Personal Identifying Information
IMAAM may collect personal identifying information from users in a variety of ways. Some ways in which we may collect personal information include, but are not limited to, the following:
Users may be asked for an email address, name, phone number, mailing address or other information. If users voluntarily enter this information, they understand that it can be stored by IMAAM. Users always have the right to refuse to supply personally identifiable information; however, users understand that refusal may prevent them from engaging in various site-related activities.
Non-Personal Identification Information
IMAAM reserves the right to collect non-personal identification information about various users when they interact with the IMAAM website. Non-personal identification information may include a user’s online browser name, as well as the type of computer used, and technical information regarding how users connect to our website, such as the operating system, as well as the Internet service providers utilized, as well as other similar information.
Disclosure of Personal Information
IMAAM has a policy that prohibits the disclosure of personal information to any third party. On the other hand, in the event that we are requested to provide information by law enforcement officials or as the result of a court order, we may be required to provide information to certain parties by law. If this occurs, IMAAM will comply with court orders and US laws in this regard.
Protection of Personal Information
IMAAM takes every reasonable precaution to safeguard our clients’ personal information against loss, misuse, or theft. We put in place security measures for the purposes of guarding against unauthorized access, alternation of your personal information and intellectual property, or disclosure. We ask that users of the IMAAM website also safeguard their personal information by entering this information only when requested by IMAAM. We are not responsible for information provided to third-party vendors or others who may request such user data.
If a user leaves IMAAM’s website, we are not responsible for the use of personal information on third-party sites. Users should read and abide by the privacy policies of those sites to determine how their personal information will be used.
IMAAM abides by the “safe harbor” frameworks of the US Department of Commerce with regards to information collected from international users.