- ADA Contact Information
- Information We May Collect About You
- How We May Use Information We Collect
- Your Rights
- More About Our Privacy Practices
- Changes, Comments and Questions
ADA Contact Information
Via postal address: ADA Department of Testing Services, 211 E. Chicago Avenue, Suite 600, Chicago, IL 60611-2637
Via e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Information We May Collect About You
The information we collect via this area of ADA.org is used to process test applications, report test scores, and for research purposes related to the DAT. The information may also be used to improve our services to you and the content of the Web site.
For each visitor to ADA.org, our Web server automatically recognizes only the user’s domain name, but not the e-mail address (where possible). We collect the domain name and internet protocol (IP) address of visitors to ADA.org, aggregate information on what pages users access or visit, user-specific information on what pages users access or visit, and information volunteered by users. We may use this information for the purpose of understanding Web site usage and improving Web site performance.
How We May Use Information We Collect
Whenever the ADA conducts research using personally identifiable data, that research is reviewed by an institutional review board to ensure protection of your interests. Results and information relating to such research include only summary or aggregate data reported in such a way that individuals cannot be identified.
Unless authorized by you and except as provided herein, we will not give or sell your e-mail address, contact information or other personal information to any third party.
The ADA reserves the right to use personal information in its databases to confirm your identity for test administration purposes or in relation to unauthorized use of ADA services, networks or intellectual property. The ADA may provide your personal information to government agencies or others as necessary to comply with the law or in response to legal or administrative processes such as subpoenas. The ADA may also use your personal information to give notice to you in relation to any unauthorized use of ADA services, networks or intellectual property. In addition, the ADA may release your personal information as permitted by law in the unlikely event ADA deems release necessary to protect the health and safety of its customers or others, or to legally protect ADA, its customers or service providers.
On request we provide site visitors with access to the contact information that we may maintain about them (e.g., name, address, phone number, e-mail address and identification numbers).
On request we also offer visitors the ability to update or correct inaccuracies in contact information or unique identifiers.
You may also contact us if you believe your information is being used for purposes other than those for which it was originally collected.
More About Our Privacy Practices
With respect to other Web sites and servers: ADA.org contains links to other Web sites. We have no control over and take no responsibility for the privacy practices or content of those sites.
With respect to security: We use industry-standard encryption technologies when transferring and receiving consumer data exchanged with our site. When we transfer and receive certain types of sensitive information such as financial information, we redirect visitors to a secure server and will notify visitors through a pop-up screen on our site. We have appropriate security measures in place in our physical facilities to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information that we have collected from you at our site. When users choose to make payments via credit cards, we submit the information needed to obtain payment to the appropriate clearinghouses. We do not store or reuse this credit card information, unless you have given your authorization for us to do so.