We reserve the right to change this policy at any time and will list these changes in the updates section of the policy. By reading this notice and visiting the site, you agree that you understand that members/users will not be personally notified when this policy changes.
Information Collected by SCWA:
How We Use This Information:
Our website uses information collected to:
Normally, your information stays on our site. However, below we have listed the situations that may require us to share the information we collect from you:
Cookies, Trackers and Online Ads:
Our website may contain links to third-party websites in the form of policies, ads and other non-affiliated links. Once you leave our site, we are no longer responsible for how your information is collected and disclosed. Please refer to the privacy policies of those third-party sites for more information.
We take technical and administrative precautions to protect your data, but we cannot guarantee its safety against all types of fraud or misuse. If you provide personal information, we cannot verify its total security against all types of interception.
Some browsers offer Do-Not-Track settings to prevent any information from being distributed. Since these settings have not been legally established as standard practice, we do not acknowledge these settings.
At any time, you may opt to review or change your account settings, including contact information. If you wish to delete your account, you may do so to remove most of your information, however, some identifying information will be retained to prevent fraud.
You also may opt-out of emails and other correspondences from our site at any time.
South Carolina Privacy Rights:
Within the state of South Carolina, S.C. Code Ann. § 30-2-40 serves to protect citizens of the state from the unauthorized disclosure of their personal information, particularly as it relates to social security numbers that state-based and government organizations collect in order to provide said citizens with a wide range of services. Through the provisions of the law, residents within South Carolina can have the peace of mind that they will have the legal means to protect themselves should their personal data become compromised.
Updated March 24, 2023
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