CODE OF ETHICAL CONDUCT: You may purchase each microconference individually,  all seven as a bundle, or get the best rate with a group pass. Questions & Complaints SPi Global responds to or resolves a privacy question or question about personal information received on priority. A case officer will then be assigned to your application, to assess the information provided and make a determination. Non-Personal Information At times SPi Global may make certain personal information available to strategic partners that work with SPi Global to provide products and services, or that help SPi Global market to customers. Aggregated data is considered non personal information for the purposes of this Privacy Policy. For example, if you list your name and email address in a forum posting, that information will be considered public, and will be accessible to a lot of people. This practice skirts the support of the organizer and the industry. Alternatively, you can contact us. 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