Privacy Policy

ADR Times and www.adrtimes.com are wholly owned and operated by the MinaMark Company, a California corporation located in the United States of America. Given that we’re not in the business of selling or redistributing any information that is shared with us through our website(s) which may include information entered via tabs or portals accessible via LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Google, or other social sharing sites; this Privacy Policy is intended to inform you about the information that we gather about you online. This Privacy Policy does not apply offline and does not alter the terms of any other agreement that you have with us, our partners, or third-party affiliates. 

We may update this Privacy Policy from time to time, and will post any revised notice on this web page. Note that any changes will be immediately effective on posting. We believe privacy is a right, and you have a right to keep it private. Our goal is to be transparent about how we collect and use information about you, to keep such information secure, and to provide you with meaningful choices.

By using the site, you agree that you have read and understood, and agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy. 

Information We Collect: While using our site, we collect certain personal data used to contact or identify you and to better tailor our services and offerings to your experience with ADR Times. Personal Data we may collect or combine in accordance with law may include, but is not limited to:

  • Email address
  • First name and last name
  • Membership login credentials
  • Password (optional)
  • Order information
  • Phone number
  • Address, State, Province, ZIP Code, City
  • Location data in non-European Economic Area countries
  • Background information related to your device, browser version and other analytics based information collected such as Cookies, and IP Address.

We only collect the information that you voluntarily give us. Ee do not solicit or store any “sensitive” or “special categories of personal data” as defined under European data protection laws. Furthermore, our site is not directed to individuals under the age of sixteen (16). If you learn that your minor child has provided us with personal information without your consent, please notify us immediately.

Information Use: We use the information collected to personalize our marketing and product offerings to you for a better user experience, as well as superb customer support. For example, we use the information collected for tailoring your experience to show you content we think you might be interested in, and making recommendations of sites to follow. Such information may be used by itself, aggregated, or combined with other information from third parties. We may also use information collected to deliver you information and/or promotional materials about ADR Times and/or to carry out other purposes that are disclosed to you, and to which you consent. Furthermore, we may disclose certain information to law enforcement if required by a court order, or to comply with government regulation.

Use of Cookies: We may use “cookies” (a small text file sent by your computer each time you visit our site) or similar technologies to record our visitor’s log data. Many browsers default to accepting cookies. You may be able to change this setting in your browser and you can also clear your cookies. If you do, you may lose some functionality of our site. Check your browser’s help function to learn more about your cookie setting options.

We do not store information longer than we need it. The cookies we set expire no later than 30 days after they were last accessed. We typically store the information collected, such as IP address and other information described above until the next login. When we no longer need the information collected, it is deleted from either the cookies or our servers (as applicable), unless compelled by law or to comply with law enforcement or regulatory requests, which for example may include, those relating to corporate governance, taxation, money laundering and financial reporting legislation.

Security: ADR Times uses industry-standard physical, electronic, and procedural measures designed to protect and safeguard the information collected, but cannot be found responsible for any actions conducted by outside entities or any malicious third party. We do not guarantee any transmission of information to be secure or completely guarded against any susceptible risk.

Sensitive Data: We request that you do not send us any sensitive data such as social security or national identification numbers, information related to racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, health data, biometrics or genetic, criminal background or trade union membership information. If you do send us this information, then you are consenting to its processing in accordance with this privacy policy. To avoid processing of sensitive data, do not submit it.

Third Party Links & Widgets: We may have links or advertisements from third-party entities that we do not operate. We may also include a widget from a third party on our websites that allows interaction or content sharing by users. “Widgets” are mini-programs (such as a Facebook “Share” or “Like” button) that provide specific services or content from a third party. If you click on either a third-party link or widget, you will be taken directly to that site which is governed by its own privacy notice. We strongly encourage you to read that privacy notice. We do not control that site or widget and assume no responsibility for the content, policies, or its practices.

Individual Rights: e respect your privacy rights and how you care to share your personal data as it relates to using our service and site. Whether under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or other countries’ privacy laws, you may have certain rights with respect to the processing of your personal data such as:

  • Choosing not to provide your personal data
  • Accessing, or obtaining a copy of, your personal data
  • Checking and editing your data in your member account
  • Unsubscribing from our direct marketing
  • Blocking and deleting the cookies
  • Permitting or refusing processing of your location data
  • Erasure, or restriction of our processing, of your data
  • Objecting to the processing of your personal data
  • Withdrawing your consent
  • Porting your data to another controller
  • Lodging a claim with a supervisory authority
  • Data collected directly by our customers at storage locations

We hope to ensure that the personal data we possess are always accurate and have listed the rights that you may be able to exercise in respect of the processing of your personal data, subject to applicable law. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please email us via [email protected] or call us at (800) 616-1202.

California Privacy Rights: Pursuant to the California Consumer Privacy Act or “CCPA,” residents of California have the right to request from a business, with whom the California resident has an established business relationship, what types of personal information the business shares with third parties for direct marketing purposes by such third party and the identities of the third parties with whom the business has shared such information in the immediately preceding calendar year. To exercise such right, please email us via [email protected] or call us at (800) 616-1202.