Area II External Network Linkage Services
Please read and then click on the 'Continue' statement below.
The Internet offers many opportunities to extend application offerings to individuals and organizations.
Some of these offerings come with high risks (tracking & disclosure of financial, purchase history, health
records, credit card use, racial demographics and privacy exposures). Others may seem to offer expanded
opportunities for education, opportunities and communications but these, too, carry some risks.
Users should remember that application suppliers are as much in the business of selling tracking
information as they are in selling products and information to other users. By law, when you post
any private information on a website, that information is now considered public information.
AGEHR Area II web site services does not maintain nor is in the business of endorsing use of
either public or private user sites characterized as "social networking" sites.
A comprehensive but non-exhaustive list of such sites is maintained by the WIKI service at
Sites names, along with links to such sites shown on this page, are for the convenience of our users.
Any such usage, posting, links or otherwise published information is done so without endorsement or recommendation
by Area II, Users should be aware that in general there are three areas of concern that must be understood
when using these sites. These are the Content Policy (typically what you are allowed to post), the
(typically the explanation of what rights you have given up when using the site(s).
In each case, the user is strongly urged to access, carefully read and fully understand
the privacy policies of each and every such site to which they connect. Be aware that although
such privacy policies may appear to be circumspect, the fact remains that many such policies include rights
you give up regarding the sharing, sale of, usage distribution and retention of data that has been collected
on the user. Also be aware that the user's personal information are not protected when used with second
and third party agencies, particularly when such data is passed to companies operating in foreign territories.
Users should also be aware that such social engineering services may collect, associate and disseminate
demographic, financial, educational, health, physical location awareness, and other such private information
both with and without the user's direct knowledge and will sell or release such information without regard
to the awareness of the user.