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ACMR Privacy Policy

We are committed to protecting your privacy.

To make your experience at the Arizona Coalition for Migrant Rights website more convenient, we gather information from you. We maintain the privacy of your information using security technologies and adhere to policies that prevent unauthorized use of your personal information.

What personal information do we collect, and how is it used?

We collect information on response to Take Action campaigns to track the interest and participation in specific issue campaigns.

We also collect information volunteered by visitors, such as survey information and/or listserv, resource guide and membership registrations. Any personal information we collect is used for internal review and is either discarded or used by us to contact participants for purposes such as those described below.

We keep confidential all personal information entered during e-mail registration. When we do collect personally identifiable information, it is always voluntarily submitted by you (e.g., when you fill out the registration page for Action Alerts, sign up for the ListServ, or send us feedback). The information collected is used to send our users email newsletters and policy alerts and other information we think will be of interest. If, for any reason, you would like to be removed from our email list, you can unsubscribe by simply following the unsubscribe directions that are listed in each e-mail, or you can opt-out of future mailings by simply stating this desire in a reply to any e-mail we send you.

We may also monitor and track information such as member usage patterns of our website. We compile this information into a statistical aggregate through the use of technical means which are described below. We use this technical information, together with your personal information, for internal business and administrative purposes including improving our website, our operations and our member service.

Protecting your privacy

As part of our commitment to ensuring the privacy of our users, we do not sell or exchange names or any other personally identifiable information about our online network members with, for example, mass marketers. We keep confidential any personal information entered during e-mail registration, though we may share aggregate information about website usage and traffic patterns, stripped of any personally identifiable information, to third parties to comply with various reporting obligations and for business or outreach purposes.

E-mail program: We share limited personally identifiable information with our mass e-mail provider on a confidential basis to conduct our e-mail program for sending e-mail alerts and/or newsletters, on our behalf. Your information is for the use by us only and cannot be used for any other purpose by our e-mail program provider.

ListServ: We collect your e-mail address and full name for participation on the ACMR ListServ. We do not share this information with any third party and the ListServ is hosted by ACMR. Your information is for the use by us only and you can unsubscribe at any time by following the instructions in each ListServ e-mail.

Secure data: We protect our member database with various technical and procedural measures and we restrict access to your information by unauthorized persons. Our information systems are maintained behind a software firewall to isolate them from access by other networks connected to the Internet. We also advise all of our employees about their responsibility to protect visitor data and we provide them with appropriate guidelines for adhering to our organization's ethics standards and confidentiality policies.

Use of cookies and other computer information

Cookies: When you visit our website, small text files known as "cookies" will be stored on your computer's hard drive. A cookie allows us to enhance and customize your experience and improve the design of our site. These cookies store random ID numbers and information about your first and last visits, number of visits. You may set your Web browser to notify you when you receive a cookie and you may also erase cookies from your browser after visiting. If you delete our cookies, you limit our ability to personalize for your next visit; however, deleting a cookie will not prevent you from visiting our site in the future.

IP addresses, Computer information, and referring sites: We also may collect certain technical information from your computer. This technical information may include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, your computer's operating system, browser type and the address of a referring website, if any. Except in the case of IP addresses, this technical information cannot be used to identify you. Further, we do not normally use IP addresses to identify anyone. We may do so, however, to identify unauthorized activities.

Log file analysis: We use the services of NetIQ/WebTrends to track the paths our customers take through our site. In doing so, we are better able to see where our visitors go within our site and ensure our site is easy to navigate. If you have any questions concerning NetIQ/WebTrends, then you should refer to the NetIQ/WebTrends Reporting Service Privacy Policy to learn how they collect and use information.

Links to Other Sites

This website provides links to several other third party websites. While we make efforts to choose our links carefully, we cannot take any responsibility for the content of linked websites, or for the privacy policies of websites we link to. Since we do not control these websites, we encourage you to review the privacy policies posted on these third party websites prior to any use.

About Us:

The Arizona Coalition for Migrant Rights is an effort by local organizations and advocates to come together in an inclusive and diverse network from across the state to work pro-actively to change the social/political climate of immigration in Arizona and to stop the anti-immigrant tide. Adopting the term migrant from the United Nations to reflect global patterns of migration, we have come together to pool our collective skills and experience to develop shared analysis and plans of action; to advocate for justice and raise awareness of migrants and refugees; to increase communication and information sharing across the state; and to organize and educate to promote justice and positive change.

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