Privacy Policy

Latest updated on: 14-06-2024

This Privacy Statement outlines our Procedures and Policies regarding the Collection, Use, and Disclosure of your information when you use our Services, as well as Your Legal Rights and Privacy Protections.

Your personal information is utilised to deliver and enhance our Services. You consent to the acquisition and use of information in accordance with this Privacy Statement by utilising our Services.

  1. Introduction

    Dummy corp is the subject of this Privacy Statement (collectively "we," "us," or "our"). Our owned and operated Website,, which offers a digital library (to as the "Services").

    Through registration, downloading, or utilisation of our Services, you grant your consent to this Privacy Statement, which constitutes an integral component of our Terms and Conditions. This Privacy Statement is subject to potential modifications at any given time. Any revised iteration of our Privacy Statement will be published on this page with an updated date.

  2. Minors privacy

    We do not knowingly collect personal information from minors under the age of 18 through our Service, although certain third party websites that we link to may do so. These third-party websites have their own terms of use and privacy policies and we encourage parents and legal guardians to monitor their children's Internet usage and instruct their children to never provide information on other websites without their permission.

    If youhave reason to believe that a child under the age of 18 (or under the age of majority in their jurisdiction) has provided us with personal information, please contact us with sufficient detail to enable us to delete that information. you can do so by using the contact details in Section P below (last section).

  3. Types of data collected

    When you use our Services we gather data about you. Third parties we work with might also gather data about you when you use our Services. The data gathered might include or reflect personal information that could identify you, as well as non-personal information. We will in the rest of this page refer to your data as "your data".

    1. Account data

      When you create an Account on our Website you will need to provide us with a valid email address and password.

    2. Financial data

      To make a purchase, you may need to provide a valid payment method. Your payment information will be collected and processed by our authorized payment vendors. We do not directly collect or store credit or debit card numbers ourselves in the ordinary course of processing transactions. If we allow purchase through a third-party platform, the payment method stored with the third-party platform will be charged.

      A valid payment method might be required when you want to complete a payment for your subscription. Our authorised payment vendors will be responsible for the collection and processing of your payment information.

    3. Other data you may submit

      By sending requests to customer support, participating in a study or survey, entering contests or sweepstakes, applying for a position, or subscribing to receive communications from us or another user, you might provide us with your data.

    4. Data which are automatically collected

      We automatically collect certain types of data when you use our Services, regardless of whether you have an account. This data includes your IP address, technical information about your device (e.g., browser type, operating system, basic device information), the web page you visited or search query you entered before reaching us, and your activities. We may track your activities using cookies and similar technologies. By using our Services, you agree to our use of these methods as set forth in our Cookie Policy.

      Certain categories of information are gathered automatically when you utilise our Services, irrespective of your Account status. The aforementioned data comprises the user's IP address, technical particulars of the device (such as operating system, browser type, and fundamental device information), the webpage or search query that was accessed prior to our interaction, and the user's activities. Your activities may be monitored by us through the use of cookies and analogous technologies. Through your use of our Services, you consent to our implementation of the techniques detailed in our Cookie Policy.

    5. Shipping

      We collect your shipping address as part of your payment details.

    6. Third Parties’ collection of data

      You may be subject to data collection by third parties while utilising our Services. This may consist of information collected automatically (in the case of third-party analytics providers and advertising partners) or data you voluntarily provide (e.g., payment information).

      We may obtain information about you from third parties. We may potentially integrate that data with previously gathered information. For instance, certain advertising platforms or advertisers may permit us to ascertain which additional online services you utilize in order to position pertinent advertisements on those platforms.

  4. Use of your data

    The Company may use Personal Data for the following purposes:

    • To provide and maintain our Service, including to monitor the usage of our Service.

    • To manage your Account: to manage your registration as a user of our Service. The Personal Data you provide can give you access to different functionalities of the Service that are available to you as a registered user.

    • For the performance of a contract: the development, compliance, and undertaking of the purchase contract for the products, items, or services you have purchased.

    • To contact you: To contact you by email, telephone calls, SMS, or other equivalent forms of electronic communication, regarding updates or informative communications related to the functionalities, products, or contracted services, including the security updates, when necessary or reasonable for their implementation.

    • To provide you: with news, special offers and general information about other goods, Services, and events which we offer.

    • To manage your requests: To attend and manage your requests to us.

    • For business transfers: We may use your data to evaluate or conduct a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of our assets, whether as a going concern or as part of bankruptcy, liquidation, or similar proceeding, in which Personal Data held by us about our Service users is among the assets transferred.

    • For other purposes: We may use your data for other purposes, such as data analysis, identifying usage trends, determining the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns and to evaluate and improve our Service, products, services, marketing and your experience.

    We may share your personal information in the following situations:

    • With service providers: We may share your data with service providers to monitor and analyze the use of our Service, for payment processing, to contact you.

    • For business transfers: We may share or transfer your data in connection with, or during negotiations of, any merger, sale of company assets, financing, or acquisition of all or a portion of our business to another company.

    • With affiliates: We may share your data with our affiliates, in which case we will require those affiliates to honor this Privacy Statement. Affiliates include our parent company and any other subsidiaries, joint venture partners or other companies that we control or that are under common control with us.

    • With business partners: We may share your data with our business partners to offer you certain products, services, or promotions.

    • With your consent: We may disclose your data for any other purpose with your consent.

  5. We share your data with

    We might share your data with third parties

    • With your consent: Upon obtaining your explicit consent, we may disclose your information to third parties.

    • Permitted vendors: Third-party vendors who assist us in operating our services, processing orders, adhering to your instructions, and fulfilling our contractual obligations may be granted access to your data. The entities encompassed in this category are providers of email services, content delivery networks (CDNs), payment processors, customer relations management (CRM), quality assurance and testing, fraud and abuse prevention, and cloud-based hosting.

    • Marketing: We may disclose your data to advertising agencies in order to provide you with relevant advertisements and to assess the efficacy of those advertisements.

    • Analytics: We may disclose your data to analytics providers in order to gain insight into how our customers utilize our services.

    • Associates and consultants: For the purposes of tax filings, planning, financial reporting, accounting, auditing, and legal compliance, we may share your data with our auditors and advisors. Your data may be disclosed to our affiliates insofar as is required to deliver the services you specified.

    • Specific legal circumstances: We reserve the right to disclose your data if we determine that doing so is required to fulfill a legal obligation or in relation to a business transaction, as elaborated upon in Section G.

    • Collected or anonymous information: Non-personal aggregated or anonymized information, such as the number of visitors and registered users, may be disclosed to the public.

  6. Disclosure for legal and safety purposes

    Official requests ("requests") that we receive from government authorities or parties to legal proceedings (e.g., court orders, subpoenas, search warrants, national security requests, etc.) may require us to disclose your data.

    User information may be disclosed in situations where there is a reasonable suspicion that an individual's life is in danger. If we become aware, for instance, that an individual is threatening suicide, we may share that individual's information with the appropriate entities that may be able to assist.

    User information may be disclosed in order to report suspected criminal activity.

    In situations involving legal claims against us or one of our users, we reserve the right to disclose user information.

    We reserve the right to disclose your data to prospective transaction partners, advisors, and other relevant parties should our organisation undergo a complete or partial acquisition by a third party. We will then make reasonable efforts to compel the acquiring entity to adhere to this Privacy Statement.

  7. The retention of data

    Your data is retained for the duration of your Account. We will remove any content associated with a deactivated Account. Logs containing information automatically collected for internal analytics and security purposes, transactional data (including your email address and address information), communications with you, and information required for tax, financial, and auditing purposes, may be retained. When the retention of data is no longer necessary for business purposes, it will be either deleted or anonymized.

    Should legal proceedings arise concerning your Account, we shall retain your data for the period of time that we sincerely believe is required to adhere to the legal process. Likewise, in the event that we suspect improper activity on your part, we reserve the right to retain your data in order to safeguard or assert our legal interests.

  8. Your options about your data

    We empower you with a multitude of options regarding your data:

    • You have the option to withhold specific information from us. You may, for instance, elect not to provide optional account information or to establish an Account.

    • Modifying your Account parameters is possible.

    • You are permitted to modify or rectify any information that you voluntarily provide to us. We recommend that you visit your account page to ensure that your information is current.

    • It is possible to restrict the utilization of Cookies. Please refer to our Cookie Policy for further details.

    • You are free to terminate your Account at any time.

    Users in certain jurisdictions may have additional rights. See Section M, i. and N for more details.

  9. Communications

    Creating an Account may result in the receipt of promotional communications from us, hereunder offers and newsletters. The use of commercial messages can be permanently disabled by contacting us. It should be noted that the processing of any opt-out request could take up to several days. Until then, you will continue to receive transactional emails from us, which include messages confirming transactions and/or providing Account information. Please note that some messages may still be received by you, if we are legally obliged to provide these to our users.

  10. Our protection of your data

    We employ organisational, technical, and physical security measures to prevent the accidental or unauthorised disclosure of your data. We cannot guarantee the absolute security of your information notwithstanding these efforts; the absolute security of any information system is unattainable.

    Users are also responsible for ensuring the security of their data. We strongly advise you to protect your account with a password that is both unique and difficult to guess, and to refrain from disclosing it to others. Access rights should be reserved for individuals whom one knows and trusts, and even then, extreme caution should be exercised when granting access rights. You should routinely monitor your account. If you have reason to believe that unauthorised access has been gained to your account, kindly notify us without delay so we may initiate an investigation.

  11. Your own obligations

    You may be exposed to the information of third parties by utilising our Services. You must process information received from other users in accordance with your publicly available privacy statement and all relevant legislation, including those pertaining to online marketing, data security, and privacy.

  12. Services of third parties

    By means of hyperlinks or integrations, we may grant users access to online services that are not under our ownership or operation. The data collected by these services is beyond the scope of this Privacy Statement, and we have no authority over it. While on a third party website, third parties may collect your data. Before utilising such services, we advise you to review any third party service addendum and their respective privacy policies.

    Our Services may be accessed via third party websites. You might, for instance, utilise one of our applications on a third party platform or view an embedded video on a third party website. This Privacy Statement pertains exclusively to our applications and video players and excludes any discussion of third party websites or video players.

  13. Transfer of data international, and certain user rights

    Dummy corp is located in Country. Dummy corp is also utilising computer systems, servers, and databases situated in the United States and other nations, we deliver services on a global scale. Using our Services from outside the Country may result in the transfer and processing of your information in Country and the United States. It should be noted that the data and privacy laws in the United States might not be as comprehensive as those in your jurisdiction. Supplementary safeguards may be extended to nationals of particular nations, as detailed in Sections M,i. and N below.

    1. GDPR (users in EEA and UK)

      Only natural persons residing in the European Economic Area and the United Kingdom are subject to the provisions of this section. For the purposes of this section, the terms "you" and "your" shall be defined accordingly. Our policy is to adhere to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union (EEA). We may transfer your personal data from your home country to the United States (or other countries) in accordance with the GDPR on the following legal grounds:

      • our legitimate interest: We would be unable to fulfil our legal obligations or provide our Services if we did not transfer your personal information to the United States.

        When applicable, we implement Standard Contractual Clauses (also referred to as "Model Clauses").

        opt-out rights: decline non-essential Cookies (refer to our Cookie Policy); obtain access to, rectify, eliminate, limit, or object to our utilisation of their data; be forgotten; transfer their data; and revoke consents.

        Our services (which we reserve the right to modify) are the primary means by which we facilitate the exercise of these rights. Users are granted the ability to modify their information, delete their recordings, and terminate their accounts, among other actions. Our responsibilities are also met in accordance with explicit requests.

        Requests will be processed as soon as possible and within one month. It should be noted that our ability to fulfil requests may be limited if doing so would result in a violation of any legislation or encroachment upon the rights of others. We retain the prerogative to request valid identification at any time. Requests shall be processed without charge, unless doing so would result in an unjustifiable financial burden for us.

        Please address any inquiries, complaints, or requests to us using the details specified in Section P. We are fully dedicated to collaborating with you in order to reach an equitable resolution of any matter at hand. Additionally, it is within your jurisdiction to lodge a complaint with the supervisory data protection authority.

  14. Consumer rights and privacy disclosures in the U.S.

    Our U.S. State Privacy Notice (the “Notice”) which applies to “Consumers” as defined under the California Consumer Privacy Act (the “CCPA”), the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act, the Utah Consumer Privacy Act, Connecticut's Act Concerning Personal Data Privacy, and Online Monitoring, Chapter 603A of the Nevada Revised Statutes, and all laws implementing, supplementing or amending the foregoing, including regulations promulgated thereunder (collectively, “U.S. Privacy Laws”). In the event of a conflict between any other policy, statement, or notice and this Notice, this Notice will prevail as to Consumers and their rights under the applicable state privacy law. Capitalized terms used but not defined below will have the meanings given to them in our Privacy Statement.

    This Notice does not apply to data that is not treated as personal information or personal data under U.S. Privacy Laws or to the extent the data is subject to an exemption under U.S. Privacy Laws. This Notice also does not apply to information collected by third-party content, websites, applications, platform, code (e.g., plug-ins, application programming interfaces, and software development kits), and certain cookies and other tracking technologies.

    1. Data practices

      The description of our data practices in this Notice covers the twelve (12) months prior to the “Last Updated” date and will be updated at least annually. This Notice also applies to our current data practices such that it is also meant to provide you with “notice at collection.” For any new or substantially different processing activities not described in this Notice, we will notify you as required by U.S. Privacy Laws, including by either providing additional information at the point of collection, or by updating this Notice.

    2. Collection, use, & disclosures

      In general, we collect, retain, use, and disclose your personal information and/or data (defined hereafter as “PI”) (including the categories of PI shown in the table below) in order to provide our services and operate our business, which include both the business purposes and commercial purposes described in our Privacy Statement, including in the “How We Use you Data” section (collectively, “Processing Purposes”). This may include disclosing or otherwise making PI available to our vendors that perform services for us, such as those authorized vendors described in “With Whom We Share yourData” (including “Service Providers” and “Processors” defined under U.S. Privacy Laws) (“Vendors”).

      Our business purposes also include the disclosure of PI to certain recipients, such as:

      • Vendors in furtherance of the Processing Purposes.

      • You, or other parties at your direction or through your intentional action.

      • Assignees as part of a Business Transaction (defined below) where another party assumes control over all or part of our business.

      • The government or private parties to comply with law or legal process.

      • In addition, our Vendors and the other recipients listed in the below table may, subject to contractual restrictions imposed by us and/or legal obligations, also use and disclose your PI for business purposes. For example, our Vendors and the other categories of recipients listed in the table below may engage subcontractors to enable them to perform services for us or process for our business purposes.

      Some of the Processing Purposes, as we discuss in the table below, implicate “Sale,” “Sharing,” and or “Targeted advertising.” For more details on the meaning of Sale, Sharing, and Targeted Advertising, and how to opt-out of them, please visit the Do Not Sell/Share/Target section below.

      The table below outlines the categories of PI (including examples) and categories of recipients also corresponding to each category of PI. The right column states the categories of recipients that receive those specific categories of PI and Sensitive PI as part of disclosures for business purposes, as well as disclosures which may be considered a Sale or Sharing under certain U.S. Privacy Laws:

      Category of PI Categories of Recipients

      Identifiers (such as account name, email address, IP address, cookie ID)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Software and other business Vendors (“Business Vendors”)
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Subsidiaries and affiliates (“Affiliates and Related Entities”)

      Sale/Sharing: Third-Party Digital Businesses

      Personal Records (such as address, contact information, payment card information)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Fraud prevention partners
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: Third-Party Digital Businesses

      Personal Characteristics or Traits (such as pronouns)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Fraud prevention partners
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: N/A

      Transaction / Commercial Information (such as products or services used, purchased, or considered; and other purchasing or consuming histories or tendencies)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: Third-Party Digital Businesses

      Internet Usage Information (such as search, browsing history, and other interactions with the Service)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: Third-Party Digital Businesses

      Location Data (such as where you enable location-based features on your device, or where we may infer your rough location (such as zip code) based on IP address as part of the Service)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: Third-Party Digital Businesses

      Audiovisual and Similar Information (such as customer service and sales call recordings)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: N/A

      Inferences from PI Collected (Inferences we make about you or your interests using PI we have collected)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Marketing Vendors
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: Third-Party Digital Businesses

      Account Information and Password* (we store your account log-in in combination with a password in our systems)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: N/A

      Communication Content* (such as when you send messages to our Customer support)

      Disclosures for business purposes:

      • Business Vendors
      • Affiliates and Related Entities

      Sale/Sharing: N/A

      *considered Sensitive PI or Sensitive Data under certain of the U.S. Privacy Laws, which we refer to in this Notice as “Sensitive PI”

      We also reserve the right to disclose and transfer all such information in connection with a merger, consolidation, restructuring, the sale of substantially all of our interests and/or assets or other corporate change, and during the course of any due diligence process (collectively, “Business Transactions”).

      As permitted by applicable law, we do not treat deidentified data or aggregate consumer information as PI, and we may elect not to treat publicly available information as PI.

    3. Processing purposes implicating sale, sharing, targeted advertising, and profiling

      When you provide us PI for the following Processing Purposes, we may use and disclose certain PI that you provide for such purposes in a way that may constitute Selling and/or Sharing, as well as Processing of your PI for purposes of Targeted Advertising.

      • Customizing your experience
      • Marketing and advertising
      • For purposes disclosed at the time you provide your PI
      • For our legitimate business purposes that are compatible with the purpose of collecting your PI and that are not prohibited by law

    4. Sources

      We collect PI directly from you or your device, Vendors, Third-Party Digital Businesses, our Affiliates and Related Entities, and other third parties.

    5. Retention

      Because there are so many different types of PI in each category, and various use cases for different types of data, we are unable to provide data retention ranges based on categories of PI in a way that would be meaningful and transparent to you. Actual retention periods depend upon how long we have a legitimate purpose for the retention consistent with the collection purposes and applicable law. For instance, we may maintain business records for so long as relevant to our business, and may have a legal obligation to hold PI for so long as potentially relevant to prospective or actual litigation or government investigation. We apply the same criteria for determining if we have a legitimate purpose for retaining your PI that you ask us to delete. If you make a deletion request, we will conduct a review of your PI to confirm if legitimate ongoing retention purposes exist, will limit the retention to such purposes for so long as the purpose continues, and will respond to you with information on any retention purposes on which we rely for not deleting your PI. For more information on deletion requests see the Right to Delete section.

    6. Consumer rights

      We provide Consumers (users who are residents of certain states, as defined above) the privacy rights described in this section. For residents of states without Consumer privacy rights, we will consider requests but reserve the right to apply discretion in how we process such requests.

      • Making a request and scope of requests

        Any request you submit to us is subject to an identity verification process (“Verifiable Consumer Request”) as described in the Verifying yourRequest section below.

        To make a request, other than a Do Not Sell/Share/Target request, please submit your request to us by email at [email protected]

        For instructions on how to submit a Do Not Sell/Share/Target request, please go to the Do Not Sell/Share/Target section below.

        Some information we maintain about Consumers that is technically considered PI may nonetheless not be sufficiently associated with information that you provide when making your request. For example, if you provide your name and email address when making a request, we may be unable to associate that information with certain data collection on the Service such as clickstream data tied only to a pseudonymous browser ID. Where we are unable to associate such information with the information you provide, we are therefore unable to associate such information with you and cannot include such information in response to those requests. If we cannot comply with a request, we will explain the reasons in our response.

        We will make commercially reasonable efforts to identify PI that we collect, process, store, disclose, and otherwise use and to respond to your privacy requests. We will typically not charge a fee to fully respond to your requests; in some circumstances, the U.S. Privacy Laws permit us to, and we may, charge a reasonable fee, or refuse to act upon a request, if your request is excessive, repetitive, unfounded, or overly burdensome. If we determine that the request warrants a fee, or if we decide to refuse it, we will give you notice explaining why we made that decision in our response to you. You will be provided a cost estimate and the opportunity to accept such fees before we will charge you for responding to your request.

      • Verifying your request

        When you make a request, we will verify that you are the person you say you are, or, if you are seeking information on behalf of another person, that you are authorized to make the request on their behalf (see our “Authorizing an Agent” section immediately below). In addition, we will compare the information you have provided to ensure that we maintain PI about you in our systems. As an initial matter, we ask that you provide us with, at a minimum, full name and email address. Depending on the nature of the request and whether we have the email address you have provided in our systems, we may request further information from you in order to verify that you are the Consumer making the request. We will review the information provided as part of your request, and may ask you to provide additional information via e-mail or other means to complete the verification process. We will not fulfill your Right to Know (Categories), Right to Know (Specific Pieces), Right to Delete, or Right to Correction request unless you have provided sufficient information for us to reasonably verify you are the Consumer that is the subject of the request. The same verification process does not apply to opt-outs of Sale or Sharing, or limitation of Sensitive PI requests, but we may apply authentication measures if we suspect fraud (such as verifying access to the email provided when making the request).

        The verification standards we are required to apply for each type of request vary. We verify your categories requests and certain deletion and correction requests (e.g., those that are less sensitive in nature) to a reasonable degree of certainty, which may include matching at least two data points provided by you with data points maintained by us, which we have determined to be reliable for the purpose of verifying you. For certain deletion and correction requests (such as those that relate to PI that is more sensitive in nature) and for specific pieces requests, we apply a verification standard of reasonably high degree of certainty. This standard includes matching at least three data points provided by you with data points maintained by us, which we have determined to be reliable for the purpose of verifying you, and may include obtaining a signed declaration from you, under penalty of perjury, that you are the individual whose PI is the subject of the request.

        If we cannot verify you in respect of certain requests, such as if you do not provide the requested information, we will still take certain action as required by certain U.S. Privacy Laws. For example, if you are a California Consumer:

        • If we cannot verify your deletion request, we will refer you to this Notice for a general description of our data practices.
        • If we cannot verify your specific piece request, we will treat it as a category request.
      • Authorizing an agent

        You may designate an authorized agent to submit your Consumer request on your behalf. An authorized agent submitting a request on your behalf must have sufficient evidence that you have authorized that person to submit the request on your behalf, which may include, at a minimum, evidence of signed permission to submit the request and, as permitted under the U.S. Privacy Laws, we also may require the Consumer to either verify their own identity or directly confirm with us that they provided the agent permission to submit the request.

      • Your consumer privacy rights

        Under the applicable U.S. Privacy Laws, Consumers have the following rights, which can be exercised directly or, in certain cases, through an authorized agent:

        • Right to limit sensitive PI processing

          You may, depending on your state of residency, have the right to direct businesses to limit their use and disclosure of Sensitive PI if we use or disclose it beyond certain internal business purposes. Where applicable, we will treat such a request as a revocation of any consent that you may have provided to your processing of Sensitive PI.

        • Right to know

          Categories: If you are a California resident, you have the right to request that we provide certain information to you about our collection, use, and disclosure of your PI over the 12-month period prior to the request date related to categories of PI. You can request that we confirm whether we are processing your personal information, and disclose to you: (1) the categories of PI we collected about you; (2) the categories of sources for the PI; (3) our business or commercial purpose for collecting or selling that PI; (4) a list of the categories of PI disclosed for a business purpose in the prior 12 months and, for each category of PI, the categories of recipients; and (5) a list of the categories of PI sold or shared about you in the prior 12 months and, for each, the categories of recipients

          Specific pieces: You have the right to request a transportable copy of the specific pieces of PI we collected about you. In some states, such as California, this includes the right to PI collected in the 12-month period preceding your request. Please note that PI is retained by us for various time periods, so there may be certain information that we have collected about you that we do not retain for 12 months (and thus, it would not be able to be included in our response to you). Based on your state of residence, we may apply a limit on the number of “right to know” requests you make over a particular time period, as permitted under U.S. Privacy Laws.

        • Right to confirm

          You have the right to confirm if we are processing your PI and to access your PI, as just stated in the two immediately prior paragraphs.

        • Right to delete

          You have the right to request that we delete some or all of the PI that we have about you. Deleting all data will typically require the deletion of your account, along with all content. After we confirm that your deletion request is a Verifiable Consumer Request, subject to permitted retention exceptions, we will carry out one or more of the following: (i) permanently erase your PI on our existing systems with the exception of archived or back-up systems, (ii) de-identify your PI, or (iii) aggregate your PI with other information. Where legal exceptions will apply to your request for deletion, we will tell you which one(s) and will limit retention to the permitted purpose(s) under U.S. Privacy Laws.

        • Right to correct

          You have the right to request that we correct inaccuracies that you find in your PI maintained by us.

        • Do not sell/share/target

          Under the various U.S. Privacy Laws, Consumers have the right to opt-out of certain processing activities. California and certain other states have opt-outs specific to Targeted Advertising activities - which California's law refers to as “cross-context behavioral advertising,” and others simply as Targeted Advertising - which involve the use of PI from different businesses or services to target advertisements to you. California provides Consumers the right to opt-out of Sharing, which includes providing or making available PI to third parties for such Targeted Advertising activities, while other states provide Consumers the right to opt-out from processing PI for Targeted Advertising more broadly. There are broad and differing concepts of the Sale of PI under the various U.S. State Privacy Laws, all of which, at a minimum, require providing or otherwise making available PI to a third party.

          “Third-party digital businesses” are third-party business partners, including social media platforms and other tech companies that offer digital advertising services, which may operate tracking technologies that collect PI about you on our Services (“cookie PI”), or otherwise collect and process PI that we make available about you, including digital activity information and traditional PI such as email address (“non-cookie PI”). We will treat PI collected by Third-Party Digital Businesses as implicating Sale, Sharing, and/or processing for Targeted Advertising where required, and accordingly apply opt-out requests that you make to such activities, as we describe in further detail below.

          When you opt-out pursuant to the instructions below, it will have the effect of opting you out of Sale, Sharing, and processing of your PI for Targeted Advertising, such that our opt-out process is intended to combine all of these state opt-outs into a single opt-out. Please note that there are distinct instructions for opting out of cookie PI and non-cookie PI, which we explain further, below.

          Opt-out for non-cookie PI: If you would like to submit a request to opt-out of our processing of your non-cookie PI (e.g., your email address) for Targeted Advertising, or opt-out of the Sale or Sharing of such data you need to send your request to [email protected]

          Opt-out for cookie PI: If you would like to submit a request to opt-out of our processing of your cookie-related PI for Targeted Advertising, or opt-out of the sale/sharing of such PI, you can exercise an opt-out request. You must exercise your preferences on each of our websites you visit, from each browser you use, and on each device that you use. Since your browser opt-out is designated by a cookie, if you clear or block cookies, your preferences will no longer be effective and you will need to enable them again.

          Some U.S. Privacy Laws require us to state that we do not knowingly Sell or Share the PI of Consumers under the age of 16.

          Automated decision making and profiling
          We may engage in processing that constitutes automated decision-making or profiling under the CCPA. However, as of the Last Updated date, the definitions of these concepts, and any associated opt-out and access rights have not been added to the updated regulations of the CCPA.

          We do not believe we carry out profiling in furtherance of decisions that produce legal or similarly significant effects. If we change our practices, we will change this policy and provide you with the right to opt out of such activities as required by the applicable U.S. Privacy Laws, subject to any applicable exceptions.

          • Right to non-discrimination

            You have the right not to receive discriminatory treatment, in a manner prohibited by U.S. Privacy Laws, for the exercise of your privacy rights.

          • Right to appeal

            Residents of certain states have the right to appeal a decision regarding a privacy request. You can exercise this right by responding to the email we send containing our response to your request, and following the instructions in such email. As of the Last Updated date, residents of Colorado, Connecticut, and Virginia have this right.

    7. Additional notices for California residents

      1. Shine the light law

        Under California's “Shine the Light” law, California residents have the right to opt out of disclosing information to third parties for the purpose of allowing such third parties to directly market their products and services. At this time, we do not engage in this type of disclosure.

      2. California Minors

        Although our online service(s) are intended for an audience over the age of 18, any California residents under the age of eighteen (18) who have registered to use our online services, and who posted content or information on the service, can request removal by contacting us at [email protected], detailing where the content or information is posted and attesting that you posted it. We will then make reasonably good faith efforts to remove the post from prospective public view or anonymize it, so the minor cannot be individually identified to the extent required by applicable law. This removal process cannot ensure complete or comprehensive removal. For instance, third parties may have republished or archived content by search engines and others that we do not control.

    8. Additional notices for Nevada residents

      Nevada residents have the right to opt out of the sale of certain "covered information" collected by operators of websites or online services. We currently do not sell covered information, as "sale" is defined by such law, and we don't have plans to sell this information. However, if you would like to opt out of the future sale of personal information covered by the Act, you can provide us with your name and email address at [email protected]. You are responsible for updating any change in your email address by the same method and we are not obligated to cross-reference other emails you may have otherwise provided us for other purposes. We will maintain this information and contact you if our plans change. At that time, we will create a process for verifying your identity and providing an opportunity to verified consumers to complete their opt-out.

  15. Our contact details for privacy matters

    If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement, you can contact us at:

    Dummy corp
    Random street 14, Random block
    Fictive Town, ABC-123
    Or by e-mail at [email protected]