Collection of Customer Information
ASLME does not automatically collect any personally identifiable information, such as name, address, or email address, about visitors to the Website. Personally identifiable information about visitors to the Website is collected only when you voluntarily submit it. Some of the information we collect about you is the information you provide so that we can process your subscription or order for information, products, and services available through this Website (collectively, the "Services"). When you subscribe to the Services or place an order, we request certain identifying information (such as your name, billing and shipping address, email address, telephone number, credit card number, and credit card expiration date), so that we can open and maintain your subscription account, or process and fulfill your order.
Disclosure of Customer Information
By logging on to this Website and submitting personal information, you acknowledge and agree that such information is being sent to ASLME in the United States. You also agree that we may release current or past user information (1) internally within our organization to fulfill your order or for marketing to you, and (2) to our affiliates, partners, and subsidiaries. We may provide aggregate statistics about our customers (which don't include personal information ) to third-parties. For example, such aggregate statistics might describe Website usage patterns such as pages viewed, number of visitors, and number of times visited. You further agree that we may share your personal information with third parties for purposes including but not limited to marketing, advertising, or research purposes, but if, at any time, you do not want to receive marketing materials or do not want us to share your personal information with third parties, just send us a message at email@example.com requesting that we stop.
We also reserve the right to release current or past customer information for limited purposes when we believe it is necessary to (i) comply with applicable law, regulations, or a court or administrative order, (ii) enforce the terms governing the use of our Website, or (iii) protect our rights or the rights of other users.
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