Our commitment to member privacy. The Berkshire Conference of Women Historians knows that you care about how your personal information is protected, used and shared. We take the privacy and the storage of your personal data very seriously, whether you are a member, a guest or merely a visitor to our web site.
Protected information may include required and voluntary membership information, IP addresses, the location from which the site is accessed, pseudonyms used for blog comments, and traffic data (number of hits, number of unique hits, time on site, pages navigated, log on and log off times.) The Berkshire Conference is not liable for third-party practices, such as Amazon, PayPal, or any financial instrument that members may use to purchase memberships or other Berkshire Conference service.
Information we ask you to provide. Members joining after July 15, 2014, will be required to provide their names, street address, email address, and membership level. All other profile information is voluntary.
Email addresses will only be used by The Berkshire Conference of Women Historians to communicate with its members. From time to time, we may rent our membership list to selected scholarly organizations and publishers for limited use. When registering, you will be given the opportunity to decline the release of your email address to any third party. Members are prohibited from using emails listed on the website for any purpose not authorized by The Berkshire Conference of Women Historians.
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.
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