Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) 

In order for AGIP to protect your personal information, you are requested to read this privacy policy prior to using AGIP website located at www.agip.com. 

In general, you can visit our websites without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. There are times, however, when we may need information from you, such as your name and e-mail address, to correspond with you or provide you with a subscription, for example. If you choose to give us personal information via the Internet, it is our intent to let you know how we will use such information. 

You acknowledge that your using this website means your acceptance of this policy. If you do not accept this policy in full, your entry to this site will be considered unauthorized and you will have to stop using the site immediately. 

You acknowledge that AGIP reserves the right solely and without any limitation on its part to modify and amend the terms and conditions of this privacy policy at any time. You will be bound by such amendments and modifications as soon as they are posted on AGIP website when AGIP may deem that appropriate. 

In this situation, we advise you to keep visiting AGIP website from time to time to be familiar with any changes that may take place in the future in relation to this privacy policy. 

AGIP may choose to notify you of any material changes that may affect your rights via your e-mail, we advise you to keep your e-mail effective and in the event that it has been changed to notify us immediately of your new e-mail address. 

1. Why did we adopt this Privacy policy? 

AGIP has adopted this privacy policy to inform users of the kind of personal information that will be collected, the purpose of collecting it and the protection measures that AGIP has employed or will further employ in the future to keep your personal information confidential and private. 

2. What kind of information do we collect form you? 

In order to subscribe to our website, submit a comment, or contact us, you agree to provide the following information in the required form: 

• Your name; 
• Your company name; 
• Your E-mail address; 
• Your address. 

3. Why did we collect this information? 

AGIP collects your personal information for the following reasons: 

• To contact you; 
• Submitional Reasons; 
• Statistical reasons. 

4. Are we going to disclose your information to other parties not mentioned here? 

AGIP will not disclose your personal information to any third party, unless it receives an order from a competent court or required to do so under the provisions of law. 

5. What security measures do we use to protect your personal information? 

AGIP saves the records of its members on high quality servers, database, and safety systems. AGIP has employed several technological security measures to protect your personal and confidential information from being misused, altered while being transmitted over the Internet. Moreover, AGIP uses cookies to gather information that will improve its website and serve you efficiently. Cookies are small files that the website places on the website user computer which allow the website server to recognize the user each time he visits the website and store the user preferences. 

However, AGIP does not guarantee in any way that its use of the above mentioned security measures would guarantee fully that your personal information would remain private while being transferred over the Internet. 

6. Whom should you ask if you have any other questions? 

If you have any question related to this privacy policy or any of its provision or you wish to make any comment about it, please click here to contact us. 

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