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Privacy Policy

Terms and Conditions

This security and privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) constitutes a part of the Terms & Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) of the Jadian Technologies (“JadianTech”) Web Site, which governs your use of this Site. The Terms and Conditions, including this Privacy Policy, may be amended by the JadianTech at any time by posting the amended Terms and Conditions on this Site. The Terms and Conditions were last amended on 16 October 2007.
In addition to this Privacy Policy, certain JadianTech services on or accessible from this Site have Supplemental Terms that will govern your use of such services. These also form a part of the Terms and Conditions and govern your use of such services

Credit Card Transactions

For your protection, we have taken a number of steps to maximize the security of financial transactions that are accepted on the JadianTech Web Site. Credit Card processing is accomplished using secure processing services. Your entry of credit card information is encrypted when transmitted in secure mode. If you are behind a firewall, the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) feature of your browser and the processing of the credit card may be blocked. In this case, you have the option of credit card processing without SSL by selecting the “Non-Secure” feature on the screen — the choice is up to you.
If for any reason, you still feel uncomfortable submitting your credit card over the Internet, you can mail your form to us.

Using Encryption

In certain transactions you are given the option of running in a secure (SSL) mode or unsecure mode. In cases where a firewall is causing a situation that cannot be corrected, the use of the unsecure mode is given. The unsecure mode is used by you at your own risk.
In addition, there are constantly changing restrictions in the use of encryption software and schemes that are used in various countries. The use of appropriate software and encryption options are your responsibility, and the JadianTech assumes no risk or liability in ensuring your compliance to local law.

Information We Collect From You, How We Use the Information and Opt-out Choices

There are a number of areas in the JadianTech Web Site where we ask for and collect information about you, including personally identifiable information. Where we do, it is in order to serve you better, or is necessary to accomplish the service you are requesting. Examples include membership information (which may include name, address, email, telephone number and educational and professional experience information), security identifiers, shipping information, and product purchase information stored in online shopping carts.
Information provided to JadianTech Site is processed and stored on computers in various countries, including the India.
Membership information is used both in the JadianTech mailing lists (which also includes lists provided to technical and geographical units of the JadianTech (for example, societies and sections)) and in the JadianTech Membership Directory. From time to time, to better serve our members and to supplement member dues, the JadianTech mailing list, in part or as a whole, is released to other engineering and carefully selected third party organizations to provide you with information on technical products and services related to your profession, or that we otherwise believe is useful to our members. In addition, the mailing lists may be used in connection with informing you about JadianTech services, products, conferences, meetings and events. You may instruct us to not share information about you in the JadianTech mailing lists with third parties by indicating this preference on your membership application when you join the JadianTech, on your renewal form when you renew your membership, or by sending an email to us at and including your name and JadianTech member number for identification purposes. Your choice to opt-out of third party mailings is effective until the next annual renewal date and you must select the mailing lists opt-out option on your renewal form to keep the opt-out in effect.

Use of “Cookies”

Cookies are implemented in various parts of the JadianTech Site. In most instances, the use of Cookies is discretionary by you, and declining Cookies will usually result only in loss of certain conveniences such as session continuity and re-authentication during current or future sessions. Various types of Persistent and Per-Session (Transient) Cookies may be used with any one service, and their implementations, behaviors, and effects will vary. Most JadianTech sites using Cookies have specific statements on their use as part of their Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQ”) section. It is the neither policy of the JadianTech that Cookies do not carry any of your personal information (name, email address, credit card, etc.) nor identification/password-type data that allows access to such personal information on JadianTech servers. All personal, transaction, and security rights are housed on secure JadianTech servers, and follow the policy described in the “Information We Collect From You and How We Use the Information” section above.

Personal Protection of Your Access Rights and Authentication

There is a common registration process that allows you to receive your “JadianTech Web Account.” The registration involves the use of your membership number, a registration PIN number, and your subsequent choice of a unique user name and password.

Links to Third Parties

This Site contains links to other sites. The JadianTech is not responsible for the terms or privacy practices of such other sites and you should read their terms and privacy policy carefully before using them.

Legal Requests

The JadianTech cooperates with law enforcement inquiries, as well as other third parties, to enforce laws. We can (and you authorize us to) disclose any information about you to law enforcement or other government officials as we, in our sole discretion, believe necessary or appropriate, in connection with an investigation of fraud, intellectual property infringements, or other activity that is illegal or may expose us, service or content providers we work with, or you to possible legal liability.