Family Rights Group
What we collect
In order to post on our discussion board you will need to register as a user. When you register we ask you to provide your email address as well as some demographic information.
What we do with the information we gather
• The demographic information (gender, ethnicity etc.) helps us to understand who is using our service. This helps us to provide you with a better service, and also informs our promotional activities.
• With your permission (if you have ticked the box), we will occasionally use your email information to contact you for evaluation and/or research purposes. This may be to find out if you find our service(s) useful, or for example, to ask your opinion on a particular policy proposal. We will never sell our users e-mail addresses.
• With your permission (if you have ticked the box), we will use your email information to send you our newsletter. Our newsletters are sent 4-5 times a year and contain information about campaigns we are running, events we are organising as well as relevant changes to law and practice. You can see examples of our newsletters here.
• if you have previously agreed to us contacting you by email you may change your mind at any time by emailing: email@example.com.
• Any personal information you provide to FRG will only be used within FRG. The only exceptions to this are set out in our “confidentiality (child protection policy)” .
• We may use the information you post on the discussion boards to assist us in research and development, and to give in report format to our funders. In these cases, all information will be completely anonymous.
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.
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