Florida Paddling Trails Association (FPTA) does not collect any personal information about you when you visit our website unless you choose to provide this information to us. Such information that you may submit is restricted to that which is required to meet your request for information, services, or merchandise.
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Collection of personally identifiable information
Visitors must register in order to use certain features of our website. During registration, a visitor is required to provide contact information such as name, email address, and zip code. We use this information to verify the authenticity of your email, and we may on occasion contact visitors about features and services that we believe may be of interest.
When a visitor asks us to provide information or a service, we request information that enables us to respond to the visitor. This information could include contact information (such as name, mailing address, and email address) and, if applicable, financial, payment, or billing information.
Florida Paddling Trails Association may gather email addresses and other personally identifiable data about visitors when such data is voluntarily submitted to FPTA. For example, our site uses submission forms for visitors to sign up for trail work or events; request information, services, or products; or to become a member. Email addresses from the submission form will be used only for the purpose of contacting you about the particular work party, event, online order or other interaction. You will receive unrelated emails only if you have specifically opted-in to one of our mailing lists at the time you provided it. Other contact information (e.g., mailing address) may be used to contact you about opportunities with the FPTA that we feel may be of interest to you.
Florida Paddling Trails Association does not sell, trade or otherwise disclose such user information outside our organization. However, if you become a member of Florida Paddling Trails Association, some information on our membership lists, such as your name and address, may be exchanged with other organizations that partner with FPTA.
A cookie is a small data file stored on a visitor's computer that contains information about the visitor. Like most websites, FPTA may place a cookie in the browser files of a visitor's computer. You can browse this site and access most information without revealing your identity. However, some web pages require cookies to be enabled on your browser. If you choose not to accept cookies, you will not be able to access those pages.
Last Update: December 11, 2010