The LAM Foundation never shares, sells, or rents your contact or donor information collected offline or online that you provide.
Information We Collect & How We Use It
Two types of information are collected, including: personal, or "individually identifiable," information you provide to us or standard web server/visitor traffic information, commonly referred to as "aggregate information," regarding overall Web site traffic patterns. We do not report on individual user sessions. Normally, web servers collect this type of basic information as part of their web log processes.
In addition to information provided by our visitors, we use the normal Internet tracking tools associated with standard Internet protocols and web based systems. This system information is typically stored in log files and the information is used for aggregate reporting. Aggregate reporting includes: total number of visitors, most visited sections, peak traffic times, etc. Log files are simply transaction records web servers maintain. Those logs are used for recording information, such as:
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We maintain records of all contributions to The LAM Foundation. Personal information is private and confidential. Additionally, all information is stored in a secure location accessible only by authorized staff. The LAM Foundation may contact you with further communications. If you wish to restrict the use of your contact information, you can choose to opt out from financial contribution activities or any contact with The LAM Foundation.
Our Commitment to Data Security
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy and ensure the correct use of information, we strive to maintain physical, electronic and administrative safeguards to secure the information we collect online. This includes the use of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Blackbaud's Merchant system for processing contributions securely.
All materials posted to The LAM Foundation website (www.thelamfoundation.org) are protected by federal and international copyright laws.