Pacific Paddle Company respects the privacy of all of its members and customers. This Privacy Policy applies to all information Pacific Paddle Company collects or processes, including information collected via the Pacific Paddle Company website. By accessing or using the Pacific Paddle Company website you agree to our website Terms and Conditions of Use. If you do not agree with our policies, your choice is to not use our website or provide us with your information. Please review this Privacy Policy to stay informed about Pacific Paddle Company policies regarding the information we collect.


  • Information Provided by You on our Website

    The Pacific Paddle Company website will prompt you to voluntarily provide personal information if and when it is needed by Pacific Paddle Company to provide a service or conduct a transaction that you have requested, such as registering as a member to gain access to members-only areas of the website or the personalized features of the website, ordering publications or registering for courses and webinars, downloading Pacific Paddle Company products. The types of personal information that you may be asked to provide to Pacific Paddle Company include your first and last name, home, business or other mailing address, title, company or organization, telephone number, mobile number, fax number, email address, birth year and credit card information.


  • Pacific Paddle Company will not sell, rent, exchange, publish or otherwise share your personal information with any third parties except as otherwise described in this Privacy Policy. In the ordinary course of business, Pacific Paddle Company may engage third parties to provide services on its behalf, such as

    • website hosting,
    • packaging,
    • payment services,
    • mailing ,
    • customer service functions,
    • online learning,
    • job listings,
    • podcasts,
    • news aggregation,
    • online community platforms,
    • customer surveys,
    • conference management partners,
    • housing services.
    • Disclosures to Third Parties

    DIA may further disclose your personal information to the relevant authority if required to do so by law, or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with legal process, to protect the rights of DIA and its website or, in certain circumstances, to protect the health, safety or welfare of DIA or its employees, users of DIA’s products and services or members of the public.