A. “Non-Personal Information” is information that is in no way personally identifiable and that is obtained automatically through your simple use of the Site with a web browser or the Service.
B. “Personally Identifiable Information” is non-public information that is personally identifiable and obtained in connection with providing a product or service to you. It may include information such as name and address.
When you enter the Site, we collect Non-Personal Information such as your browser type and IP address. Likewise, in order to offer you meaningful products and services and for other reasons, we may collect Personally Identifiable Information about you from the following sources:
In order to become a User (as defined in the Terms), you must provide us the following information to create an account: email address, your Twitter username and authorization to access your Twitter account. To become a ThoughtFlame subscriber, you must provide us with your valid credit card information for billing.
ThoughtFlame may request other information from you during or after the registration process that ThoughtFlame uses to provide better and more customized services to Users. you acknowledge that this information is personal to you, and by creating an account on ThoughtFlame, you may allow others, including ThoughtFlame, to identify you and to allow ThoughtFlame to use your information in accordance with the Terms.
We collect information when you interact with ThoughtFlame’s customer service in order to accurately categorize and respond to customer inquiries and investigate breaches of our Terms.
In the course of optimizing the Service to our Users, we may allow authorized third parties to place or recognize a unique cookie on your browser. Any information provided to third parties through cookies will not be personally identifiable, but may provide general segment information for the enhancement of your user experience by providing more relevant advertising. ThoughtFlame does not store unencrypted personally identifiable information in the cookies.
Due to the communications standards on the internet, when you visit the Site we automatically receive the URL of the site from which you came and the site to which you are going when you leave ThoughtFlame’s Site. ThoughtFlame also receives the internet protocol (“IP”) address of your computer (or the proxy server you use to access the World Wide web), your computer operating system and type of web browser you are using, email patterns, your mobile device (including your UDID) and mobile operating system (if you are accessing the Site using a mobile device), as well as the name of your ISP or your mobile carrier. ThoughtFlame may also receive location data passed to it from third-party services or GPS-enabled devices that you have enabled. Also, as described above in Section 2.D. ThoughtFlame receives information when you access third-party web pages through the Service. The link between your IP address and your personally identifiable information is not shared with third parties without your permission, except as described in Section 10.B. (“Compliance with Legal Process”), below.
ThoughtFlame uses and/or intends to use Personal Information to perform the following services including, but not limited to:
The Site and/or Software may contain links to other websites. ThoughtFlame is not responsible for the actions, practices, or content of such websites linked to or from the Site and/or Software. you understand that such websites may have their own legal documents to which you must agree to prior to using and that we have no control over these legal documents. As always, you understand that it is your responsibility to verify your legal use of a website as well as use of information from the website with the corresponding website owner.
ThoughtFlame may combine Non-Personal Information you provide through the Site with information from other users to create aggregate data that may be disclosed to third parties. Aggregate information does not contain any information that could be used to identify you and does not include your personal contact information.
Except as set forth below or as specifically agreed to by you, ThoughtFlame will not disclose any Personally Identifiable Information as gathered from you on the Site.
A. We may share Personally Identifiable information in limited fashion to our contractors and service providers that perform services on our behalf, including, but not limited to, operation of the Site technology, marketing services, and other related services. Unless you have opted-out (see Section 9.C. below) of such sharing, these contractors also may have access to your email address to send newsletters or special promotions to you on our behalf or to send emails to you for purposes such as conducting market research on our behalf. Access to your Personally Identifiable Information by such contractors and service providers is limited to the information reasonably necessary for the contractor to perform its limited function for ThoughtFlame. we also contractually require that such contractors and service providers: 1) protect the privacy of your Personally Identifiable Information consistent with this Policy, and 2) not use or disclose your Personally Identifiable Information for any purpose other than providing us with products and services as required by law.
B. If you prefer that we do not share certain information with our contractors and service provider, as described above, you can direct us not to share that information by contacting us. Please note that an opt-out with respect to information sharing will not apply to information sharing arrangements described Sections 9.A or B.
Our site utilizes various information security measures such as internet firewalls, an intrusion detection system, encrypted data transmission, and operating procedures to protect your personal data, accounts, passwords, etc. This information is kept completely separate and confidential.
ThoughtFlame and its affiliates fully comply with the federal CAN-SPAM Act. you can always opt out of receipt of further email correspondence from us.
Pursuant to Section 1798.83 of the California Civil Code, residents of California can obtain certain information about the types of Personally Identifiable Information that companies with whom they have an established business relationship have shared with third parties for direct marketing purposes during the preceding calendar year. In particular, the law provides that companies must inform consumers about the categories of Personally Identifiable Information that have been shared with third parties, the names and addresses of those third parties, and examples of the types of services or products marketed by those third parties.
Should you have a privacy question about the Site and/or Software, please contact us.