Privacy Policy
This privacy policy (the “Privacy Policy”) applies to your use of the website, services and products of Sirens, as well as all other websites, services and products owned, controlled or operated by Narrate Conferences, Inc. (“Narrate Conferences”). This Privacy Policy does not apply to your use of any site, service or product not owned, controlled or operated by Narrate Conferences, including, without limitation, sites, products or services linked to or recommended by Narrate Conferences. Specifically, without limitation, this Privacy Policy does not apply to the websites located at www.wordpress.com, www.livejournal.com, www.mailchimp.com, www.googlegroups.com, www.facebook.com, www.twitter.com, www.cafepress.com, www.goodreads.com, or www.paypal.com, which are governed by any privacy policy of the applicable company providing those services.

This Privacy Policy is effective as of November 15, 2017. By using any website, product or service provided by Narrate Conferences, you consent to the Privacy Policy that is in effect on that date. Narrate Conferences reserves the right to alter this Privacy Policy, as well as its website, products and services, at any time and without notice.

Please email questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy to Narrate Conferences's legal department at (legal at narrateconferences.org).


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Policy Statement

Narrate Conferences, doing business as Sirens, presents academic and literary conferences and events. As part of that service, Narrate Conferences collects personal information regarding its attendees and other individuals and companies in a variety of ways and for a variety of purposes. Narrate Conferences has designed this Privacy Policy, and our underlying privacy procedures, to best protect your private information. While we endeavor to protect your private information to the greatest extent possible, we cannot always promise, and you should not always expect, that your information will remain entirely private.


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Third Parties

Narrate Conferences does not provide or sell any information that it collects as part of its business to third parties, unless required to by law.


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Registration Information

To attend a Narrate Conferences event, you must register as either an attendee or, occasionally, a business or service professional. As part of this registration process, Narrate Conferences collects personally identifiable information, including, without limitation, your legal name, birth date, and mailing address. If you object to providing this information, please email us at (legal at narrateconferences.org). Narrate Conferences's internal policies prevent anyone not on the registration staff for the event for which you have registered from accessing any personally identifying registration information; the registration staff may use this information to contact you regarding your registration or to check you in at the event itself. Finally, other Narrate Conferences teams may use your email address for the purposes of occasional notification or promotion emails.


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Other Information

As part of your involvement in a Narrate Conferences event, you must provide us with basic information to allow us to carry on the business for which you contacted us. For example, volunteers must submit contact information allowing Narrate Conferences to bring them onto our team, and sponsors must submit contact information allowing Narrate Conferences to develop an ongoing business relationship. Narrate Conferences will not share this information beyond the teams for its events.


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User Names and Passwords

You may access certain portions of the Narrate Conferences systems with a user name and password that you designate. In this manner, you have the ability to alter certain portions of the information you have given us. You are responsible for the security of your user name and password.

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