Website: https://WalkingTheWay.org. This website is committed to protecting your online privacy. We feel it is important for you to know how we handle the information we receive from you via the website. You can visit https://WalkingTheWay.org without revealing any personal information.
1. How we collect and use personal information
- The internal purposes and uses of the Blog
- Operating our site
- Sending you our email newsletter or other information, if you choose to receive it
- Responding to your questions or inquiries
- Registering you for a program or event which you have chosen to attend or in which you have chosen to participate
- Carrying out other purposes that are disclosed to you and to which you consent, and
- Carrying out any other purpose permitted or required by law.
2. IP addresses
We may collect and retain the IP address of all visitors to https://WalkingTheWay.org. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to your computer whenever you access the Internet. IP addresses allow computers and servers to recognize and communicate with one another. We collect IP address information so that we can properly administer our system and gather aggregate information about how our site is being used, including the pages visitors are viewing. To maintain your anonymity, we do not associate IP addresses with records containing personal information. We will use IP address information, however, to personally identify you in order to enforce our legal rights or when required to do so by law enforcement or government authorities.
3. Newsletters or Electronic Correspondence
4. How we use “cookies”
5. What we provide to third parties
https://WalkingTheWay.org does not typically provide any third party access to your IP address or email address.
We may use, or disclose, your personal information to third parties, if we have reason to believe that using or disclosing such information is necessary to: (i) conduct investigations of possible breaches of law; (ii) enforce our legal rights; or (iii) cooperate with government or law enforcement authorities pursuant to a legal matter. Lastly, we may disclose your personal information for any other purpose to which you consent or where permitted or required to do so by applicable law.
https://WalkingTheWay.org may contain links to sites operated by third parties. The Church has no control over and is not responsible for the privacy policies and practices of such third-party sites. If you have any concerns, you are urged to review the terms of those sites for more information about the policies applicable to those sites.
6. Email communications
Email communication that you send to COGWA may be routed to the person who is most able to address your inquiry. We make every effort to respond in a timely fashion once communications are received. Once we have responded to your communication, it is discarded or archived, depending on the nature of the inquiry.. If you wish to keep your communication private, please use our “Contact” link (available at the bottom of every page).
7. Complaint process
If you believe your privacy rights have been violated or if you have another complaint or problem, you may email us by clicking the “Contact” link at the bottom of any page. We will endeavor to respond to you in an attempt to resolve the problem.”.
8. How we Protect Personal Information
The security of your personal information is important to us. We protect your personal information by maintaining physical, organizational and technological safeguards intended to help protect against unauthorized use, disclosure or access. Personal information may only be accessed by persons within our organization who require such access to carry out the purposes indicated above, or such other purposes as may be permitted or required by the applicable law.
For persons who are not residents of the United States, please note that some or all of the personal information we collect may be stored or processed on servers located outside your jurisdiction of residence, including in the United States, whose data protection laws may differ from the jurisdiction in which you live. As a result, this information may be subject to access requests from governments, courts, or law enforcement agencies in those jurisdictions according to laws in those jurisdictions.
9. Access and Rectification
You have a right to request access to your personal information and to request a correction to it if you believe it is inaccurate. If you have submitted personal information to us and would like to have access to it, or if you would like to have it corrected, please contact us using the contact information provided above. You may also request that we delete or remove any of your personal information which we have collected. We will use reasonable efforts to comply with your request. However, in some cases we may not be able to allow you to access certain personal information in certain circumstances (for example, if it contains personal information of other persons, or for legal reasons). In such cases, as appropriate, we will provide you with a reasonable explanation of why it is not possible to grant access to your personal information.