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Privacy Policy

The Americans Against Amnesty has created this privacy notice to explain how we use information that you may provide while visiting our website (collectively the “Site”) and to demonstrate our firm commitment to Internet privacy. Privacy is of great concern to most users of the Internet, and is a critical part of an enjoyable and satisfactory user experience. We at the AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY are acutely aware of and sensitive to privacy concerns of our members and other visitors to our web site. We can assure you that we do not collect personal information from you unless you provide it to us. The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY may modify this policy from time to time so we encourage you to check this page when revisiting this website.

The following discloses our information on gathering and dissemination practices for this website. The type and amount of information received depends on how you use the Site. If you have objections to the Privacy Policy, you should immediately discontinue use of the Site and the products and services enabled by the Site. The Site and the products and services provided, are intended for adult audiences, and AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY does not knowingly collect any personal information from anyone under 13 years of age.

COLLECTION OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY provides Web forms so you may provide your contact information to engage in AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY activities, to apply for membership, to place an order for products or services, participate in a forum, to correspond with the AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY or to submit a testimonial.

Any information we collect, such as your name, mailing address, e-mail address, type of request you are making and any additional information you provide, is collected and stored by the AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY. The information is used to fulfill your request and track aggregate information about usage of these features. The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY makes every effort to ensure the secure collection and transmission of your sensitive information by using industry accepted data collection and encryption methodologies, such as SSL (Secure Sockets Layer).

All personal information (“personal information” is defined as any information that identifies or can be used to identify the person to whom such information pertains) that we collect and maintain will be subject to this Privacy Policy, as amended from time to time. The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY may change the Privacy Policy from time to time at its sole discretion and will provide notice of changes in the Privacy Policy and on the home page of the AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY.

If you feel that we are violating this Privacy Policy, please contact us at admin@americansagainstamnesty.org. Please specify “Privacy Policy” in the subject line of your e-mail.

SHARING OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY website will not post your personal contact information, including e-mail address, street address and phone numbers, without your written consent. Without such consent, the website staff will withhold posting any personal contact information for that individual.

The Site may contain links to other sites at which personal information may be requested and collected from the other sites. In such instances, unless expressly provided to the contrary, the collection and use of your personal information will be governed by the privacy policy applicable to that site. That privacy policy should identify the entity that is collecting your personal information.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND PAYMENTS
We use a secure server for processing payments and financial information. The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY does not retain share, store or use personally identifiable information for any secondary purposes.

BULLETIN BOARD, CHAT ROOMS, AND FORUMS
If you use a forum, bulletin board, chat room or other chat tool on this web Site, you should be aware that any personally identifiable information you submit there can be read, collected, or used by other users of these forums, and could be used to send you unsolicited messages. The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY is not responsible for the personally identifiable information you choose to submit in these forums. You are also responsible for using these forums in a manner consistent with the Rules of Engagement or other terms and conditions set forth on the relevant forum site.

STATISTICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR VISIT
When you visit our Site, our servers may automatically collect statistics about your visit. This information does not identify you personally, but rather identifies information about a visit to our Site. We may monitor statistics such as how many people visit our Site, the user’s IP address, which pages people visit, from which domains our visitors come and which browsers people use. We use these statistics about your visit for aggregation purposes only. These statistics are used to help us improve the performance of our web Site.

COOKIES
A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user’s hard drive containing information about the user. The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY website uses a cookie for measuring aggregate web statistics, including number of monthly visitors, number of repeat visitors, most popular web pages and other information. AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY will also use cookies to facilitate your online visit by maintaining data that you provide for online activism activities so that you will not need to resubmit certain information. The AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY does not use cookies to track what specific pages an individual site visitor views.

OPTING OUT OF E-MAIL LISTS
People who subscribe to e-mail lists via the website will receive periodic updates from the AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY by regular mail, fax or e-mail. You may opt out of receiving future information via e-mail by using the unsubscribe procedure specified on the e-mail message or by sending an e-mail message with the name of the list you are a member of to: admin@americansagainstamnesty.org.

SECURITY
This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. We use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption to protect the transmission of information you submit to us when you use our secure online forms. You are on a secure page when the lock icon on the bottom of Web browsers such as Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer become locked, as opposed to un-locked, or open, when you are just “surfing.” All the information you provide us through these forms is stored securely off-line.

We use SSL encryption to protect sensitive information online; we also protect user information off-line. All user information is restricted in our offices. Only employees who need information to perform a specific job (e.g., our billing clerk or a customer service representative) are granted access to personally identifiable information. All employees are kept up-to-date on our security and privacy practices. Finally, the servers that store sensitive information are kept in a secure environment.

If you send us an e-mail, you should know that e-mail is not necessarily secure against interception. So, if your communication includes sensitive information like your bank account, charge card, or social security number, and you prefer not to use one of our secure online complaint forms, contact us by mail or by telephone rather than by e-mail.

CORRECTIONS/ UPDATING PERSONAL INFORMATION
If your personal information changes (such as your phone number), or if you wish to have your information removed from our database, contact us and we will endeavor to provide a way to correct, update or remove that personal data provided to us.

DISCLAMIER
Opinions expressed here and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY. All AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY names and trademarks are the property of the AMERICANS AGAINST AMNESTY or its subsidiaries in the United States.

Last updated on July 1, 2013

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