Privacy Policy

PRIVACY POLICY

Because protecting your privacy is very important to us at the C.S. Lewis Institute, we have established a policy to safeguard your personal information, and we are committed to protecting its confidentiality. Our Internet site collects no personally identifiable information about you except when you specifically and knowingly provide such information.

E-mail Addresses

When you provide us your e-mail address we will not rent, sell, or exchange your e-mail address with a third party for any purpose.

Requests for Products or Services
When you request a product or service from us, we need to collect and store your name, address, and other basic personally identifiable information to provide you with the requested product or service and for billing purposes. This information is necessary so we can accurately process your request.

Your e-mail address will be obtained during the online ordering process for the purpose of corresponding with you about your purchase and to occasionally notify you of other product or service opportunities. You may opt-out of receiving any subsequent shopping opportunities by following the unsubscribe information found in each e-mail announcement. Again, we will not rent, sell, or exchange your e-mail address with a third party for any purpose.

Credit Card Safety
Ordering online with us is a secure transaction. All online transactions are handled with industry-standard SSL encryption. This means that when you enter your credit card number into the order or donation form, it is transmitted across the Internet in an encrypted (scrambled) form and then decoded when it gets to us.

Parents
C.S. Lewis Institute does not direct its activities or website material to children. Our Internet site collects no personally identifiable information about its users except what is specifically and knowingly provided by the user. Like information from all other persons, information collected from persons under 18 is used only for the purpose of delivering the requested product or service. This information will not be shared with a third party for any reason. See the section below on Information Removal for the procedure to have information removed.

Other Entities
Companies that are independent from C.S. Lewis Institute operate many of the online areas that you visit via links from our website. Although C.S. Lewis Institute will seek to require that these independent companies (e.g., information providers, including advertisers and merchants) adhere to our strong privacy principles, C.S. Lewis Institute does not bear responsibility for their policies or actions.

C.S. Lewis Institute reserves the right to cooperate with law enforcement officials in the investigation of alleged unlawful activities of our customers related to electronic communication transmitted on our site. C.S. Lewis Institute will have no legal liability for such disclosures.

Information Removal/Changes
Anyone wishing to have their contact information removed from C.S. Lewis Institute records or changed may simply call or write, and we will happily and promptly comply.

C.S. Lewis Institute
8001 Braddock Road, Suite 300
Springfield, VA 22151-2110
703/914-5602

staff@cslewisinstitute.org

 
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