Humanity United

Building peace and advancing human freedom

PRIVACY POLICY

General Information

Humanity United respects individual privacy. This policy applies to information you supply to us through the Humanity United Web site. Use of our site or submission of any personal information constitutes agreement to this policy.

DO NOT SUBMIT SENSITIVE INFORMATION, SUCH AS HEALTH OR FINANCIAL INFORMATION, THROUGH THIS WEB SITE. DO NOT SUBMIT PERSONAL INFORMATION OF OTHERS WITHOUT THEIR APPROVAL. IF YOU ARE UNDER 13 YEARS OF AGE, DO NOT SUBMIT ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF YOUR PARENT OR GUARDIAN.

Information We Collect and How We Use It

Humanity United may collect personally identifying information, such as your name and email address, through forms on its Web site. Humanity United will use this information to contact you about the Web site and, if the page indicates, about other organizational activities, developments, or issues. Humanity United also will receive messages you submit. If you do not wish Humanity United to have this information or to contact you, do not provide us your contact information.

The Humanity United Web site may record non-identifying information automatically supplied by your Web browser, including your computer’s IP address and the address of the page that linked you to the site. We may use this non-identifying information to monitor, analyze, and improve the site, and to protect its security.

Humanity United will not sell, rent, or disclose your personally identifying information without your permission except as follows. We may share information necessary for agents we contract to make mailings or to perform other tasks on our behalf. We may disclose information in response to a subpoena, search warrant, court order, legal process, or other governmental requirements. Humanity United may disclose such information we in good faith believe necessary to protect and defend our rights and property; to protect against misuse, or unauthorized or illegal use of our sites, or use intended to perpetrate fraud; and to protect the personal safety or property of our users or the public.

Updating Information and Security

Humanity United does not currently provide public access to our records for updating. If you wish to submit updated information, please use our Contact Us page. Humanity United takes reasonable measures to limit third-party access to personally identifying information, but cannot guarantee security.

Policy Changes and Contact Information

Humanity United may update this policy at any time, and the changed policy will be made available on our site. By using the site, you signify your acceptance of the revised policy. We encourage you to periodically review this policy so you know how we are protecting your information. If Humanity United makes a significant or material change in how we disclose personally identifying information, we will post a more prominent notice on the site or notify you via the email address you supplied.

If you have any questions or suggestions about this policy, or believe it may have been violated, please contact us through our Contact Us page or write us at:

Humanity United
Attention: Communications Director
One Letterman Drive
Building D, Suite D3100
San Francisco, CA 94129
USA


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