NSCP Member Data

NSCP member data is used for NSCP-to-member communications. NSCP makes available to its members a searchable database, provided for informational purposes to facilitate networking, that contains, among other items, member phone numbers. NSCP members have the option to ask that this information not be disclosed; in this instance, the phone number field in the report will display "Private." This list is not supplied for commercial purposes, nor is membership data sold or released by NSCP or its members to third parties. The membership list does not include fax numbers or e-mail addresses.

In some instances, NSCP may provide a member with another member's address information to facilitate member contact. NSCP will ask the member's permission to disclose this information beforehand. NSCP does not sell member data. NSCP does not disseminate member data for the purpose of commercial solicitation, nor does NSCP disclose member data to non-members or to regulators, except as noted below.

As it is presumed that service providers are always seeking to expand their client base, contact information will be freely given to both NSCP members and non-members. If service providers wish to avail themselves of the telephone and e-mail privacy options noted above, they may do so by contacting NSCP.

NSCP Member Data Acceptable Use Policy

NSCP has the exclusive rights and privileges in and to the information contained in the NSCP membership directory. It is protected by U.S. copyright laws, state trade secret protections and other national and international treaty provisions, and must be treated like any other copyrighted or trade secret material. Use of the material contained in the NSCP membership directory is solely intended for the personal and private use by NSCP members to facilitate networking among members. All uses for commercial purposes are expressly prohibited without the prior written approval of NSCP's executive director. By using any NSCP membership directory, you are agreeing that you will not, and you will not knowingly authorize or permit others to, duplicate, reproduce or copy the information or take any other action in violation of NSCP's copyright including, but not limited to, use or transmission of data for solicitation and /or commercial purposes without the express authorization of NSCP. NSCP reserves the right to change the nature of this relationship at any time. NSCP members who violate the terms of this policy may be permanently banned from membership in the association. NSCP grants you a license to use the material contained in the membership directory solely for your own private, non-commercial purposes.

NSCP Meeting Attendee data

NSCP provides meeting hosts, sponsors and exhibitors with NSCP meeting attendee data. This data necessarily includes member data. NSCP meeting attendees are given the opportunity, on each registration form, to opt out and not have their contact data included on the attendee list (it would therefore not be available to any meeting host, sponsor or exhibitor).

In some instances, NSCP may provide a speaker (regardless of membership status) with another faculty member's address information to facilitate contact. NSCP will either ask the member's permission to disclose this information beforehand, or simply forward the speaker’s contact information to the member.

NSCP does not provide e-mail data to meeting hosts, sponsors and exhibitors.

Web site

You can access NSCP's Web site and browse without disclosing your personal data. No ad server company or third party will collect or be provided with information such as your domain name, your IP address or click-stream information when you view our site. NSCP does not log IP addresses of individual users for data harvesting.

Passwords

NSCP provides its members with access to password-protected areas of the site. Your password should never be shared with anyone. You may change your password any time.

E-mail addresses

E-mail addresses disclosed to NSCP are used for NSCP-to-member communications. In some instances, NSCP may provide a member with another member's e-mail address to facilitate member contact. NSCP will ask the member's permission to disclose this information beforehand. NSCP does not disseminate member data for the purpose of commercial solicitation, nor does NSCP disclose member data to non-members or to regulators. When NSCP sends out mailings to multiple members, it hides the addresses by using the BCC field so that e-mail addresses are not made available to other recipients.

NSCP prohibits the use of its name for commercial purposes. Members in good standing may, however, disclose their membership in biographical materials and resumes.