To become a member of the Society, applicants may be asked to provide personally identifiable contact information and some basic demographic data about themselves. The personal information submitted on the membership registration forms is only used for four purposes:
1. Contact information for the Society
2. Society administration
3. Summarized demographic profiling
4. Billing for the Society membership fees
Personally identifiable contact information submitted in the membership registration form will be used by the Society to communicate with you. The Society will never sell, share, or divulge your personal information to any other individual or organization, including other Societies, other partners, and sponsors. Some Society events may be held as joint events with other organizations. Registration lists for those events may be shared with the specifically identified organisation, by permission of the registrant only.
Personally identifiable contact information will also be used for internal administration where access to the information will be limited to the Society Board members and by specific approval of the Board.
Demographic data collected from membership registration forms and membership surveys will only be used in summarised form for statistical and marketing purposes so that individual privacy is always protected.
Control of Personal Information
Your Personal E-mail Address
The e-mail address that you provide may be used by the Society to communicate with you. Your e-mail address will only be used to send information to you regarding Society news, activities, conferences, seminars, events, or related business to the same. We will not sell, rent, or share your e-mail address with anyone including other Societies, other partners, and sponsors. The Society accepts no responsibility, expressed or implied, if you share your e-mail address by sending messages, via any means at any time, to members other than Society Board members.
Web Site Access Logs
Web site usage logs may occasionally be recorded or monitored to assist the Society in improving its services to the membership. The Society will not specifically record which pages an individual member visits but usage of different sections of the Web site may be monitored collectively for statistical and or marketing purposes.
Society Members Remain In Control Of Their Personal Information
As a member of the Society, you have the right to:
1. Review any of your submitted personal information maintained by the Society
2. Modify your personal information at any time
3. Request that your personal information be deleted from the Society's records
You can request the Society to delete and discontinue the use of your personal information and all information that you have submitted by sending an e-mail message to: email@example.com.
Concerns About The Security Of Your Personal Information