Privacy & Security
Privacy & Security
The Grandfather Mountain Stewardship Foundation is committed to high standards that require honesty, integrity and fairness. Grandfather Mountain will collect no personal information about you unless you choose to provide that information to us. We do not use techniques that collect personal information about you without your knowledge. You have the right to decline to have any information collected or transferred for marketing purposes.
What happens to your personal information?
All personal information that is collected on our Web site is stored in a secure location. At no time will the Grandfather Mountain Stewardship Foundation solicit personal information to third party vendors without prior consent, as we respect the privacy and confidentiality of our Web site visitors.
What about spam?
Subscribers will not receive any unsolicited emails or correspondence if they have not provided Grandfather Mountain with prior permission. From time to time we may use email as a way to keep in touch with our Web site visitors; however, we do not send “spam” (unsolicited marketing e-mail). If you agree to receive email communications from us, every email message we send to you will include an email address to which you can respond. If at any time you decide you do not want to receive marketing email from us, simply let us know and we will remove your name and email address from our mailing list.
When you leave this site
This policy discloses the privacy practices for our Web site. However, our site contains links to other sites. Once you link to another site, you are subject to the privacy and security policies of the new site. We encourage you to read the privacy policies of all Web sites you visit, especially if you share any personal information.
Users are prohibited from violating or attempting to violate the security of the site. By way of example, you are prohibited from (a) accessing data not intended for such user or logging onto a server or an account which the user is not authorized to access; (b) attempting to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of a system or network or to breach security without proper authorization; (c) attempting to interfere with service to any user, host or network; (d) sending unsolicited mail, including promotions and/or advertising of products or services.