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Womens Realities.com Privacy Statement

The following is a statement for legal/copyright purposes, and for the protection of your anonymity as a resondent: Your anonymous completion of any of the questionnaires in the Women's Realities Study is understood to be an agreement for the release of this information to Joyce McFadden, CSW, NCPsyA. The information collected shall be considered a "work made for hire" (a legal term) which is a work specially ordered or commissioned to be used as a contribution to a collected work. In completing the questionnaires you are relinquishing any copyright to the published work including all of its subparts. Only general identifying information (such as age, state of residence, etc.) is being collected, so that your privacy is protected. No payment will be made to respondents.

SurveyMonkey.com Privacy Statement

Information Collection:
We will not use the information collected from your surveys in any way, shape, or form. In addition, any other material you provide us (including images, email addresses, etc.) will be held in the strictest confidence.

In addition, we do not collect personally identifiable information about you except when you specifically provide this information on a voluntary basis. We will make every effort to ensure that whatever information you provide will be maintained in a secure environment.

However, even if you opt out of receiving any communications from SurveyMonkey.com, we reserve the right to contact you regarding your account status or any other matter that might affect our service to you and/or our records on you.

Information Use:
SurveyMonkey.com reserves the right to perform statistical analyses of user behavior and characteristics. We do this in order to measure interest in and use of the various areas of the website.

SurveyMonkey.com collects IP addresses for system administration and record keeping. Your IP address is automatically assigned to your computer when you use the World Wide Web. Our servers record incoming IP addresses. The IP addresses are analyzed only in aggregate; no connection is made between you and your computer's IP address. By tracking IP addresses, we can determine which sites refer the most people to SurveyMonkey.com. (Think of an IP address like your zip code; it tells us in general terms where you're from.)

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Information gathered through cookies also helps us measure use of our website. Cookie data allow us to track usage behavior and compile data that we can use to improve the site. This data will be used in aggregate form; no specific users will be tracked.

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Safe Harbor and EU Data Protection Requirements:
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General Security Policy:
SurveyMonkey.com is aware of your privacy concerns and strives to collect only as much data as is required to make your SurveyMonkey experience as efficient and satisfying as possible, in the most unobtrusive manner as possible.

The foregoing policies are effective as of April 4, 2000. SurveyMonkey.com reserves the right to change this policy at any time by notifying users of the existence of a new privacy statement. This statement and the policies outlined herein are not intended to and do not create any contractual or other legal rights in or on behalf of any party.