Articles of Incorporation
What Information May Be Collected?
During your use of a Service (whether as a registered or unregistered user), you may provide us with personal information, such as your name and e-mail address, or other information that could be used to identify you as an individual or allow someone to contact you, as well as any information associated with such information (collectively, “Personal Information”).
Personal Information includes both things that specifically identify you (like your real name) and things that don’t specifically identify you, but might be connected back to you (like the IP address of your computer or the device identifier of your smartphone).
When using our Services from a mobile device (a “Mobile Service”), you may share the geographic location of your device with us. Your device may continue to transmit its location to us until you change your device settings.
You should also know that turning off location sharing only prevents your device from sharing its precise location. Your network service provider may still provide general location information (based on access points you’ve connected to, for example).
The information provided varies by network service provider. You should check with your network service provider to find out what information is provided and if there are ways for you to limit it.
Service Usage Information
As is typical of many web sites and mobile applications, when you use our Services, we may collect information about your device and your usage of our Services including:
- Your IP address (which we may associate with your domain name or that of your Internet access provider or wireless carrier, and your location);
- Unique ID number associated with your device;
- Web browser and operating system information;
- Language of your device;
- Wireless connections you are using;
- Referring page that linked you to us;
- Your activities, including browsing and transaction history;
- Pages, content, and ads you view or click on during your use of our Services, and when and for how long you do so;
- The next web site you visit after leaving our web site; and
- Search terms you enter on our Services or a referral site.
How do We Secure Your Personal Information?
We use reasonable technical, administrative and physical security measures to protect Personal Information collected via our Services. We cannot guarantee that any information, during transmission through the Internet or while stored on our systems or otherwise in our care, will be absolutely safe from unauthorized access or use (e.g., by hackers). You use the Services, and send us information, at your own risk.
If you correspond with us by e-mail, text message, or using a “Contact us” feature on our Service, a third party could view the information you send in transit by such means. We have no liability relating to disclosure of your information due to errors, omissions or unauthorized acts or failures to act by third parties during or after transmission.
If you create an account on our Services, you are responsible for maintaining the strict confidentiality of your account password, and you shall be responsible for any activity, including disclosure of your Personal Information, that occurs using your account credentials, whether or not you authorized such activity. Please notify us of any unauthorized use of your password or account or any other breach of security.
We have procedures in place to deal with any suspected data security breach. If we believe that the security of your Personal Information in our care may have been compromised, we will endeavor to notify you of that development promptly taking into consideration the circumstances. If we have your e-mail address, we may notify you by e-mail. Where legally required to do so, we also will notify any applicable regulator.
Updating Personal Information
You may review, update or correct certain of the Personal Information that is stored in your user account in our Services (if you have one) by using the “Contact Us” information below. We may ask you to verify your identity and to provide other details before we are able to provide you with any information, correct any inaccuracies, or delete any information. Your right to delete information is subject to our records retention policies.
You can opt out of subscription to our e-mails by clicking the opt-out/unsubscribe link within the e-mail you receive. Please understand that it may take us a few days to process any opt out request and that even if you opt out of receiving subscription correspondence from us, we may still contact you in connection with your relationship, activities, transactions, and communications with us.
The Services are not aimed at children. If, however, we collect and use information about children, we will comply with industry guidelines and applicable laws.
How Is Your Information Used?
We or our service providers may use the information we collect from or about you to perform the following functions:
- administer our Services and your account with us;
- enable you to use our Services and their features;
- customize our Services to your interests and history with us;
- localize the content and articles that are displayed to you based on your geographical location;
- improve or develop new features and offerings in our Services;
- send you information about disasters, situation reports, or events that we think might be of interest to you;
- assess your level of interest in and use of our Services, e-mails, and other messaging campaigns, both on an individual basis and in aggregate;
- generate analytics reports on the usage of our Services, and;
- respond to your requests, questions, and concerns protecting our rights and property.
We may also use Personal Information to meet our internal and external audit requirements and for information security purposes. Where permissible under applicable law, your Personal Information may be used for other purposes, which will be disclosed to you at the time when your information is collected.
There may be instances, however, when we will use your Personal Information for purposes that were not disclosed at the time of the data collection; for example, when doing so is necessary to comply with a legal obligation or requirement. We may use Personal Information to (a) respond to requests from courts, law enforcement agencies, regulatory agencies, and other public and government authorities, which may include such authorities outside your country of residence; (b) enforce our terms and conditions; and (c) protect our rights, privacy, safety, or property, or those of other persons.
Some of the uses specified above are necessary for the performance of a contract between us, or for the provision of a service requested by you. In other cases, the uses are based on our legitimate interests such as marketing our services to people who have expressed an interest in them or similar services.
What Are Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies?
We, and/or our service providers or partners on our behalf, may use tracking technologies which may run on your device when you use the Services. The circumstances in which we may deploy tracking technologies include:
- HTML5 may be used to store information on your computer or device about your Service usage activities. This information can be retrieved by us to determine how our Services are being used by our visitors, how our Services may be improved, and to customize our Services for our users.
- These tracking technologies may be deployed by us and/or our service providers or partners on our behalf. These technologies enable us to assign a unique number to your computer or device, and relate information about your use of the Services to other information about you, including your Personal Information. These technologies also enable us to recognize you when you access our Services using different web browsers or devices.
You can manage website cookies in your browser settings. You always have the choice to have your device warn you each time a cookie is being sent or change these settings by accepting, rejecting, or deleting cookies. If you choose to change your settings, you may find that certain functions and features will not work as intended on the Services.
All browser settings are slightly different, so to manage cookies, you should refer to the relevant settings within your browser.
Please click below for detailed information on how to disable and delete cookies in some commonly used browsers:
- Google Chrome™: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=en
- Microsoft® Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11
- Mozilla Firefox®: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/delete-cookies-remove-info-websites-stored
- Safari®: https://support.HRIple.com/kb/PH21411?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
How do We Share the Information We Collect?
We may share your information:
- with our lawyers, auditors, and other professional advisors, third party advertising companies (including exchanges and brokers) and third party providers of services such as cloud storage, customer relationship management systems, travel and expense management, analytics databases, who need your information to provide services to us (or on our behalf);
- when we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights or property, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government agency, law enforcement, judicial or public authority, or other legal request, or to comply with the law;
- in connection with a proposed corporate change or dissolution, including for example a merger, acquisition, reorganization, consolidation, bankruptcy, liquidation, sale of assets or wind down of business.
We may share non-personally identifiable information about usage of the Services (including aggregate data) with others, for their own use in a de-identified form.
In addition, what you voluntarily post to public areas of our Service may be available to other Service users.
Transfers outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”)
- with our offices outside the EEA;
- with service providers located outside the EEA;
- if you are based outside the EEA;
- where we consider that the transfer is necessary for exercising, establishing or defending legal rights including, as appropriate, providing information to respond to a government, law enforcement, judicial or other legal request, or otherwise to comply with applicable law.
Non-EEA countries might not have the same legal framework for data protection as the EEA countries. In particular, the United States, is not considered to provide a level of personal data protection equivalent to that of the EEA. You may read more about the European Commission Justice at https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection_en.
If you would like further information, please see “Contact us” section below.
What About All of Those Third Party Apps and Services?
We may also include tools in our Services that allow you to share or publicly post content from our Services to your profile on a third party social network. You may choose to share information about your activities on the Service with such third party platforms and its users, including publishing your information about what content you may have viewed on our Services. If you visit a Service while logged into certain third party platforms, the third party platform may be able to identify your browser and associate the technical information provided by your web browser with other information that they have already collected about you, which may result in their ability to identify you.
In addition, when you choose to share information about your activities on the Service with certain third party platforms, HRI may send technical information about you to that platform as well as information about what content you are viewing.
Web Analytics and Do Not Track Disclosures
Some web browsers may transmit “do-not-track” (“DNT”) signals to mobile applications with which the user communicates.
Our third party partners, such as web analytics companies and third party ad networks, may collect information about you and your online activities over time and across our Services and other online properties. These third parties may not change their tracking practices in response to DNT settings in your web browser and we do not obligate these parties to honor DNT settings. We utilize Google Analytics for our web analytics and you can opt out of your usage data being included in our Google Analytics reports by visiting https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
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Changes To This Policy
Code of Conduct
Humanity Road, Inc. is committed to encouraging a working environment that promotes humanitarian action and a work ethic free from harassment and discrimination. Activities that discriminate based upon an individual’s sex, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion or any other legally protected characteristics are prohibited.
All volunteers and staff are required to abide by this policy.
United Nations Humanitarian Principles Humanitarian Principles represent the foundation of humanitarian action. Key humanitarian principles include: Humanity:Human suffering must be addressed wherever it is found. The purpose of humanitarian action is to protect life and health and ensure respect for human beings.
Safety: I will place the highest priority on the safety of the general public and my fellow Humanity Road, Inc. staff.
Lawfulness: I will comply with all federal, state, local, and international laws and regulations, Humanity Road corporate policies as well as United Nations Humanitarian principles.
Responsibility: I will act responsibly and quickly in identifying, confirming, and communicating disaster recovery information in a helpful manner so as to educate the general public and those directly affected by a catastrophic disaster.
Good fellowship: I will not engage in any activity or communications that creates a conflict or appears to create a conflict with the interests of Humanity Road and with any organization in which I have a personal, business, or financial interest.
Professionalism: I will act in a professional manner when representing Humanity Road, Inc.
Loyalty: I will notify leadership for Humanity Road, Inc. immediately should I become aware of any conflict of interest.
Integrity: Responding to disasters sometimes requires working with sensitive information. I will maintain the confidentiality of all internal communications and information intended solely for Humanity Road staff.
Neutrality: Humanitarian actors must not take sides in hostilities or engage in controversies of a political, racial, religious or ideological nature. Impartiality:Humanitarian action must be carried out on the basis of need alone, giving priority to the most urgent cases of distress and making no distinctions on the basis of nationality, race, gender, religious belief, class or political opinion.
Humanity Road, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public with critical recovery information before, during and after a catastrophic disaster. Humanity Road, Inc. and its global volunteers endeavor to provide information that is useful, timely and as accurate as possible, however, they should not be viewed as an authoritative source. Please do not rely solely on the content of this web site for emergency response decision making without verification through alternate sources.