Privacy Policy

National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG)

This is the Privacy Policy of the National Association of Attorneys General (“NAAG”) which is headquartered in Washington, D.C. in the United States. It also governs the privacy practices of the National Association of Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (“NAGTRI”), the training and research arm of the NAAG. The official website of the NAAG is NAAG is committed to protecting the privacy of its members and of individuals who visit the NAAG website. This Privacy Policy addresses the type of personally identifiable information the NAAG collects, how the NAAG uses that information and how the NAAG protects it.

The NAAG collects personal information about individuals who choose to provide it to the NAAG to register for a conference, subscribe to a newsletter or order a publication. This information typically includes the user’s name, title, name of company or organization, business address, business phone and email address. If payment is submitted online, the NAAG uses an authorized third party provider to collect and process that information in a reasonably secure manner. The NAAG does not store detailed credit card and check payment information.

The NAAG’s web servers automatically collect information from users who browse the NAAG website, such as Internet protocol (IP) addresses, the general location where the user’s computer is accessing the Internet, browser type, operating system, the average time spent on the NAAG website, pages viewed, information searched for and other relevant statistics. The NAAG also collects information by using tracking technologies, known as “cookies.” “Cookies” are small text files that a website saves on a computer or mobile device when an individual visits a website. Cookies assist the NAAG in enhancing a user’s experience when visiting the NAAG website. They also help the NAAG understand how people use the site so that the NAAG can better serve its members and users.

The NAAG is committed to protecting the security of users’ personal information. The NAAG uses reasonable security technologies and procedures to protect users’ personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure.

Users’ personal data is stored by the NAAG on its servers, and on the servers of the cloud-based data management services the NAAG engages, located in the United States. The NAAG retains data for the duration of the user’s relationship with the NAAG, to analyze the data for the NAAG’s business operations and for historical and archiving purposes in association with the NAAG’s continuing availability of conferences and publications. For more information on where and how long personal information is stored, and for more information on users’ rights of erasure, portability and modification, please send that request to

The NAAG reserves the right to amend this Privacy and Cookies Notice at any time, for any reason, without notice to the user other than the posting of the amended Privacy and Cookies Notice on the NAAG website.

For questions, concerns or complaints, please contact the NAAG at:

Chief Administrative Office
National Association of Attorneys General
1850 M St., NW, 12th floor
Washington, D.C. 20036
(202) 326-6000