The INPIRG web site is intended to serve as a tool to inform users about critical public interest issues. In the course of providing this online service, you may be asked for your name, address, e-mail address and other information. Our policy regarding the privacy of your personal information is as follows:
As part of some interactions on this site you may be asked for your name, address, e-mail address and other contact information. The information we collect is intended to help us improve the content of our site, to provide you with accurate information about your elected officials and the interactions you take part in, and to provide decision-makers with necessary information about who is speaking out on a particular issue. We may also provide this information to groups in our public interest network.
If you join the INPIRG e-mail alert list, you will receive our regular e-mail communications. You can, at any time, ask to no longer receive these communications by following the directions included in the communication.
Our web server may place cookies on your machine containing information you have given us (for example, your state or zip code). These cookies are designed to allow us to provide you a more focused user-experience (for example, allow us to display information based on your state or zip code). These cookies are nonessential to the working of the site, and you may block them from being placed on your machine without any loss of site functionality.
Our web server also collects anonymous information that we use to help diagnose problems with our server and to track web traffic on our site.
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