Privacy Policy



Last modified: DECEMBER 20, 2018



PLEASE READ THIS PRIVACY POLICY CAREFULLY. BY VISITING THE SITE, OR COMPLETING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS AND CLICKING THE “SUBMIT” BUTTON, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS PRIVACY POLICY.

IF YOU ARE UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN (18), PLEASE DO NOT GIVE US ANY PERSONAL DATA. IF YOU HAVE REASON TO BELIEVE THAT ANYONE UNDER 18 HAS PROVIDED PERSONAL DATA TO NEWAPC, PLEASE CONTACT US, AND WE WILL ENDEAVOR TO DELETE THAT INFORMATION FROM OUR DATABASES.


NEWAPC may change the Privacy Policy at any time by posting a revised version in place of this document. The last revision will be indicated at the top of this document and takes precedence over all previous versions. You agree to review the Privacy Policy periodically to be aware of such changes. If any change is unacceptable to you, you may terminate your membership as provided in your Subscriber Agreement. Your use, or continued use of the Services following the Effective Date of any such change to the Privacy Policy constitutes acceptance of all such changes.

1. Introduction.


1.1. General.
The following presents important information relating to NEWAPC Services’s Privacy Policy. Because protecting your privacy is very important to NEWAPC Services, we have established a privacy policy that safeguards your personal information, and are committed to protecting its confidentiality. We will limit the collection and use of personally identifiable information (“Individual Information”), to what is necessary to administer our business, provide you with the quality Services, and offer you opportunities we think will be of interest. We will NOT disclose any Individual Information unless (1) we believe that such action is necessary to comply with applicable law or valid legal process (including without limitation search warrants, court orders, or providing assistance to law-enforcement authorities investigating the alleged commission of a crime), (2) with respect to payment processing and billing (e.g., to a credit-card bank may help us prove the legitimacy of a credit-card charge or bill), (3) if the disclosure of Individual Information is necessary to provide services that third parties provide to you on Beronata Services’s behalf, or (4) as otherwise set forth herein (i.e., in Section 5 hereunder).
1.2. Types of Individual Information.
Individual Information is any information, data or records that relate to your NEWAPC Services membership or use of NEWAPC Services and identifies you or your individual Member account. The three types of Individual Information are; (1) “identity and billing information,” including without limitation your name, street address, telephone number, billing information, and any account information associated with your screen names; (2) “navigational and transactional information,” including without limitation information about which pages or products or services you access through NEWAPC Services; and (3) “private communications,” including without limitation the contents of e-mail, or private chat room communications.

2. Member Identity and Billing Information.


2.1. Collection and Storage.
We maintain various types of identity and billing information (“Billing Information”), including without limitation, your name, street address, telephone number(s), length of membership, and payment information. We may also keep information on your communications with our customer service department, employees or contractors, and general account history, such as accumulated usage credits or written complaints relating to your account. We safeguard Billing Information from unauthorized access and only authorized employees or agents who need to carry out legitimate business functions are permitted access to Individual Information. NEWAPC Services employees who violate NEWAPC Services’s privacy policies are subject to disciplinary actions, including possible termination. We may use agents, who are bound by strict confidentiality guidelines, to perform storage, processing, and other limited functions on NEWAPC Services’s behalf.
2.2. Use.
We use Billing Information to administer our business, ensure that you are properly billed and to communicate with you if the need arises.
2.3. Disclosure.
Except as set forth in Section 5 herein, our policy is not to disclose Billing Information to third parties, unless required to do so by applicable law or valid legal process (including without limitation search warrants, court orders or providing assistance to law-enforcement authorities investigating the alleged commission of a crime) or as required to process any payments made to NEWAPC Services by you or NEWAPC Services bills. NEWAPC Services, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to make exceptions to this policy in extraordinary circumstances (including without limitation a bomb or suicide threat, or instances of suspected illegal activity) on a case-by-case basis. When feasible, we do allow our Members to access and verify their Billing Information. We also allow our Members to request corrections to this information. NEWAPC Services intends to abide by applicable laws governing the disclosure to governmental entities of Individual Information and other records. If we are under a legal obligation to disclose Individual Information to a private citizen or entity, we may make efforts under the circumstances to notify the affected Member(s) in advance of releasing it in order to provide the Member(s) an opportunity to pursue any available legal protection.
2.4. Compelling Obligation.
Although NEWAPC Services will take reasonable measures not to disclose Billing Information, we may be compelled to do so in the good faith belief that such action is reasonably necessary (a) to comply with the law; (b) to comply with legal process; (c) to enforce NEWAPC Services’s terms and conditions; (d) to respond to claims that any content violates the rights of third parties; or (e) to protect the interests of NEWAPC Services or others.

3. Navigational and Transactional Information.


3.1. Collection.
We may collect and store certain navigational and transactional information (“Navigational Information”), such as data on the choices you make from the range of available services, and the times and ways you use NEWAPC Services.
3.2. Use.
NEWAPC Services uses Navigational Information to personalize NEWAPC Services and for programming and editorial research. For example, we may use this information to understand our Members’ reactions to menu items, and Services, and to customize NEWAPC Services based on our Members’ interests.
3.3. Disclosure.
Except as set forth in section 5, NEWAPC Services will not disclose to third parties Navigational Information (e.g., what you view or access through NEWAPC Services), except to comply with applicable law or valid legal process (including without limitation search warrant, court order, or providing assistance to law-enforcement authorities investigating the alleged commission of a crime).

4. Private Communications.


4.1. Collection and Storage.
The NEWAPC Services computer system automatically records and retains all chat room communications (“Communications”). However, to keep copies of any communications, you should store them on your personal computer hard drive or in print form. You agree that NEWAPC Services may employ e-mail virus-checking technology to protect its system and its members from viruses.
4.2. Use.
NEWAPC Services treats Communications as strictly confidential. NEWAPC Services does not access, use or disclose the contents of Communications, except in limited circumstances as specifically provided herein. You acknowledge that private communications directed at a person or entity, including NEWAPC Services, may be used or disclosed by the intended recipient(s) without restrictions relating to privacy or confidentiality.
4.3. Disclosure.
NEWAPC Services does not access or disclose the contents of Communications (e.g., e-mail, Member-created private rooms, online communications), unless it in good faith believes that such action is necessary (1) to comply with applicable law or valid legal process (including without limitation search warrants, court orders or providing assistance to law-enforcement authorities investigating the alleged commission of a crime); (2) to protect the rights or property of NEWAPC Services; or (3) in emergencies when NEWAPC Services believes that physical safety is at risk. NEWAPC Services reserves the right to treat as public any private chat room whose directory or room name is published or becomes generally known or available.

5. Sale, Merger or other Corporate Transaction.


NEWAPC Services reserves the right to disclose any Individual Information to any person or entity in the event of a sale (of all or a portion of NEWAPC Services’s assets), merger, reorganization, dissolution or similar event.