About Us: The Woodhull Institute Website is a social networking site (the “Website”) that allows members to create unique personal profiles online in order to find and communicate with other Woodhull Institute members. Members of the Website can set up unique personal profiles, view other member’s profiles, post comments regarding ways to improve Woodhull Institute products, and share photos, diagrams, videos and other files.
Your Information: To become a member of the Website, you will be asked to create a user ID and to submit some information about yourself, including your gender, date of birth, email address, which we will use to create a unique personal profile for you. We keep this information and display it on the site, allowing other members and online visitors to view your profile and communicate with you. We also use your email address to send you updates about our site. We use your profile information to gather demographic information about our site and generate reports, and we may share this aggregated demographic data and reports with other third parties.
Please note that you post your personal information on the Website at your own risk. While we do our best to control who may access your profile, we cannot guarantee that users will use it appropriately or that people will not circumvent our security measures. We are also not responsible for how other members or online users utilize the information you send to other members in messages or in comments you may post to message boards or chat rooms. We also reserve the right to use your information in other ways we may deem appropriate in our sole discretion.
When you log on to the Website, we collect other information from you such as your IP address and browser type. We may use this information to gather statistics about our site or share it with advertisers. We also use “cookies” to store other information from your browser. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user’s computer that maintains certain information about the user. Cookies make it easier for you to log on to the Website, keep track of when you are online and facilitate interaction between you and Woodhull Institute and its advertisers.
Your Friends: You can voluntarily provide the email addresses of your friends to invite them to the Website. We will use those email addresses to invite your friends to our site. If they do not want their information stored by us, they can contact us at [e-mail address to contact to be deleted] to be deleted from our database.
Your Choices: You can change your profile information or modify your account settings so that you do not receive email updates from us at any time by logging into the “Edit Profile” section of the site.
Security: To protect your personal information, member accounts are password-protected. Please note, however, that we cannot guarantee the security of member account information.
Our Policy: This policy explains the practices we use with respect to information collected from the Website. We are, of course, not responsible for privacy policies or practices of any other sites, including sites that may be linked to our site. If we change our procedures or practices, we will immediately update this policy to reflect the changes, and the modifications to the policy will be effective upon posting. Please check this policy periodically to learn how your information is collected and used by Woodhull Institute.