Welcome To The Asian American Bar Association of Houston
You can browse the Website without telling AABA who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself. However, once you give AABA your personal information and establish a user account ("User ID"), you are no longer anonymous to AABA. If you choose to provide AABA with personal information, you consent to the transfer and storage of that information to AABA's servers.
AABA may, without limitation, collect and store the following personal information:
All personal information collected by AABA shall be the proprietary property of AABA. To the extent any information collected by AABA does not become the proprietary property of AABA upon collection, by operation of law or otherwise, you hereby agree to grant to AABA, without further consideration from AABA, all right, title and interest to such information.
The AABA's primary purpose in collecting personal information is to provide you with a safe, smooth, efficient, and customized experience. You agree that AABA may use your personal information to:
4. AABA's Disclosure of Your Information
AABA may disclose personal information to respond to legal requirements, enforce AABA's policies, respond to claims that a posting or other content violates the rights of others, or protect anyone's rights, property, or safety.
AABA may also share your personal information with:
5. Activity Associated with User IDs
Your User ID is displayed throughout the Website and is therefore available to the public. Some of your activities on the Website may be traceable to your User ID. For example, other people will be able to see any information you post to the website, including, without limitation, your profile information. Notices are sent to other Website users regarding suspicious activity and policy violations on the Website and refer to User IDs and specific postings. Therefore, if you associate your name with your User ID, the people to whom you have revealed your name to will be able to personally identify your AABA activities.
6. Using Information from AABA
The Website enables you to share personal information in order to communicate with others. AABA encourages you to respect the privacy of other users. AABA cannot guarantee the privacy or security of your information and therefore AABA encourages you to evaluate the privacy and security policies of other users before entering into a communication and choosing to share your information. When users are directly involved in a communication, they may have access to certain personal information, including, without limitation, the other party's name, User ID, email address, and other contact information.
You agree to use other users' information only for:
AABA uses "cookies" (small files placed on your hard drive) on certain pages of the Website to help analyze AABA's web page flow, customize the Services, measure promotional effectiveness, and promote trust and safety.
A few important things you should know about cookies are that:
8. No spam, spyware or spoofing
9. Account Protection
Your password is the key to your account. Use unique numbers, letters, and special characters and do not disclose your AABA password to anyone. If you share your password or your personal information with others, remember that you are responsible for all actions taken in the name of your account. If you lose control of your password, you may lose substantial control over your personal information and may be subject to legally binding actions taken on your behalf. Therefore, if your password has been compromised for any reason, you should immediately notify AABA and change your password.
10. Accessing, Reviewing and Changing Your Personal Information
AABA treats data as an asset to be protected. Nevertheless, it is still possible that third parties may unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private communications, and other users may abuse or misuse your personal information that they collect from the Website. Therefore, AABA does not promise, and you should not expect, that your personal information or private communications will always remain private.
12. Third Parties