What do we mean by personal data?
“Personal data” or “personal information” refers to information that can be used to directly identify a person. This information can include a person’s name, email address, or phone number. Personal data can also include information, such as the organization a person is working for, which can be paired with other data to directly identify a person.
How do we treat your personal data?
Public Campaigns and Petitions
When contacting individuals for the purpose of securing their endorsement, a public campaign and petition will usually request the individual’s full name, email, and affiliated organization. We use various third-party services for distributing and disseminating information on public campaigns and petitions for the purpose of securing endorsements. The personal data is not shared by any third party. In some cases, a public letter may feature a list of names, which may be made public for the purpose of establishing the creditability of the endorsement; in such cases, only the first name of the endorser will be disclosed, while the last name is censored. We remove the personal data collected from the campaign and petition as soon as the activities are completed.
Online Webinars and Meetings
Website & Cookies
Our website does not use Google Analytics, which is a traffic analytics tool that allows us to see how our site is being used and by whom. We choose not to use the Analytics, as the tool can disclose the identity of users. We also do not use tracking cookies for commercial purposes. The only cookies that are used on our website are those which are necessary to maintain the website’s function and to create a positive experience for visitors. These cookies contain no personal data and is discarded when users close their browsers.