WHY AUGUSTINE CASINO COLLECTS PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
Augustine Casino collects information in a variety of different manners for multiple purposes, including: (1) to help us continually improve the services we offer, (2) to improve the utility of the Sites, and (3) to provide you and other interested visitors with information about promotions and other materials through e-mail and other communications that we believe will be beneficial to you. We will not share, sell or transfer personally identifiable information about you to third parties to use for their own marketing efforts except as outlined below or with your approval.
HOW INFORMATION IS COLLECTED BY AUGUSTINE CASINO
NON-PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
On a regular basis, the Site collect information about you that is not personally identifiable. Some examples of such information may include the type of browser you are using, what sites you came from, what pages of the Sites you visit, how much time is spent on those pages, and the pages from which you exit the Sites. In addition, Augustine Casino collects some non-personally identifiable information in the manners described below:
What Information Do We Collect?
• Personal Information You Provide to Us – We only have access to and collect personal information (such as your name, date of birth, social security number, credit card number, mailing or billing address, telephone number, or email address, and email preferences (collectively, “Personal Information”) that you voluntarily give us via email or other direct contact from you. We will not sell or rent your Personal Information to anyone. We are the sole owners of the Personal Information collected on this Site.
• Information Collected by Automated Means – Whenever you use the Site, we, as well as any of our third-party advertisers and/or service providers, may use a variety of technologies that automatically collect information about how the Site is accessed and used (“Usage Information”). Usage Information may include, in part, browser type, operating system, the page served, the time, how many users visited the Site, and the website you visited immediately before the Site. This statistical data provides us with information about the use of the Site, such as how many visitors visit a specific page on the Site, how long they stay on that page, and which hyperlinks, if any, they “click” on. Usage Information helps us to keep the Site fresh and interesting to our visitors and to tailor content to a visitor’s interests. Usage Information is generally non-identifying, but if we associate it with you as a specific and identifiable person, we treat it as Personal Information.
• Device Identifiers – In the course of collecting Usage Information we may also collect your IP address, MAC Address or other unique identifier (each a “Device Identifier”) for the computer, mobile device, Wi-Fi card, or other technology (collectively, “Device”) you use to access the Site. A Device Identifier is a number that is automatically assigned to your Device when you access a web site or its servers. Our computers identify your Device by its Device Identifier. When you visit the Sites, we may view your Device Identifier. We use this information to identify repeat visitors to our Site. We also may use this information to send you targeted advertisements and to enhance the Site. We may associate your Device Identifier with your Personal Information.
The technologies used on the Site, including Device Identifiers, to collect Usage Information may include, without limitation:
• Web Beacons – We may also include web beacons (also known as web bugs, Internet tags, pixel tags, tracking pixels and clear GIFs) with the content and ads that we deliver to you, which we will use to collect information regarding your interaction with our content and ads. A web beacon is a transparent graphic image placed on a web page or in an email, which indicates that a page or email has been viewed or that an email has been forwarded. In addition, a web beacon allows third parties to obtain information such as the IP address of the computer that downloaded the page on which the beacon appears, the URL of the page on which the beacon appears, the time the page containing the beacon was viewed, the type of browser used to view the page, and the information in cookies set by the third party. A web beacon may also tell your browser to get content from another server.
Cookies and web beacons (together, “Site Cookies”) may enable us to track and target the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our Site, track user actions/behavior on our Site and track the effectiveness of ads.
Please note that ReachLocal retains the ability to access all information that is retained in the ReachLocal Platform for purposes of quality assurance and campaign assessment.
If you have any questions regarding ReachLocal and/or the Advertising Cookies, you are encouraged to contact ReachLocal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We use two products to analyze activity on our site. We use ReachLocal’s tracking technology and/or Google Analytics to understand how users use our site so as to enhance the user experience on our Site.
If you wish to opt-out of ReachLocal’s tracking technologies, go to http://www.reachlocal.com/trackingopt-out, and if you wish to opt-out of Google Analytics, go to https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en-GB. or contact email@example.com.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of certain warranties or the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages, so the limitations above may not apply to you.
Disputes arising from these Terms and Conditions and any future modifications shall be resolved under the procedures provided here, and these procedures shall be the exclusive remedy. If there is a dispute about performance of any obligation arising under or relating to these Terms and Conditions, the parties to the dispute shall meet and attempt to resolve the dispute informally. If a satisfactory resolution cannot be reached through the informal meetings, then, if agreed to by both parties to the dispute, the dispute may be resolved by either mediation or arbitration as set forth below. In determining any dispute these Terms and Conditions shall be the sole source of reference, without adding to, modifying or changing the terms in any respect.
If a satisfactory resolution cannot be reached through informal meetings, mediation may be pursued. No later than ten (10) business days after receipt of the initial notice of dispute a mutually agreed upon mediator shall be selected. To remedy the dispute, the mediator shall hold an informal meeting with both sides. Additional meetings may be held if both sides agree. Either side may elect to discontinue the mediation at any time without penalty. The parties to the dispute may then consider pursuing arbitration. The costs and fees of the mediation shall be shared equally by both sides.
If both parties to the dispute agree to arbitration, the side that first raised a dispute (First Party) shall choose an arbitrator and give prompt written notice of the nature of the dispute and its arbitrator selection to the other side (Second Party). Within ten (10) business days after receipt of that notice, the Second Party shall notify both the First Party and the first arbitrator of the Second Party’s selection of a second arbitrator, and of any additional dispute(s) to be addressed in arbitration. After the second arbitrator is selected, the two arbitrators themselves shall choose a third arbitrator within six (6) business days, and all of the arbitrators shall collectively facilitate resolution of the dispute. The arbitration panel shall establish a date, not less than five (5) or more than twenty (20) business days after the selection of the arbitration panel for a hearing to resolve the dispute. The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with the Federal Arbitration Act, and Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association applicable to the dispute and in effect on the date that the request for arbitration is made. The hearing shall be held at a location agreed to by both sides, with preference given to a location within the Coachella Valley.
Both sides of the dispute shall cooperate with each other in promptly exchanging information regarding a dispute. In determining any matter the arbitrators shall, where consistent with the Terms and Conditions, apply the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (excluding conflicts of law provisions and summary judgment) including the provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure pertaining to discovery, as they may be amended; provided that discovery practices otherwise authorized by those rules shall not include written interrogatories, and shall be limited to not more than three depositions lasting no longer than two and one-half (2 ½) hours each, and may be otherwise limited by order of the arbitrators, or federal law, where applicable.
Both sides of the dispute mutually agree to limit their submissions to one written submission of not more than thirty (30) pages of letter size (8 1/2” x 11”) and in not smaller than a twelve (12) point typeface to the arbitrators no later than seven (7) business days before the hearing.
The hearing shall be conducted by the arbitrators in an informal and expeditious manner without transcript or recording. At the hearing, each side shall make a brief statement and present documentary and other evidence to support its position, including but not limited to testimony of not more than three (3) individuals, two (2) of whom may be outside experts. There shall be no presumption in favor of either side’s position.
Not later than four (4) business days after conclusion of the hearing, the arbitrators shall render a decision in writing for the dispute, which shall briefly state the basis for the decision. If there is more than one arbitrator for a dispute, the decision must be supported by at least two arbitrators. The decision of the arbitrators shall be final and binding on either side for all purposes. Each side shall bear its own costs and attorneys’ fees, and shall share equally in the arbitrators’ fees and expenses of the arbitration.
Disputes arising from these Terms and Conditions and any future modifications shall be resolved exclusively pursuant to these procedures, and these procedures shall be the exclusive remedy.
We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to modify or replace these Terms at any time. What constitutes a material change will be determined at our sole discretion. By continuing to access or use our Service after any revisions become effective, you agree to be bound by the revised terms. If you do not agree to the new terms, you are no longer authorized to use the Service.
If you have any questions about these Terms, please contact us.