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Information Collected

There are two types of information collected from customers and members of the Northern California & Western Nevada Chapter, American Concrete Institute (hereinafter the Chapter)—information involuntarily supplied when a user accesses a Chapter web site and information voluntarily supplied when a user completes a form, requests information, or places an order.

Information collected from you is used to provide the service requested. Some of this information may be retained for future use to enable the Chapter to provide future services or inform you of new services or information of interest to those in the concrete community.

Access to Your Information

Except as described in this policy, when you supply personal information to the Chapter, you share that information only with the Chapter and the authorized agents it has retained to implement transactions.

How We Work to Keep Information Secure

The Chapter takes precautions to protect your information. When you submit sensitive information via the website, we make commercially reasonable efforts to protect your information both online and off-line. Because of the nature of the Internet, the Chapter cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you provide to the Chapter. You provide all such information at your own risk.

E-mail

The Chapter does not release e-mail addresses to outside organizations. Chapter members and customers may opt out of all promotional e-mail communication. All Chapter created and supported promotional e-mails have "unsubscribe" instructions.

Postal Mail

From time to time, the Chapter may release names and mailing addresses to outside organizations for promotional or informational purposes. All customers who do not want their name released to outside organizations have the opportunity to select a "no mail" option.

The names and mailing addresses of members and customers may be rented to outside organizations for the purposes of sending mailing packages that have been screened by authorized Chapter staff for their suitability. Materials must be of an educational nature for the Chapter to rent its list. The Chapter licenses mailing list usage for one-time only use, and renters are asked to sign their agreement to this practice.

Cookies

The Chapter websites may use cookies to store and help track your information. Cookies are pieces of information that are sent to your browser from a Web server and stored on your computer's hard drive.

Information from Server Logs

As the Chapter web site is used, our server records information about the session. This information includes such things as the web site from which your inquiry originated, what browser you are using, the country from which you accessed the Internet, the time and date of your visit, how long your session lasted, what pages you visited, and your Internet Service address. This allows us to serve you better.

The information from our server logs is used to learn about web site visitors as a group, not about you as an individual. We use IP addresses and other user information to analyze trends, administer the site, track usage of areas of the site, and gather broad demographic information.

Cooperation with Law Enforcement and Legal Process

The Chapter cooperates with governmental agencies and other third parties to enforce laws. The Chapter will disclose information as we believe necessary or appropriate, in connection with an investigation of fraud, intellectual property infringements, or other activity that may be illegal or may expose the Chapter, its authorized agents, or you to possible legal liability. We also provide records and information as may be required by a subpoena.

Children

ACI does not intentionally or knowingly collect information from children. The Chapter neither identifies information as originating from children nor does the Chapter market its goods and services to children.

Modifications

This policy may change over time as the institute modifies or expands its services. Therefore, users are advised to review this policy from time-to-time to maintain an up-to-date understanding of how information supplied is handled.

Correct/Update Personal Information

The Chapter allows you to change or modify your personal information by visiting your My Profile web page.

Questions

Your privacy is important to us. If you have any questions about this privacy policy or the practices of the Chapter web site, please contact the Chapter Webmaster at Northern California & Western Nevada Chapter, American Concrete Institute, P. O. Box 2393, Elk Grove, CA 95759; Phone: (925) 200-6072.

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