We care tremendously about protecting the privacy of visitors to our website and users of our app. We have tried to minimize what data changes hands and what data we store with the goal of aggregating records about protests while not collecting personally identifiable information about participants.
Via the app. Submissions made via our app include the provided demonstration name, your current location details, a timestamp and a unique hash that helps de-duplicate submissions. We only store the demonstration name and location details. We do not store any personally identifiable details, and submissions stored on our server can never be linked back to a specific device.
The app does not collect analytics information or other usage details.
Third-party links from our site. Event information on our site usually links directly to third-party websites (typically for local newspapers and tv stations). These websites have their own independent privacy policies, and we have no responsibility or liability for their content or activities.
We use information collected via our service to add more protests, demonstrations and rallies to our website. All information collected and used is meant to reflect the zeitgeist of resistance, and not to link any individuals to the events documented.
We use information from our web logs to determine which pages are popular and to estimate the number of visitors to our site. (Perhaps one day we will shut this down if we learn that no one is visiting...hopefully, that day comes soon because we are no longer needed.)
We have implemented measures to protect the information transmitted to and from our site and to protect the identity of users making submissions via the app. All communication takes place via HTTPS and is limited to a specific set of certificates. We hash any personally identifiable information prior to transmission, and we do not store any personally identifiable information.