The Daniell Baptist Association (dbachurches.com or the DBA) takes online privacy seriously, and we actively protect the privacy of the users of our websites and those who subscribe to our services.
RSS Subscriptions: We record information about how people access our RSS feeds, but we do not collect any personally identifying information from or about our RSS subscribers.
E‑mail Subscriptions: We collect the e‑mail addresses of individuals that subscribe to our RSS feed via e‑mail. This information is held in strict confidence; we do not (and will not) release or disclose any specific subscriber information under any circumstances, unless required by law. General aggregate information (e.g., total number of subscribers, etc.) may be disclosed.
Web Server Traffic: We record information about how people access the web site in our server logs. This includes things such as your IP address (or DNS), your browser, and your operating system.
Commenter E‑mail: E‑mail sent to the site is considered property of this site, and questions or tips might be published. In such cases, we will not disclose any personally identifying information.
Comments: Comments left on the site are the responsibility of the commenter. We reserve the right to remove comments or edit them. Site URLs (if provided) may or may not be published, at the discretion of
External Links: The web site contains numerous links to other sites. Due to the constantly changing nature of the Internet, we cannot vouch for the reliability of those sites or their privacy policies.
Cookies and web beacons: Third parties (including advertising services) may be placing and reading cookies on your browser in the normal course of providing services to this website. Some services on this site also may use web beacons (tiny small transparent images) to collect information in the course of providing services to this website. Your web broswer should have options to manage cookies should this be desirable. Consult your browserâ€™s help section for information on viewing, setting, and changing these options.
Collection of non-personally-identifiable information by third parties: Third parties (including advertising services) may be placing and reading cookies on your browser in the normal course of providing services to this website. Some services on this site also may use web beacons (tiny small transparent images) to collect information in the course of providing services to this website. Your web broswer should have options to manage cookies should this be desirable. Consult your browserâ€™s help section for information on viewing, setting, and changing these options. We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you.
Personal information that can identify a visitor, such as name, address or contact information, is collected only when voluntarily offered and solely for purposes that are clearly identified on our sites. Access to pages with content specific to a ministry area and/or its constituents is password-protected and requires pre-registration. Personal information acquired through registration is kept confidential and will not be disclosed to third parties except as may be required by law. DBA does not seek personal information from children online.
DBA may use Google Analytics to help us gather details about usage of our websites. Google Analytics is a web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how visitors engage with their website. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends without identifying individual visitors. For more information please visit http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/.
The privacy of communication over the Internet cannot be guaranteed, because the Internet is not a secure medium. The DBA does not assume any responsibility for any harm, loss, or damage you may experience or incur by the sending of personal or confidential information over the Internet by or to the DBA.
Credit Card / Payment Information Policy — How We Protect Credit Card Numbers
Published August, 2013
DBA may collect credit card information in the course of business on our sites. We strive to protect the confidentiality and security of this information in our possession, custody or control by (i) limiting access to card numbers, and (ii) maintaining reasonable safeguards to protect against the loss, misuse or unlawful disclosure of card numbers. No credit card information is stored or logged on any system housed at the DBA — this information is passed straight to our payment processor and always communicated over encrypted communication channels.