Terms of Service
We collect no personal information about you when you visit this Web site, unless otherwise stated or unless
you choose to provide this information to us. However, we collect and store certain information automatically. What we collect and store automatically is: The Internet Protocol (IP) address of the domain from which you access the Internet (whether yours individually or provided as a proxy by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) The date and time you access our site The pages you peruse (recorded by the text and graphics files that compose that page) And, the Internet address of the Web site from which you linked directly to our site. We use the summary statistics to help us make our site more useful to visitors, such as assessing what information is of most and least interest to visitors, and for other purposes such as determining the site's technical design specifications and identifying system performance or problem areas. This information is NOT shared with anyone beyond the support staff to this Web site, except when required by law enforcement investigation or public record disclosure laws, and is used only as a source of anonymous statistical information.
Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center does not support, condone, or tolerate Spam and strictly enforces the terms of its Usage Agreement. Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center Usage Agreement prohibits the use of the accounts to send unsolicited bulk e-mail. It is Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center policy to terminate any accounts used in this way.
What is SPAM?
Contents of Messages: Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center does not, and cannot, monitor, censor or edit the contents of Users' e-mail messages. Users alone are responsible for the contents of their messages, and the consequences of any such messages. User agrees that it will not use Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center for chain letters, junk mail, "spamming", solicitations (commercial or non-commercial) or any use of distribution lists to any person who has not given specific permission to be included in such a process. User further agrees not to use Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center to send any messages or material that are
unlawful, harassing, libelous, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable material of any kind or nature or that encourages conduct that could constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability or otherwise violate any applicable local, state, national or international law or regulation. Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center reserves the right to terminate any User's account if it becomes aware and determines, in its sole discretion, that such User is violating any of the foregoing guidelines. It is Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center policy to respect the privacy of its Users.
Spam is the unsolicited transmission of bulk e-mail and/or the posting of off-topic messages to Usenet newsgroups or other Internet lists, instant messaging systems and chat rooms. While Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center encourages members to share our program with others the company does not condone any form of spamming. This includes:
- Unsolicited E-mail: An e-mail message sent to anyone with whom you do not have a personal or professional relationship, or who has not specifically requested information, is considered spamming.
- Newsgroups/Message Boards/Bulletin Boards: Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center anti-spamming policy expressly forbids
posting to sites not related to business opportunities, and where information about our program is banned either by description or name. Misleading messages sent or posted to potential referrals are considered spamming. So are messages or posts unrelated to discussion topics from members
- Chat Room Solicitations: Any and all solicitations posted in chat rooms or through instant messaging services are defined as spam.
- Opt-In Lists: Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center does not condone the use of Opt-In Lists. This is for your protection. The addresses on such lists are often outdated, or may have been compiled without permission. If Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center learns a member has used an Opt-In List, that member will be terminated.
- Non-Internet Spam: The distribution of printed materials on private property or where otherwise prohibited goes against Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center anti-spamming policy.
- Safeguard: Before posting any Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center material to a site or newsgroup, check its Terms of Service or FAQ's for specific rules. If you are not sure if these rules allow you to share the Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center rk message, check with firstname.lastname@example.org before posting any information about our program.
THINGS A USER CAN DO IN Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center TO PREVENT SPAM
- Upon verification, delete the e-mail account that is associated with spam.
- Add e-mail address to spam database (list available for public viewing)
- Respond to the complaint.
- Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center will terminate your membership if you SPAM and make you ineligible for any new membership.
Employ the following mechanisms to fight spam:
- Install an SMTP server, which prevents hackers from using our service to relay spam messages to people.
- Have an outgoing address limit to prevent spammers from using our service to send messages out to users. Limit addresses to 25 per message and 100 addresses per day. Once this sender reaches the address limit, s/he receives an error message.
- Have an Address Blocking feature that allows users the ability to prevent unwanted e-mails by controlling who can and cannot send the user e-mails. The user can choose to receive mail from addresses in their Address Book and from addresses to whom they have sent mail or the user