AARP uses commercially reasonable physical, procedural and technological security measures to help prevent unauthorized access to and improper use of the information we collect about you. For example, only authorized employees and authorized third parties are permitted to access personally identifiable information, and they may do so only for lawful purposes. When we share aggregate data with third parties we prohibit them from reengineering nonpersonal data to permit identification of individual users. We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal standards to guard your nonpublic personal information. However, no website or Internet network can be completely secure. Although we take steps to secure your information, we do not guarantee, and you should not expect, that your personal information, searches or other communications will always remain secure. Please refer to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's website for information on how to protect yourself from identity theft.
You have options for limiting who can see your information:
If you choose to share contact information with us, you will have the opportunity to update or delete that information or to shut down your account by clicking on Update My Profile.
You may request to stop receiving communications from us by clicking here. Please note that if you opt out of receiving communications from us, you may continue to receive material from Service Providers, and/or other parties to whom we provided your information before processing your request to opt-out of communications. You will need to directly contact those third parties in order to opt out of receiving such communications. You also may opt out of receiving such emails by clicking on the "unsubscribe" link within the text of those third-party emails.
Do Not Track: AARP is in favor of the development of a Do Not Track standard that gives consumers control over the collection and use of Web-browsing information. When such a standard is finalized, AARP intends to respond to Do Not Track browser settings accordingly. See www.AllAboutDNT.org for more information. For information about how to opt out of the customization of advertising by many ad networks that collect and use nonpersonal information on AARP websites, you can visit here.
You may also opt out of communications or information sharing by:
- Emailing us at AARPmember@aarp.org
- Calling us at 1-888-OUR-AARP (1-888-687-2277)
- Writing us at AARP Membership Center, 3200 E. Carson St., Lakewood, CA 90712