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Our Privacy Policy

ACOP believes that online privacy is a serious matter
We respect your personal information and make sure it is safe and not distributed to other companies or corporations.

What information is collected by the ACOP website?
The ACOP website may collect three different types of information:

Personal Information
By filling out on-line forms or sending e-mail you are consenting to send us your personal information such as name, address, phone number etc.

Browsing Information
Information on how you visit our site may be collected and stored. This information may include the length of your visit, date and time of visit, the pages you looked at etc. It doesn't include any personal information. This data is used to help us better design our website.

Passive Information
Portions of our site may use "cookie" technology to better tailor the site to your needs. A cookie is a small file that resides in your temporary folder. It is our policy to use these cookies only for the duration of your Internet Explorer session. The information stored tends to be used for login procedures (if applicable to this site) or to support Browsing Information.

How we use your information
Your information is used for the main purpose of contact data. It provides us with the ability to contact you via different methods of communication. ACOP does not resell private information to other 3rd party corporations. We use personal information to maintain relationships with our readers through communication channels such as e-mail, phones, faxes, and standard mail.

How we protect your information
We secure the data on our systems and recommend you to use security features built into your Internet Browser as well as maintaining the latest updates.

How you can update or remove your information
If you would like to update your information please use our contact page and send us your new data. If you would like your information to be removed please use our contact page and send us a message requesting the removal of your information.