This message is about how we protect your information when you use our website, oautah.org. We promise to keep your information private. If you don’t agree with our promise, don’t use our website. We might change our promise at any time, but we will let you know when we do by updating the date of this message. You should check this message sometimes to see if we changed it. If you keep using our website after we change this message, it means you agree to the new promise.
This is our policy on collecting your information. We may collect your information from different sources. Here is what we collect:
We need accurate information about you to give you a good experience on our site. We might use the information we gather to help the police if there’s a legal issue or subpoena. We collect statistics and data to help us improve the website. We will send you a newsletter if you request.
We protect your personal information using security measures including administrative, technical, and physical methods. However, no security is foolproof, and there is always a risk of unauthorized access or misuse of information, as online information is vulnerable to interception. We are doing the best we can, but we can’t guarantee complete security.
Regarding a feature called “Do-Not-Track” that is available on some web browsers and mobile devices. It lets you choose not to be monitored and have your online activity data collected. However, there is no standard way for this feature to work, so we don’t currently respond to it. That means we may still collect your online activity data even if you activate the Do-Not-Track feature. If a standard is created in the future that we must follow, we’ll update this privacy statement to let you know.
We use Google Analytics to track how people use our website. This helps us understand what content is popular and improve the website. We only collect non-identifiable information and do not share any personal information with Google Analytics. If you don’t want us to track you, you can visit Google Analytics or use one of the opt-out tools provided by the Network Advertising Initiative and Digital Advertising Alliance. Keep in mind that if you get a new computer or change your browser settings, you may need to opt-out again.
If the Utah Soaring Intergroup quits operation or closes, it will get rid of all its contact information.
We do not knowingly solicit information from children under the age of 13. If you become aware of any data we have collected from children under the age of 13, please contact us using the contact information provided below.
The California Privacy Rights law lets residents of California ask us for free about what personal information (if any) we shared with third parties for advertising and who these third parties are. You can make this request once a year by contacting us in writing using the info provided below. If you are under 18 and live in California and have an account with us, you can ask us to remove any personal information you posted publicly on the website. To do this, contact us using the info provided below and tell us your email and that you live in California. We will make sure the information is not shown on the website, but it might still be stored in our systems.
We will send you a monthly newsletter with short recovery articles, OA information, and upcoming events.
Your information will not be used for any purpose other than our MailChimp mailing list.