Agribusiness Education and Research International is an education, consultancy, and research firm, journal publisher as well as a web portal, mainly focuses on agribusiness education and research. Agribusiness Education and Research International are committed to the responsible management and security of our consumers, associates, and the public’s privacy. Throughout our organization, we have implemented policies and procedures to uphold the highest degree of privacy in our work and procedures. We take care to protect the privacy of our study participants and respondents in the survey, preserving confidence in their identity. Agribusiness Education and Research International give people the opportunity if they choose to do so to opt-out of the research process.
Agribusiness Education and Research International is the sole owner of the information collected on Agribusiness, Agriculture, Climate Smart Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Value Chain, Supply Chain, Market Information system, Sustainable agriculture, Agro Textile Engineering, Food Technology, Agro Research, and Innovation, Agro International info, Agro News & Events, Consultancy. Agribusiness Education and Research International may collect information from our users at several different points.
Users may opt to leave comments on individual articles of interest in order to increase their use of Agribusiness Education and Research International. However, if a third party complains that a statement violates (e.g. dismisses) our Terms of Service, we will make fair efforts to contact the commentator in compliance with our Terms of Service and alert them to the situation. If we are required by law to reveal the contact details of commenters, we will try to contact commentators to allow them the opportunity to respond to these requests. For more details please refer to our Terms of Service.
Mailing Lists & Service Emails:
Agribusiness Education and Research International can launch a mailing list to provide relevant information to subscribers, for example, breaking news or weekly or regular round-ups. Users must send information including a valid email address and demographic information such as location and preferences in order to sign up to receive daily updates from a site’s mailing list. This information will only be used in aggregate form to determine the general interest of consumers in different internal and third-party goods and services and will not pass on the personal and contact information to any other entity. Daily emails from the site will be sent from users who want to sign up for a mailing list. In an ongoing effort to improve our services, Agribusiness Education and Research International can monitor user email use from time to time. This would be material from the site in question most of the time, but we will also send an email from a third party sponsor. This will be infrequent and does not reflect an endorsement of any services advertised direct observation Agribusiness Education and Research International.
Comment Service and Cookies:
Agribusiness Education and Research International run a comment service on any or all of the websites of Agribusiness Education and Research International to further improve the user experience, where users can address popular topics of interest. Users have the option of signing up for this program, and some relevant information needs to be submitted to do so. This information is used by Agribusiness Education and Analysis International to filter out users who leave comments forbidden by our Terms of Service and to pick out topics of interest to commentators. Except in aggregate form, Agribusiness Education and Research International will not transfer this knowledge to any other entity. Cookies can be used by the Comment Service. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user’s computer that is connected to user information. We can use both cookies for session ID and persistent cookies. For the session ID cookie, the cookie simply terminates once users close the window. A permanent cookie is a tiny text file saved for an extended period of time on the user’s hard drive. Persistent cookies can be deleted by following the support file instructions for the user’s Internet browser. On each user’s computer, we store a cookie that contains user-specific information. Your browser can be programmed to accept all cookies, to reject all cookies, or to alert you when a cookie is placed. If you refuse all cookies, you will not be able to use the goods or services of Agribusiness Education and Research International that enable you to ‘check-in’ and you may not be able to make full use of all offers. Not all, Agribusiness Education and Research International services, however, demand that you accept cookies.
We use log files like most regular website servers. This includes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider (ISP), reference/exit pages, type of platform, date/time stamp, and a number of clicks to analyze patterns, manage the website, monitor the aggregate movement of users, and collect broad aggregate demographic information. IP addresses, etc., are not correlated with personally identifiable data. To evaluate user movement, we can use a monitoring utility that uses log files.
Transitions in Business:
If Agribusiness Education and Research International undergo a business transformation, such as a merger, takeover by another organization, or the selling of a portion of its properties, the personal details of users will be part of the transferred assets in most situations.
While we make every effort to protect user privacy, where needed by regulation, Agribusiness Education and Research International will need to disclose personal information where we have a good-faith conviction that such action is necessary to comply with a current judicial proceeding, a court order, or legal process served on or affiliates of Agribusiness Education and Research International.
Protection for Information Security:
In order to help protect against unauthorized access to, use, or disclosure of user information that we hold, Agribusiness Education and Research International have technological, administrative, and physical protections in place. Access to personally identifiable information is only allowed for those who have a business need for such access under our security procedures and policies, and confidential data should be kept only as long as required for business or legal purposes and destroyed before disposal. While we work hard to protect the personal information we gather and store, no software is 100% secure and we do not guarantee that our protections will prevent any unauthorized attempt to access, use or reveal personal information.
Please e-mail us at [email protected] if you become aware of a security problem. We’re going to work with you to fix any concerns.
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