1. Security of Your Personal Information
ECCJ is committed to protecting the personal information you shared with us. Personal information is information about you that is personally identifiable like your name, address, email address, phone number, or numbers or signs assigned to users.
2. Collection of Your Personal Information
When ECCJ collects any personal information on our website, we will express our need for the personal data at the point of collection.
3. Uses of Personal Information
We use your personal information only for information-collecting purpose. We will use your personal information only when;
*We obtain consent from users
*We protect physical safety of users
*We decide that it is necessary to use the information for some reason.
4. Disclosure of Personal Information
We may disclose your personal information in response to legal process, in case of defending rights, properties, of ECCJ, our website and users and protecting safety and interests of ECCJ, our website, users and third parties.
Cookies are pieces of data stored on the user's hard drive containing information about the user. Cookies benefit the user by requiring login only once, thereby saving time while on our web site.
Cookies make it possible for us to identify registered users without needing to ask for registration details every time you access our site. Using cookies makes accessing our site more convenient as you don't need to remember you username and password each time you enter.
Cookies will typically contain the name of the domain from which the cookie has come. But we cannot identify you personally in this way.
We prohibit the following acts in in registration form
1. Act to conduct false declaration and notification, such as registering the e-mail address of others.
2. Acts targeted at marketing activities or profits, or acts in preparation for this.
3. Acts that will or may jeopardize the name or credit of a third party or ECCJ.
4. Acts of using or providing harmful programs, such as computer viruses, or any actions that potentially could result in any of the foregoing.
5. Acts that violates or may violate laws, regulations or municipal rules ,or any other acts ECCJ deems inappropriate.