We collect site usage data, which is not individually identifiable, and individually identifiable information voluntarily contributed by visitors to IAM2018.org.
Site Usage Data
Our web server automatically recognizes and collects the domain name of each visitor to IAM2018.org. This includes information such as the number of visitors, what pages visitors access, the length of their visit, and traffic channel, including visitors who come from email or referrals from other websites. We may also collect the type of browser or operating system a visitor is using, as well as the domain name of a visitor’s internet service provider. We use this information to manage IAM2018.org and improve its content.
Individually Identifiable Information
We collect individually identifiable information you voluntarily elect to share about yourself, for example, when you sign-up to receive periodic updates from IAM2018.org, request information or make a donation. This information may include your name, your postal and/or email address and your credit card information. By providing such information, such users consent to us using it in the manner described in this policy.
We use individually identifiable information to provide you with information, answer inquiries we receive from you via email at [email protected] or to process donations you make at IAM2018.org. If you sign-up to be a member of IAM2018.org by providing your email address, you will receive periodic updates from us.
If you would like to change the way we contact you, including level of frequency, please email your preferences to [email protected]
If you provided an email address to IAM2018.org but no longer wish to receive communication or participate with IAM2018.org, please notify us at [email protected] and we will cease communication and make every effort to destroy any individually identifiable information you have provided us.
Sharing Information With Others
Occasionally we may share, rent or sell non-identifiable site usage data with third parties to show general preference and demographic information.
Occasionally we may share, rent or sell the individually identifiable information you voluntarily elect to provide to IAM2018.org to third parties so that they can (1) inform you of other information in which you may be interested; (2) prevent potentially prohibited or illegal activities; and/or (3) process credit card transactions.
We will also share identifiable information when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law, enforce our rights, protect the safety of our users or others or respond to an inquiry made by you.
You are deemed to consent to us to providing the individually identifiable information to third parties as outlined in this policy.
If you do not want your individually identifiable information shared in accord with this policy, do not provide such information to IAM2018.org.
We may share your personally identifiable information with our campaign partners AFSCME and COGIC. We do not currently share your personally identifiable information with other third parties, but we reserve the right to share such information with other like-minded organizations. We may also share generic aggregated demographic information not linked to any personally identifiable information regarding users with third parties. We may use third party service providers to help us operate and to run our website or administer activities on our behalf, such as collecting donations. We may share user information with these third parties for those limited purposes but we generally require that such third parties protect the confidentiality of your information and use it for no other purpose. We 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.
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Policy Toward Children
We do not intend to collect individual identifiable information from children under the age of 13. We will never knowingly collect such information from persons under the age of 13, per the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998. If we become aware that an individual under 13 has provided us with individually identifiable information we will remove such information from our files to the best of our abilities. If a parent or guardian becomes aware that his or her child has provided us with individually identifiable information, that parent or guardian should contact us at [email protected]
If you have any questions about the privacy practices described above, please contact us at [email protected]
January 15, 2018