Academic Editorial Services respects the privacy of web site visitors.
Why is information collected?
To help us make the site more useful to visitors and to measure the number of visits to the various sections of the AES site, a limited amount of information on web site usage may be collected for statistical purposes.
What information is collected?
The information collected includes standard server log information, such as the domain name or IP address from which you accessed the Internet, when you accessed our site, the pages viewed, the type of browser and operating system you used to access the site, and other Web site's address if you navigated to the AES site from another Web site.
This information is collected on an aggregate basis only and AES does not collect personally identifiable data. The pages that are most popular among visitors and which pages are least viewed are examples of items tracked by AES.
Confidentiality and security
When visitors make an email inquiry AES stores the inquiry and the email address information to enable a response by the same method.
AES does not disclose the content of any material submitted by clients to any third party.
The AES contact list is never sold, rented, or shared.
AES deletes all client-related files at the end of the specified time (1 month for small projects, 3 months for large projects).
All files are scanned for computer viruses using the latest definitions and protection systems available.
Comments made about AES and used on the testimonials page will never personally identify individuals without their explicit permission.