YOUR PRIVACY RIGHTS:
Your IP Address
Each time you visit the Site, we automatically collect your IP address and the web page from which you came. In order to administer and optimize the Site for you and to diagnose problems with our Site, we use your IP address to help identify you and to gather broad demographic information about you.
Information We Collect From You
In order to operate SALTLAW.org and provide you with the capacity to join on-line, make contributions, and to register for events, we may collect profile information (i.e. information that could be used to contact you such as full name, postal address, phone number and email address), financial information (e.g. passwords and credit card numbers), demographic information (e.g. zip code, work address, law school affiliation), and a user name from you.
Information Other Web Sites Collect From You
How We Use Personal Information
To process membership, contributions, and event registration transactions on SALTLAW.org, we may share your profile information with our agents, representatives, contractors and service providers so they can provide us with support services such as authorization of credit card transactions, and co-hosts of events. We require these entities not to use your information for any other purpose.
SALTLAW.org and SALT do not sell email lists of members or former members. However, in some instances, SALT does sell its mailing list to law schools and legal publishers.
Our Security Precautions, Location of Information
SALTLAW.org has security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. Your information may be transferred to and maintained on computer networks which may be located outside of the state, province, country or other governmental jurisdiction in which you reside, and the countries in which these computer networks are located may not have privacy laws as protective as the laws in your country.
Our Commitment To Data Security
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.
How You Can Access and Update Your Email Preferences, Personal Information and Public/Private Designations
When you provide profile information to the Site, you must enter a user name. You may also be given the chance to designate certain of your profile information and other information as "public" or "private" and to opt-out of receiving certain communications from us and third parties, as described above. We also give you the opportunity to opt-out of certain communications and/or modify profile information you have provided to us and selecting those portions of your profile you would like to update. Please be aware that it may take several hours for the changes you make to your public information or your public/private information designations to take affect on the public areas of the Site. We thank you for your patience.