ITWomen.org Privacy Statement
The minimum required information to complete a membership application is first and last name, e-mail address, and a phone number.
All of the required and optional information that you provide is automatically entered into ITWomen's membership database. ITWomen, Inc., will NOT sell, exchange, or provide to advertisers and mass marketers your membership information.
Members of ITWomen, Inc., may provide the amount of contact information they choose to site users and other members via the Web site's member look-up directory.
ITWomen will use aggregated demographic information to compile statistics to promote and develop ITWomen. Identifiable personal information will NOT be used. For example, in a press release or solicitation for value-added member benefits, ITWomen may share that a certain percentage of members possess xyz certifications, own their own companies, or are fluent in two or more languages, etc.
A range of articles, white papers, events, links and other files can be submitted to ITWomen.org for online posting consideration. It is assumed that contributors are at liberty to offer their submissions. ITWomen cannot be held responsible for intentional or unintentional violations of copyrights or permissions on content submitted to it.
A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user's hard drive containing a unique identifiable number assigned to the user. It is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information during your visit to our Web site. Cookies may be used to determine the number of visitors to particular pages or make your usage more convenient, but they are not tied to any personally identifiable information. Once you close your browser, the session-based cookie terminates.
We may also track information such as patterns of visitor usage to compile this information into a statistical aggregate which we use for internal purposes, including improvements to the site.
Personally identifiable information is stored on secured servers by Memberize, the vendor whose application powers this Web site. Memberize guarantees servers against power outages by using automated backup power systems. Questions about the security or internal accessibility of the servers that store information entered through our Web site can be directed to Memberize.com
Your financial transactions such as online payment for events and membership are handled through secure, encrypted, confidential online credit card transaction.
LINKS TO OTHER WEB SITES
In our Library area, and elsewhere, ITWomen provides links to other web sites. We make every effort to select these links with care; however, as we do not control these sites, we cannot take responsibility for their content or for their privacy policies. How information in these external links are used and interpreted is the responsibility of the user. Whenever you leave ITWomen.org, we encourage you to read the individual privacy policies of these sites before using them and consult additional parties as required.
The content on ITWomen.org is copyrighted and cannot be redistributed or used for commercial purposes.
USAGE AND CHANGES
By using this site, you are signifying an agreement to the terms and conditions of this policy. Please check this page periodically to learn of any changes or modifications to the privacy and security policy, as using the site after changes are posted means acceptance of such changes.
Services of ITWomen.org are provided "as is" and ITWomen, Inc., is not responsible or liable for temporary suspension or denial of service due to circumstances beyond its control, including application failures, hurricanes, and cyber attacks. Even with the best efforts, no security system is completely impenetrable, and no site can guarantee the absolute security of its database or the prevention of a remote possibility that the information you supply could be intercepted over the Internet. That said, we are passionately committed to protecting your personal information with every reasonable precaution in our control as outlined above.