JAMER recognizes its obligation to its customers, community and online visitors to adhere to the highest standards of decency, fairness, and integrity in all its operations. Likewise, JAMER is dedicated to the fundamentals of protecting consumer privacy on the Internet, especially for children.
What Personally Identifiable Information We Collect
At our site we don't collect personally identifiable information from individuals unless they provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly. We may collect your personally identifiable information in order for you to participate in some programs, sweepstakes or other promotions (the "Services") offered on our site, and for the purposes outlined below.
What We Use Your Personally Identifiable Information For
We use your personally identifiable information:
Disclosure of Your Personally Identifiable Information
We don't share your personally identifiable information with anyone outside of JAMER and its affiliated and related companies, except to third-party service providers and agents of JAMER which have agreed not to use your personally identifiable information except for specific purposes, as directed by JAMER.
Personally Identifiable Information of Minor Children
Important Note to Children
Before providing your name, address, e-mail address, or any other personally identifiable information to anyone on the Internet, be sure to ask your parents if it's OK.
Important Note to Parents
JAMER is especially mindful of the need to protect the personal privacy of minor children, and our Policy and practices reflect applicable laws and regulations on children's privacy.
We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under 14 years of age. Any communication of personally identifiable information we get that is identified as being from a child under 14 will not be kept by JAMER.
We do, however, permit minor children to communicate with us by e-mail.
Deletion of Personally Identifiable Information
Individuals who provide their personally identifiable information to JAMER can make a written request for deletion of such information from our database at any time by sending an e-mail to:
JAMER may use "cookie" technology to obtain non-personally identifiable information from its online visitors. Cookies are information files that your web browser places on your computer when you visit a website. Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but can be configured not to accept them or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. We do not extract personally identifiable information in this process nor do we provide this information to third parties. Cookies allow us to customize your user interface to speed up the navigation process and to make the site experience more efficient. If your browser is configured to reject cookies, you will not be able to use the features of our site.
We use a temporary session cookie to enable you to use some of our interactive features. These temporary cookies are eliminated when you exit your browser. Another type of cookie can be stored on your computer by your browser. When you log in, this type of cookie tells us whether you've visited us before or are a new visitor. We do use the cookie to help us identify site features in which you have the greatest interest so that we can provide more of what you may want.
While we try to ensure that our site only links to sites that share our high standards of decency, fairness, and integrity, JAMER is not responsible for the contents of any such linked pages or any other pages not under our control and/or part of our site. JAMER makes no representation or warranty regarding, and does not endorse, any linked websites, the information appearing thereon or any of the products or services described, other than with respect to our site.
As in our other business operations, JAMER approaches our communications on the Internet with respect for, and commitment to, individual privacy rights, concern, and respect for the different sensibilities of our consumers. We support active self-regulation of this new environment to ensure that responsible marketers can maintain the right to use all communication media to interact with its consumers.