Information Collection and Use
The Cancer Prevention Institute of California site collects information about each visitor to the web site in four ways:
Note: Your IP address does not contain or reveal personal information about you. Information such as your name, address, or phone number cannot be obtained through your IP address alone. The Cancer Prevention Institute of California’s web servers log all web site visitors’ IP addresses to automatically collect information about usage of the web site. This information is collected to help diagnose problems with our servers, administer our web site, track traffic patterns, and identify ways to make our web site more useful. Information is never used to track or monitor individual users.
Unless specifically requested, any email messages you send to the Cancer Prevention Institute of California, including you email address, are kept private and will not be disclosed to third parties.
If you wish to subscribe to our newsletter, we require certain contact information (name and e-mail address) so we can make sure you receive the newsletter as requested. Users who no longer wish to receive our newsletter may opt out of receiving these communications using the specific instructions found in each newsletter or its corresponding web page.
The Cancer Prevention Institute of California uses a secure third party credit card processing company to handle on-line donations and has no access to credit card information processed through our website. The third party company does not retain, share, store or use personally identifiable information for any secondary purposes. The Cancer Prevention Institute of California’s commitment to confidentiality applies to all online donations it receives.
The Cancer Prevention Institute of California web site contains links to other web sites. When you click on these links you leave the CPIC website. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of sites other than the Cancer Prevention Institute of California web site.