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Your privacy on the Internet is important to JM Security. As part of the operation of JM Security, certain pieces of information are gathered about JM Security members. Below are explanations regarding the types of information collected, what is done with it, and how to correct or change the information. What information is collected as part of the JM Security member registration process, the prospective member is asked to provide an e-mail address and interest category selections. The prospective member, at their option, may voluntarily provide additional information, including personal, geographic, and demographic information. In addition to the information provided by members, JM Security may also collect information about JM Security members from third party sources. Furthermore, JM Security net monitors incoming and outgoing Web site traffic data to help diagnose problems with its servers and to administer its Web site. JM Security also uses this data to assemble broad demographic information about its members in general. The purpose of this data collection is to ensure that JM Security members receive only the most relevant, targeted offers and information from JM Security.
JM Security uses “contact us” forms as a way for clients, potential clients, and members to communicate with JM Security. JM Security collects the information supplied by the sender of the “contact us” form in order to establish and maintain relationships with clients, potential clients, and members. JM Security also uses e-mail links located on various pages of the JM Security Web site to allow you to contact JM Security with questions or comments you may have. JM Security welcomes these e-mail communications and makes efforts to respond to these communications where appropriate. E-mail communications and the ideas sent to JM Security in these e-mail communications become the property of JM Security. JM Security uses the e-mail communications to evaluate and improve its services and Web site. JM Security also may save these e-mail communications for future reference or use.
Children’s Online Privacy Protection
The safety of children is important to us. JM Security . Web site is a general audience site and is not directed to children under the age of 18. Similarly, JM Security. net’s services are not directed to nor intended for anyone under the age of 18. JM Security will not knowingly accept members who are under the age of 18 years nor will it knowingly collect or maintain personally identifiable information from or about anyone under the age of 18 years. Accordingly, when registering to become a JM Security member, the new member must certify that they are not under the age of 18. JM Security relies on the truthfulness of this certification when accepting new members. In the event that JM Security receives information that establishes that a member is under the age of 18 years, JM Security reserves the right, which it will exercise, to terminate that member’s membership. JM Security will also delete all information in its databases about that terminated member. If you believe JM Security has any information from or about anyone under 18, please contact us at the following e-mail[email protected]
JM Security will not provide personally identifiable information of a JM Security member to third parties except as noted under “Limits of Confidentiality.” Personally, identifiable information means the member’s name, residence address, e-mail address, Social Security number, or other information from which the member’s identity may be reasonably ascertained. JM Security uses proprietary technologies to preserve the anonymity of members while matching the member’s interests with targeted information sent via e-mail.
JM Security will under no circumstance knowingly reveal any member’s identity to marketers. It is solely at a JM Security member’s discretion if he or she chooses to provide personally identifiable information to a marketer by making a purchase, requesting additional information, or communicating directly with the company or organization after visiting its Web site or otherwise.
Limits of Confidentiality
As part of its day-to-day business activities, JM Security must disclose certain aggregate level information about JM Security members to certain third parties; principally, (1) JM Security ‘ Network Partners, and (2) Marketers who use JM Security network. Below is the information and circumstances under which JM Security may be required to disclose information to third parties.
(1) Network Partners: When a JM Security member registers through the Web site of a Network Partner, JM Security is obligated to disclose to that particular Network Partner the information submitted by the JM Security member during the registration process. In addition to the foregoing information, JM Security may also disclose aggregate level information to the Network Partner about JM Security members who registered through that particular Network Partner’s site. Such aggregate information may include, for example, the number of individuals who registered through the Network Partner’s site; the turnover rate of JM Security members who have registered through the Network Partner’s site; with respect to any particular campaign, the response rates of the JM Security members who registered through the Network Partner’s site; and statistics on the interest categories selected by the JM Security members who have registered through the Network Partner’s site. Subject to the exceptions discussed below, JM Security will not knowingly disclose any personally identifiable information about a JM Security member to a Network Partner unless such personally identifiable information was provided during the registration process through the Network Partner’s Web site.
(2) Marketers: JM Security will disclose aggregate level information about JM Security members to marketers as reasonably necessary to explain the services that JM Security can offer, to report on the advertising campaigns that JM Security undertakes for any particular marketer, and/or to implement and explain campaign strategies. Subject to the exceptions discussed below, JM Security will not knowingly disclose any personally identifiable information about a JM Security member to a marketer. Due to the existing legal, regulatory and security environment, JM Security may be required, under certain circumstances, to disclose aggregate level and/or personally identifiable information about its members. JM Security will use its best efforts to limit such disclosure to the following: where JM Security believes in good faith that it is required to do so in response to a subpoena or other legal process; where reasonably required to do so in order to maintain, update or otherwise implement JM Security data security measures, equipment, technical operations and the like; or where reasonably necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against persons or entities to preserve and/or enforce JM Security rights.
Use of Information
JM Security uses member information to deliver the JM Security services. Thus, member information is used by JM Security in identifying information that may be of interest to its members. A member’s e-mail address will be used by JM Security to contact that member about member-selected interests. JM Security also uses member information to monitor, interpret, analyze, and report campaign results. JM Security does not use member information for purposes unrelated to the services offered by JM Security.
Protection of Member Information
JM Security undertakes substantial efforts to protect the confidentiality of the identity, preferences and other information it has collected about individual members and will never knowingly allow access to this information to anyone outside JM Security other than to the member or as described above under the heading Limits of Confidentiality.
JM Security has made a substantial investment in its server, database, backup, and firewall technologies to protect the information assets of the JM Security , including the confidentiality of information collected about JM Security members. These technologies are deployed as part of a sophisticated security architecture and protocol. You should also do your part in protecting your information. Your JM Security user name and password are confidential and we recommend that you not divulge them to anyone. Unfortunately, neither JM Security network nor data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100 percent secure. As a result, while we strive to protect member information, JM Security cannot ensure or warrant the security of member information. Thus, any information a member transmits to us is done so at the member’s own risk. Once we receive member information, JM Security undertakes substantial efforts to protect the confidentiality of this information consistent with this Policy.