Privacy Policy

Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC strives to exercise best practices, and may update this policy as Advancing Justice | AAJC deems necessary. We are committed to maintaining this website to be a valuable resource for community members and supporters of Advancing Justice | AAJC.

This website is protected by a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate, which provides secure, encrypted communications between a website and an internet browser. The SSL Certificate protects our website users’ sensitive and private information, such as email addresses, credit card details, or passwords. In addition, the website software is updated twice a month to address any potential bugs or software fixes required.

By automatically collecting Internet Protocol addresses and other identifiers (e.g. data collected using cookies), we will be able to monitor website traffic to better understand how visitors are using our website. Any personal information submitted through the website for purposes of contacting Advancing Justice | AAJC for assistance, to apply for a full-time, law clerk, or intern position at Advancing Justice | AAJC, or to make a donation or offer other support to Advancing Justice | AAJC shall not be used for any other purpose.  Demographic characteristics may be used in aggregate to help Advancing Justice | AAJC secure future funding.

All information collected on visitors and donors will not be disclosed or sold to third parties, except with the consent of the person providing the information or as prescribed by law. Advancing Justice | AAJC does not house any personal identifying information collected on its website. Forms on the website that request specific data and personal information include a “consent to use” option for visitors. Donor information is collected and reported through DonationPay, Inc. — a secure, third-party vendor.

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