Unless otherwise stated, all capitalized words have unique definitions under the ECLAC Terms and Conditions.
Information We Collect From You
Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
We may collect information, including personal information, directly from you if you voluntarily post it. Personally Identifiable Information refers to any information that is used to identify a specific user. Full names, addresses, and financial information are examples of PII.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
When you visit the Site, we and our partners may automatically collect your non-personally identifiable information through methods such as cookies. When you visit the Website, your IP address, operating system characteristics, browser and system settings, device used, unique device identifiers, and web usage information may be automatically collected.
How We Use Collected Information
We may use the information collected in ECLAC for various reasons, including the following:
- Offer other forms of user assistance;
- Deliver advertising, information, and offers based on your interests and online activity from third parties or from us;
- Maintain and improve our business;
- Analyze information about the use of the Website;
- Protect against, detect, and prevent fraud and other criminal activity, lawsuits, and other liabilities;
- Comply with all relevant rules, police demands, and corporate rules.
ECLAC reserves the right to stop any service (including your access to your account) or any part of its operations if illegal activity in the account is reasonably suspected or if it is necessary to do so by any applicable law, rule or order of any relevant authority. .
All ECLAC staff members are committed to adhering to our rules and procedures for the protection of Personal Information. Personal Information is safeguarded and secured using physical, technical and organizational safeguards and security measures. Your Personal Information is transmitted to us via the Internet, which has its own set of channels and techniques for transferring information from one site to another. However, transmissions over the internet are not completely secure. ECLAC will not be responsible if incidents such as leaks of information, errors, or exposure of information by third parties occur.