AAF-Akron recognizes that the growth of online services, including Internet services, has created many privacy concerns. These concerns focus on protecting “individually identifiable” information that an individual reasonably expects to be kept private. As the term suggests, individually identifiable information is information that can be associated with a specific individual or entity, such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address and/or information about online activities directly linked to them. It is common practice and often a necessity in order to conduct business and offer services. For example, our organization may collect individually identifiable information in the course of establishing or renewing membership.
For each visitor to AAF-Akron website, our server recognizes only the visitor’s domain name. We review for internal purposes and then discard it.
Unless your e-mail requests a response, AAF-Akron will not ordinarily retain your e-mail, postal or telephone information (if provided). Once we have responded to your e-mail, we will discard your contact information unless we advise you otherwise and give you the opportunity to refuse.
If you request information or products or if you have a complaint, and we are unable to respond, your request may be forwarded to an AAF-Akron member who can adequately respond. Your request would be forwarded along with any e-mail, postal, or telephone information you have provided. We will not forward your request if you ask that we not do so.
If you are an AAF-Akron member, we compile lists for communications and marketing purposes. We may provide your information to AAF-Akron affinity partners who we believe provide goods and/or services that may be useful. You may ask us to remove you from this list by clicking unsubscribe [[Link to email template?]] on the email or contacting our website administrator at email@example.com.