Autolife Magazine’s policies and procedures for handling customer information have been created with the understanding that Internet technologies are still evolving and that Internet business methods are continuing to evolve to meet the needs and opportunities of the changing technologies.
As a result, Autolife Magazine’s policies and procedures are subject to change. In the course of serving its customers, Autolife Magazine acquires, stores, and transmits customer communications and information that customers may regard as private or sensitive. Some of this information — such as the customer’s name, address, telephone number, and credit card data — is provided to Autolife Magazine by its customers in order to establish service. Other information — such as the customer’s account status, choice of services, and customer logs – is created and maintained by Autolife Magazine in the normal course of providing service. In addition, Autolife Magazine may store customers’ electronic mail and other communications as a necessary incident to the transmission and delivery of communications.
Autolife Magazine will protect the confidentiality of its customers’ information, account information, and personal communications to the fullest extent possible and consistent with the law and the legitimate interests of Autolife Magazine, its partners, its employees, and other customers of Autolife Magazine’s services. To protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of information that is collected from customers, Autolife Magazine has appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures in place.
How is customer information used?
Autolife Magazine may use customer information to provide its customers with program information or information about new or upgraded services.
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Disclosure of customer information and communications
Autolife Magazine will not otherwise disclose its customers’ personal and account information unless Autolife Magazine has reason to believe that disclosing such information is necessary to identify, make contact with, or bring legal action against someone who may be causing harm or interfering with the rights or property of Autolife Magazine, Autolife Magazine’s customers, or others, or where Autolife Magazine has a good faith belief that the law requires such disclosure. Autolife Magazine also will not, except for reasons stated below, disclose to third parties the contents of any electronic mail or other electronic communications that Autolife Magazine stores or transmits for its customers. The circumstances under which Autolife Magazine will disclose such electronic customer communications are when:
it is necessary in order to provide service to the customer;
it is necessary to protect the legitimate interests of Autolife Magazine and its customers;
it is required to cooperate with interception orders, warrants, or other legal process that Autolife Magazine determines in its sole discretion to be valid and enforceable; and
it is necessary to provide to a law enforcement agency when the contents are inadvertently obtained by Autolife Magazine and appear to pertain to the commission of a crime.
Autolife Magazine disclaims any intention to censor, edit or engage in ongoing review or surveillance of communications stored on or transmitted through its facilities by customers or others. Autolife Magazine will, however, review, delete or block access to communications that may harm Autolife Magazine’s, its customers or third parties.