Information Provided by You
JJA’s website collects certain personal information about you whenever you voluntarily provide it, such as when you send an email to JJA to ask a question, to provide feedback, or complete an online form to request information about JJA. The personal information that you provide can include your name, title, company, email and US mail addresses, and your telephone and fax numbers. JJA uses this information provided by you to answer your question, to respond to your feedback and provide the information you request. JJA may also provide other information to you that we think may be relevant to your question or request. This information is not sold or provided to third parties for their use. However, if we believe that your question or information request relates to one of our related entities, we may forward your question or information request to such entity for it to respond. We also may disclose personal information to comply with valid legal processes such as a search warrant, subpoena, or court order, or to protect our rights and property. We do not sell or provide this personal information to third parties for their use.
Website Usage Information
JJA collects IP addresses and domain names and aggregates them for system administration and to monitor the use of JJA’s website. We cannot use this technical information to identify you personally. JJA uses this website usage information to measure the number of visits to our sites, the average time spent, the number of pages viewed, and to monitor various other site statistics. This monitoring helps us evaluate how our visitors use and navigate our websites, so that we can improve the content we provide. JJA does not share these statistics with outside parties.
JJA may store some information commonly known as a “cookie” on your computer when you look at JJA website. JJA is able to read these cookies for information purposes when you revisit JJA’s website. The type of information collected includes the IP address, the date and time the PC visited the website, what parts of our website were looked at and whether the web pages requested were delivered successfully. This information is anonymous; it represents a computer rather than a person. Cookie information is used to improve JJA’s knowledge of JJA’s website and to enable JJA to be able to ascertain whether the website is operating at an optimal level. This allows us to enhance our web offerings to you and to provide an enjoyable and an innovative online experience.
Information security is important to JJA. JJA will take reasonable steps necessary to protect the information that is provided. We continually review our security procedures and mechanisms to ensure that reasonable protections are in place.
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JJA is committed to protecting the privacy needs of children. JJA encourages parents and guardians to take an active role in their children’s online activities and interests. JJA does not knowingly collect information from children under the age of 13 and JJA does not target its websites to children under 13.
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