No Personal Information RequiredTo access www.redf.org you will not be required to provide us with personal information. We do not collect personally identifiable data from users based on visits to our web pages. If a visitor chooses to opt-in for more information by signing up on our site or by registering to receive email communications from us, we will have access to additional information and discuss such opt-in collection in more detail below.
General Information for www.redf.org and www.1000by2010.org visitorsWhen you request information from any website the web server uses your IP address to communicate with you. This information is always retained for a period of time on our server. Your computer can be identified from the IP address while you are connected to the Internet, although it normally would not identify you individually as the user. Our site will automatically gather certain general information such as the number of visitors on the site and the most frequently visited areas. However, this information is used in aggregate and cannot be used to identify you personally. We use this aggregate information to try to improve the site, making it more useful and usable.
Information for www.redf.org and www.1000by2010.org Visitors Who Opt-In via a “form”REDF employs the use of forms to give visitors the opportunity to share personal information with REDF. This is a free service provided by REDF to allow visitors, for example, to receive updates on REDF’s work and progress toward putting 1,000 people in jobs by 2010; make an online donation to REDF and share information about REDF with friends and colleagues; and, make sure REDF has your current contact information and communication preferences.
REDF will not use this service for transmission of unsolicited bulk or commercial email. This partnership is guided by the following principles:• We’re opt-in.• We’re against spam. You can unsubscribe at any time, and all of our email communications that come through the Vertical Response system have unsubscribe links.• We only collect personally identifiable information that you knowingly and willingly provide us.
Additionally, all of the information collected on this site is encrypted using SSL, an industry standard secure technology. This encryption is designed to prevent the theft or interception of the information you provide. SSL encryption is indicated on your Web browser by the display of a lock or key on the browser status bar.
Information for Visitors Who Choose to Donate via www.redf.org
REDF has partnered with Network for Good/Groundspring.org to allow visitors to our website to make safe and secure financial contributions to REDF using a major credit card. Network for Good/Groundspring.org employs VeriSign to provide the technology to us to ensure that your donation to REDF is successful. Network for Good/Groundspring.org does not sell, trade, rent, or share your information with any entity other than REDF, which receives your payment. Please note, This transaction will appear on your credit card statement as "Groundspring.org".
No Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
REDF does not sell or provide our supporter or donor contact information to third parties, other than those we use for specific support of REDF efforts, such as Network for Good/Groundspring.org, and who have agreed to not provide such information to other third parties. As a general requirement of law, we will respond to documents in a legal proceeding, such as court orders or subpoenas, if we receive any.
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