Purpose of this Notice.
Compliance with the Law.
Non-Public Personal Information.
In the course of your use of the Sites, you may share non-public personal information about yourself with us in a number of ways. You may provide non-public personal information to us on applications or other forms when communicating or transacting with us in writing, electronically, or by phone, and through requests for forms or literature in connection with your publishing using ViaTech’s systems. If you register to use certain services available through the Sites using login credentials from an account you have with a third-party, such as a Facebook or Google account, you give us express permission to receive data from such third party. This non-public personal information may include, but is not limited to, your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, gender, and date of birth (“Non-Public Personal Information”).
Use of Non-Public Personal Information.
We may use your Non-Public Personal Information in connection with certain aspects of our business. For example, we may use Non-Public Personal Information to contact you in response to your inquiries, comments and suggestions; to contact you otherwise when necessary; for the specific purpose for which it was volunteered (for example, to receive notice from us, etc.); to track our visitors’ use of the Site for internal market research; to improve the Sites and the services we promote or provide through the Sites or through other means; for special promotions, to customize the content and/or layout of our Sites for each individual visitor; to ask for your participation in brief surveys; to complete any purchases or other transactions you may perform through the Sites; to notify visitors about updates to the Sites or services; to notify you about promotions, special offers, etc., regarding products and services provided by us or one of our customers; to be provided to third party service providers on behalf of us; as required by law or regulation, or as requested by government authorities; in connection with an acquisition, merger, sale, or other transfer of all or any portion of our business; and for our internal business purposes or to otherwise manage your relationship with ViaTech.
We do not disclose your Non-Public Personal Information to third parties for their marketing purposes.
Third Party Analytics Services
We may use third party analytics services, which allow us to learn how you use our services by giving us the ability to collect information based on your interaction with our services. The emails we send to you may contain web beacons to allow a third party analytics service to track on our behalf when you open and act upon such emails.
We treat Non-Public Personal Information as confidential and recognize the importance of protecting access to it. We restrict access to Non-Public Personal Information about you to those employees and service providers who need to know that information to provide products or services to you. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal standards to guard your Non-Public Personal Information. While our security measures are intended to protect your Non-Public Personal Information, the complete security of any transmission over the public internet cannot be guaranteed.
Sharing Non-Public Personal Information.
We may share Non-Public Personal Information with customers of ViaTech (e.g., your employer) to best meet your needs, but we do not disclose Non-Public Personal Information about you with unrelated third parties unless necessary for user authentication or as otherwise permitted by you or by law.
How to Contact Us.
You may choose to opt out of receiving future commercial email messages from us. Each mass commercial email sent by us contains a link with instructions on how to remove yourself from our email list. Please note that if you are a current employee of one of our customers, and you opt out of receiving commercial email from us, you will continue to receive email from us regarding operational issues surrounding publications from your employer.