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Last Updated: October 27, 2020
2.1 Information Provided to Us. We collect information that can identify you that you provide directly to us, information that we can link with other information to identify you, and information provided to us by third-party services, our affiliates, and our business and channel partners. Information provided to us includes:
2.1.1 Account and Profile Information. When you create an account, we collect basic information about you such as name, email address, phone number, billing information, physical address, company name, job title, and information you input in open text fields.
2.1.2 Donation Information. If you are a donor, we collect information about your donation, including the project you are donating to, the amount of your donation, your employer (if your employer has a donation matching program), your name, and your email address.
2.1.3 Customer Support. When you contact us with an issue, you may provide us with a summary of the problem you are experiencing, and any other documentation, screenshots or information that would be helpful in resolving an issue submitted to our customer support.
2.2 Information We Automatically Collect. We receive and store certain types of information automatically, such as whenever you interact with the Services. Information collected automatically includes:
2.2.1 Log Information. We retain information about you when you access and use the Services. This information can include the following: IP address, timestamps, browser information, Internet Service Provider “ISP”, web pages visited, URL of the web page you visited before navigating to our website, and device identifiers.
2.2.2 Usage Information. We monitor user activity in connection with the Services and may collect information about the applications and features you use, websites you visit, as well as types and amount of the Services you use.
2.2.3 Crash and Error Information. If the Services crash or return an error, we may collect data to determine the cause of the error using first or third party services. The crash or error information collected may include the following: Device Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, device name, operating system version, application configurations(s), the time and date, and other statistics.
2.3 Information We Obtain from Others. We may obtain information about you from third parties who help us provide our Services to you, publicly available information systems, consumer reporting agencies, and commercial information services. We may also obtain some information from our marketing partners in order to inform you about products, new surveys, or Services that we think you might be interested in. Finally, we may obtain information that does not identify you directly, but which is later used in a way that may later directly identify you. We may combine that general information with your information to provide related services to you.
3.1 Cookies. Below, we explain the different types of Cookies that may be used on the Site.
3.1.1 Necessary Cookies. Necessary cookies are essential to enable your use of the Services, such as assisting with your account login, so we can show you the appropriate experience and features such as your account information, transaction history, and to edit your account settings. They may also provide authentication and site security.
3.1.2 Preference Cookies. Performance cookies are used to remember your settings and preferences, and to improve your experience on our Services.
3.1.3 Session Cookies. Session cookies are stored only temporarily during a browsing session and are deleted from your device when you close the browser. We use session cookies to support the functionality of the website and to understand your use of the website-that is, which pages you visit, which links you use and how long you stay on each page.
3.1.4 Analytics Cookies. Analytics cookies help collect information about your use of the website and enable us to improve the way it works. These cookies give us aggregated information that we use to monitor site performance, count page visits, spot technical errors, see how users reach the website, and measure the effectiveness of marketing (including emails).
3.1.5 Marketing Cookies. Marketing cookies are used to show users display advertisements across websites such as those on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or the general web. The intention is to display ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user and thereby more valuable for publishers and third-party advertisers. We do not display ads for any services besides our own.
3.1.6 Unclassified Cookies. Unclassified cookies are cookies that we are in the process of classifying, together with the providers of individual cookies.
3.2 Other Technologies. In addition to Cookies, we may use other similar technologies, like pixel tags (also known as web beacons and clear GIFs), to, among other things, track the actions of Users of the Services (about usage including email recipients), measure the success of our marketing campaigns, and compile statistics of the Services and response rates.
(b) We may aggregate and/or de-identify information collected through the Services and from other sources so that such information can no longer be linked to you or your device (“Aggregate/De-Identified Information”). We may use Aggregate/De-Identified Information for any purpose, including without limitation for research and marketing purposes, and we may also share such data with any third parties, including advertisers, promotional partners, business and channel partners, sponsors, and/or others.
(a) We offer you the choice in receiving communications from us, generally by offering an “opt in” or an “opt out” option, depending on applicable law, when you provide contact information through one of our websites. Additionally, we include an “unsubscribe” link in our electronic newsletters or promotional emails. These options allow you to inform us on how you want to receive communications.
(b) You may opt out of behaviorally targeted ads anytime by clearing your cache of your browser’s cookies. Additionally, you may opt-out of interest-based advertising from some third-party partners by visiting http://preferences-mgr.truste.com/, http://www.youronlinechoices.eu, or the third-party provider’s websites. Please note that opting-out will only prevent targeted ads so you may continue to see generic (non-targeted ads) after you opt-out.
(d) Some browsers offer a “do not track” (“DNT”) option. Since no common industry or legal standard for DNT has been adopted by industry groups, technology companies or regulators, we do not respond to DNT signals. We will make efforts to continue to monitor developments around DNT browser technology and the implementation of a standard.
9.1 Information and Access. You can request to see which personal information we process from you. We can inform you on how and why we process this data unless restricted by law, or if we are unable to verify your identify.
9.2 Submitting information. You may refrain from submitting information directly to us, although doing so may impact our ability to provide the services, and information you request and/or affect your ability to use the Services.
9.3 Rectification. You may request to update or correct the personal information we maintain for you.
9.4 Right to be forgotten/request deletion. You may request deletion of your personal information. We may ask you for additional information to verify your identity and will process your request subject to and in accordance with the law.
9.5 Restriction. You may request the limitation on the processing of your personal information.
9.6 Restricting cookies. You may elect not to have a unique cookie identification number assigned to your computer to avoid aggregation and analysis of data collected on our websites. Generally, if you do not wish to receive cookies, you may set your browser to deny cookies or to alert you when a cookie is placed on your computer.
9.7 Objection. You may remove your consent for the processing of your personal information.
9.8 Transferability. You may request to transfer your personal information.
10 California Residents.
(a) If you are a resident of the State of California, you have certain rights afforded to you under the California Consumer Privacy Act or the “CCPA”. When we say “Personal Information” in this Section, we mean information that identifies, relates to, describes, is reasonably capable of being associated with, or could reasonably be linked, directly or indirectly, with you. Personal Information does not include information that is aggregated or information that cannot be reasonably linked to you.
(b) We collect Personal Information and Non-Personal Information for the business and commercial purposes described in the Section above titled “How We Use Your Information”, and we share Personal Information with the categories of third parties described therein. We do not sell (as such term is defined in the CCPA) the Personal Information we collect (and will not sell it without providing a right to opt out).
(c) Subject to certain limitations, the CCPA provides California residents the following rights:
(d) California residents may make a request pursuant to their “right to know”, “right to request deletion”, and/or “right to opt-out” under the CCPA by contacting us in accordance with the “Contact Us” section below. In order to verify your request to know or delete information, we may require you to provide us with certain information to be used solely for the purpose of verifying your identity.
(e) Under the CCPA, you may exercise these rights yourself or you may designate an authorized agent to make these requests on your behalf. We may request that your authorized agent have written permission from you to make requests on your behalf and may need to verify your authorized agent’s identity.