The Pension Research Council recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of our online visitors. It is our intent to balance the Council’s goals of disseminating information to you with your reasonable expectations of privacy. The following is the way we handle information learned about you from your visits to our website.
Like most other websites, pensionresearchcouncil.org deposits certain bits of information called “cookies” in the computer of someone who elects to register and download papers and chapters from our site for free when that information is provided voluntarily by a website visitor. Cookies are sent back only to the website that deposited them when a visitor returns to that site. Cookies can tell us how and when pages in a website are visited, which pages are visited, and by how many people. We intend to use the information we collect through this technology to improve our site.
Personally Identifiable Information
The Pension Research Council collects personally identifiable information including names, postal addresses, e-mail address, phone numbers and preferences only when that information is provided voluntarily by a website visitor. We reserve the right to contact you very occasionally with updated information, organizational news, special offers, or new services. You reserve the right to refuse this information by contacting us directly. We do not sell or share email addresses we collect on this website with outside or constituent organizations, without explicit permission to do so from you. Users who no longer wish to receive our informational email may opt-out of receiving such communications by emailing us at email@example.com using “Unsubscribe” in the subject line.
Links to Other Sites
As a resource to our visitors, the Pension Research Council may provide links to other websites. We choose websites that we believe are useful and meet our high standards. However we do not guarantee the privacy standards of every website link we provide nor are we responsible for the content of these sites.
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