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Privacy Policy

Our Commitment To Privacy
Your privacy is important to us and is essential to maintaining the relationship of trust that exists between the Community of Content Creators, (it) magazine and all of our users, whether they be nonprofit organizations, volunteers, readers of our newsletters or other visitors to our sites. This notice of our privacy policy is intended to help you understand our online information security practices.

The Information We Collect
You may have accessed (it) magazine directly by visiting our Web site, the home page of which is located at, or through the Web site of one of our third-party partners with whom we have teamed to provide our cause related content. This notice applies to all information you submit to (it) magazine, whether through the (it) magazine Web site or through the Web site of one of our Partners. Please note that we cannot be responsible for the information you submit directly to third parties, including our Partners, who may have their own posted policies regarding the collection and use of your information. We urge you to review the policies of our Partners through whom you may access our services.

The types of personal information (“Information”) we collect are:

For Newsletter / Member submissions:

* First and Last Name
* Email address
* Zip code
* Gender and Age
* Topics of Interest
* Optional:
– Mailing address

For Volunteers:

* First and Last Name
* Email address
* Phone number
* Area of skill
* ZIP code
* Optional:
– Mailing address

For Nonprofit Organizations:

* Organization Information: Name of organization, contact information (including contact title, first and last name, phone, street address and email), mission statement and description of services. Fax, web site address, and directions to physical location optional.
* Opportunity Information: Contact email, description, and location information (either street location or “virtual” designation). Required skills, date, time, commitment information and volunteer age/group size optional.

How We Use Information
We use the Information we collect about you to provide information to you about (it) magazine, non-profit organizations and related industry topics of interest to our readers. We use return email addresses to answer the email we receive. Please be aware that, to the extent required to provide our services, we share your Information with volunteers, nonprofit organizations, or our Partners, as applicable:

For Newsletter Subscribers:
We may use our email lists for sending out our newsletter and other (it) magazine outbound communications. We do not, however, sell, rent or trade our volunteer, administrator, nonprofit, or general newsletter email addresses to outside parties.

For Volunteers:
If you indicate to us that you are interested in a particular volunteer opportunity and provide us with your Information, we will forward your Information to our Team Leaders or the nonprofit organization that is hosting that opportunity so that they can contact you regarding your potential involvement. Unless you opt out, your name will be added to the (it) magazine newsletter email list.

To the extent that you have provided any Information to us through our Web site or the Web site of one of our Partners regarding volunteer opportunities associated with one of our Partners, we may share your Information with the applicable Partner. Each of our Partners has its own policies regarding the collection and use of personal information, and (it) magazine is not responsible for their use of your Information.

For Nonprofit Organizations:
If you submit Information to us as a nonprofit organization, then your Information will be accessible by anyone who accesses (it) magazine. Nonprofits who receive email addresses from potential volunteer signups are strongly encouraged to adopt privacy standards similar to those of (it) magazine. Each such organization, however, has its own policies regarding collection and use of personal information and we are not responsible for their use of your Information. For more about a nonprofit organization’s policy, please contact them directly using the contact information posted for that organization on our site.

Cookies are tiny data files that Web sites commonly write to your hard drive when you visit them so that they can remember you when you visit. A cookie file contains information that can identify you anonymously and maintain your account’s privacy. Our site uses cookies to maintain a user’s identity between sessions so that the site can be personalized based on user preferences or a user’s history.

Third-party Access and Use
Occasionally, we hire third-party service providers to help us provide or improve the services we offer you. Sometimes it is necessary for these providers to have access to the Information we collect about you. In those cases, we take reasonable steps to ensure that these providers do not use or otherwise disclose any Information we collect about you except for the purpose of fulfilling their service obligations to us.

In addition, we share aggregate information about our users with certain third parties. This information shows user activity as a whole rather than on an individual basis and cannot be used to individually identify you. We use aggregated information we collect about users to continue to improve our service for you.

This site contains links to other sites. (it) magazine is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites.

In the unlikely event that (it) magazine undergoes a sale or transfer of all or substantially all of its assets, the acquiring entity will be subject to this Privacy Policy in its use of your personally identifiable Information. In addition, in the further unlikely event that (it) magazine is adjudicated bankrupt or insolvent (a) there will be no further use or disclosure of your personally identifiable Information by (it) magazine and (b) your personally identifiable Information will be destroyed. In addition, there will be no use or disclosure of your personally identifiable Information by any entity that acquires assets of (it) magazine pursuant to such bankruptcy or insolvency proceedings.

If you are a volunteer and would like to have your Information deleted from the site, you may do so by contacting us at [email protected].

Opting-out of communications
Our communications are optional and allow the nonprofit organization, volunteer, subscriber or other user to unsubscribe from the newsletter. In every email we send, we provide instructions regarding how to opt-out of receiving future mailings. Users may remove their Information from our database so as not to receive our service or future communications by sending an email to [email protected].

Our Commitment To Data Security
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of Information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the Information we collect online.

Changes to Policy
(it) magazine may change this privacy policy from time to time. (it) magazine will notify you of any such changes by posting notice of the changes on the (it) magazine start-up screen. If you object to any such changes, your sole recourse shall be to cease using the (it) magazine Web site. Continued use of the (it) magazine Web site following notice of any such changes shall indicate your acknowledgement of such changes and agreement to be bound by the terms and conditions of such changes.

How To Contact Us
We appreciate your questions or comments about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with (it) magazine. Please send email to [email protected].

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