How you can correct inaccuracies in or update your information?

Personally identifiable information about you may be contained in an online database maintained in connection with provision of the Services. Your personally identifiable information that is contained in any such database should be accessible by you online, if you wish to correct any inaccuracies, as long as you are an authorized User of the Services. Obviously, certain personally identifiable information, such as the address of the “unit” that you own, cannot be changed without verification by your association or its management company. We are not responsible for information contained in such online databases.

We may maintain our own separate databases in order to provide the Services, to which you will not have online access. For example, we may maintain one or more databases of members of an association who are entitled to become and remain users of the Services. Such databases may contain information furnished by the association, its management company and/or members, or otherwise collected as set forth in this Online Privacy Policy. If you wish to ask us about the personally identifiable information that we may have collected about you and that is not available to you online, you should email Support.  We will use commercially reasonable efforts to comply with your request, and to update and/or correct any personally identifiable information that is contained within such databases.

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1. What is "personally identifiable information?"
2. What personally identifiable information do we collect about you through our online services?
3. Our use of cookies: what they are and how we use them?
4. Who is collecting the information?
5. How is the information used?
6. Who do we share the information with?
7. What are your choices regarding the collection, use and distribution of your information?
8. How you can correct inaccuracies in or update your information?
9. What security procedures are in place to protect the loss, misuse or alteration of the information?
10. How do we protect children's privacy?