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Privacy Policy

The ways and manners that The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy handles information have been created knowing that Internet technologies are evolutionary and that Internet business methods of changing technologies are continuing to evolve to meet the needs and opportunities. As a result, The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy’spolicies and procedures are subject to change.

In serving its members and visitors, The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracyacquires, stores and transmits customer information, data, and communications that customers may regard as private or sensitive. Some of this information – such as the member/visitor’s name, address, telephone number, and credit card data – is provided to The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy by its members/visitors as consideration and payment in establishing service. Other information – such as the member/visitor’s account status, choice of services, and member/visitor logs – is created and maintained by The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy in the normal course of providing service. The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy also uses cookies, which are small pieces of information that a web site can store in a designated file on a user’s computer for various reasons. For example, The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy uses cookies to keep users logged into their site throughout ordering processes. In addition, The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy may store customers’ electronic mail and other communications to provide accurate and timely transmission and delivery of those communications.

Data Security

The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy will protect the confidentiality of its members/visitors’ data, account data, and personal communications to the fullest extent possible and consistent with the law and the legitimate interests of The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, its partners, its employees and other members of The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy services. To protect customers and and itself from loss, misuse, and alteration of information that is collected from customers, The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy has appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial security procedures in place.

How is customer information used?

The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy does not share information with partners, nor does The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy sell member or visitor information to other organizations.

Opt Out & Modifications

Some members and visitors may access and modify their personal information via their online personal control panel/account information page. All other members and visitors may access and modify their personal information by contacting The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy by phone or email.

Disclosure of customer information and communications

The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy will not otherwise disclose its members/visitors’ personal and account information unless The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy has reason to believe that disclosing such information is necessary to identify, make contact with, or bring legal action against someone who may be causing harm or interfering with the rights or property of The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy’s members or visitors, or others, or where The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy has a good faith belief that the law requires such disclosure.

The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy also will not, except for reasons stated below, disclose to third parties the contents of any electronic mail or other electronic communications that The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy stores or transmits for its members and visitors. The circumstances under which The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy will disclose such electronic  communications are when:

1. it is necessary in order to provide service to the member/visitor;
2. it is necessary to protect the legitimate and legal interests of The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy and its members/visitors;
3. it is required to cooperate with interception orders, warrants, or other legal process thatThe Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy determines in its sole discretion to be valid and enforceable; and
4. it is necessary to provide to a law enforcement agency when the contents are inadvertently obtained by The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy and appear to pertain to the commission of a crime.

The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy does not have any intention to censor, edit or engage in ongoing review or surveillance of communications stored on or transmitted through its facilities by members, visitors, or others. The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy will, however, review, delete or block access to communications that may harmThe Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, its members, visitors, or third parties. The grounds on which The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy may take such action include, but are not limited to, actual or potential violations of The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy’s Terms of Service / Acceptable Use Policy.

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