Privacy Policy

Change to Win is committed to protecting your privacy. We maintain the privacy of your information using security technologies and adhere to policies that prevent unauthorized use of individually identifiable information.

What individually identifiable information does Change to Win collect and how is it used?

We collect individually identifiable information when visitors register to join an email alert list, subscribe to a newsletter, or take action on an issue. This information includes name, address, membership status and union affiliation. We may also monitor and track information such as visitor usage patterns, participation in advocacy campaigns, and email engagement such as open rates and click-throughs. We compile this information into statistical aggregates which we use for internal purposes including improving our web service, member communications and our client service. The only individually identifiable information we collect is information that visitors voluntarily submit. This information is used by Change to Win to communicate with you in the future (if you have given your permission), to send messages from you to decision makers which you have authorized, and to understand your interests and activities. We keep onfidential any personal information entered during registration.

Email removals, member profile review, and updates.

If, for any reason, you would like to be removed from any or all of our email lists, you can unsubscribe by simply visiting your subscription management page (details below) and clicking the unsubscribe button, or you can opt-out of future emails by simply stating this desire in a reply to any email we send you. If you have joined our email list, we maintain a private, password-protected member profile page you may visit any time. You can review the information you have entered, update that information, and remove yourself from any specific email subscription list. A direct link to your subscription management page can also be found in the footer of any email we send you. You may also access your subscription management page by visiting this link and logging in.

Protecting your privacy

As part of our commitment to ensuring the privacy of our visitors, we do not sell or exchange names or any other personally identifiable information with advertisers, mass marketers or other commercial third parties.

We provide personally identifiable information to third parties on a completely confidential basis to enable a third party to perform certain tasks, such as maintaining a membership database or sending email alerts and/or newsletters on our behalf. These third party providers are committed to protecting the privacy of our members and subscribers, and will use the personally identifiable information we provide only for the purpose of providing the authorized services. We may share aggregate information about web site usage and traffic patterns, stripped of any personally identifiable information, to third parties to comply with various reporting obligations and for business or marketing purposes.

Use of cookies

Cookies are pieces of information that are stored on your computer and that can be used to help identify you when you visit our web site. We use cookies to make visiting and using our web site easier - first, so that you don't have to continually re-enter information and second, so that we can tailor your visit to your expressed preferences.

Links to other sites

This web site provides links to other web sites. We choose our links carefully but cannot take any responsibility for the content of those linked web sites or for their privacy policies. Since we do not control these web sites, we encourage you to review their privacy policies before you use them.

This privacy policy is in effect as of January 2006.

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