Our Use of Personal and Non-Personal Information
We collect two kinds of information about our online visitors: personal and non-personal. Visitors are not required to register to access the public pages of our sites.
Non-personal information is collected to track statistical information regarding the number and type of guests visiting the Principle Studies website in order to guide our efforts to improve our site. The non-personal information we monitor includes the browser type and operating system used by our visitors; areas of the sites visited; date and time of access; host or service-provider information; and identification of the referring site. This information is used exclusively for our internal purposes and is not disclosed to any non-affiliated third parties.
Personal information that can identify a visitor, such as name, address, or contact information, is collected only when voluntarily offered and solely for purposes that are clearly identified on our site. Personal information acquired through registration is kept confidential and will not be disclosed to third parties except as may be required by law. The Institute for Principle Studies does not seek personal information from children online.
Our Use of “Cookies”
Our Use of Analytics
The Institute for Principle Studies may use Google Analytics to help us gather details about the use of our websites. Google Analytics is a Web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how visitors engage with their sites. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends without identifying individual visitors. For more information, please visit http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/.
The privacy of communication over the Internet cannot be guaranteed, because the Internet is not a secure medium. The Institute for Principle Studies does not assume responsibility for any harm, loss, or damage you may incur by the sending of personal or confidential information over the Internet by or to the Institute for Principle Studies.
The Institute for Principle Studies respects the privacy of its donors and their choice not to have personal information shared. The Institute for Principle Studies does not sell, rent, or trade donor information (collected online or offline) to any third parties except as may be required by law.