The California Hawaii State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (“NAACP” or “us” or “we”) places great importance on safeguarding individual privacy. This document outlines our online privacy policy (“privacy policy”) for the website cahinaacp.org (“site”).

By utilizing the site, you, the user (“you”), signify that you have reviewed and agree to adhere to this privacy policy. Should you disagree with any aspect of this privacy policy, refrain from using the site in any capacity. Please note that this privacy policy solely pertains to online practices and does not extend to offline activities.

Thank you for visiting our site. We are dedicated to preserving the privacy of our visitors. We do not collect any personal information about you during your visit unless you willingly provide it to us. Furthermore, any personal information collected is used solely to fulfill the purpose for which it was provided, and we do not share visitor-provided information with third parties.

Here is how we manage information pertaining to your visit to our website:

INFORMATION COLLECTED AND STORED AUTOMATICALLY
During your visit to the site, if you simply browse, read pages, or download information without engaging in any other activity, certain information about your visit is automatically collected and stored. This information does not personally identify you but includes:

– The Internet domain (e.g., “xcompany.com” or “yourschool.edu”) from which you access the site;
– Your IP address (a unique number assigned to your computer when surfing the Web);
– The type of browser and operating system used to access the site;
– The date and time of your visit;
– The specific pages visited within the site; and
– If you arrived at our site from another website, the address of that website.

INFORMATION THAT YOU VOLUNTARILY PROVIDE
On specific pages of the NAACP CA/HI website, we may request that you voluntarily provide personal data such as your name, mailing address, email address, credit card information, telephone number, and similar details. This information is collected when you:

– Make a donation to the NAACP.
– Purchase an NAACP membership.
– Sign up to receive NAACP alerts.
– Sign NAACP petitions.

Should you provide us with personally identifiable information, such as by sending an email or completing a form on the site, we will use that information solely to respond to your inquiry and to facilitate the provision of requested information and services. The intended uses of such information are detailed on the corresponding web page featuring the form.

Submission of voluntary information indicates your consent to its utilization for the specified purpose. By clicking the “Submit” button on any web forms present on the site, you affirm your voluntary consent for us to employ the submitted information as indicated.

If you wish to cease receiving emails from the NAACP, you may utilize the unsubscribe link provided at the bottom of NAACP emails.

LINKS TO OTHER SITES
Our site includes links to various other private organizations. Please be aware that upon navigating to another website through these links, you become subject to the privacy policies of the new site. We are unable to regulate or assume responsibility for any collection or usage of your personal information by third parties. It is advisable to review the Privacy Policy of any website you visit.

CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13
Our site is intended for a general audience and is not designed to collect personal information from children under the age of 13. To ensure compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, children under 13 years old should refrain from providing any personal information on the site.

SECURITY AND PERSONAL DATA
We use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that any information you give to us is stored and maintained in secure servers and not publicly accessible. The NAACP protects personal data by only allowing limited, authorized personnel to have access to such personal data. The NAACP maintains an encrypted firewall to protect such personal data. The NAACP’s software provider has level one payment card industry compliance to ensure that online credit transactions are secure. The NAACP has technical safeguards such as “firewalls, virus and intrusion detection, and authentication protocols.” However, despite our best security efforts, no data transmission or storage can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.

COOKIES
We may use cookies from time to time to allow us to automate access and the data entry functions of the site such as to tailor the site to your preferences or interests, customize promotions or marketing, or identify which areas of the site are more popular. A cookie is a small, unique text file that a website can send to your computer hard drive when you visit that site. We do not make any cookie information available to third parties. Most web browsers can either alert you to the use of cookies or refuse to accept cookies entirely. If you do not want us to deploy cookies in your browser, you can set your browser to reject cookies or to notify you when a website tries to put a cookie on your computer. Rejecting cookies may affect your ability to use some of the products and/or services at the site.

PRIVACY POLICY CHANGES
We reserve the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time at its sole discretion and without notice to you. All Privacy Policy changes are effective immediately. Your continued use of the site following any Privacy Policy changes will mean you accept those changes.

CONTACT INFORMATION
If you have difficulty obtaining information from the site, please contact us to get the material in another format. You should provide the URL of the site referencing that information. If you have any comments, or suggestions for improvement, please contact contact@cahinaacp.org.