General Statement of Privacy
Second to None respects the privacy of its members and of those who visit its site. Subject to the provisions of applicable laws, any information you submit to Second to None will not be used in any manner to which you have not consented.
Personally Identifiable Information
Second to None collects a limited amount of personally identifiable information voluntarily provided by users of its site. Our primary goal in collecting this limited information is to enable us to process your requests and purchases. Second to None’s private site employs "cookies" to identify individual sessions, but does not scan cookies to profile users.
SECOND TO NONE DOES NOT SELL OR LEASE ITS CUSTOMER OR MEMBER LISTS TO THIRD PARTIES.
Second to None uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. Second to None secures the personally identifiable information you provide on computer servers in a controlled, secure environment, protected from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure.
Credit card information (except for the last four digits) is promptly removed from our system after it is verified and authenticated to complete your transaction.
Other Offers and Announcements
Second to None may use some of the information you provide to send announcements of new AIA services and offerings. If you do not wish to receive these announcements, you may "opt out" by clicking the appropriate box on the registration form or by sending notice to Contact@SecondtoNone.org at any time.
Compliance with Authorities
Second to None cooperates with law enforcement inquires to enforce laws, intellectual property, and other rights. Personally identifiable information may be provided to local, state, federal, and international law enforcement when deemed necessary.
Third Party Services
The Second to None Web site contains links to other Web sites. Unless otherwise stated, we are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of such web sites, including such sites’ use of information.