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The BRSA respects each individual’s right to personal privacy. The BRSA will collect and use information through our website only in the ways disclosed in this statement. This statement applies solely to information collected on the BRSA website.
Part I. Information Collection
The BRSA collects the following information from registered individuals through their website:
Name, team and club of players
Name, contact information, team and club of coaches and team administrators
Name, contact information, and club of club directors and administrators
Name and contact information of league directors and administrators
The BRSA collect the following general, demographic data that is not personally identifiable information:
BRSA website usage statistics
Browser type statistics
The BRSA collect this demographic data in order to help them improve the service to the users and members of the BRSA.
The following information about registered users may be entered into the BRSA database by third parties or other registered members:
disciplinary issues such as cards and suspensions
The BRSA collect this information through online roster forms, automatic logging files, game result forms, and referee report and special incident forms.
Roster forms are completed by each player when he or she registers with the site and are used to collect information about the player for the efficient and cost effective operation of the BRSA.
Automatic logging files are used to track server and webpage usage, as well as additional information such as browser type. This information is collected automatically when a user accesses the BRSA website.
Information related to a player, but not entered by them, such as goals scored, shutouts, and disciplinary issues are collected by coaches, team administrators and referees through online game and referee reports as part of the BRSA league management system. This information is required to operate the BRSA.
Banner advertising appearing on our website does not collect any information.
Part II. Information Usage.
Information gathered through the BRSA website is used for the sole purpose of league operations which includes
registering players, coaches and administrators with the BRSA
league statistics such as goal scorers and shutouts
discipline statistics such as suspensions
an improved user experience by helping to improve the design of the site to better match website usage trends.
The BRSA offer links to other websites. When clicking on links to other websites, we encourage you to read their privacy policies. Their standards may differ from the BRSA's.
The BRSA will notify you with a posting on the BRSA homepage if the policy on information collection or uses changes.
Part III. Restricting Public Information
A player’s name and team is published on the BRSA website in a public forum to indicate goals scored, shutouts and discipline.
Any player may request that his or her name be withheld from public view by writing to the BRSA and requesting such action. All requests must be signed by the individual.
A player’s name that is withheld from public view can still be seen by the following registered users:
The player’s team members, coach and team administrators
The coach and team administrators from other teams in the player’s age group
The player’s club directors and administrators
The league directors and administrators
Part IV. Access to Information
The BRSA ask the registered user to verify the accuracy of entered information by providing a confirmation page before data is posted to the database.
Users may access their own personal information by viewing their profile online and contact the BRSA about inaccuracies they may find. In some instances they may correct the information.
Part V. Problem Resolution
If problems arise, users may contact the BRSA by email, phone or post.
Part VI. Data Storage and Security
The BRSA website uses a league management system provided by E2E Soccer. As such, information is stored and transmitted by servers owned by E2E Soccer. E2E Soccer is solely an agent of storage, transmission and processing of the BRSA’s database information. They will not sell, share or otherwise disclose any of the BRSA database information except to third parties specified by the BRSA through the policies listed above.
BRSA protects user information by storage on firewall protected servers with secure databases.
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