CDXA is strongly committed to maintaining your privacy.
The following text explains our policies on gathering information from visitors to the www.cdxa.org website. CDXA considers your use of this web site as consent to the information gathering policy.
Collection of Information: When you visit www.cdxa.org, your session may be tracked, including the date and time of your visit, the server IP address, and your Web browser type. Even though your session is tracked, the information is not personally identifiable. This anonymous information is used to help improve the Web site by determining the pages most frequently visited and the length of time spent on each page. None of this information is reviewed at an individual level.
CDXA does not give, share or sell any of this information to third parties. CDXA uses this information only to measure the traffic and improve your experience on the Web site.
Information You Supply: If you voluntarily supply your personal information to CDXA while visiting the website - through either a Web form or electronic email - CDXA uses this information to process your request or send information you requested.
CDXA understand the need to safeguard your personal information. CDXA does not give, share, sell, or distribute any of your information to third parties, except to the extent that it is necessary to comply in responding to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal proceedings.
If you are uncomfortable accepting "cookies," you can customize your privacy settings inside your browser to reject all "cookies".
Third Party Sites: CDXA is not responsible for the contents or accuracy of any linked site or any changes or updates to such sites. If you decide to access any of the third party sites, you do this entirely at your own risk.
Do we Need an SSL Certificate for our Website? A SSL certificate is NOT required if you don't gather personal information and instead forward your customers to a 3rd party payment processor like PayPal. This can be done as simply as embedding a PayPal button to your website. PayPal uses their own certificate to encrypt customers transactions.