Wyoming Wildlife Federation
We value the support of our members, donors, customers, and others who support the Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF). We know protecting personal information is important, and we respect your privacy.
Information We May Collect
General Browsing Information — If you visit our web or mobile site to read or download information, or one of our apps, we may collect and store the following general information in order to analyze trends, gather broad demographic information, and monitor site traffic patterns that can help us further develop and improve the design and functionality of our site: your computer’s IP address, browser type, mobile device type, and operating system, the date and time you access our site, the Internet address of the website from which you linked directly to our site; and the various pages that you visit while on our site.
Personally-Identifiable Information — We will explicitly notify you before we collect any personally-identifiable information about you (e.g. your name, email address, contact information, credit card number, etc.) and will not collect any information unless you choose to provide it to us. This information may be shared within WWF’s Family of Organizations for the purposes of fulfilling your orders and requests, responding to any comments or questions you submit, and/or providing follow-up information about the WWF Family of Organizations, or analysis to help us better understand our member and supporter base. We may outsource to third parties one or more of these functions.
Likely situations when you make personal data available to WWF include, but are not limited to: (i) registration for services, contests and special events; (ii) accessing services using a third party ID, such as social networking sites or gaming services; (iii) subscribing to newsletters; (iv) purchasing a product or services through WWF’s online stores; (v) using “Share,” “email this page,” or other similar features; (vi) requesting technical support; and (vii) otherwise through use of WWF services where personal data is required for use and/or participation.
The types of personal data may vary depending on the type of activity you are engaged in. The personal data WWF may collect, process and use may include, but are not limited to your name, screen/nick name, WWF services’ or third party service ID, email address, phone number, photo or other image, birth date, sex, address, friend connections, avatar image, credit card information, shipping information; and location (only if directly identifiable to you, otherwise WWF treats location as non-personal data).
If you choose to use WWF’s “Share” features or a similar service about WWF services or order a gift certificate for your friend, WWF will store your friend’s name and contact details that you provide to WWF.
WWF may use and disclose to WWF’s Family of Organizations and WWF’s partners and contractors the collected non-personal data for purposes of analyzing usage of the services, advertisement serving, managing, and development of other WWF services and products.
From time to time, we may send information to you via email from other organizations that we believe may be of interest to you or can provide services that will be of use to you, or we may share your postal address with such organizations. We will not share your email address with other organizations. If you receive an email from us, you may choose not to receive such messages in the future by clicking the “unsubscribe” link which we put in the footer of each email. We provide a similar opt out process in our postal mailings. If you prefer that we not exchange your name with other reputable organizations, or if you wish to modify future marketing offers from WWF via postal mail, please call (307) 335-8633. If you have further questions or concerns, please contact us.
How Information Is Collected
Cookies, beacons and tracking — WWF may use “cookies” and other technologies such as pixel tags, clear GIFs and web beacons. WWF treats information collected by cookies and similar technologies as non-personal data. A cookie is a small file stored on your hard disk drive. Cookies may contain different types of information such as site preferences and login information.
Emails and other electronic communications WWF sends to you may contain code that enables WWF to track your usage of the communication, including whether the communication was opened and/or what links were followed (if any). WWF may combine that information with other information WWF has about you, and WWF may use that information to improve the services and/or provide customized communications to you.
Further Use of Collected Information
Publicly Sharing Your Comments and Stories — WWF often receives information from website visitors who have successfully participated in our programs and/or employed our resources. In certain instances, we would like to publicly share the comments and stories we receive by posting this information on our website. We will not, however, publicly share any information we receive on our website without first receiving the express consent of the individual who submitted the information. Furthermore, we will not post information in any way that specifically identifies the sender of that information unless the sender approves it.
Third Party Terms and Conditions
Please note that your access to and use of the services may be subject to certain third party terms and conditions and privacy policies, including but not limited to application stores, mobile software platforms, on-line gaming platforms, social networking services and payment providers. You recognize and agree that WWF is not liable for any such third party terms and conditions and their use of your personal data.
WWF may in its discretion make available links through advertisements or otherwise enable you to access third party products or services. Please note that, while using such products or services, you are using products or services developed and administered by people or companies not affiliated with or controlled by WWF. WWF is not responsible for the actions of those people or companies, the content of their products or services, the use of information you provide to them, or any products or services they may offer. The fact that WWF is linking to those products or services does not constitute our sponsorship of, or affiliation with, those people or companies.
We provide our members and supporters with a secure experience when they are ordering memberships, making a donation, or buying nature education merchandise. Our technical security measures include using industry standard 128bit encryption to secure the transfer of data between your browser and our servers. Although we will use all reasonable means to safeguard the privacy of your personal information, transmissions made via the Internet cannot be made absolutely secure.
When our forms ask users to enter sensitive information (such as a credit card number), that information is encrypted and is protected with the best encryption method in the industry -Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). While on a secure page, such as our membership form, the lock icon on the bottom of Web browsers such as Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer becomes locked, as opposed to un-locked, or open.
Please be aware of the open nature of certain social networking and other open features of the services WWF may make available to you. You may choose to disclose data about yourself in the course of contributing user generated content to the services. Any data that you disclose in any of these forums, blogs, chats or the like is public information, and there is no expectation of privacy or confidentiality. WWF is not responsible for any personal data you choose to make public in any of these forums.
WWF reserves the right to amend this policy at any time as needed. We will post changes here, so please check back periodically. Changes will take effect when posted, and your continued use of the site will constitute your agreement to the changes.