Who We Are
We are the Animal Disease Biosecurity Coordinated Agricultural Project (ADBCAP), a multi-institutional research collaborative. Our website address is: https://agbiosecurityproject.org. The ADBCAP is committed to protecting your privacy with our website. This privacy statement applies to all web pages on the site.
Your Personal Information
You are able to visit the ADBCAP website without revealing who you are or providing any personal information.
Voluntarily Provided Personal Information
Any information you voluntarily provide to us through this website via the contact form, blog comments or the community forum will never be sold or traded to other organizations or businesses. We might use this information to inform you of changes to the website or to provide you with other news and information about that site that we believe would be of interest to you. At your request, we will remove any contact information you provided from its files.
How We Use Collected Information
We may use the information we collect:
- To respond to your inquiries.
- To operate and understand how services are utilized.
- To determine the success of our events, campaigns, and publications.
- For information processing that is reasonably appropriate or necessary within our legal obligations.
Cookies are tiny unique data files that websites will transfer to your computer the first time you visit. Cookies are stored on your hard drive and may be later accessed by the website to track prior usage. Cookies allow us to see which pages a user visited, but do not have any identifying information about the user. You are able to delete cookies from your hard drive. It is possible portions of our site will not operate properly if cookies are deleted or disabled.
The ADBCAP website uses Google Analytics to collect anonymous statistics to improve our services. Google Analytics uses a cookie to track browsing behavior. If you do not wish to be tracked by Google Analytics you may use this tool provided by Google to opt out.
Our website makes use of various technologies to collect information about types and versions of internet browsers used when accessing our website. This information, and information about internet IP addresses, as well as date and time web pages are visited are stored in various security and traffic logs. Our service provider reviews these logs, using statistical analysis, in an effort to track and predict traffic patterns and estimate resource needs. Unless we are tracking down a technical problem or we suspect either fraudulent behavior or illegal conduct we do not trace specific user sessions.
The ADBCAP website contains links to other external independent websites. We cannot be responsible for the content, security or privacy practices of any externally linked websites.
Users Located in the European Economic Area
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation provides further specific information about your rights.
By providing information to the ADBCAP you consent to the transfer of this information outside of the European Economic Area to the United States. The United States may not provide the same protection as the data and privacy law regulations as the European Economic Area.
Changes To This Policy