User Data We CollectWe collect two types of user data: (1) technical data that is automatically collected from all visitors to the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site (“Automatically Collected Data”); and (2) data that you voluntarily submit to us (described below under “Voluntarily Submitted Data”). Automatically Collected Data. We automatically collect and store Internet Protocol (“IP”) addresses and domain names of the originating visitor’s computer on our server and may know some information you have previously provided through cookies. (See the section on “Cookies” below for more information.) We also track the number and frequency of hits per page, as well as length of website visit, using IP addresses and/or session cookies. In addition, if you come to the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site from a website link, we may also identify the source of that link. Voluntarily Submitted Data. We may collect and store Voluntarily Submitted Data, including personal data, that you voluntarily provide, such as your name and postal address, phone number, e–mail address, and similar information, and transactional information, such as giving and action–taking history, when you participate in certain activities on the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site, including (but not limited to) when you:
- sign up for our Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform e–mail networks;
- send correspondence, place a call, or inform us about a call to your government representative, or send correspondence to a friend (e.g., when you tell–a–friend or send an e–card) or to other targeted representatives through the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site;
- register online for an event;
- participate in one of our online petitions or surveys;
- submit feedback to Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform; or
- participate in any activity that requires your Voluntarily Submitted Data.
How We Use The Data We CollectIn addition to the uses described above, we use Automatically Collected Data to identify the source outside the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site of user traffic (for example, umich.edu, or aol.com) so that we can evaluate what content is persuading web users to become involved in the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform’s work. We use Automatically Collected Data, including IP addresses and/or session or short–term cookies, that indicates which sections of the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site are most visited so that we can perform website traffic analysis, evaluate the popularity of our different web pages and continue to improve the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site. Automatically Collected Data also may be associated with the Voluntarily Submitted Data you provide to us to detect security intrusions or certain unlawful activity. We use your Voluntarily Submitted Data for various purposes:
- To fulfill the request for which you specifically provided the data, including sharing the data with its intended recipient (e.g., delivering a petition you sign or a letter you wish to send to the recipient of the petition or letter);
- To periodically communicate with you concerning Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform matters, such as delivering to you information and updates on our activities and action alerts, unless you opt out of receiving such information and updates;
- To indicate you as the author of any comment you post, including on any Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site blog or forum, when you opt to identify yourself as the author or when posting such comment requires such identification, and to display any personally identifying or other information you voluntarily include in such comments;
- To personalize the content that you see based on the activities that you have selected on the Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Site;
- To allow you to set and change user preferences; and
- To follow up with you with an email specific to an activity you have participated in or intend to participate in.