When you register to use Services, we will ask for certain personally identifiable information to confirm your identity as a person authorized to use the Services. This information is required to be complete and accurate at the time it is given, and to be updated so that it is at all times accurate and complete, as a condition of your continued ability to use the Services. Once you have registered to use the Services, whenever you sign in to use the Services your personal identity is known to us. Other personally identifiable information about you may be given to us by the association or you in order to render the Services. For example, we may assist the association in compiling an electronic database of members of the association, or posting an online directory of members. You may give your credit card number to us through the Services in order to pay your association's dues or assessments. However, prior to its transmission to our bank or your association's bank, your credit card information is encrypted through the use of secure server software and is then transmitted in this secure and encrypted fashion. Your credit card information is not retained by us. If you send an email message, we will receive your email address and any other personally identifiable information you may include in that message.
Who is collecting the information
How is the information used
We use your personally identifiable information that we collect through your use of the Services to provide the Services, and to help us improve our Services. We may share anonymous information, or information that is "aggregated," to better understand the users of our Services and enhance or improve our Services, but we will do so only in a manner that does not personally identify you. We may use your personally identifiable information to send you messages about the Services.
Who do we share the information with
How you can correct inaccuracies in or update your information
What security procedures are in place to protect the loss, misuse or alteration of the information
Access to the Services, including to databases containing personally identifiable information, is password protected. Any personal information that you have posted in any portion of the Services (e.g. a message board) should be accessible only by the association, us, other members and other authorized Users of the Services. It is the responsibility of each User to protect the User's password. Do not divulge it to anyone. Log off your computer or close your browser window to ensure that others cannot access your password. We use industry-standard software, hardware and other measures, to protect the confidentiality, security and quality of information we collect, and to protect it from unauthorized access or disclosure or accidental loss, alteration or destruction. Due to the nature of the Internet and computer security, we cannot warrant or guarantee that security will never be breached.