This International Association for the Study of Pain®
information IASP learns about or obtains from you when you visit the
IASP web site (the “Site”). By visiting or accessing
the Site, you agree to the provisions of this Policy and the provisions
of the IASP Web Site Terms. IASP may modify this
Policy from time to time, effective immediately upon posting to the Site
or such other period as required by applicable law. Your continued
access or use of the Site constitutes your acceptance of the provisions
of the then-current Policy. The current Policy applies to all
information gathered or obtained about you at any time.
What Personal Information Does IASP Collect?
Information You Give Us: IASP receives and stores any information
you enter on the Site, for example when you register for a Discussion
List or that you provide in any other manner, including personal
information such as your name or email address. Of course, you can
choose not to provide such information, but then you might not be able
to access or use portions of the Site. IASP may, but is not
obligated to, retain the content of any e-mails you send or information
you provide by other means.
Automated Collection. IASP automatically receives and
stores certain types of information whenever you visit the Site, such as
the name of the domain and host from which you access the Internet, the
IP address of the computer you are using and the browser and operating
system you are using; the date and time you access the Site, and the
Internet address of the web site from which you linked to the
Site. “Cookies” are used to automatically gather some
of this information. A cookie is a small text file that the Site
system sends to your computer to collect information about your
activities on the Site. The cookie transmits this information back
to the Site each time your browser requests a page from the Site, and
the information is stored to help facilitate your use of the Site the
next time you visit. If you do not want to receive cookies from
the Site, you can set your browser to not accept cookies, but then you
may not be able to access or use certain portions of the Site.
You may request that IASP delete or modify your personally
identifiable information, such as your name or e-mail address in
accordance with our Correct/Update
How Does IASP Use Information?
IASP uses the information you provide and IASP collects to:
Administer, maintain and improve the Site and its
Verify your identity and respond to your requests for
Comply with applicable laws, statutes and
Enforce the Terms and our rights and the rights of others;
As specifically provided in the Terms and as you may otherwise
To Whom Does IASP Disclose Information?
IASP does not share your personally identifiable information with third
parties, except described below:
With third parties that perform functions on IASP’s
behalf, such as maintaining and operating the Site and its
content. IASP does not allow such third parties to use your
information for other purposes;
As IASP believes necessary to comply with laws, statutes or
regulations and/or to enforce this Policy and the Terms and to protect
our rights and the rights of other persons;
As required by a court or government agency or to respond to a
claim by you or a third party; and
As you have otherwise agreed.
Subpoenas. IASP may respond to any subpoena received
from a government agency (i.e., the Securities and Exchange Commission
or law enforcement agencies) without prior notice to you. Unless
prohibited by law or by a court order, IASP will notify you of any
subpoena received from any other party (e.g., for civil litigation)
which requires IASP to disclose your identity and will wait ten (10)
days, or a lesser amount of time as required by the deadline in the
subpoena before providing the information requested by the subpoena.
If you want to view your Personal Information and/or to delete or modify
your personal information from our records, you may do so by:
IASP reserves the right to verify the identity of any person making
such a request; provided that IASP shall have no liability whatsoever
resulting from false or erroneous requests. Personal information
collected and transferred to back-up or archival storage may be retained
indefinitely. IASP may also retain any information necessary for
business records and as required under applicable law.
The Site may contain links to other web sites. Such links are
provided for the convenience of visitors only. IASP has no control
over and makes no representations whatsoever regarding such other web
sites or the products and services offered by or through web sites
accessed through links on the Site, including advertisements, even those
with which IASP may have an affiliation. If you decide to access
third party sites linked through the Site you do so at your own
any site you access.
The Site has reasonable security measures in place to protect against
the loss, misuse or alteration of information under IASP’s
control. While IASP strives to protect your personal information,
IASP cannot ensure and does not warrant the security of any information
or data. Communication via the Internet is not failsafe, and there
is always a possibility that data may be lost, or intercepted by
unauthorized parties, during transmission or after receipt. You
agree that IASP shall have no liability whatsoever in connection with
any lost or intercepted data or information.
Conditions of Use
Your access and use of the Site is subject to this Policy and the Terms including limitations on damages and
the applicability of the law of the State of Washington.
If you have questions about this Policy, the Terms or the Site or its
content, please contact:
International Association for the Study of Pain® (IASP®)
1510 H Street NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005-1020 USA