Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference respects the privacy of its attendees and website visitors and adheres to best practices, applicable U.S. federal laws, and acknowledges the European Union General Data Protection Regulation implementation.
The Fair Trade Campaigns website collects data to better serve members and other users of our website(s). Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference provides commercially reasonable security measures in order to protect against unauthorized access that leads to alteration, possible disclosure, and/or data destruction. No data transmission over the internet can be guaranteed 100 percent secure. Accordingly, Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference cannot and will not guarantee the security of any information on the site.
Information Collected by the Conference
Points of Consent
The Conference requests opt-out consent for the following:
- Marketing Emails
- Marketing Mailings
- Event Registration Lists
Disclosures to Third Parties
Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference does not sell or rent your personal information to anyone except when:
- We have your opt-in consent to share the information;
- We need to share your information to provide the product or service you requested; or
- We need to send the information to companies working on behalf of WEF to provide a product or service.
Credit Card Account Information
The Conference website does not capture credit card account information online from purchases. Credit card payments are processed directly through a certified processor.
IP Addresses and Cookies
The website uses IP addresses for analytical purposes. The IP addresses are used to identify geo-location. This information is used for marketing research by the conference and online advertisers. Users can opt out of geo-location identification on their browser settings.
Cookies are used to track site login information, order information and other personalization.
Links to Non-Conference Sites
Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference is not responsible for content and privacy concerns on non-conference sites.
How to Manage Cookies
How to Enable and Disable Cookies Using Your Browser
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