What personally identifiable information does MIR collect and what does MIR do with it?
Events: If you register to participate in a MIR event using our event registration site, we will ask you for your name and e-mail address. We will store this information in order to send you future event invitations.
Website Registration: If you choose to customize the MIR website to your needs by becoming a registered MIR website user, we will require, at a minimum, your email address. We will retain your email address and the preferences you select so that you will not have to reenter the information each time you access our website. The preferences you select may include requests for email, news, and information on specific events. Once you become a registered user, you will be able to access your profile by entering your user name and password each time you use the MIR website.
Contributions: If you wish to make a gift to MIR to assist MIR in fulfilling its mission, we ask you to provide your name, address, telephone number, email address, and credit card information. We maintain a record of your contribution and keep a record of your financial transaction. Credit card numbers are held only until the charge can be processed (usually several minutes), then the number is only available to our financial customer service staff for purposes of problem resolution.
Requests: If you submit an online request for MIR information, or submit a question through a “contact us” query, we may have to gather more than your email address from you to respond to your request. Such information will vary with the request but may include requests for your name and telephone number.
What other information does MIR collect?
MIR’s site uses “cookies” to store information about your visit to our site. Cookies are tiny files placed onto the hard drive of your computer the first time you visit our website that enable our server to recognize or “remember” who you are the next time you visit. Cookies are used to speed up your access to the MIR website and the information you wish to see; they tell us the type of browser you are using, the type of computer operating system you are using, the IP address of your computer, and the domain name of the website from which you linked to our site. Cookies do not capture your email address, transmit viruses or retrieve any other data from your hard drive. They produce statistics on how frequently our various pages are visited, and allow us to understand how traffic patterns work at MIR’s site so we can continue to improve the site and diagnose problems. The majority of web browsers accept cookies, but the “help” menu on your browser should give you options for preventing, accepting, or receiving notice of new cookies. However, please be aware that if you block cookies, some MIR website functionality may be lost.
Does MIR share your personal information with other companies?
How does MIR secure your personal information?
Can I change or delete personally identifiable information on the site?
Yes. Each email alert you receive from MIR as part of our notification services contains a link to a profile page where you may either change your profile information or unsubscribe from our list. If you change your profile information, your previous profile information will be purged, and only your current profile information will be stored. If you unsubscribe from our notification services, both your profile information and email address will be purged.
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You may also write to us at the following address:
Morgridge Institute for Research
PO Box 7667
Madison, WI 53707-7667