The Types of Information The Fairness Project Collects
- Non-personally identifiable information
The Fairness Project collects non-personally identifiable information about you whenever you visit our Website. Such information may include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, your Internet service provider, the browser you used, the time you visited the Website and which pages you viewed.
- Web browser cookies and beacons
- Personally identifiable information
The Fairness Project collects personally identifiable information (such as names, mailing addresses and email addresses) from Users when they voluntarily provide such information to us, including, for example, when Users sign up to join us, when Users sign a petition, or when Users make a financial donation to The Fairness Project.
How The Fairness Project Uses the Information that It Collects
The Fairness Project uses Users’ personal information to better understand how Users use the Website so that The Fairness Project can improve the Website and its offerings. The Fairness Project also uses Users’ personal information for the purpose for which the Users provided the information, in other words, to provide requested information, to process a donation, or to otherwise fulfill a request. If you provide The Fairness Project with your email address and/or mailing address, The Fairness Project will add you to its email and/or mailing list, and may contact you with information that The Fairness Project thinks will be of interest to you. If at any time you wish to stop receiving communications from The Fairness Project, please follow the unsubscribe instructions at the bottom of any email The Fairness Project sends you, or send The Fairness Project an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be removed from The Fairness Project’s distribution lists.
How The Fairness Project Protects User Information
The Fairness Project adopts appropriate data collection, storage and processing practices and security measures to help protect against unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure or destruction of your personal information, but The Fairness Project cannot guarantee that your information is 100% secure. Your credit card information is stored in a manner that is PCI compliant.
Sharing Personal Information
The Fairness Project may share Users’ personally identifiable information (such as names, mailing addresses and email addresses, but never credit card information) with our campaign partners in your state. The Fairness Project does not currently share Users’ personally identifiable information with other third parties (other than as specified in this section), but reserves the right to share such information with other like-minded organizations. The Fairness Project may also share generic aggregated demographic information not linked to any personally identifiable information regarding Users with third parties. The Fairness Project may use third party service providers to help it operate its business and the Website or administer activities on The Fairness Project’s behalf, such as collecting donations on The Fairness Project’s behalf. The Fairness Project may share User information with these third parties for those limited purposes but The Fairness Project requires that such third parties protect the confidentiality of your information and use it for no other purpose.
The Fairness Project may also release personal information if required to do so by law, or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with state and federal laws or to respond to a court order, subpoena, or search warrant.
Third Party Websites
Compliance with Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
Protecting the privacy of the young is especially important. For that reason, The Fairness Project never collects information at the Website from those The Fairness Project knows are under 13, and no part of the Website is structured to attract anyone under 13. If The Fairness Project becomes aware of having information about anyone under 13, The Fairness Project will promptly delete the information.
California Privacy Rights
If you reside in California and have provided your personally identifiable information to The Fairness Project, you may request information once per calendar year about The Fairness Project’s disclosures of certain categories of your personally identifiable information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. Such requests must be submitted to The Fairness Project at email@example.com.
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August 10, 2015