You are free to visit IDDBA's website without
identifying yourself, but if you'd like to make a purchase through
our online store, or register or join through our online forms,
you will need to provide required personal information. We use the
information you provide during the ordering process to fill your
orders, print your badge in the case of registering, provide customer
service assistance, and improve the content of our site so that
we may better meet your needs. Registering for IDDBA's Dairy-Deli-Bake
grants IDDBA permission to contact the registrant and registrant's
company via fax, mail or email, with no expiration date, unless
revoked in writing. Ordering through the online IDDBA store grants
IDDBA permission to contact the you and your company via fax, mail
or email, with no expiration date, unless revoked in writing.
IDDBA believes that your personal information
(including your purchases, fax numbers, email and residential addresses,
and credit card information) belongs to you. We collect this type
of information when you provide it, and we may make our customer
mailing information available to IDDBA member companies for targeted
promotions on a rental basis. If you do not want us to share
your mailing information with any third party, please let us know
by sending us an email at the following address and we will honor
your request: IDDBA@iddba.org.
If you attend Dairy-Deli-Bake, entrances are monitored
by Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). RFID smart badges are
used to facilitate identification to provide attendance records
of attendees in the show and specific events. Instead of intrusively
taking and scanning the traditional badges, the RFID SMART PORTAL
provides automatic access control to specific events in a non-intrusive
manner. Specific and individual attendance records are not available
to any vendors or individuals. They are used by the IDDBA show
management to report general statistics to the IDDBA Board of Directors.
Ensuring secure online ordering is an important part of protecting
our customers' information. IDDBA utilizes SSL (secure socket layers) to protect
your information. SSL is an encryption scheme that is very tough to crack.
All communication between the server and the browser (all information you input)
is encrypted when you use SSL. You can tell when you are using SSL by looking
at the URL - it starts "https://" and most browsers have some visual
indication, e.g., a padlock that is locked on the status bar of the browser.