Privacy and Security Policy
|This Web site is owned and operated by or on behalf of OutRun Ovarian Cancer (OROC). We recognize that visitors to our site
be changed or updated from time to time.
P.O. Box 40332 .
Bay Village, OH 44140-0332
or email us at OROC@OROC.org
We are available to answer your questions or hear your concerns.
Except as otherwise indicated, OROC uses the any information you provide about yourself to:
In all cases, however, OROC agents, employees and contractors who have access to Personal Information are required to protect this information in
- Respond to your inquiries or questions about OROC
- Provide you additional and updated information and materials regarding OROC
- Protect the security or integrity of our website
|Is Credit Card Information Secure?
We care about the safety and security of your transaction. We use high grade encryption, state-of-the-art firewalls and the https security protocol to process
and store our financial transactions. These practices meet or exceed all industry standards for internet security. This makes it extremely difficult for anyone
to intercept or use your credit card information for any purpose other than what you intended. Under no circumstance is any credit card information stored or kept
by OROC, OROC agents, employees or contractors.
If you are still uncomfortable using our on-line services, all contributions and event registrations can be made by telephone
|Is My Personal Information Secure?
Yes. The same high grade encryption, state-of-the-art firewalls and https security protocols used for financial transactions on our site are used to
transmit and store any personal information you share with us.
|We Care About Doing It Right
In addition to maintaining privacy and security controls over information you share with us, OROC works to accurately process your contribution
information. We are happy to answer questions about your financial donation, please call (440) 915-5388.
|How Do We Use "Cookies"?
OROC makes limited use of browser "cookies." A "cookie" is a small piece of information sent by a web server to your web browser that can later be
read back from that browser. This is useful to the web server, allowing it to remember who you are. A cookie cannot be used to get data from your hard
drive, get your email address or steal sensitive information about you. A cookie can be used to track where you travel over a particular site. This same
site tracking can be done without using cookies however; the use of a cookie does make the tracking data more consistent.