Gathering and Usage of Information
Free the People collects personal information from you on a voluntary basis and we don’t require it to obtain non-membership access to freethepeople.org. The types of personal information we collect may include your name, mailing address, email address, and phone number.
We do not sell your personal information to any third parties. Some activities on freethepeople.org explicitly involve sharing your personal information with a third party, such as your elected officials. If you sign a petition or similar call to action that has the express purpose of sending emails or petitions to Congress, the media, or similar, we will share your personal information with the target of the call to action.
On some occasions, we will make our membership postal mailing list available to allied organizations for the purpose of sending direct mail.
Free the People maintains several opt-out and opt-in email lists, including our newsletter and special state and issue updates. We give you control over these subscriptions and at any time you may “opt-out” and remove your e-mail address from our files. There is an “unsubscribe” process detailed at the bottom of every email, or you can click here to be removed from our email list.
Although freethepeople.org contains links to other sites, Free the People does not necessarily advocate, support or condone the privacy practices or content of these various websites.
At freethepeople.org, you have the opportunity to participate in various online contests, comment boards, and discussions. Please remember that any information that you disclose in our comments, chat rooms, forums, message boards, or groups becomes public information. Exercise caution when deciding to disclose any of your personal information, and please do not disclose direct contact information such as your mailing address, phone number, or email address.
Free the People has taken steps to make all information received from our online visitors as secure as possible against unauthorized access and use. All information is protected by our security measures, which are periodically reviewed.
Ongoing Privacy Efforts
Free the People approaches our Internet communications with respect for and commitment to individual privacy rights and concerns. We support active self-regulation of this environment to ensure that responsible organizations maintain the right to use all communications media to interact with the public. As the Internet evolves, our policy will continue to develop. Please check back periodically to see changes and additions.
If you have any questions about our privacy practices or the Free the People website, please click here to contact us.
Last Updated: February 23, 2016