What kinds of personally identifying information do we collect on the WTM Site?
- When you register for the Forums, we ask you for your e-mail address.
- If you â€œcontact us,â€ we ask you for your name and e-mail address.
How do we use the personally identifying information that we collect on the WTM Site?
- We use your e-mail address when you sign up for the Forums to send you a "click on this link" e-mail to confirm your registration, as a precaution to avoid automated spam.
- We will use your e-mail address to contact you if something goes wrong with your user account and you are unable to sign on.
With whom do we share the personally identifying information that we collect on the WTM Site?
- We do not share your personally identifying information with anyone in the course of our regular business operations.
- If PHP assigns or otherwise transfers the operations of the WTM Site that relates to your personally identifying information, PHP will transfer your personally identifying information to the successor entity.
- If PHP is required to disclose your personally identifying information by any applicable law, court order, or government regulation, that company will comply with such law, court order, or regulation.
If you are a California resident, and you want to find out the names of any information brokers or any other third parties with whom we share your personally identifying information under California Privacy (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code Â§ 22575 et seq. (â€œCal-OPPAâ€)), send a request to:
Peace Hill Press
18021 The Glebe Lane
Charles City, VA 23030
Within thirty (30) days, we will provide you with that information. (We are obligated to put this here, even though we do not share your information with anyone.)
What other kinds of identifying information are collected when you use the WTM Site?
- The WTM Site also automatically collects aggregated information, demographic information and any other information that does not reveal your specific identity but that relates to your use of the WTM Site. This kind of information is â€œpassivelyâ€ collected from you through browser navigational tools, such as cookies and pixel tags. These types of technologies enable the WTM Site to compile statistics about our daily number of site visitors or specific page requests, while not identifying you personally, other than by your IP address, which is the Internet Protocol address of the computer that you use to access the Site.
- A cookie is a small data file that a Web site transfers to a user's hard drive when a user visits the Web site. A cookie file can contain information such as a unique ID that the site uses to track the pages visited, and is a standard method of registering website user preferences. These preferences are stored in a file on your computer's hard disk drive.
- Cookies make it easier for you to use the WTM Site by enabling you to access your information when you "sign in" to your account, to make purchases and move uninterrupted between site areas.
- We use â€œanalyticalâ€ cookies to recognize and count the number of visitors to the WTM Site and to see how visitors move around the WTM Site when theyâ€™re using it. Cookies also allow us to provide you with customized content, keep track of preferences you specify while visiting the WTM Site, conduct general analysis and research, and identify purchases that you make in response to our advertising This helps us improve the way the WTM Site works, for example by making sure users find what they need easily.
- You can set your browser to accept all cookies, to reject cookies, or to notify you whenever a cookie is offered so that you can decide each time whether to accept it. Rejecting a cookie, however, may preclude you from using, or may negatively affect the display or function of, the WTM Site or certain areas or features of the WTM Site. To learn more about cookies, including how to enable cookies, change your browser settings and find and delete cookies on your hard drive, please refer to your web browser's help menus or visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
- We may also use an application known as a "web beacon." A web beacon is an electronic file that usually consists of a single-pixel image. It can be placed on a web page or in an email to transmit information, which could include personal information. We use a web beacon for FacebookÂ® that allows us to advertise on Facebook to people who have visited the WTM Site. If you are on the WTM Site when the Facebook web beacon is running, and then we run a â€œlikeâ€ campaign on Facebook when you are on Facebook, you will see a â€œLike usâ€ ad for Peace Hill Press. We also may use web beacons to assist in tracking and analyzing advertising effectiveness, verify purchases made on the WTM Site, count and recognize site visitors, and personalize your experience.
Can any third party track your use of the WTM Site?
- If you visit the WTM Site from or through a third-party site, such as a shopping comparison site or a site that carries an ad for the WTM Site, that site may monitor your visit to the WTM Site. We suggest you review the privacy and security policies of any site you are on so that you know whether this may happen.
- With some browsers, it is possible for a user to activate a â€œDo Not Trackâ€ signal, to indicate that the user does not want to be tracked across the Web sites that the user visits. The WTM Site does not respond to Do Not Track signals. In other words, if you have activated a Do Not Track signal in your own browser, the WTM Site will not take any action to block tracking by Google or its affiliates of your activity on the WTM Site.
How can you manage your personally identifying information on the WTM Site?
To keep your personally identifying information accurate, current, and complete, you can log in to your own account, or you can contact:
Peace Hill Press
18021 The Glebe Lane
Charles City, VA 23030
- To keep your personally identifying information accurate, current, and complete, you can log in to your own account, or you can contact:
How do we protect and maintain the integrity of your personally identifying information on the WTM Site?
- We use SSL certificates to protect your personal information as you transmit it from your computer to the WTM Site and to protect your information from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. We also use a software program to stop certain kinds of attacks. But no Internet transmission is ever 100% secure or error-free. In particular, e-mail sent to or from the WTM Site may not be secure. Be careful about sending us any confidential information, and keep secure any passwords, ID numbers, or other special access features that you use on the WTM Site.
How will you know if this policy has changed?
The Well-Trained Mind Community, 18021 The Glebe Lane, Charles City, Virginia, 23030