The American Bus Association (ABA) is committed to the online privacy of its members, elected officials and their staffs, the media and the traveling public. Please review the terms of our privacy policies
- ABA collects clickstream data and HTTP protocol elements through analytics tools, and the information compiled is not personally identifiable.
- Data on the number of visitors to the ABA website, pages viewed, time spent on site, traffic source origin, and browser platforms used, among other metrics, are used only as such information may be relevant to ABA website administration, and is aggregated to enable the association to constantly improve the services it provides online.
- Such information is collected anonymously and is strictly used internally. ABA strives for transparency in all of its programs and services, and welcomes user feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Media Policies
The use of social media is an interactive way to share information and engage with others.However, it does present risks and carries great responsibilities with those that use it in all capacities.To help ABA staff, and subsidiaries use social media responsibly, ABA adopted the following rules and policies.
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Commenting User Guidelines
The American Bus Association (ABA) invites you to express your opinions and engage in discussions with one another by leaving comments on our Facebook page. While we encourage an open forum, please follow these guidelines to ensure an enjoyable and welcoming environment for all our followers.
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