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Privacy Policy

Worker Justice Wisconsin places a high priority on protecting your privacy. This privacy policy was created in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to the privacy of our members, supporters and website users. 

Information You Provide To Us
Worker Justice Wisconsin collects information about our members, supporters and website users when they provide that information to us. Examples of such information collection include, for example, when you sign up to join our email list, when you sign up for an event, or when you take some sort of action through the website. The kinds of information we may collect include your first and last name, your email address, your mailing address or zip code, your phone number, and any other information you choose to provide to us in connection with your use of the Website or one of our sign-up sheets.

Information that Is Passively or Automatically Collected on our Website
When you visit the Website, we may automatically receive and record information from your computer or mobile device. This information allows us to understand how people are navigating and using our Website, and how we can improve your experience based on the information we collect. The types of information we may collect include, by way of example only, your IP address, browser type, browser language, operating system, state or country from which you accessed the Website, software and hardware attributes (including device IDs),referring and exit pages and URLs, platform type, the number of clicks, files you download, pages viewed, the amount of time spent on particular pages, the date and time you used the Website, error logs and other similar information. From your IP address, we may be able to infer your general location (e.g., city and state or postal code).

We may use third-party analytics providers and technologies, such as web server logs, cookies and tracking pixels, to help us collect the data described above. We use the term “cookie” in the broad sense to include all similar techniques and technologies. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer or device when you visit a website that stores certain information about your website usage. For example, cookies enable us to recognize your computer; store your preferences and settings; enhance your user experience by delivering content specific to your interests; perform searches and analytics; and assist with security administrative functions. We use cookies that are created by us, and we may allow some third parties to serve cookies as well. You can change your settings to notify you when a cookie is being set or updated, or to block cookies altogether. If you disable cookies, some functionality of the Website may be impaired. 

Text (SMS) Messages
By providing your cell phone number, you opt in to receiving periodic short message service (SMS) messages (“text messages”) from us concerning subjects such as workers rights, worker-led campaigns, membership meetings, and calls to action. Some of these text messages may be autodialed. We anticipate text message frequency will average no more than twice per month, but that frequency may change.

You can end the receipt of text messages at any time. Just text “STOP” to the short code. After you send the text message “STOP” to us, we will send you a text message to confirm that you have been unsubscribed. After this, you will no longer receive text messages from us. If you are experiencing issues with the text messaging program you can email us at info@workerjustice.org.

Your Privacy
Worker Justice Wisconsin does not provide, sell, or rent any of your information, including your email addresses and phone numbers, to anyone outside the organization.

We may amend this privacy policy from time to time; please review it periodically. We maintain the option to modify this privacy at any time by electronic notice posted on our Website. Your continued use of our Website after the date that such notices are posted will be deemed to be your agreement to the changed terms.