Privacy Policy

Freedom of Expression (FoE) is committed to protecting the privacy of its Website visitors in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. FoE collects and stores aggregated, anonymized or pseudonymized information about your activity on and interaction with the Website, such as your IP address, the type of device or browser you use, and your actions on the Website. If you sign up for the Newsletter, FoE also collects and stores your email address.

FoE uses the information it collects for the following purposes: (1) To track and analyze use of the Website so FoE can provide users with the best experience possible; and (2) To communicate with you via the Newsletter.

FoE will indefinitely retain the aggregated, anonymized or pseudonymized information FoE collects from you to protect the safety and security of the Website, improve the Website, or comply with legal obligations. FoE will also retain your email addresses for as long as you are subscribed to the Newsletter. You will always have the opportunity to unsubscribe from future Newsletter correspondence.

FoE does not sell or rent your data to third parties and does not otherwise share your data with third parties for marketing purposes. FoE may share the information with certain trusted third-party services to help provide, improve, promote, or protect the Website or the Newsletter. When FoE shares information with third-party services that support its delivery of the Newsletter, FoE requires that they use your information only for the purposes FoE has authorized, and that they protect your information at least to the same standards FoE does. FoE may also share information that has been aggregated and anonymized in a way so it does not directly identify you.

The FoE Website may include links to other websites or services whose privacy practices may differ from FoE’s. When you use a link to an external website or service, FoE is not responsible for the actions, policies or data processing practices for that website or service.

Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites. FoE uses cookies to help identify your computer so that FoE can tailor your user experience and gather non-personal information about the use of the FoE Website. You can disable any cookies already stored on your computer, but these may stop the FoE Website from functioning properly. Information that FoE gathers through the use of cookies is not personal and is not shared with any third-parties.

Last updated: April 2023