Privacy Policy

PRIVACY POLICY STATEMENT

The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to its website. The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse collects broad demographic data from the The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse website through its IP address log.  In addition to demographic information, The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse may collect and process personal data that is submitted voluntarily to The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse in connection with our services.  Personal data is information, such as a name, street address, telephone number or e-mail address, which identifies or can identify a unique individual.  Examples of instances where The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse may collect and process personal data include submission of forms and information requests through the The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse website; when The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse is contacted via electronic mail or in writing; when issues regarding the operation of the The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse website are reported to us; and similar voluntary submissions of personal data.

From time to time, The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse may use submitted personal data to send automated email messages to registered users regarding our services. These email messages may contain embedded features to track whether a user has received and is able to open the message. Users may opt out of receiving such email marketing messages at any time by sending a message with “Unsubscribe” in the subject line to info@cadna.com.

The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse does not sell or license personal data under any circumstances.   The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse treats all personal data that it receives as confidential, and will not intentionally disclose any personal data to third parties except (i) pursuant to subpoena or order from a court or government agency having jurisdiction; (ii) to affiliate companies and/or our contractors as necessary and appropriate for purposes of providing services to or on behalf of the affected parties; or (iii) in connection with the sale or acquisition of The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse or a portion of the The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse business.

The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse uses up-to-date security procedures and protocols to protect against unauthorized access of the personal data we receive.  However, The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse does not guarantee that any information transmitted over the Internet will be completely secure, or that any information we receive will never be disclosed unintentionally.  The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse is not responsible or liable for unauthorized access to, or inadvertent disclosure of, any information disclosed to us over the Internet.  Transmission of any information to The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse over the Internet is at the transmitter’s risk.

The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse use of ‘cookies’ is limited. In accordance with applicable law, the The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse website only uses cookies to anonymously track users’ online navigation patterns and to facilitate automated activity. Cookies are not used to collect or distribute personal information about users via the Internet or to analyze any information that users have knowingly or unknowingly provided.

Visitors to the The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse website agree to accept the terms and practices set forth in this privacy statement. Changes or updates to this privacy policy will be posted in this space. Additionally, The Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse will notify all registered users of privacy policy changes via email.

For additional information on our privacy policy, please contact us at info@cadna.org

 

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