PCBC.com collects two types of information:
When you sign up for services or register for our conference, tradeshow, or any other seminar, you may be asked to provide personal information. This information will not be released without authorization from you and we will not disclose personal identification information.
Web site activity data
Activity data is gathered through several methods and is tracked as a whole rather than individually. This allows us to track the PCBC.com Web site—we never use it to personally identify you. By tracking, we can build the most effective Web site for all visitors. Generally, we look at how well pages, products or sections of the Web site perform based on traffic. Specifically, we can determine which areas are most effective or appropriate based on the amount of traffic to particular areas.
PCBC.com will not disclose any business or personal information that identifies you to any third party without your consent unless we clearly define the nature and manner of disclosure or disclosure is legally required or to protect our rights. If you unsubscribe from any of our e-mails, your name will be shared with all list vendors whom we purchase lists from so that your e-mail address will be included on that do-not-e-mail list as well.
Cookies and tracking
As you browse www.PCBC.com, advertising cookies will be placed on your computer so that we can understand what you are interested in. Our display advertising partner, AdRoll, then enables us to present you with retargeting advertising on other sites based on your previous interaction with www.PCBC.com. The techniques our partners employ do not collect personal information such as your name, email address, postal address or telephone number. You can visit this page [hyperlink to http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/] to opt out of AdRoll and their partners’ targeted advertising.
Notification of privacy changes
E-Commerce areas and partner sites
Information requested by PCBC is provided and approved by you. Information requested by other firms, organizations, linked Web sites and partner sites reached through PCBC.com but not controlled by PCBC.com, the California Building Industry Association, or any of its family of websites for purchases is provided on a voluntary basis by you. Affiliate online merchants have privacy and data collection practices of their own. Please consult the partner's home page for the company profile, which will detail their practices. PCBC, The California Building Industry Association, as well as any of its family of websites, DO NOT HAVE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE PRACTICES OF FIRMS, WEB SITES AND/OR PARTNER SITES NOT OWNED BY THE California Building Industry Association.
PCBC.com recognizes your concerns about Web commerce and transactions using bank and credit card information. Therefore, PCBC.com is committed to keeping personal information secure during commerce transactions by using a secured SSL encryption with all direct transactions that involve using credit card or banking information. This process allows PCBC.com to send your credit card number and personal data over the Internet securely. These encrypted data files are securely stored on California Building Industry Association-owned servers. Once encrypted, only the credit card's authorization company has the ability to decrypt it. PCBC.com never displays your credit card number online. Additionally, we store any personal information you have submitted on forms (i.e., your address, e-mail and billing information) on our secure server. Our server is tightly monitored and controlled. Only those with proper authorization have access to this information.
We are committed to quickly correcting any factual errors or errors in interpretation. PCBC staff members will address any errors brought to their attention and make an appropriate correction as soon as possible. This includes misspellings as well as factual or information errors identified in blog posts or archival articles after they have been published. The goal is to correct all content so that no errors remain in our permanent archive. We also will provide clarifications in cases where, in our judgment, the wording or the headline on an article may lead to misinterpretation.