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Today, more than 80 million people use Change.org to start and sign hundreds of thousands of petitions. Every week, over 100 petitions on Change.org become victories that are astounding catalysts of change.
Our new policies are still focused on ensuring our users can create the change they want to see. Here are a few core things we're not changing:
Change.org is free and open. You can use our platform to start, sign and share petitions on issues you care about regardless of who you are, or what you believe.
We won’t pass your email address to third parties without your permission. Organizations can pay to promote their petitions (that's what keeps the platform free to use), but we'll never share your email address with those organizations unless you say it's okay.
And here are some things we’ve updated:
We’ve made it easier to resolve issues. We've simplified how we would work together to resolve disputes, which includes removing our arbitration clause.
We’ve made it clear that you retain full ownership of the content that you own and upload to Change.org. We’ve also clarified that while you own the content, we might modify or share versions of it. As an example, if we want to feature your petition on our homepage, we might shorten the title.
We’ve cut down the legal jargon. We’ve done our very best to get rid of complex legal terms to make these policies as clear as possible, because we want you to understand what they say.
Thanks for supporting change in your community - we can't wait to see what you'll change next.