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We support initiatives to protect people's privacy rights.
We collect standard logs of access to our site. We have never used our access logs or the results of our monitoring for anything but our own administrative purposes. We have never opened those logs or the results of our monitoring to anyone other than our administrators, representatives or agents. It is not our policy to use our access logs or the results of our monitoring for any other purpose.
It is not our policy to either put "cookies" on users' computers or read cookies that may have been put there by ourselves or by others.
On certain pages we give users the option of providing us with names, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, email addresses, and other addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, email addresses, and other personal information, and various other kinds of details.
On some pages, users can sign up to receive additional information by e-mail through an e-mail subscription service, or by other means, including postal mail.
Personal information that has been volunteered to us may also be combined with data from other parties, such as public petitions to policymakers. In such cases, we make this purpose clear to the user. We do not and will not undertake such combining for marketing purposes.
When you purchase materials from us through Internet transactions, we collect your name, mailing address, contact information and information necessary for processing. Postal mailing addresses will be used to fulfill the order.
Our sites contain links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy policies of these sites.
We recommend that you take such steps as you feel appropriate to protect your privacy. We would like to be able to tell you that anything you share with us will be completely protected. However, this is not the case. The www.woodconsumption.org site takes no active steps to protect your privacy. Digital data can, and often is obtained by determined people who do not respect fundamental privacy rights. We cannot guarantee that we can protect your privacy against such individuals or organizations, or against accidental or unintentional disclosures by us. Nor can we guarantee that our privacy practices will not someday change in some material respect.
RCA is a supporter of enhanced protections for consumers' electronic and Internet privacy.
For information on this issue, and useful links, go to CPTech.