This policy describes the personal information that may be collected during visits to the Native History Association web site and how it may be used.
All web servers (the computers where websites are located) track basic information about their visitors. This information includes, but is not limited to, IP addresses, browser details, timestamps and referring pages. None of this information can personally identify specific visitors to this site. The information is tracked for routine administration and maintenance purposes only, and lets us know what pages and information are useful and helpful to visitors.
If you use the Contact Native History Association link found at the bottom of every page on our site to send us a message and you include your email address, we retain that email address only for the purpose of replying to you. We don't sell, trade, give away or otherwise transfer your email address, or any other information, to any third party. We periodically delete email messages and addresses from our mail box of private individuals we have not heard from in awhile, at least once a year, unless otherwise requested.
If you join the Native History Association as a supporting member we do retain the information you provide for the purpose of identifying you as a member. We will never sell our membership list to any third-party. As a member, if you elect to have your name posted on our web site as a supporter, anyone with internet access who visits our site will obviously be able to see your name on that page.
You can change your browser settings to disable cookies if you have privacy concerns. Disabling cookies for all sites is not recommended as it may interfere with your use of some sites. The best option is to disable or enable cookies on a per-site basis. Consult your browser documentation for instructions on how to block cookies and other tracking mechanisms.
You can also learn more about internet advertising and opt out of targeted advertising from a number of advertisers at the Network Advertising Initiative.
The Native History Association is an affiliate of Amazon.com. We may display a variety of books sold through Amazon.com that our visitors may be interested in. An example is shown below: