By visiting our website, you agree that you have read these terms, you understand them and your visit is governed by the United States Power Squadrons Privacy and Legal policies, which may be revised from time to time.
United States Power Squadrons, America’s Boating Club, has created this privacy statement to demonstrate our commitment to privacy and to inform you about the type of information we collect and the use to which we put such information. The following summarizes our data gathering and dissemination practices, which applies for all United States Power Squadrons-affiliated websites, regardless of their location on the internet.
Our online forms ask visitors for contact information (such as an email address). We use the contact information to communicate with our visitor when necessary or appropriate. We do not sell your information or communicate with you outside the topic of boating or boating safety.
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We exercise the same care in managing, transmitting and securing personal information we receive through our websites as we use in dealing with our own personal information. We protect personal information using safeguards that we believe to be appropriate to the sensitivity of the information using security technology commercially available to us. This includes use of passwords and encryption. It’s important to understand that data transmission over the internet isn’t 100 percent secure. Despite our efforts, we cannot guarantee the absolute security of any information transmitted to us, and therefore, you do so at your own risk.
If you have questions about this privacy statement, the practices of the United States Power Squadrons/America’s Boating Club website or your dealings with this website, contact the national secretary.