|Security & Privacy Statements:
The importance of security for all personally identifiable information associated with our guests is of utmost concern to us. We exercise great care in providing secure transmission of your information from your Mac or PC to our servers, utilizing encryption software.
Only those members of Impeach for Peace who need access to your information in order to do their jobs are allowed access. Any officer who violates our privacy and/or security policies is subject to disciplinary action, including possible civil and/or criminal prosecution.
For our secured pages, our hosted secure server is located on a physically separate machine, rather than on the same machine as the website server. This ensures that you will receive a truly secure server, instead of merely having secure software added to the website as others do. This also allows for fast processing of secure information. We use SSL(Secure Socket Layer) on a Netscape Commerce Server to ensure the security of your information.
Secure Server Questions
What is a secure server?
What is SSL?
* What is a secure server?
A secure server safeguards your Internet communications by requesting authentication for server access, encrypting private information and protecting the integrity of your data. We use Netscape Commerce Server as our secure server software and a very reliable Silicon Graphics computer as the hardware.
* What is SSL?
SSL(Secure Socket Layer), also known as "Netscape" encryption,
was developed by Netscape Communications to allow for secure, private
Internet communications. For more information on the Netscape Commerce
Server and SSL, refer to the:
Internet Security page
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Privacy Statement & Questions:
What information does Impeach for Peace ask for and how is it used?
Do I get to choose what information I disclose?
Who has access to my personally identifiable information?
What if I need to change the personal information I previously disclosed?
Who can I contact if I have any questions regarding my privacy?
What is an IP Address?
Am I protected when on linked sites?
* What information does Impeach for Peace ask for and how is it used?
In a few Impeach for Peace's webpages you will be asked to provide certain information, such as your name, contact information, credit card information (for donations), and e-mail addres. Impeach for Peace may use this information to tailor their service to you, provide personalized services, and communicate separately with you. If a guest wishes to expunge any information from Impeach for Peace.com's database for any reason, he/she holds that right and can request that service by e-mailing a request or unsubscribing using the appropriate link in the email received.
* Do I get to choose what information I disclose?
Yes, you can always choose whether or not to disclose information through Impeach for Peace's website.
* Who has access to my personally identifiable information?
We use information that we collect to make your visit to Impeach for Peace more productive. We require certain specific information when you with to receive action alerts, or wish to make a donation, and we store that information in secure databases.
* What if I need to change the personal information I previously disclosed?
We encourage Impeach for Peace website users to update and edit any information provided that changes.
* Who can I contact if I have any questions regarding my privacy?
You have the ability to contact Impeach for Peace directly with any comments or questions through the mailbox provided below.
* What is an IP Address?
Impeach for Peace holds the right to collect IP addresses for the purposes of system administration and target web advertising. An IP address is a number that's automatically assigned to your computer whenever you're surfing the Web. Web servers -- the big computers that "serve" up Web pages -- automatically identify your computer by its IP address. When guests request pages from Impeach for Peace sites, our servers log the guests' IP addresses. We do not link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable. This means that a user's session will be logged, but the user remains anonymous to us.
* Am I protected when on linked sites?
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