Full privacy and cookie policies
ILI may use information to understand visitor traffic patterns through the site for purposes such as enhancing our usability. Your computer also provides some information automatically each time you log on, unless you have activated blocking technology available in some browsers. When you visit ILI's site, or use one or more of the services of the site, International Leadership Institute uses an industry-wide technology called “cookies” to store certain information on your computer. This allows us to customize your experience on the site. Most browsers will allow you to erase cookies from your computer hard drive, block acceptance of cookies or receive a warning before a cookie is stored.
How ILI uses your data
ILI may combine the information you provide on the site with other information we may collect from you, so that we can more effectively tailor the site to your needs. ILI may from time to time contact you and/or send information to you by telephone and/or e-mail with respect to the matters addressed by the site, in order to facilitate the sharing of information between ILI and you.
You may request to be removed from any future contact by ILI by notifying the site administrator by email. ILI will take prompt steps to the best of our ability to remove you from all ILI's contact lists or just some as you request.
ILI will not share any personal information you provide on the site with any parties other than its advisors and affiliates, except (a) with your consent; (b) as may be required by law or court order or as requested by a law enforcement agency; (c) to protect the personal safety, security or property of our users, the public, or ourselves; or (d) to respond to an emergency. Donor information is not shared or sold whether collected offline or online.
ILI may also collect, aggregate, and maintain anonymous information about the visitors to the site. This data can then be used to tailor the site’s content to deliver a better experience for our visitors.