Information We Collect
We may ask you to provide personal information when you:
- Request services, support or information;
- Participate in surveys, sweepstakes or other promotional activities;
- Share the Foundation content through social media, or;
- Contact us.
Information we may request includes your email address, name, title, address, telephone number, social media public profile or business/company information (“Demographic Information”). If you make a donation, we may ask for your credit card number and billing information. Forms that you may fill in will indicate whether information requested is required or optional.
We may collect information about your visits to the Foundation’s website; including the pages you view, the links and ads you click, search terms you enter, and other actions you take in connection with The Foundation’s website and services. We may also collect certain information from the browser you used to access to a The Foundation Site, such as your Internet Protocol (IP) address, browser type and language, access times, the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the website that referred you to the Foundation’s website and to which website you browse away from a the Foundation’s website.
In order to offer you a more consistent and personalized experience in your interactions with the Foundation’s website, information collected through one source may be combined with information obtained through other Foundation resources. We may also supplement the information we collect with information obtained from other parties.
The Foundation uses your personal information to:
- Send communications to you, such as your donation status;
- Customize, analyze and improve our technologies, communications and relationship with you;
- Protect the security or integrity of the Foundation’s website; or
- Otherwise, as disclosed to you at the point of collection.
Disclosing Personal Information
The Foundation may share your personal information with third parties to carry out the donations you make. In addition, we may disclose your personal information when legally required or to protect our rights.
Collection and Use of Children’s Information
The Foundation’s website is not directed toward children. We do not knowingly collect information from children under the age of 13 through the Foundation’s website. If you are under 18 years of age, please do not submit any personal information through the Foundation’s website without the express consent and participation of a parent or guardian.
“Do Not Track” Signals
Notification of Privacy Changes
Third Party Sites
Credit Card Data
Recognizing your concerns about web commerce and transactions using bank and credit card information, the Foundation utilizes a third-party vendor approved by the PCI Security Standards Council for processing bank and credit card transactions. A secured SSL encryption is used for all bank and credit card transactions.
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Content from External Sources and Links to External Sites
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Corrections and Clarifications
We are committed to quickly correcting any factual errors or errors in interpretation. Editorial staff members will address any errors brought to their attention and make an appropriate correction as soon as possible. This includes misspellings as well as factual or information errors identified in archival articles after they have been published. The goal is to correct all content so no errors remain in our permanent archive. We also will provide clarifications in cases where, in our judgment, the wording or the headline on an article may lead to misinterpretation.