Last updated on: 5/29/2020 | Author: ProCon.org

Privacy Policy and Disclaimer

Your privacy is important to us. We understand that you are aware of and care about your own personal privacy interests, and we take that seriously. Our Privacy Notice & Cookie Policy detail the information we collect, how we use and share it, and the choices you have about how your information is used and shared. We have summarized the key elements that apply to your use of ProCon.org here for your convenience.

What information does ProCon.org collect?

We collect information you provide to us, about your use of our websites and services, and about your interactions with us. We also collect information about how our network and your devices are working, including the location of your wireless devices. We may also obtain information about you from other companies, such as demographic and interest information. We also collect data about traffic on our sites, including, but not limited, to the number and type of pages viewed. Learn more

How does ProCon.org use information?

We use information to provide you with the websites and services, including newsletters and user comments, and enhance your experiences with us. This includes delivering, maintaining and improving our websites and services; developing new products and services; personalizing your experiences; and delivering marketing offers to you. When readers offer feedback on our websites, we will sometimes post their comments online. To preserve confidentiality, only the writer’s first name is usually noted, unless they specifically ask us not to include their first name, or authorize us to use their full name. Learn more

Does ProCon.org share my information?

We do not sell or share information that individually identifies you outside of ProCon.org and its affiliated companies unless work is being performed on our behalf by our approved, third-party service providers, you have given consent, or we have notified you through our Privacy Notice & Cookie Policy or other agreements that we have with you. We may also share certain non-personally identifiable information with third parties. Learn more

Does ProCon.org have programs that allow other companies to use information about me?

We have optional programs that allow ProCon.org and third parties to show you advertisements that are more personalized and useful to you or to help third parties verify your identity. Another program develops insights by analyzing de-identified user information and reporting on aggregate behaviors. ProCon.org sometimes includes links to other websites. Their privacy policies may differ from ours, and we, therefore, can take no responsibility for them or their actions. Learn more

What choices do I have about your use of my information?

You have choices about how ProCon.org reaches you with marketing and whether certain types of information may be shared within ProCon.org for marketing purposes. You also have choices about other uses of your information, such as for our advertising programs, for verification purposes, and for certain uses of device information. Learn more

How does ProCon.org protect my information, and how do I update my account details?

We try to take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure or destruction of data. These include internal reviews of our data collection, storage and processing practices and security measures, as well as physical security measures to guard against unauthorized access to systems where we store personal data. We also provide methods for you to access, review and update your account information. Learn more

How do I learn about changes to this Privacy Notice & Cookie Policy?

We periodically update our Privacy Notice & Cookie Policy. If we change the way we use or disclose information that identifies you in a way that is materially different from what was stated in our Privacy Notice & Cookie Policy at the time the information was collected, you will be given an opportunity to update your choices about the new use or disclosure. Learn more