Your privacy is important to us.
This privacy notice shows the privacy practices for USAHello. This privacy notice applies only to information collected by this website. This notice will tell you:
- what personal information is collected from you on this website
- how your personal information is used and shared
- the choices you have about how we use your information
- how we keep your information safe
- how you can tell us to delete, correct or change your information
Information collection, use, and sharing
We only have information about you that you choose to give us in email or other direct contact. USAHello owns the information collected on this site. We do not give, sell or rent this information to any other person, organization, or website.
Non-personally identifiable information and cookies
When you use our website, it sometimes collects non-personally identifiable information. “Non-personally identifiable information” means information that does not tell us your name or who you are. It is information such as your IP address and which web pages you visit.
We may also send cookies to your computer. “Cookies” are small text files sent to your computer and stored on its hard drive. Cookies help us recognize repeat visitors and which languages you prefer to read. Cookies track how you move around our website.
Contacting you and responding to your requests
When you contact us, we will use your information to answer you. We will not share your information with any third party (other person or organization) outside of our organization unless we need to do so to fulfill your request. For example, you may ask us to enroll you in a program outside our website.
Your access to and control over information
You can email us at [email protected]usahello.org to:
- see what information we have about you, if any
- change, correct, or delete information we have about you
- tell us about any concerns or questions you have about how we use your information
We are very careful with your information. When you send us personal information, it is protected both online and offline. You can check to see if a web page is safe: look for a padlock in the address bar.
If we collect sensitive information from you, that information is encrypted (put in code and sent to us in a safe way). Sensitive information includes credit card information that people give us to make donations to USAHello.
We also protect your information offline. Only staff who need information to perform a specific job (for example, teaching courses or sending you an email about your course) can see your personal information.