As an organization carrying on business throughout the United States, the privacy and data security practices of Hāʻena State Park are designed to comply with a large collection of applicable laws and regulations.
Purpose and Scope
Hāʻena State Park knows that our customers care how information about them is used and shared, and we appreciate your trust that we will do so carefully and sensibly. This Policy explains the treatment of personal information that we collect, use or disclose when you use our products and services.
What is Personal Information?
Personal Information means information about an identifiable individual, other than an individual's business or employment contact information, such as name, title, business address and business telephone number. Personal Information used by Hāʻena State Park may include:
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Payment Information (Credit Card / Banking Information)
How we use your Information
Hāʻena State Park only collects and stores Personal Information necessary for maintaining relationships with our customers, clients and associates. This information is collected to ensure we can:
- Process and collect payments for the services Hāʻena State Park provides to you
- Appropriately identify you for transactions and communications between Hāʻena State Park and you
- Protect both Hāʻena State Park and you from errors or fraud
- Comply with legal and regulatory requirements
Hāʻena State Park will only use the information collected for the purposes specified during the collection process identified in this Policy or as authorized by law. Should Hāʻena State Park require your information for purposes other than those specified during collection or as permitted by this Policy, we will seek your consent where required, or a notification will be provided to you prior to the new use.
Hāʻena State Park's responsibilities to our clients and customers include the following:
Hāʻena State Park is responsible for all Personal Information it collects or otherwise receives during the entire life cycle of that information up until its destruction. This accountability extends to third parties to whom Hāʻena State Park discloses the same information for business purposes. Hāʻena State Park's Privacy Officer is directly responsible for the appropriate use and protection of this Personal Information, and can be contacted at privacyofficer@RPNW.com.
Hāʻena State Park will only collect, use or disclose your Personal Information as set out in this Policy except where otherwise permitted or required by law. Should you wish to withdraw your consent to the use of your Personal Information, please contact Hāʻena State Park's Privacy Officer.
Hāʻena State Park will only collect Personal Information necessary for the purposes specified for that transaction, for other reasonable business purposes as contemplated by this Policy or as authorized by law.
Limited Use, Disclosure and Retention
Hāʻena State Park will only use the Personal Information as specified during the collection process to conduct the related business transaction, for other reasonable business purposes, or as authorized by law. Hāʻena State Park may disclose your Personal Information to third parties that are directly involved with the processing or storage of that Personal Information, for specified business purposes such as payment processing, unless otherwise prescribed by law. Hāʻena State Park does not sell or trade Personal Information to third parties. Hāʻena State Park only retains Personal Information for as long as reasonably needed for business purposes and as authorized by law.
Hāʻena State Park will attempt to ensure the Personal Information we maintain about you is accurate and up to date to most efficiently provide services to you without interruption. Should you believe the information is inaccurate or incorrect, please contact the Privacy Officer with your corrections.
Hāʻena State Park commits to providing sufficient safeguards and controls to ensure your data's security is maintained in both paper and electronic format. Hāʻena State Park will take reasonable measures to protect your Personal Information from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, duplication, and modification while under our control. When Hāʻena State Park no longer requires the use of your Personal Information, Hāʻena State Park will take reasonable measures to securely destroy the data.
You have the ability to access your Personal Information held by Hāʻena State Park or third parties providing services to Hāʻena State Park. If you would like to know the information about you that Hāʻena State Park holds, please submit a request in writing to Hāʻena State Park's Privacy Officer. Once received, the Privacy Officer will review the request and respond.
Please note that there are situations where Hāʻena State Park may not be able to release your Personal Information in certain formats. For instance, security reasons or potential infringement on the Privacy rights of others may sometimes prohibit the disclosure of your Personal Information.
Hāʻena State Park will always do its best to ensure our privacy practices are open and transparent to all interested parties. Any questions as to our practices can be directed in writing to the Privacy Officer. All concerns will be investigated and the results communicated to you once complete.