Information Collected1. The IndustyX’s website is permitted to ask site visitors to submit personally identifiable information, such as their email address, name, telephone number or street address.
2. The IndustyX may use such personal information for research, public service, or educational programs, and for administrative purposes.
3. The IndustyX’s website is permitted to collect information automatically from a user’s computer or other devices (“User Information”). User Information includes an IP address, which device type, operating system, and browser users are using, what kind of device they are using, and what path users have taken among specific pages on the IndustyX’s website. It is used to assess how the IndustyX’s website is being used and how effective they are, including information on how easy it is to navigate the site and to find specific kinds of information.
Disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information to Third Parties1. IndustryX normally does not voluntarily disclose personally identifiable information to persons outside of the IndustyX.
2. The IndustyX may disclose personally identifiable information collected from IndustyX Website to third parties only as provided in this section. Such information may be shared with third parties when required by law, such as Michigan’s Freedom of Information Act, the Wayne State University’s Freedom of Information Act policy, or in response to legal processes such as subpoenas and court orders. In addition, personally identifiable information may be disclosed to third parties where (1) permitted by IndustyX policies or applicable law, (2) authorized by a IndustyX contract, (3) the user consents to the disclosure, or (4) disclosure is otherwise authorized for good cause by the Chief Privacy Officer. In the absence or unavailability of the Chief Privacy Officer, such authorization may be made only by the Vice President and General Counsel or the Associate Vice President for Information Technology. In no event, however, may a user’s personally identifiable information be sold to third parties.
3. Credit card information is collected in accordance with the global Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, which means that it is encrypted, collected and stored in special, segregated servers that are appropriately protected.