As the first step in the decommissioning of sasCommunity.org the site has been converted to read-only mode.
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Visitors to sasCommunity.org: If you only access the sasCommunity.org website to read content, no more information is collected about you than is typically collected in server logs by websites in general. We use this non-personally-identifiable data (like IP address and browser type) to manage our website, track usage and improve our website's services. We use ‘cookies’ to store visitors' preferences and to record session information and so you must enable cookies from sasCommunity.org in order to use most functions on our website.
Personal Information of Registered Users (‘Members’): sasCommunity.org requires a person to enter a user ID, a password, and their email address when they register as a member.
The user ID and password are used to protect the member’s account from unauthorized access and should be protected accordingly. Only the administrators and support staff of sasCommunity.org have access to this information and only when needed to maintain a member’s service. We use a member’s email address to communicate with them regarding the sasCommunity.org service.
We do not share members’ email addresses or other personal information with members or third parties without the prior permission of the member; or to conform to legal requirements or to respond to a subpoena, search warrant or other legal process.
A member can change or remove their personal information at any time. Removing this information terminates membership in sasCommunity.org. Please be aware that any information you remove may still be viewable in archived or cached pages.
Posted Content: Members who post content on sasCommunity.org should realize that anyone in the world with a browser can read, change, remove, copy or reuse anything a member contributes. They should also realize that anything they contribute may be retained indefinitely in archived or cached pages. If you write something, assume that it will be retained forever.
Security: The security of the information our users send to our website is important to us and all reasonable precautions are taken to safeguard it. However, no security measures are perfect or impenetrable. We are not responsible for the unauthorized use or misuse of any personal information sent to sasCommunity.org.
How to contact sasCommunity.org If you have questions or concerns regarding this policy, send email to: webmaster@sasCommunity.org