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Information Collection and Use
When you register on an IBSMA or ECP Web site (ECPweb manages some sites for IBSMA), for IBSMA events or purchase products, we ask for personal information (in some cases for credit cards). We use this information to provide you with the highest-quality service and to tailor our products to suit you.
Information Sharing and Disclosure
IBSMA does not sell, share or rent personal information about you collected on Web sites.
If you no longer want to receive e-mail alerts and other general communications from IBSMA, you may unsubscribe by contacting IBSMA via e-mail (instructions included on each email offering) or phone.
In order to attend IBSMA events or receive publications, you may be asked to complete a registration form. During registration, you are required to provide contact information which is used to determine whether you are a subscriber or authorized to receive the information on behalf of your employer.
Purchases and Fulfillment
When you place an order or register for an IBSMA event, we may request additional information such as credit card number and expiration date. This information is used for confirmation and billing purposes. The contact information you provide is used to service the order. Also, when you register for an event, we may request additional information. This information is used only for the specific event.
IBSMA (and its affiliates) use third-party service providers such as credit card processing companies, shipping companies, mailing houses and event coordinators together with other service providers as required to satisfy client requests.
When you register for an IBSMA event, we may provide necessary information to other parties. These parties are allowed to use that personal information only to provide services relevant to the event or service.
We monitor how you use our Web sites including pages visited, documents viewed and search terms you enter. If you are a registered user or subscriber, this information is stored with your registration information. Aggregated (not personally identifiable) forms of this data may also be used in order to help us understand and study other features, services and enhancements for our Web sites.
A cookie is a small piece of computer code that enables Web servers to "identify" visitors. Each time you initiate a session on IBSMA Web sites, a cookie is set in order to identify you and, when appropriated, determine your access privileges. Cookies do not store any of the information that you have provided to the site. They are simply identifiers.
You have the ability to delete cookie files from your hard drive at any time. However, you should know that cookies may be necessary to provide you with access to much of the content and many of the features of IBSMA Web sites. We use cookie technology to enable registered users to move quickly and securely through access-controlled areas of the sites. Cookie technology also enables registered users to take advantage of certain useful features on the sites, including contact information on the IBSMA shop-online system.
Links to Other Sites
IBSMA Web sites contain links to other Web sites. IBSMA is not responsible for the privacy practices of other sites. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by IBSMA Web sites.
IBSMA provides its users with a secure online experience. All user and registration information is stored behind a firewall and accessible by a limited number of employees who have special access rights. Confidential personal information (including financial information) sent to us is transmitted using Secure Socket Layer technology. If you have any questions about the security at our Web sites, please send an e-mail to Security@IBSMA.com
Updating Personal Information
If your personal information changes, you may update it at any time. To correct or update personal information, contact IBSMA.
If you would like to be taken off our marketing lists, please send an e-mail to Services@IBSMA.com. For additional questions, please contact IBSMA.