Policies on Privacy and Cookies

Updated on June 11, 2014

 

The Afghanistan Law Library (ALL) strives to serve its customers and users with the utmost respect, transparency, and adherence to the privacy policy around the world.  While we collect some information when you register with us, when you subscribe, when you comment, or when you come and visit www.afghanlaws.com, however, we adhere to the following information:

 

The Types of Information Collected:

  1. Personal Information:  This is the information (name, address, email, phone, credit card, etc.) that you provide us when you register to comment, subscribe, participate in contests and special offers, and reader surveys.
  2. Machine Generated Information:  This is the information (not personal but your preferences, usage, IP address, geographic location, browser type, language and other transactional information) gathered by the computer and/or other devices.
    1. Cookies:  A cookie is a small file that a website asks your browser to store. All cookies have expiration dates in them that determine how long they stay in your browser. Cookies can be removed in two ways: automatically, when they expire, or when you manually delete them.We use Session Cookies (temporary cookies that expire and are automatically erased whenever you close the browser.  Session cookies are used to allow you to use the content and enable you to comment.  We do not use Persistent Cookies that have a longer expiration date and will eventually be erased automatically or when you manually delete them (see: www.allaboutcookies.org).
    2. Third parties will also use cookies on our website like Google Analytics  see Google’s privacy policy
  3. ALL’s website may contain links to other sites. ALL is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites. We use an outside ad company to display ads on our site. These ads may contain cookies. While we use cookies in other parts of our Web site, cookies received with banner ads are collected by our ad company, and we do not have access to this information.
  4. The security of any information you provide is important to us. This site employs strict security measures to protect the loss, misuse, unauthorized access, or alteration of the information under our control.

 

Privacy Policy:

ALL periodically will send you emails about our services and products that we think you might be interested.  However, we will also send you instructions how to opt out and unsubscribe if you do not like to receive such emails in the future.
 

The emails send to you will include promotional, survey where we invite you to participate in, and feed back that help us enhance and improve our services to you.
 

We do not share, sell, or exchange your information with anyone unless you have authorized us to do so, de-identified and de-aggregated.  We will not authorize any outside or third party with your email for commercial purposes.
 

We do our utmost to protect and secure your information by using commercially reasonable physical and technical controls from any unauthorized access.  While we assure you that we will employ all that is reasonably necessary to protect your information, no method of transmission over the internet is 100% secure or protected.
 

You also agree and consent to ALL’s Terms of Usage of Service, a copy of which you should review by clicking here.

 

Policy Changes:

At times we will amend this Policy on Privacy and Cookies.  Any such amendments and modifications will be posted on this page.  We will, however, inform you in advance both via email and posting on this page, if we make substantial change or modification to the usage of your personal information.

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