Repeal the HIT to lower health care costs.

Privacy Policy

About this privacy statement
Stop The HIT Coalition has created this Privacy Statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to your privacy. This Privacy Statement describes the information we collect and our procedures regarding use and disclosure of this information.

Note: You may not provide information to us unless you are at least 13 years of age and a resident of the United States. By providing information you consent to the policies and practices described in this privacy statement.

The following definitions are important.

Cookies.
A cookie is a randomly generated unique number placed on your computer. It allows us to identify your computer without requiring your disclosure of any non-public personal information (see definition below). Cookies make it possible to both store and retrieve information through your Internet browser. A cookie itself cannot read information off a hard drive or read cookie files from other sites.

Non-public personal information
is any non-public information you provide to us or our partners that is proprietary or identifies or can be used to identify, contact, or locate you or someone at your business. Non-public personal information may include, without limitation: name, address, phone number, e-mail address, credit card number, account information, voting behavior, spending patterns and individual tastes and preferences.

Partners
are individuals or entities we engage to help us carry out our mission.

What information is collected?
We collect the non-public personal information you provide to our partners or us. We also collect your general information.

How do we use and disclose your non-public personal information?
Unless otherwise required by law, we use and disclose your nonpublic personal information only as necessary to carry out our mission and to advance the interests of small businesses in the United States. This may include, without limitation: selectively sharing your non-public personal information with our partners; alerting you of relevant legislative and political initiatives; and updating you about our objectives, lobbying practices and activities.. We will not sell or otherwise disclose your non-public personal information to any third party unless such third party is performing services for or on our behalf and is bound by an obligation of confidentiality.

How do we protect the confidentiality of your non-public personal information?
We have taken reasonable steps to assign passwords, encrypt sensitive data and protect our databases, servers and other information storage locations from unauthorized access. Our employees are subject to written policies regarding the use and disclosure of your non-public personal information. These precautions are not an absolute guarantee of security from unauthorized access and you submit all non-public personal information at your own risk.

Will this Privacy Statement change?
We periodically review our privacy practices. This Privacy Statement may be revised at any time. Notice of a revision to the Privacy Statement will be prominently displayed on our Web site.

What is our linking policy?
Our Web site may contain links to other destinations on the Internet. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of any other party. We strongly encourage you to read the privacy policies of each and every Web site that collects non-public personal information.