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ISA Privacy Policy Updates

New European data protection rules are rolling into place via GDPR (EU's General Data Protection Regulation) that impacts how ISA handles your data. We are implementing changes throughout ISA systems to safeguard all of our members, participants, and users worldwide.

For more information on our privacy policy, please check out our Privacy Statement (https://www.isanet.org/Privacy). You may also want to review our Terms of Use (https://www.isanet.org/Terms).

You can update your information with ISA at https://www.isanet.org/My-Profile/userId anytime. Please note that the following information is part of your public profile record with ISA: first name, last name, affiliation, country as well as any ISA leadership roles, ISA conference participations, and ISA awards and grants received. You may also choose to add and share additional information including a photo and/or biographical text that will become part of your public ISA profile record.

Protecting your privacy is important to us and we're committed to keeping you up to date on how and why your information is collected. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at isa@isanet.org.

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