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PRIVACY POLICY

OVERVIEW

This pri­vacy policy has been com­piled to bet­ter serve those who are con­cerned with how their ‘Per­son­ally Iden­ti­fi­able Inform­a­tion’ (PII) is being used online. PII, as described in US pri­vacy law and inform­a­tion secur­ity, is inform­a­tion that can be used on its own or with oth­er inform­a­tion to identi­fy, con­tact, or loc­ate a single per­son, or to identi­fy an indi­vidu­al in con­text. Please read our pri­vacy policy care­fully to get a clear under­stand­ing of how we col­lect, use, pro­tect or oth­er­wise handle your Per­son­ally Iden­ti­fi­able Inform­a­tion in accord­ance with our website.

 

What personal information do we collect from the people that visit our blog, website or app?

When order­ing or regis­ter­ing on our site, as appro­pri­ate, you may be asked to enter your name, email address or oth­er details to help you with your experience.

When do we collect information?

We col­lect inform­a­tion from you when you register on our site, place an order, sub­scribe to a news­let­ter, respond to a sur­vey, fill out a form or enter inform­a­tion on our site.

 How do we use your information?

 

We may use the inform­a­tion we col­lect from you when you register, make a pur­chase, sign up for our news­let­ter, respond to a sur­vey or mar­ket­ing com­mu­nic­a­tion, surf the web­site, or use cer­tain oth­er site fea­tures in the fol­low­ing ways:

       To per­son­al­ize your exper­i­ence and to allow us to deliv­er the type of con­tent and product offer­ings in which you are most interested.
       To improve our web­site in order to bet­ter serve you.
       To quickly pro­cess your transactions.
       To send peri­od­ic emails regard­ing your order or oth­er products and services.
       To fol­low up with them after cor­res­pond­ence (live chat, email or phone inquiries)

 

How do we protect your information?

 

Our web­site is scanned on a reg­u­lar basis for secur­ity holes and known vul­ner­ab­il­it­ies in order to make your vis­it to our site as safe as possible.

We do not use Mal­ware Scanning.

Your per­son­al inform­a­tion is con­tained behind secured net­works and is only access­ible by a lim­ited num­ber of per­sons who have spe­cial access rights to such sys­tems, and are required to keep the inform­a­tion con­fid­en­tial. In addi­tion, all sensitive/credit inform­a­tion you sup­ply is encryp­ted via Secure Sock­et Lay­er (SSL) technology.
We imple­ment a vari­ety of secur­ity meas­ures when a user places an order enters, sub­mits, or accesses their inform­a­tion to main­tain the safety of your per­son­al information.
All trans­ac­tions are pro­cessed through a gate­way pro­vider and are not stored or pro­cessed on our servers.

 

Do we use ‘cookies’?

 

We do not use cook­ies for track­ing purposes
You can choose to have your com­puter warn you each time a cook­ie is being sent, or you can choose to turn off all cook­ies. You do this through your browser set­tings. Since browser is a little dif­fer­ent, look at your browser’s Help Menu to learn the cor­rect way to modi­fy your cookies.
If you turn cook­ies off, Some of the fea­tures that make your site exper­i­ence more effi­cient may not func­tion properly.that make your site exper­i­ence more effi­cient and may not func­tion properly.

 

Third-party disclosure

 

We do not sell, trade, or oth­er­wise trans­fer to out­side parties your Per­son­ally Iden­ti­fi­able Information.

 

Third-party links

Occa­sion­ally, at our dis­cre­tion, we may include or offer third-party products or ser­vices on our web­site. These third-party sites have sep­ar­ate and inde­pend­ent pri­vacy policies. We there­fore have no respons­ib­il­ity or liab­il­ity for the con­tent and activ­it­ies of these linked sites. Non­ethe­less, we seek to pro­tect the integ­rity of our site and wel­come any feed­back about these sites.

 

Google

Google’s advert­ising require­ments can be summed up by Google’s Advert­ising Prin­ciples. They are put in place to provide a pos­it­ive exper­i­ence for users. https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?hl=en

We use Google AdSense Advert­ising on our website.
Google, as a third-party vendor, uses cook­ies to serve ads on our site. Google’s use of the DART cook­ie enables it to serve ads to our users based on pre­vi­ous vis­its to our site and oth­er sites on the Inter­net. Users may opt-out of the use of the DART cook­ie by vis­it­ing the Google Ad and Con­tent Net­work pri­vacy policy.
We have imple­men­ted the following:
       Remarket­ing with Google AdSense
We, along with third-party vendors such as Google use first-party cook­ies (such as the Google Ana­lyt­ics cook­ies) and third-party cook­ies (such as the Double­Click cook­ie) or oth­er third-party iden­ti­fi­ers togeth­er to com­pile data regard­ing user inter­ac­tions with ad impres­sions and oth­er ad ser­vice func­tions as they relate to our website.
Opt­ing out:
Users can set pref­er­ences for how Google advert­ises to you using the Google Ad Set­tings page. Altern­at­ively, you can opt out by vis­it­ing the Net­work Advert­ising Ini­ti­at­ive Opt Out page or by using the Google Ana­lyt­ics Opt Out Browser add on.

 

California Online Privacy Protection Act

CalOPPA is the first state law in the nation to require com­mer­cial web­sites and online ser­vices to post a pri­vacy policy. The law’s reach stretches well bey­ond Cali­for­nia to require any per­son or com­pany in the United States (and con­ceiv­ably the world) that oper­ates web­sites col­lect­ing Per­son­ally Iden­ti­fi­able Inform­a­tion from Cali­for­nia con­sumers to post a con­spicu­ous pri­vacy policy on its web­site stat­ing exactly the inform­a­tion being col­lec­ted and those indi­vidu­als or com­pan­ies with whom it is being shared. — See more at: http://consumercal.org/california-online-privacy-protection-act-caloppa/#sthash.0FdRbT51.dpuf
Accord­ing to CalOPPA, we agree to the following:
Users can vis­it our site anonymously.
Once this pri­vacy policy is cre­ated, we will add a link to it on our home page or as a min­im­um, on the first sig­ni­fic­ant page after enter­ing our website.
Our Pri­vacy Policy link includes the word ‘Pri­vacy’ and can eas­ily be found on the page spe­cified above.
You will be noti­fied of any Pri­vacy Policy changes:
       On our Pri­vacy Policy Page
Can change your per­son­al information:
       By log­ging in to your account

How does our site handle Do Not Track signals?

We hon­or Do Not Track sig­nals and Do Not Track, plant cook­ies, or use advert­ising when a Do Not Track (DNT) browser mech­an­ism is in place.

Does our site allow third-party behavioral tracking?

It’s also import­ant to note that we do not allow third-party beha­vi­or­al tracking

 

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

 

When it comes to the col­lec­tion of per­son­al inform­a­tion from chil­dren under the age of 13 years old, the Children’s Online Pri­vacy Pro­tec­tion Act (COPPA) puts par­ents in con­trol. The Fed­er­al Trade Com­mis­sion, United States’ con­sumer pro­tec­tion agency, enforces the COPPA Rule, which spells out what oper­at­ors of web­sites and online ser­vices must do to pro­tect children’s pri­vacy and safety online.

We do not spe­cific­ally mar­ket to chil­dren under the age of 13 years old.
Do we let third-parties, includ­ing ad net­works or plug-ins col­lect PII from chil­dren under 13?

 

Fair Information Practices

 

The Fair Inform­a­tion Prac­tices Prin­ciples form the back­bone of pri­vacy law in the United States and the con­cepts they include have played a sig­ni­fic­ant role in the devel­op­ment of data pro­tec­tion laws around the globe. Under­stand­ing the Fair Inform­a­tion Prac­tice Prin­ciples and how they should be imple­men­ted is crit­ic­al to com­ply with the vari­ous pri­vacy laws that pro­tect per­son­al information.

 

In order to be in line with Fair Information Practices we will take the following responsive action, should a data breach occur:

We will noti­fy you via email
       With­in 7 busi­ness days
We also agree to the Indi­vidu­al Redress Prin­ciple which requires that indi­vidu­als have the right to leg­ally pur­sue enforce­able rights against data col­lect­ors and pro­cessors who fail to adhere to the law. This prin­ciple requires not only that indi­vidu­als have enforce­able rights against data users, but also that indi­vidu­als have recourse to courts or gov­ern­ment agen­cies to invest­ig­ate and/or pro­sec­ute non-com­pli­ance by data processors.
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