Privacy Policy

SPS Privacy Policy and Disclaimers

Privacy Policy

The Safety Pharmacology Society is committed to honoring the privacy of those who visit our website at the same time providing you with the most useful and enjoyable web experience as possible. The Privacy Policy governs how we collect, store, and use information about our visitors. It will be continuously reexamined in light of new technologies, new business practices, and the changing needs of our visitors.

What information is being collected?

For General Users: SPS does not collect any personal identifying information from users just browsing our website. Our server recognizes your domain name and the pages that you visit. These data are gathered in an aggregate manner for quality control, statistical purposes and improvement of our site. This information is never forwarded to any third parties.

For SPS Members, Meeting Registrants, and other Customers: Personal information collected from you is used to fulfill a service such as meeting registration or dues renewal. To gain access to the member-restricted information, members are asked to provide their email address and member’s identification number. All personal data is submitted voluntarily. Information provided on our Membership Application(s) is used internally to determine eligibility of membership and will not be shared with a third party.

How will your information be used?

SPS uses information collected on the website to enhance its products and services. Demographic information is specifically used for the purpose of monitoring or improving the use of and satisfaction with our website. SPS ensures the security and privacy of any personally identifiable information that we collect.

Disclosure to Third Parties: SPS makes member contact information available through the SPS website and the Membership Directory Online only to other members using the website. SPS uses your email address to respond to your request(s) and to relay membership communication such as Officer and Bylaws Ballots, and important membership correspondence. Periodically, SPS may share personally identifiable information with organizations that we believe might have a product or service of interest to you. Limited data provided to third parties include name, affiliation and business address. Your email, telephone, and fax numbers will not be disclosed to third parties.

At any time you may view and/or update your registered information by accessing your Membership Profile. Alternatively, users may contact SPS Headquarters or call 703.438.7508.

How we use “Cookies”

SPS uses ‘Session Cookies’ that write a line of text temporarily to your computer’s RAM. Because a session cookie is never written to your hard drive, it is destroyed as soon as you close your browser. Cookies are generated by our website to provide you with a personalized and enhanced online experience. These cookies make your navigation through our sites easier by saving your passwords, preferences, and member profile information. Cookies also show how visitors use our site and enable us to make improvements based on actual visitor traffic patterns. The use of cookies in this manner is an association industry standard.

Disclaimers

  • International Intellectual Property and Copyright laws protect all materials contained on the SPS website. ‘Material’ includes all text, graphics, icons, photographs, software, audio, and video. Permission is granted to download, copy, or print material for personal, instructional, or noncommercial use.
  • Information contained on our website does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of the Safety Pharmacology Society. Information found on the SPS website should not be relied on as medical, legal, business, or tax advice.
  • The SPS website provides hyperlinks to external sites for the convenience of our visitors. Such a hyperlink doesn’t imply that the SPS endorses the content or operation of external sites. You are solely responsible for how you use any external site linked from this website.
  • The laws of the State of Virginia and the United States of America apply, no matter where this website is viewed. Any suits filed against SPS must be filed in the state of Virginia.
  • This Privacy Policy may be revised from time to time, and you are urged to review it periodically. Use of this website constitutes agreement to the Policy that is posted at the time of use.

Give Us Your Feedback

Our goal is to protect your privacy and to provide a pleasant user experience. To comment on or help us to improve this privacy policy, contact SPS Headquarters.