Canadian Association of University Teachers of German (CAUTG) / L’Association des Professeurs d’Allemand des Universités Canadiennes (APAUC)
Which Data We Collect and Why
Website and Group Activity and Usage
The CAUTG/APAUC maintains records of its members. These records include members’ names, email addresses, postal addresses, and telephone numbers. These records are accessible by the organization’s Treasurer and Secretary.
When you join the CAUTG/APAUC or new your membership, you are asked to indicate a salary range, which determines your scaled membership rate. The salary range you indicate is accessible to the organization’s Treasurer and Secretary.
Author and Peer Reviewer Information
The editor(s) of the CAUTG/APAUC’s journal, Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies (“Seminar”), collect(s) information of authors and peer-reviewers, including names, email addresses, and postal addresses.
Uses of Your Information
Communications from the CAUTG/APAUC
We will use the contact information you provide (including email address and postal address) to send you communications about the activities of the organization. The communications may include inquiries and notifications related to your membership. If you have consented to join the CAUTG/APAUC’s Google Groups email list, we will use the information to send you emails that are distributed by the Google Groups list.
As a benefit of membership, the CAUTG/APAUC may produce a directory of members that is made available to the members. This directory will include publicly available information that you have shared with us (e.g., name, email address, postal address, telephone number). If you wish to opt out of the directory or keep any particular part of this information private, you must notify the CAUTG Secretary.
Location of Servers
Links to Third-Party Websites
The CAUTG/APAUC takes reasonable measures to protect the safety and integrity of communications and data related to the organization’s services. The CAUTG/APAUC assumes no liability for actions or occurrences and their results that arise from (not exclusively) administrative errors, hacking, technological problems, and user misconduct.