Privacy Policy

When you become a customer of AATI, you can trust that we will protect your information. This policy explains how we maintain your privacy and continue to earn your trust.

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Privacy Policy

AATI's policy is to respect and protect the privacy of our users. AATI will never willfully disclose individually identifiable information about its customers to any third party without first receiving that customer's permission. This policy statement tells you how we collect information from you and how we use it.

There are cases where AATI may ask you for personal information, such as your name or address. We only do this when you register for mailing lists or services that require registration. AATI needs to collect this information for ensuring your satisfaction in browsing our web site, tracking or verifying compliance with AATI policies as well as federal, state and local laws and/or for editorial and feedback solicitation purposes. When we intend to use your personal information, we tell you up front. This way you can decide whether you want to give us the information or not. For example, we may want to send you materials via email or regular mail at your request. In case you change your mind or some personal information may change, we will endeavor to provide a way to correct, update or remove the personal data you give us.

Use of cookies

There has been an increase in the use of cookies on the WWW during the last three years and it is an area that, rightly or wrongly, concerns many people. On your first visit to AATI site, a "cookie" may be sent to your computer from the AATI server. A cookie is a file that stores a personal preference file so that the originating server recognizes you as a unique user. It cannot tell us that you are "Person A" from Location A. We use cookies to track user trends and patterns and to service your account in a personal manner. This helps us better understand and improve areas of the AATI web site that our users find valuable - you know the pages that people go back to time and time again and the ones that people look at once. While this activity depends on the use of a "cookie," visitors to a AATI web site always have the option of disabling cookies via their browser preferences. Note that all modern browsers, version 4 and above of both Netscape Navigator and MS Explorer have cookies turned on as a default. However, note that some parts of a AATI web site may not function properly if you refuse a cookie. What cookies cannot do is read your hard drive or sell your secrets to another organization. A cookie can only be read by the organization that sets it.

Links to other sites

Users should be aware that when you are on AATI's web site, you could be directed to other sites that are beyond our control. There are links to other sites from AATI pages that take you outside our service. For example, if you "click" on a link in an article item, the "click" takes you off the AATI web site. This includes links from partners that may use AATI logos as part of a co-branding agreement. These other sites may send their own cookies to users, collect data, or solicit personal information. While AATI strives to protect its user's personal information and privacy, we cannot guarantee the security of any information you disclose online and you do so at your own risk. AATI policy does not extend to anything that is inherent in the operation of the Internet, and therefore beyond AATI control and is not to be applied in any manner contrary to applicable law or governmental regulation. We reserve the right at our discretion to make changes to this policy at any time. Please check this page periodically for changes.