We are committed to ensuring the privacy of your personal information, such as your full name, address, e-mail address, telephone number or other identifying information. Our site may contain links to other sites that are not managed or maintained by the Romero Institute, Inc. (the Lakota People’s Law Project parent organization). The inclusion of a link to another site from the Lakota People’s Law Project does not imply any endorsement of that site's privacy policies, practices or content. Your dealings with these sites are covered only by the privacy policies listed on those sites.
Why does the Lakota People’s Law Project ask for my information?
In order to participate in some activities, you might be asked to provide some personal information.
What information does the Lakota People’s Law Project collect?
We do not collect personal information from our visitors other than what is supplied to us on a voluntary basis.
How will the Lakota People’s Law Project use the information I provide?
We will always explain the extent of its use at the time you are asked to provide personal information. If you do not want this information to be collected or used by us for these purposes, you can simply "opt out." Under certain circumstances, opting out may prevent your participation in activities for which personal information is needed, such as the subscription to the Lakota People’s Law Project newsletter.
Does the Lakota People’s Law Project rent, share, sell or trade my information?
The Lakota People’s Law Project does not rent, share, sell or trade supporter e-mail addresses and telephone numbers. In addition, we do not rent, share, sell or trade information about what activities or donations supporters have undertaken on our Web site.
Can I change the information I have given to the Lakota People’s Law Project?
How do I know my credit card information is secure?
The Lakota People’s Law Project uses secure server software (SSL). It encrypts all of your personal information, including credit card number, name and address, so that it cannot be read as the information travels over the Internet