Digital Privacy Policy

Our Commitment to Privacy

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh (“JCC”) respects the privacy of every visitor to our website. Your privacy is a priority, and we go to great lengths to protect it. This Internet Site Privacy Policy explains our online information practices. This Policy may be changed or updated from time to time. By visiting the JCC at www.jccpgh.org, you accept the practices described in this Policy.

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh is compliant with the GDPR privacy regulation data policy.

Data Collection

Through our website, we offer convenient online access to our services and communicate with you about important opportunities and events. We will not collect personal information from you when you visit our website unless you provide the information to us voluntarily and knowingly.

  • Registering for a class or special event:

    When you register online for a class or special event, depending upon the activity, we may also collect payment information (such as standard credit card data.)

  • Making a financial contribution:

    When you make a financial contribution online, we collect your name, contact information and standard credit card data.

  • Inquiring about Membership:

    When you fill out an online form interested in membership or a specific program, we collect your name and contact information.

 

How We Use Cookies

We use “cookies” and other technologies to enhance your online experience. A “cookie” can be either permanent (i.e., it remains on your computer until you delete it) or temporary (i.e., it lasts only until you close your browser). A “cookie” is a small text file that helps us recognize repeat visitors, facilitate the visitor’s ongoing access to and use of the site, and track usage behavior and compile aggregate data that can lead to website improvements. Cookies may also help us customize certain content on the website. Cookies and other similar technologies collect non-personal information about the user of a particular Internet Protocol (IP) address. If you do not want information collected through the use of cookies, you can deny or accept the cookie feature using a simple procedure available in most browsers. If you block cookies, however, you may lose some website functionality. You can learn more about cookies by visiting http://www.allaboutcookies.org/cookies.

 

Email Privacy?

The JCC does not sell or rent email addresses to anyone outside the organization. Users may elect to “opt-out” of any email newsletters that they receive to their inbox on behalf of the JCC.  Members may not “opt-out” of any transactional emails regarding their membership accounts.

 

Social Media Privacy?

The JCC  may use website cookie data or email addresses given to the JCC voluntarily to deliver content through social media platforms that targets a user’s interest more precisely.

 

Is Personal Information, Including Credit Card, Secure?

We use a variety of safeguards to protect the security of your credit card transactions online. We use technologies and processes such as encryption, access controls, network firewalls, physical security and other measures. These measures make it extremely difficult for anyone to intercept the credit card information you submit. When we work with other companies to process credit card transactions, those companies also use encryption and other security measures.

 

How We Use Your Information

The JCC will not sell, trade, or share personal information about our members, financial donors or website users with anyone else, nor will we send mailings to our financial donors on behalf of other organizations, unless a member or donor has given us specific permission to do so.

If you provide the JCC with personal information when you visit our website, or utilize Traction Guest, we may use the information in our programs and activities. We may enter your name into one of our databases so we can contact you to obtain your input, provide information about our programs and events, or request contributions.

On occasion, the JCC may share information about you with vendors and service providers that assist us with our activities and programs. These vendors and service providers help us with functions such as fulfilling orders, managing data and processing donations. In addition, we make disclosures as required by law.

 

Contact Us About Privacy

For further questions about our privacy policy, please contact the Membership Office, directly: [email protected]

 

Modifications

We may amend this privacy policy from time to time; please review it periodically. We maintain the option to modify this Policy at any time by electronic notice posted on our website. Your continued use of our website after the date that such notices are posted will be deemed to be your agreement to the changed terms.

 

Created September 2016

Updated May 2018

Social Media Moderation Policy

 

The Jewish Community of Greater Pittsburgh social media pages are intended so that you join the conversation connect with other people and have fun  sharing your thoughts and ideas. In our online social media communities, we want everyone to be able to feel comfortable, which means that there are rules of play even here.

Please be respectful of the entire community by complying with the terms and policies of the social media site, as well as this JCC Moderation Policy and the JCC Digital Privacy

To ensure that everyone coming on to our pages may enjoy a positive experience we ask that you do not post any content or comments (including photos and videos) which fall into any of the categories identified below:

1. Threatening, harassing, abusive, violent, inciting violence or otherwise inflammatory to others (including other social media users)
2. Encouraging or may encourage conduct that would
be considered a criminal offense
3. Discriminatory, racist, sexually explicit, vulgar, or offensive to others (including other social media users)
4. Unlawful
5. Promotional information, including links to third parties or their products or services
6. Political or religious activism 7. Infringes or may infringe third party intellectual property, privacy, or publicity rights.
8. Defamatory
9. False, fraudulent, or misleading
10. Spam, corrupt, contains viruses
11. Off topic or unrelated to JCC of Greater Pittsburgh Please understand that any posts which appear to fall into any of the above categories or which we believe are otherwise not in accordance with the terms and policies of the social media site concerned and/or which we otherwise deem inappropriate for our social media communities, will be deleted or hidden from the view of other users without prior notification and may result in you being reported to the social media site and/or banned from accessing our social media pages in the future.
The JCC does not necessarily endorse and is not responsible for the accuracy of any remarks, opinions, comments, suggestions and other information expressed or included in user comments and posts on our social media pages. Should you spot any content or comments posted on our social media pages which you believe is not in accordance with our 
Moderation Policy, please report it here: [email protected]

The JCC reserves the right to use, copy, distribute and disclose without compensation to you any content or comments that you post on our social media pages, including any ideas or information relating to JCC related content.

 

We are excited to have you in our social media community and we look forward to hearing your thoughts. #JCCisforEverybody

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