Information Collected by LISC If you are accessing the general LISC Web site, we do not collect any personal (user) information. However, the LISC Online Resource Library and several of LISC’s field office sub-sites do collect limited personal identifying and demographic information (such as, name, email address, and description of the organization you work for or are affiliated with).
Email Notifications Visitors to the LISC Online Resource Library and to some of LISC’s field office sub-sites have the option of receiving email event announcements, newsletters, or surveys that are relevant to their interests and professional affiliations within the community development field. Users of these sections of our site, that no longer wish to receive email notifications from LISC, have the option of removing themselves from our mailing lists.
Disclosure of Information Any personal information collected by LISC is used only in aggregate. The reason for aggregate collection is in order to provide demographic data to our grantors that require such information, as well as for us to enhance our site content. Other than for the purposes of addressing email notifications and for ensuring an appropriate level of accountability during online discussions and events, personal information is not used to identify individual users, nor is it distributed to other organizations to be used for commercial purposes.
Commitment to Data Security LISC has taken significant steps to make sure that our server is as secure as possible. All information submitted through our Web site is protected by the best security methods available.
II. WEB LINKAGE
Linking to External Web Sites Through www.lisc.org
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- You are granted by LISC a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use the LISC name, LISC logo and LISC tag line ("Helping Neighbors Build Communities") - all of which are covered by service mark protection - solely for the purpose of linking your Web site to the LISC Web site. You may not use any other LISC or LISC-affiliated company service marks for any other purpose. This license may be terminated at any time in LISC’s sole discretion, at which time you agree to remove all links to the LISC Web site and cease using the service mark protected items described above.
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- LISC may amend the link conditions at any time and you agree to abide by the terms of all such amended conditions.
III. INFORMATION REPRINT
The content of LISC’s Web site may not be reprinted or distributed by outside individuals or organizations without the prior written consent of LISC. However, registered users of the LISC Online Resource Library are permitted limited distribution of Resource Library materials.
All items on the Web site of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) of a legal nature are not intended to be specific or general advice to the public in connection with any actual or potential dispute, problem or question. LISC advises anyone reading documents on this Web site containing legal information to consider pursuing independent legal advice that addresses the specific situation the person or the organization is encountering. LISC cannot and is not representing or guaranteeing the accuracy or the up-to-date status of legal references or information contained in its Web site material. Any reader that relies on this information without consulting independent legal counsel does so solely at his or her own risk.