Privacy and Legal

Privacy and Legal Policies

At the NC Institute of Political Leadership, we will never sell, rent or exchange with a third party your name, email address or other personal information. Any business or competitive information you may share with us will also be held in strictest confidence.

For more information, please read the section “Online Security and Collection of Personal Information” under “Legal”.

By using the NCIOPL website, you agree to accept and abide by the terms and conditions as set out below.

Ownership & Use of Site is a registered domain name. The website, its design, all text, graphics, content and presentation are the property of their owner, the Institute of Political Leadership (herein “the Company”), and are protected under the copyright laws of United States of America and other countries.

Any design, text, graphics, content or presentation of materials that might belong to others are used with permission for illustrative purposes only. All rights reserved.

None of the above mentioned material(s) may be reproduced, republished, distributed, displayed, sold, transferred or modified in any way without the prior written consent of the Company.

This website may not, in whole or in part, be copied, reproduced, republished, redistributed, uploaded, posted or transmitted without the owner’s permission, except that you may download, display and print the materials for your personal, non-commercial use only.

Any unauthorized use of this website and the materials presented within it may be considered to be in violation of applicable copyright, trademark or other intellectual property laws. You must retain all copyright and trademark notices contained in the materials. It is strictly prohibited to use such materials on any other website or in any networked computer environment.

You are strictly prohibited from posting, contributing or transmitting any material that could be considered infringing, unlawful, threatening, libelous, defamatory, obscene, inflammatory, pornographic, profane or otherwise socially unacceptable or that could condone or incite conduct that would be considered a criminal offence, give rise to civil liability or otherwise violate any law.

You are further prohibited from interfering with the normal operation of this website in any manner whatsoever (by introducing viruses, worms, trojan horses, etc.).

The Company reserves the right to withhold service, refuse or cancel orders, restrict access to this website or take other appropriate action if we believe that a user’s conduct violates applicable law or is harmful to our interests or those of any third party.

The Company’s websites may contain links to other websites. These are included for your reference and convenience only. Their inclusion does not imply any endorsement or verification of the linked site or of any information it may contain. The Company is not responsible in any way whatsoever for the content of these linked sites. If you access a link to another website, you do so at your own risk.

Please note that the Company does not condone or authorize the use of unlicensed copyright protected material, such as copyright, trade-marks or other intellectual property rights. The user accesses such material at his/her own risk.

Online Security and Collection of Personal Information
Email addresses and names are collected and stored on our developer’s secure private server for the purposes of lead generation, compiling our proprietary email list for marketing purposes and other initiatives we may implement. Subscribers may opt out at any time.

This policy shall apply to any vehicle or mechanism, current or future, that may be used to collect the names, email addresses and other information that the Company may deem to be required of those parties interested in receiving information, subscribing to a newsletter, requesting follow-up, etc.

Any email addresses requested through the website are for the exclusive use of the Company. We will not sell, rent or disclose our subscribers’ email addresses or any personal information to any third party except in those rare instances where the law, a court order or government regulation may oblige us to do so.

The Company shall not be held responsible for late, lost, incomplete, illegible, misdirected or stolen messages, mail or email, unavailable network connections, failed, incomplete, garbled or delayed computer transmissions, online failures, hardware or software-related malfunctions or other technical failures of computer or communications equipment.

Neither will we be held responsible or liable for any damages to your computer equipment or other property caused by viruses obtained through your access to our websites, downloading of any materials, etc. Under no circumstances will we be liable for any injury, loss, claim, damage or any special, exemplary, punitive, direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages of any kind including, but not limited to, lost profits or savings.

Notwithstanding the above, should the Company be found liable for any loss or damage arising out of their use or content, its liability shall not exceed $250 USD.

You agree to indemnify and save harmless the Company and their owners, representatives and agents from and against any claim, cause of action or demand including, but not limited to, reasonable legal, accounting and other professional fees, brought about as a result of your use of these websites.

Governing Law
These Terms and Conditions and their performance shall be governed by the laws of the State of North Carolina, United States of America.

Any concerns about the use of this website may be directed to:

NC Institute Of Political Leadership
2 New Bern Square
Greensboro, NC 27408

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