This policy sets out the principles that CPI has adopted to protect information about you that we collect and use.
CPI only collects personal information about you that it needs. This may include your name, address, contact details, credit card or PayPal details, how and when you have access to our website: www.choicepractice.org.
Typically, we collect information when you register as an Associate Member or CPI Member, register for an event, or make a purchase from us.
CPI uses the services of its related entities and third parties to perform business functions. We will not sell or otherwise receive payment for disclosing your information to any related or third parties, and will not disclose it other than solely in order to enable them to perform business functions for us. We may disclose your information to a law enforcement organisation where compelled to by law.
Unless you indicate that you do not want CPI to do so where indicated on any form in which you provide us with personal information, you agree that we may use your personal information (other than credit card/ PayPal information) to give you information or news about CPI from time to time.
CPI takes reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information we collect, use or disclose is accurate, complete and up to date. Where you think information we hold about you is incorrect or you wish us to delete it from our records, please contact us via our website: www.choicepractice.org.