Legal and Privacy
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“Any information, comments, data entries, weblink, or materials contained in any form or media that that is deposited on this WECC Website by any user or third party ("Third-Party Content") must be appropriate for public viewing as well as consistent and suitable for the applicable WECC Website page involved. WECC reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to modify, reposition, or remove any Third-Party Content that may be deposited on any page of this Website. The depositor or user relinquishes any right or expectation of privacy upon depositing any Third-Party Content on any page of this Website. In turn, WECC assumes no liability of any kind for Third Party Content deposited on this Website, regardless of the amount of time it may appear thereon, and any Third-Party Content does not necessarily reflect the official or unofficial position or opinion of WECC.” All information and materials contained on this Web site, unless otherwise specifically indicated and regardless of any passcode restrictions, is owned by WECC and may be viewed, downloaded, copied or reproduced only in compliance with applicable law. Any Web links posted, now or in the future on this Web site, are provided only as a convenience and do not constitute an endorsement of any kind by WECC. In addition, unless otherwise specifically noted, use of this Web site does not convey on the user any license, express or implied, or grant of rights to use any content or data from this Web site. WECC reserves its rights to prosecute any violations to the fullest extent of the law.
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WECC is committed to reasonable measures to preserve the user’s privacy and safeguarding personal information provided to WECC via this portal. The following statement describes the general information-gathering and usage practices of WECC’s Web site.
a. Personal Information
All personal information submitted to WECC through online input and is kept private, unless indicated that the content is available for retrieval and viewing by the public. WECC takes reasonable precaution to protect users’ personal information. When users submit personal information via this Web site, such information is protected both online and off-line.
III. Whistleblower Protection
WECC's Whistleblower Policy governs whistleblower procedures and protections. For a copy of the policy,
a. Scope and Procedures
Any WECC Director, officer, employee, contractor, or vendor who is aware of actions known or suspected to be in violation of a policy, regulation, or law should immediately report the actions as described below:
- WECC officers, employees, contractors, and vendors should report violations or suspected violations to their supervisor, a member of the WECC management team, or the General Counsel. Directors should report violations to the Chair or the CEO.
- Reports involving employee relations matters should be made to the Director of Human Resources.
- Anonymous reports may be made to a neutral third party by calling the WECC Hotline at 866-546-9757 or online,
- Crimes against persons or property should immediately be reported to law enforcement.
b. Protection from Retaliation
No Director, officer, employee, contractor, or vendor who in good faith reports a violation or suspected violation shall suffer harassment, retaliation, or adverse employment consequence.
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