The International Aspergirl® Society (IAS) recognizes the premium you place on privacy protection on the Internet. Administration for the IAS shares the same concerns as you!! Working together, we strive to protect your privacy.

The IAS does not collect personally identifiable information about users of the IAS website (“Users”) except when such individuals specifically provide such information on a voluntary basis. A User’s access to and use of the IAS website constitutes information voluntarily given by the User.

Use of Personal Information

Personally identifiable information of individual Users will not be sold or otherwise transferred to unaffiliated third parties without the User’s prior consent. The IAS stores the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your computer when you visit our website. This information is only used to create broad demographic summaries of where our Users come from: for example, we know what percentage of Users come from the United States, but our use of the IP addresses does not include identifying who those users actually are.

The IAS reserves the right to perform statistical analyses and profiling of User behaviour and characteristics in order to measure interest in and use of the various areas of the site.

Voluntary Disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information on Bulletin Boards, Chat Rooms, and other Interactive Areas (collectively referred to as “Interactive Areas”)

Subscribers and Users should be aware that when they voluntarily disclose personally identifiable information (for example, user name, e-mail address) on the bulletin boards or chat areas of the IAS, that information, along with any substantive information disclosed in the User’s communication, can be collected and correlated and used by third parties and may result in unsolicited messages from third parties. Such activities are beyond the control of the IAS and makes no warranties about the discoverability of members’ identity by methods beyond our control.

Cookie Technology

The IAS may employ cookie technology to allow Users to move more quickly through our site. Cookies are small text files a website can use to recognize repeat users and facilitate the user’s ongoing access to and use of the site. Generally, cookies work by assigning a unique number to the user that has no meaning outside the assigning site. They do not come onto a user’s system nor do they pose a threat to a user’s files. However, if a User does not want information collected through the use of cookies, there is a simple procedure in most browsers that allows the user to deny or accept the cookie feature. Please note that cookies may be necessary to provide the User with certain features available on the IAS website