The Franklin Project is committed to protecting the privacy of its online visitors. We believe that maintaining privacy is very important, as well as informing our visitors about the types of information we collect and how we use it. Toward that end, all information submitted to The Franklin Project, including names, emails, addresses, and phone numbers, is private and protected by industry standard security measures. The Franklin Project does not sell your personally identifiable information provided by you to anyone.
The Franklin Project may send email correspondence, but only to those users who have expressly agreed to receive such information.
The Franklin Project uses industry-standard security systems, software and encryption technologies for security purposes, and processes its online donations through a secure connection.
You may choose to correct, update, or delete the information you have submitted to us by sending an email requesting changes to TheFranklinProject@protonmail.com at any time.
The policies contained in this statement do not extend to any other information collected in any other way (whether online or offline), or to any sites linked by The Franklin Project. Please check with these companies, organizations and sites for their policies regarding data privacy and security. While The Franklin Project, as outlined in this statement, has incorporated security measures to protect the privacy and security of information submitted to it, such privacy and security cannot be guaranteed by The Franklin Project. In no event shall The Franklin Project be liable for damages of any kind suffered as the result of a breach of privacy or security with respect to information submitted to it.
“Love your Enemies, for they tell you your Faults.” Ben Franklin