Your privacy concerns are important to DAS. This Policy is designed to provide you with the information you need to control your personal information.
2. We collect Personally Identifying Information only if you voluntarily provide it on the website. If you do not wish to provide some or all of the information requested on a screen, or if you have concerns about maintaining the confidentiality of any information, do not provide it. DAS reserves the right to not grant you an account should you choose not to provide your Personally Identifying Information.
3. We may request general information, such as your State and zip code, in order to better serve you and for statistical purposes. For convenience, this information may be stored on your hard drive in a “cookie file.” If you wish to block or delete such files, most browsers provide a method for doing so. This type of general information, as well as information concerning the websites from which users visit our site, and other similar information, may be provided to third parties in aggregate form.
4. We reserve the right to use, without Personally Identifying Information, any questions, comments or other information submitted by users in books, articles, commentaries, research or similar ways. Users may be identified by user name.
6. We will use Personally Identifying Information provided by you for the purpose for which it is given to us. For example, to respond to a request for further information, or to have a representative contact you at your request. It also may be used by us, or by entities with which we contract, for transmission of newsletters and advertisements in which you may be interested, and for such other purposes that are disclosed at the time the information is given. If you receive information that you do not wish to receive, please contact us or follow the instructions for removing your name from the circulation list for that item.
7. DAS’s policy is that the Website may be used only by individuals over the age of 18, and we urge parents to supervise their children’s use of the Website. We do not collect any information from children. However, if a parent learns that a child has submitted Personally Identifying Information to our website, the parent should contact us and that information will be deleted.
8. In making your decision whether to provide Personally Identifying Information, you should be aware of the general risks of transmitting information over the Internet. Our Website generally does use encryption for login, updating Personal Identifying Information, registration, and credit card processing and billing areas. While DAS attempts, to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing our files or tampering with our Website, we cannot guarantee that these efforts will always be successful or that your information will not be lost, misused or altered. DAS is not responsible for any breach of security or any action by a third party that receives the information.