Privacy policy

Corporate Accountability is committed to protecting your privacy.

When you contribute to Corporate Accountability online, we use a secure server and end-to-end SSL encryption to protect your financial and personal information during transmission. Our network system is fully PCI compliant, using best practice security tools, including two-step authentication and complex passwords. We do not save or store your credit card information when we process a one-time contribution. The one-time gift processing is protected by a firewall. For recurring contributions, we use a secure server where your credit card information is end-to-end encrypted and stored.

By taking an online action on this website, you will receive updates about our campaigns. If at any point you decide you don’t want to get our updates, you can easily unsubscribe using any of the following methods:

  • Click on the unsubscribe link included in each email.
  • Complete this email unsubscribe form.
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  • Or call us at+1-800-688-8797.

When you fill out or sign petitions and letters to the editor, your name, city, state, zip code, and comments are treated as public information. We will NEVER make your street address publicly available, but we may transmit it to members of U.S. Congress, the president, or the other decision-makers to whom you are writing, as noted on the petition page.

Periodically, Corporate Accountability exchanges or rents mail lists to other organizations dedicated to creating social change. Please let us know if you would like us to exclude your name from that process. To do so, contact our membership manager at +1-800-688-8797 or write to Corporate Accountability, 10 Milk St, Suite 610, Boston, MA 02108. Don’t forget to include your name and address!

We love to hear from our members! If you donate to us, and need to update your information at any time, please call +1-800-688-8797 or email

Corporate Accountability is not responsible for privacy practices of other sites accessed from our website.