Information We Collect
User-Provided Information: We collect information from you when you register on our website, place a donation, subscribe to a newsletter, respond to a survey, fill out a form and/or enter information on our website. You may be asked to enter your name, email address, mailing address, telephone number, or other details to enable The People to help you with your experience and to adhere to applicable state and federal Campaign Finance Laws. If you correspond with us by email, we may retain the content of your email messages, your email address and our responses. We may also retain any messages you send through ThePeople.org You may provide us information in user content you post to thepeople.org, including feedback or comments.
The People may also collect other information that cannot identify you personally when you visit our site, including your IP address or your Internet Service Provider. The People may log this information in aggregated forms to monitor our site and to measure site performance.
Third Party Services
The People uses other platforms to organize our community of members, supporters and prospects. When you visit thepeople.org our third parties may send one or more cookies – a small text file containing a string of alphanumeric characters – to your computer that uniquely identifies your browser and lets these parties help you log in faster and enhance your navigation through thepeople.org. A cookie does not collect personal information about you. A persistent cookie remains on your hard drive after you close your browser. Persistent cookies may be used by your browser on subsequent visits to the site. Persistent cookies can be removed by following your web browser’s directions. A session cookie is temporary and disappears after you close your browser. You can reset your web browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. Since each browser is a little different, look at your browser’s Help Menu to learn the correct way to modify your cookies. Keep in mind that some features of thepeople.org may not function properly if the ability to accept cookies is disabled.
How We Use Your Information
We use the personal information you submit to operate, maintain, and provide to you the features and functionality of thepeople.org
By providing The People your email address (including by “following,” “liking,” linking your account to thepeople.org, etc., on a third party website or network), you consent to our using the email address to send you The People-related notices, including any notices required by law, in lieu of communication by postal mail. You also agree that we may send you notifications of activity on the people.org to the email address you give us, in accordance with any applicable privacy settings. We may use your email address to send you other messages, such as newsletters, changes to features of thepeople.org, or other information. If you do not want to receive such email messages, you may opt out by changing your subscription preferences here.
Following termination or deactivation of your The People account, The People may retain your profile information and user content for a reasonable time for archival purposes. Furthermore, The People may retain and continue to use indefinitely all information (including user content) contained in your communications to other users or posted to public or semi-public areas of the people.org after termination or deactivation of your account.
The People reserves the right, but has no obligation, to monitor the user content you post on thepeople.org. We reserve the right to remove any such information or material for any reason or no reason, including without limitation if in our sole opinion such information or material violates, or may violate, any applicable law or to protect or defend our rights or property or those of any third party. The People also reserves the right to remove information upon the request of any third party.
How We Share Your Information
Any personal information or content that you voluntarily disclose for posting to thepeople.org, such as user content, becomes available to the public, as controlled by any applicable privacy or website customization settings. When signing up to volunteer, donating, or submitting information on another form, you will have the option to not post your content publicly if a social stream is available. If you remove information that you posted to thepeople.org, copies may remain viewable in cached and archived pages, or if other users have copied or saved that information.
As required by law, we will use your personal information, including name, address, employer, and occupation, as necessary to meet all applicable state and federal campaign finance laws.
How We Protect Your Information
The People cares about the integrity and security of your personal information. We cannot, however, ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to The People or guarantee that your information on the service may not be accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed by breach of any of our physical, technical, or managerial safeguards. Your privacy settings may also be affected by changes to the functionality of third-party providers, such as social networks. The People is not responsible for the functionality or security measures of any third party.
To protect your privacy and security, we take reasonable steps (such as requesting a unique password) to verify your identity before granting you access to your account. You are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your unique password and account information, and for controlling access to your email communications from The People, at all times.
Compromise of Personal Information
Your Choices About Your Information
You may, of course, decline to submit personally identifiable information through thepeople.org, in which case The People may not be able to provide certain services to you, including the ability to make financial contributions to The People. You can review and correct the information about you that The People keeps on file by contacting us directly at email@example.com.
Protecting the privacy of young children is especially important to us. For that reason, The People does not knowingly collect or solicit personal information from anyone under the age of 13 or knowingly allow such persons to register for thepeople.org accounts. If you are under the age of 13, please do not send any information about yourself to us, including your name, address, telephone number, or email address. No one under the age of 13 is allowed to provide any personal information to or on thepeople.org by our website’s express terms. In the event that we learn that we have collected personal information from a child under the age of 13 without verification of parental consent, we will delete that information. If you believe that we might have any information from or about a child under the age of 13, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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