2. Information Collection
Registering and Creating a Member Profile: You can browse the Site without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information (i.e., name, email address, phone number, mobile telephone number and physical contact information) about yourself. If you register and create a member profile with us, you choose to give us your personal information and are not anonymous to us. When you register and create a member profile or otherwise engage with our Site, you may provide personal information. Personal information is only associated with your member profile when you sign in as a registered member. When you create a member profile you must provide your full name, email, country of residence, and your affiliation. You may also optionally provide your title, phone number, practice area, and further identify yourself as a student, judge or arbitrator. Content you post to the Site will also be added to your member profile, as detailed in the section headed “Content You Post and Associate With Your Profile on the Site”. We may also collect registration information if you sign up for a competition or sweepstakes offered through the Site or other offering.
Information to respond to your requests: When you become a member, you agree to receive emails, be automatically added to the Site’s newsletter mailing list, and receive other communications that you request. Details of how you can opt-out of receiving certain communications from us are detailed in the section headed “Your Choices”.
Social Media Information: We may offer sign-on services that allow you to use third-party login credentials to access the Site. We also may offer services that allow you to share information with third-party social media websites such as Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, and others.
When you link your member profile or engage with our Site through third-party social media sites, you understand that you may be allowing us to have ongoing access to certain information stored on those social media sites (e.g., your public profile, friend list, people you follow or who follow you, your email address, birthday, work history, education history, interests, current city, religious and political views, website, personal description, and likes, and your friends’ birthdays, education histories, personal descriptions, and likes). We may receive certain information about you which is stored on social media sites if other users of those sites give us access to their profiles and you are one of their friends or connections depending upon your settings on those third-party social networking sites. We may also receive other information (e.g., content viewed and information about the advertisements within the content you have been shown or may have clicked on, etc.) from your interaction with our Site. You agree that we may share your video viewing with or obtain information about your video viewing from analytics providers, advertising partners and third-party social media sites for two years or until you withdraw consent. The information we have access to from the third-party social media websites varies by website and is controlled by your privacy settings on that website and by your consent. The information that may be passed to analytics providers and advertising partners is via cookies and tracking technologies. Please see our Cookies and Tracking Technologies Policy page for information including your choices in relation to these technologies.
Information About Others/Inviting Friends: From time to time you may choose to submit personal information about other people to invite them to join Arbitrator Intelligence. Inviting friends is always optional. You should check that your friends consent to your sharing of their personal information before submitting it to us.
Information From Other Sources: The information we collect may be combined with information from outside records (e.g., demographic information, navigation information, additional contact information) that we have acquired in accordance with the law.
Content You Post and Associate With Your Profile on the Site: The community and posting sections of the Site give you an opportunity to provide us with information regarding awards, experiences and your opinions. Also, your profile may contain a photograph or other information that identifies you such as your nickname, bio, business address, website, social media links, education, publications and work experience. In addition, the content you post, and recommendations you make may provide information about your beliefs to us.
Technical Usage Information: When you visit our Site, we collect usage information sent to us by your computer, mobile, or other access device that tells us how you are using the Sites (“usage information”). We use tracking technologies (including cookies, flash cookies, web beacons/GIFs, embedded scripts, e-tags/cache browsers) to collect usage information. We may use tracking technologies for a variety of purposes, including:
Operationally-Necessary. We may use tracking technologies required for system administration, to prevent fraudulent activity, improve security or allow you to make use of shopping cart functionality. We are not required to obtain your consent to tracking technologies that are operationally necessary.
Functionality-Related. We may use tracking technologies to tell us, for example, whether you have visited the website before or if you are a new visitor and to help us identify the features in which you may have the greatest interest.
Targeting-Related. We may use tracking technologies to deliver content, including ads, relevant to your interests on our online service and third-party sites based on how you interact with our advertisements or content as well as track the content you access (including video viewing). Further information on this, and your opt-out choices, is below.
We may also collect password information from you when you log in, as well as computer and/or connection information. During some visits we may use software tools to measure and collect session information, including page response times, download errors, time spent on certain pages and page interaction information.