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i2Coalition Privacy Policy

This page was updated on 5/25/18.

Overview

This Privacy Policy (Policy) governs the ways in which the Internet Infrastructure Coalition, Inc. (i2Coalition, we, us, or our) collects, uses, maintains and discloses information collected from our Members and site visitors. In the course of working with members of i2Coalition (Members), we collect information. Cookies and tools collect information on site visitors and examine it for the purpose of improving the site.

All information either alone, or when combined with other information, may be processed in such a way as to identify Members, their employees or agents, or site visitors individually. Members’ employees/agents and third-party visitors to our website are referred to in this Policy as “Users” (also you or your). This Policy describes how we collect and use various categories of information in ways which can identify a User or Member individually.

Information that We Collect

Registration, Billing and Customer Records

When an organization becomes a Member, the Member provides us with information such as name, address, phone number, username, credit/debit card or bank information and other personally identifiable or confidential information. This information may be aggregated to create an administrative record of information related to membership, which may include information collected at future points (such as if the organization were to discontinue membership) among other things (collectively, Registration and Billing Information). Some of the Registration and Billing Information may individually identify one or more Users associated with a Member.

Cookies

This site uses cookies – small text files that are placed on a machine to help the site provide a better User experience. In general, cookies are used to retain User preferences, store information for things like shopping carts, and provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications like Google Analytics.

In particular, the i2Coalition uses cookies from three providers, Google Analytics, Tockify, and Blacknight to track visitor behavior. Google Analytics places cookies in order to report to us the demographics data below. Tockify and Blacknight use this to generate their own statistical information, as detailed below, to better serve their customers (including, in this case, i2Coalition.

Cookies may provide statistical information such as the date a User reached our site, the computer he or she used, its operating system, where the User came from, where he or she goes upon leaving our website, how the User behaves while on our site, the IP address associated with the User, and by extension of that an approximate geolocation.

By using i2Coalition’s website you consent to our use of cookies. This is called “implied consent.” Any User who does not consent to the use of cookies should disable cookies. The most effective way to do this is to disable cookies in your browser. We suggest consulting the Help section of your browser or taking a look at the About Cookies website which offers guidance for all modern browsers.

Submitted Information

In order to best assist those who fill out the forms on this site, we may contact you using the data submitted in this form for the purpose of determining interest in i2Coalition membership. We may send you recurring emails from our special interest lists or newsletters based on the preferences selected in that form, such as monthly legislative updates, policy briefs, and i2Coalition member news. For event attendance registrations, we may share names or email address with external meeting planners in order to book meetings, reserve space, order food, and supplies, or other necessary acts associated with the event. i2Coalition will not sell or share your name or email address to a third party for commercial or marketing purposes.

How We Use the Information We Collect

Statistical Information

This information is primarily collected via cookies, and we use the information provided by the cookies to improve our site and services; to monitor our website performance; to modify the way the website looks to visitors; to keep visitors logged in to certain areas of the website, and to collect demographic data about visitors and members. This is done by sending anonymized tracking data to third-party applications, commonly Google Analytics, as explained above.

We also collect information through polls that run on our website, in the form of responses to those polls. However, this information does not identify the User personally.

Registration and Billing Information

We use Registration and Billing Information to identify Members and their associated User(s) individually. Registration and Billing Information is used throughout our organization to provide services to Members and to market to Members, through their associated Users. Information related to payment, such as a Member’s credit card number, is only used to ensure we receive payment for membership. It may be shared with third parties affiliated with us if they provide services through us to a Member and those services are billed by them independently.

Statistical Information

We use statistical information to operate our organization and administer our website. We may use aggregate information to modify the services we offer. We do not use this data to identify Members or site visitors individually.

Other Disclosures

i2Coalition is required to comply with relevant laws, regulations and judicial orders In respect of information covered by this Policy. Information we collect, even if not discussed in this Policy may be disclosed to third parties if we determine, in our sole discretion, that such a disclosure is necessary or required. We may also disclose this information if in our sole discretion such a disclosure is necessary or required to protect our interests or the interests of our members. i2Coalition uses the following third parties: Salesforce, Memberclicks, Quickbooks, MailChimp, Trustwave via Authorize.net, G Suite, Blacknight Solutions. For more information regarding how they maintain and handle data, please view their privacy policies.

Data Security

The information covered by this Privacy Policy is protected using industry standard security measures. Unless disclosure is authorized as set out in this Policy, our employees and other individuals providing assistance to us are required to keep Member and User information confidential. However, no means of communication or information transmission or storage is totally secure. We cannot be responsible for loss, corruption, or unauthorized acquisition and use of information (each, an Incident), or for any damages resulting from such an Incident. The i2Coalition does have a breach notification plan should the need arise.

Options and Inquiries

If at any time, you would like to know how specific information is handled, inquire what data we are in possession of, or ask us to remove such data please email us at contact@i2coalition.com.

To modify or update the information covered by this Privacy Policy, please contact us by email or by telephone at one of the numbers listed on our website.

 

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