The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence (Brady Center) have created this privacy statement to inform site visitors of the #ENOUGH website at www.sayenough.org and the Brady Center’s data collection and storage practices, and guidelines for use of visitor data.
Our servers collect and aggregate user information site-wide, including anonymous site statistics, such as the number of views of each page. We log domain names and/or IP addresses of visitors (such as aol.com, 220.127.116.11, etc.), which permits us to know from where visitors originate, or what access service they use, without knowing their individual identities. This “host level” tracking is one of the ways we assess Web site traffic patterns.
Outside Links and Liability
The #ENOUGH website is designed to provide site visitors the opportunity to learn more about the campaign to prevent gun violence, read victim stories, take action by sharing a story, and make a purchase on linked sites. The #ENOUGH website may include links to other organizations or Web pages on our Web site. We are not responsible for the content, privacy policies, data security measures, or other links contained on Web sites linked from this website.
What information we collect
We use information provided by visitors and contributors for the purpose of communicating about Brady activities as well as following up on the story content shared on the site. This information may include name, e-mail address, and shared content. This website does not collect any financial data from visitors.
How we use information
Contributor data may be used for the following:
- Acknowledging story contributions and thanking sharers
- Informing contributors and subscribers about upcoming fundraising and other activities
- Internal research and analytics to improve communications and site design/content
- Record keeping as required by law
- Reporting to applicable agencies as required as terms of our nonprofit organization status
- Surveys and other analytical purposes
- Support activities related to the site operations
You have certain rights with respect to the information we collect about you. Upon request, we will tell you what information we hold about you and correct any incorrect information. We will also make reasonable efforts to delete your information if you ask us to do so, unless we are otherwise required to keep it.
Contacting the Brady Center
- Postal Mail:
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence
840 First Street, NE, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20002
- Telephone: +1 202-370-8101
- Online: firstname.lastname@example.org