Women in Aviation International ("WAI") understands the importance of your privacy. We do not use tracking systems to gather information from visitors to our web site. WAI only collects personal information when you join as a member of WAI, register for one of our conferences, or use/purchase WAI's products or services.
WAI automatically receives and records information on our server logs from your browser, including your IP address, WAI cookie information, and the page you request. We use this information for improving our services by monitoring server activity. WAI may set and access WAI cookies on your computer. These cookies are not used for advertisement but are used as a secure way to know who you are as you complete membership activities, online registration processes, or access other web site products or services. If you choose not to enable cookies you may still use WAI.com, however, you may not be able to use some online products or services.
WAI currently uses email communication for our bimonthly magazine, monthly e-newsletter, periodic WAI Connect event notifications, and seasonal merchandise promotions. Each of these email messages have options where you can unsubscribe by following the instructions contained within them. We reserve the right to send you certain communications relating to WAI services, such as service announcements, administrative messages, and special event messages, without offering you the opportunity to opt-out of receiving them. You can edit or change your WAI membership email address at any time in our member's only section.
The WAI web site is not intended for use by children. WAI will not, on its behalf, ever knowingly collect or post any personal information from children under the age of 13 without their parent's or guardian's permission.
WAI intends to comply with the above privacy provisions for the indefinite future. However, WAI reserves the right to modify, amend, or terminate the provisions with or without notice to you. We also reserve the right to apply any such change retroactively to information we hold, regardless of the terms of the policy or statement in existence at the time we collected the information.