ILA Privacy Policy

The InLocation Alliance (ILA) respects your preferences concerning the treatment of personal information that we may collect from your use of the website.

This policy lets you know how we collect and use your personal information.  It describes the broadest potential use of personal information.

Personal Information:  This policy covers the following personal information that ILA collects through your use of the contact us form and the request for Whitepaper download form.

Contact information:  includes name, e-mail address and company/institution.  The majority of the information collected under this category is business contact information.

Transactional information:  including information about the request to download the ILA materials.

Use and sharing of personal information

ILA Collects your personal information for the following purposes:  To respond to questions and comments from the contact us page.  To track the number of downloads and compile a list of organizations/individuals that have downloaded ILA materials.

If you agree to be added to ILA’s distribution list for future announcements you will be added to the distribution list and emailed regarding future publications of materials and other ILA opportunities.

You will only be contacted if you opt-in to receive future messages from ILA.

If you do not wish to receive future ILA emails, and you are not a current member of ILA, you may opt out at any time using the Contact Us form and requesting removal from the distribution list.

Your contact information will not be shared outside of ILA.

If at any time the ILA website provides a link to non-ILA sites, those sites are beyond our purview and you are advised to check the privacy policies and terms of use of any non-ILA sites before providing your personal information to them.

Electronic communications, protocols and cookies:  ILA does not collect personal navigation information about your use of the website, nor uses third-party vendors to track any activities. ILA may anonymously track website usage in the aggregate to help improve its site.