Project Inform (“PI”) is committed to protecting the information gathered from its members and visitors to its website (“users”). This is done out of the interest in protecting the personal information that identifies individuals as well as protecting the free and anonymous access to HIV treatment and advocacy information. You are never required to provide any personal information in order to use the PI website.

Collecting personal information
Project Inform does not collect personal information from its members/users without their expressed permission. PI does not sell, trade or share the personal information of its members/users to third parties.

Storing personal information
When contributing online, PI uses a secure server and encryption software to protect financial and personal information during transfer. PI uses other security measures to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information under our control.

PI does not use cookies on its website. (A “cookie” is information stored on a user’ss computer to customize the user’s site visit in some way.)

Tracking site use and email response
PI uses software to track which pages and sections of the PI website that users visit and which links in listserv communication are opened. PI routinely examines this information to improve its web services. No personal information is collected.

Receiving listserv communication
Members/users only receive listserv communication from PI if they are a donor and have not opted out (do not contact) or have expressly signed up to receive the communication. Listserv communication can be in the form of the following: action alerts, treatment updates, advocacy updates, press releases, special event notices, fundraising appeals and volunteer opportunities.

To unsubscribe or change personal information
All PI communication, by email or US mail, provides information on how to unsubscribe quickly and easily. You may subscribe, change information or unsubscribe to any newsletter or communication from PI at any time.