By accessing the Service you represent and warrant that you are at least 18 years old, that you have reached the legal age determined by the governing law of your country to view sexually explicit material, that you are accessing the Service from an a location where the content of the Service is legal and permitted, and that you will not permit any other person access to the Service who is not allowed to do so. Access to materials provided by this Service from jurisdictions where its contents are illegal is prohibited.
The ATS Service and Third Party Sites
Information Collected by this Service
When you use the Service, we may collect passive information about your visit. Passive information is any form of aggregate data, navigational data, tracking data, click-stream data, or historical data. It may include the domain name of your internet service provider (e.g., whether you logged on from aol.com or whitehouse.gov), referral data (e.g., the address of the last URL you visited prior to clicking through to the ATS website) and browser and platform type (e.g., a Firefox browser on a Macintosh platform). We use this information to track how users are accessing and using the Service.
In addition, when you use the Service we generally collect the IP Address of the computer you are using to access it. (An IP, or “Internet Protocol,” address is a unique number associated with your computer, that may be communicated to other computers and servers when you use the Internet.) We use this information for purposes of security and anti-fraud protection.
These kinds of information do not, on their own, personally identify you. However, they can potentially be combined with information obtained from other sources in order to identify you. ATS does not ordinarily seek or obtain personally identifying information about users from others. It does reserve the right to seek such information in the event of a violation of the ATS Terms of Service, in the event of a dispute between ATS and you, or if required by law to do so.
- ATS uses Remarketing with Google Analytics to advertise online.
- Third-party vendors, including Google, may show your ads on sites across the Internet.
- You and third-party vendors, including Google, use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) together to inform, optimize, and serve ads based on someone’s past visits to your website.
- ATS uses Google’s Interest-based advertising data (such as age, gender and interests) with Google Analytics in order to promote ads based on your social conditions. We share back with our advertisers this information in order to sell our advertising space, and verify that ATS website is designed to reach that specific target markets.
- You can opt out of the Google Analytics by clicking here
Content You Submit ATS to or Communicate Using the Service
ATS may allow you to submit and communicate audio and video content, text, links, and other content (“User Content”). Except with respect to User Content that you are expressly allowed and enabled to keep private using the ATS Community uploading function, User Content that you submit to ATS or communicate using the Service, including any personal information included in your User Content, becomes publicly available and can be seen, collected, and used by others. Once made public User Content cannot be made private again. In addition, User Content you communicate using the Service may be recorded, stored, copied and/or retransmitted by ATS, including but not limited to audio or video content submitted to the ATS Community, ATS Blog and calls made to ATS Radio. You should not submit or communicate any content using the Service that you do not want to be seen, collected, or used by others.
In the process of posting User Content, you may be asked to provide some personally identifying information, such as your name, address, e-mail address, a password, and other documentation. You may also be asked to provide such information in order to use certain features of the Service, including but not limited certain features of the ATS blog available only to registered users.
We will keep a record of the information you provide, including your personally identifiable information. That information may be linked in our records to other information you provide, including User Content. We will not publically post your name or other personally identifying information, and we will not provide such information to our advertisers or business partners without your permission. However, some of the information you provide in registering for and using the ATS Community feature will be displayed to other members of the ATS Community, and may become public. In addition, we may disclose the personally identifying information and documentation you provide in some limited circumstances, as set forth below (“Permitted Disclosures of Personal Information”).
Use of Visitor Information Collected by the Service
We do not share personally identifiable information about users of the Service in the ordinary operation of the Service, unless you have included such information in User Content that you submit or communicate using the Service, such as through the ATS Community feature. We may obtain and merge information about users and usage of the Service into aggregated data, which may then be used by us and/or shared with advertisers or others. When we provide aggregated information to outside companies, they will not be able to identify you or contact you based on that data.
Usage Information – Collection and Use by Advertisers and Others
We do not knowingly allow children to use the Service, and all users of the Service must confirm that they are at least 21 years old. We do not collect or maintain information from those we actually know are under 21, and no part of our Service is designed to attract anyone under 21. If we become aware that anyone under the age of 21 is using the Service, their access to the Service will be terminated.
Permitted Disclosures of Personal Information
Some components of the Service may use security measures to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of information that is transmitted through the Service. However, no data transmission over the Internet or any wireless network can be guaranteed to be secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your personally identifiable information, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit, and you do so at your own risk.
Questions or Concerns