The digital security of users is a paramount concern and has been a priority at every step of the planning process. While no platform is completely secure, Movements.org has gone to great lengths to protect your personal privacy. Movements uses open source and audited code with its own code which is available to anyone upon request. The platform uses multiple authentication methods to ensure that the identity of its users are protected. As technology continues to evolve, we advise all users to exercise caution on any platform to protect against sophisticated hackers.
When a new user joins Movements, they may choose to remain anonymous on the platform. Once registered their digital presence (social media accounts, websites, bio) is reviewed and authenticated. The more information added to your profile, the higher your Movements rating will be.
Postings may contain anything that addresses human rights issues. For example, requests for advice, contacts, training, services or knowledge are all welcome to be shared using Movements.
We are currently unable to process requests for equipment or other hardware donations that would need to be shipped internationally or involve import/export restrictions. Also, please note that, Movements does not support requests for monetary donations or monetary transfers.
Posts that incite violence, terrorism, xenophobia or intolerance will not be allowed. Any individuals who advocate for or belong to organizations that advocate terrorism, racism, or violence are not welcome to post. Movements reserves the right to delete any and all posts, including those it deems offensive or inappropriate.
When you visit Movements.org, the site automatically recognizes your domain name, IP address and the type of web browser you are using. Movements.org does not acquire your e-mail address or other information without your knowledge. We use the information we collect as you browse our site to manage the site more efficiently and improve its content and functionality.
Cookies. The Movements.org web server may ask your browser to store a “cookie,” which is a small piece of information that the web server uses to keep track of the use preferences. Cookies are not used to save or retrieve any sensitive data about visitors to the site.
Access to Registration Information. Movements.org will under no circumstances give access to your registration information to any third party for any purpose, either commercial or otherwise. Your information is maintained on a secure web server in what we believe to be a well-protected environment. Neither Movements.org nor any website operation, however, can guarantee that your information will remain secure from unauthorized access.
Use of Public Information. By posting communications on or through Movements.org, you automatically grant the site a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, edit, translate, distribute, perform, and display the information alone or as part of other works in any form, media, or technology whether now known or subsequently developed. The foregoing grants shall include the right to exploit any proprietary rights in such communication, including but not limited to rights upon copyright, trademark, service mark or patent laws under any relevant jurisdiction.
Links to Other Websites. Movements.org contains many links to other websites. Movements.org is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites. No Movements.org personal information resulting from user registration is shared with such websites, although Movements.org may share aggregate data with such websites (such as how many people use our site).
The Profile Information that we collect includes: Mandatory basic information that is provided during our profile creation process. Optional additional information for your personal profile.
We do not collect any of this information about you when you visit the Site unless you give us that information.