What information does Soroptimist collect and how is personal information used once it is collected?
Anonymous information refers to data that cannot be tied back to a specific individual. Soroptimist does not collect any personal information from users browsing its public website. Only aggregate data-such as the number of hits per page, browsers and platform types-is collected. Aggregate data is only used for internal and marketing purposes and does not provide any personally identifying information.
Personally identifiable information refers to data that tells Soroptimist specifically who the visitor is. To gain access to members-only resources and personalization features on the Soroptimist website, members are asked to provide some limited information. This data is submitted voluntarily. Soroptimist asks users to provide their name and member number for Login purposes, and to verify contact information for convention registration.
The database storing Soroptimist membership contact information is a record that is held in trust. Its use for commercial or solicitation purposes is denied to all. Non-members will be denied requests for lists of members and clubs. Only the Soroptimist Board of Directors may grant exceptions.
What are “cookies” and how does Soroptimist use them?
Soroptimist does not disclose credit card account information provided by its members. When members choose to use their credit cards, Soroptimist submits the information needed to obtain payment to the appropriate clearinghouse.
What privacy issues arise with links to other sites and who collects information and has access to it?
Data collected through Soroptimist’s website is generally collected and maintained solely by Soroptimist.
This website contains links to other websites. Soroptimist has no control over, and is not responsible for, the privacy policies or content of such sites.
How can members modify their Soroptimist member information?
Members may choose to “opt out” of receiving materials. If members do not “opt out” of receiving such promotional materials, Soroptimist reserves the right to e-mail materials related to its services.
Soroptimist may occasionally need to send members messages pertaining to their use of the services and/or the sites. Members will not be able to “opt out” of receiving such messages. These messages are limited in that they, among other things, will clearly indicate the originator of the e-mail.
What types of security procedures are in place to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of information?