Your online privacy is important to us.
Your privacy on the Internet is important to The Digital Citizens Alliance. It is our position that as a visitor to this site and a user on our social media networks, you should understand the terms and conditions surrounding use of information collected in these spaces. Throughout the website, the type of personal information we collect and how it is handled is explained. The purpose of this privacy statement summarizes the data collected and how it is used.
It is an option to provide your personal information. If you opt to do so, we use the information in an effort to both communicate with legislators and to personalize the user experience on our online properties. Personal information or email addresses will not be revealed, rented or made available to third parties.
Should a user register, The Digital Citizens Alliance website will store a unique user ID through use of a cookie. This user ID is used to identify you in our database. This enables you to visit and use this site for communicating with elected officials without having to register each time.
Use of Registration Information
Any information used by this website is that which is given voluntarily by uses. When information is used by this website, it is to ensure communications are delivered correctly to elected officials. Information will not be shared with third parties. This information may be used, however, to measure the effectiveness of certain grassroots activities. Our commitment to the privacy and security of our visitors is a top priority. It is recognition that you trust us to protect your privacy when sharing personal information about yourself. Personal information that could be used to track individual access and navigation of The Digital Citizens Alliance website will not be disclosed to any third parties. We deploy computer encryption technology in an effort to protect your information from unauthorized access or release and to maintain the integrity of the personal information you provide.
Email and street addresses voluntarily provided by site visitors may be used for notification of updates, products, services or upcoming events.
If you are a visitor and wish to receive such notifications via email, you can choose to opt out of receiving such information at any time upon receipt of any promotional email.
Website visitor data that is non-identifiable may be collected and used in aggregate to help shape and direct the creation and maintenance of content.
You have a right to stop receiving email at any time you choose. It is also your right to only receive relevant and wanted email. You email address is only collected for the purpose of enabling communications to your legislators. You can unsubscribe from our email list at any time and for any reason.
Unsubscribe links are included in every email, along with instructions.
SPAM and Policy Abuse
Despite aggressive precautions on our part, there is always the potential that a person will register another person without their permission. If you suspect this has happened, please contact us.
You may find links throughout this website to other sites during the span of your visit. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices or policies of other sites.
However, we strongly urge you to read the privacy statements of other sites that collect personally identifiable information. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding what is done with information provided through this site, please contact us.