Why We Collect Personal Information
We collect Personal Information to identify you, confirm facts about you, and deliver products and services to you, requests for our products and services and as necessary to service your needs.
Personal Information We Maintain or Collect
The following are examples of the types of nonpublic personal information we maintain or collect:
Sharing of Personal Information
We do not share personal information with companies, organizations and individuals outside of Oregon Impact unless one of the following circumstances applies:
We may share non-personally identifiable information publicly and with our partners – like distributors, advertisers or connected sites. For example, we may share information publicly to show trends about the general use of our services.
Protection of Information and Security Procedures
We restrict access to Personal Information about you as a current or former customer to our employees or affiliates who need this information to provide products or services to you and to otherwise service your account(s) with us.
We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with applicable federal and state standards to guard your Personal Information. For example, we use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology supporting up to 128-bit encryption to prevent unauthorized parties from viewing any nonpublic personal information transmitted to or from us.
Privacy Notice - Online Supplement
This section describes our practices regarding information we receive about you during visits to this web site. The amount and type of information we receive depends on how you use this site.
Please note that our website may provide links to third party sites not controlled by us. We suggest that you check the specific Privacy Notices of any site before providing any personally identifiable information.
Please be aware, however, that if you choose to have your personally identifiable information removed from our records, you will no longer be able to receive certain updated information from Oregon Impact, or participate in various functions of the Oregon Impact website.
What Are Cookies
A "cookie" is a small line of text that is stored within your browser when you visit a cookie-enabled website. As you browse the Web, cookie-enabled sites will send cookies to your browser, along with pages. Your browser probably has options that will let you control whether the browser accepts cookies, rejects cookies, or notifies you each time a cookie is sent to you.
If your browser is set to reject cookies, cookie-enabled websites will not recognize you when you return. This provides you with anonymity, but it also makes it very difficult to offer you customized services. It is also less secure than using cookies, because all of your specific data must be sent to the website each time you view a page. Accepting cookies means your private data can stay at the Web server, and the only information transmitted over the Internet is your ID cookie.
If your browser is set to accept cookies, any cookies that are sent to your browser are stored in your computer for a period of time. There are a few different types of cookies. A "session" cookie is stored only in your computer's working memory (RAM) and only lasts for your browsing session. When you close all of your browser's windows, or when you shut down your computer, the session cookie disappears forever. A "permanent" cookie is stored on your computer's hard drive until a specified date, which could be tomorrow, next week, or 10 years from now. Permanent cookies stay on your computer until either a) they expire, b) they are overwritten with newer cookies, c) you manually remove them.
We use permanent cookies to supply visitors to our site with a customized experience. These cookies do not involve personally identifiable information. We also use session cookies to customize your experience during a session, to aid in your navigation and use of the site, to develop generic web site metrics and other similar uses.
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