BAMD is fanatical about maintaining your privacy. We are a not-for-profit with no commercial ties or sponsors,
and we do not share any information that you provide or we collect with any outside party. Ever.
to contact us through our website.
When you register for BAMD, you may supply personal information. We may display the name you supplied during
registration on the BAMD Miatas page, but only if you create a personal Miata page. The BAMD Miatas page is
visible only to other registered BAMD drivers. We may display the name you supplied during registration on the
BAMD Home page if your Miata is selected as the Featured Miata. You may elect to share your name, email, and Miata
information to other registered BAMD drivers through the BAMD Profile page, available from the BAMD Forum page.
If you attend BAMD events, we may display pictures of your Miata on the BAMD Home and Photos pages. These pages
are visible to the general public. We make an effort to obscure license plate numbers, but no guarantees.
Honestly, we never quite understood that one.
process, not by any information placed on or retrieved from your computer.
When you access the BAMD Forum or other pages requiring a login, the login date and time and incoming IP address
is automatically recorded. If you read a Forum post, the date and time is automatically recorded so that we can
highlight unread posts. This information is never shared and never displayed except in aggregate.
When you send a Private Message to another registered BAMD driver, the message never leaves the BAMD website.
The message is retained by the website so that both sender and recipient can read it at any time, but it can only
be accessed by the sender or recipient.
No one from BAMD will ever ask for your consent or opt-in to violate any part of this policy.
We take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration,
disclosure or destruction of data. These include internal reviews of our data collection, storage and processing
practices and security measures, including appropriate encryption and physical security measures to guard against
unauthorized access to systems where we store personal data.
founding principles of BAMD, and BAMD will not exist without it.