WebspacePublishing’s Privacy Statement
WebspacePublishing’s services are for individuals over the age of eighteen. WebspacePublishing does not knowingly market to individuals under that age.
Third Parties May Have Different Privacy Policies from WebspacePublishing
3. WebspacePublishing complies with EU-US Privacy Shield and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Frameworks
How WebspacePublishing Collects Information
Depending on their use of WebspacePublishing’s services, WebspacePublishing collects information from Users in the following ways:
From WebspacePublishing’s web server
Using temporary internet files such as cookies, transparent gifs, and other similar tools (Identification Tools)
Directly from Users.
Information WebspacePublishing Collects from Web Server Logs
Internet protocol address
The type of browser or computer used
The number of links clicked within WebspacePublishing’s website
The state or country from which our website was accessed
The date and time of visit
The name of internet service provider used to access WebspacePublishing’s website
The web page visited prior to coming to WebspacePublishing’s website
The pages viewed on WebspacePublishing’s website
Information Collected by WebspacePublishing Directly from Users
a. Registration Information
b. Identification Tools
WebspacePublishing may use automated Identification Tools like cookies and Google Analytics. Each of these Identification Tools work differently, however, they all collect information related to the website you came to WebspacePublishing from, a User’s operating system, browser type, where Users go on WebspacePublishing’s website, length of time on WebspacePublishing’s website, and where a User goes after visiting WebspacePublishing’s website. In addition, Identification Tools may keep Users logged into WebspacePublishing’s system. From time-to-time, WebspacePublishing may use Identification Tools that will be used to serve advertising and other information to Users after they visit WebspacePublishing’s website. Because the technologies underlying Identification Tools differ, Users may, or may not, be able to choose not to provide information to them.
c. Support Information
When Users contact WebspacePublishing for support for their services they will be asked to match certain information that is in their Registration Information. This information will be used to identify them personally. In the course of providing support to Users, WebspacePublishing may annotate the Registration Information with information disclosed while providing support (Support Information).
d. FAQ and Forum Information
WebspacePublishing offers Users the ability to exchange information about its services, and their experiences with these services (Forum Information). Forum Information is publicly accessible and may be indexed by search engines and other tools. Users are not required to disclose information that will identify them personally in order to participate in these tools. All Forum Information may be accessed and used by third parties for purposes known and unknown to WebspacePublishing.
WebspacePublishing takes the security of its network very seriously. To ensure network security, data integrity and privacy, WebspacePublishing uses programs that monitor network traffic and access to its network. These programs collect information regarding User’s use of WebspacePublishing’s services, website and network (Traffic Information).
b. Specific Information
Web Server Logs (described in paragraph 5)
Registration Information (described in paragraph 6)
WebspacePublishing will use Registration Information throughout its business and will pass Registration Information on to third parties for processing and use as necessary to provide WebspacePublishing’s services to Users. WebspacePublishing requires these third parties to limit their use of Registration Information to those uses that facilitate providing WebspacePublishing’s services to Users.
Identification Tools (described in paragraph 6)
Support Information (described in paragraph 6)
Support Information may identify Users individually. In addition to providing support to Users, WebspacePublishing may disclose Support Information to third party vendors in order to provide the support requested by the User. These third parties may disclose and use Support Information to improve their business processes and for marketing. Unless necessary to provide support to Users, WebspacePublishing will not disclose Support Information containing information that identifies Users individually to these third parties. During a support request, Users may request that WebspacePublishing not disclose Support Information to third parties. This request will prevent WebspacePublishing from providing support to Users.
Traffic Information (described in paragraph 7)
Traffic Information may identify Users individually. WebspacePublishing will only use Traffic Information to ensure the integrity of its network, and for no other purpose. Traffic Information may be disclosed by WebspacePublishing to comply with its legal obligations and to law enforcement upon when obligated to do so. We also may be required to disclose an individual’s personal information in response to a lawful request by public authorities, including to meet national security or law enforcement requirements.
How WebspacePublishing Protects your Information
WebspacePublishing uses technical security measures to prevent the loss, misuse, alternation or unauthorized disclosure of information under our control. WebspacePublishing uses security measures including and not limited to: firewalls, nonpublic facing systems, complex passwords, anti-virus, and mitigation and detection software. When WebspacePublishing asks Users to provide financial information (such as a credit card number) that data is protected using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology. Electronic communication (for example: email, online chat, or instant messaging) that Users may send WebspacePublishing may not be secure unless WebspacePublishing advises a User in advance that security measures will be in place prior to transmitting the information. Users should not send confidential information such as financial information, social security numbers or passwords to WebspacePublishing through unsecured electronic communication.
We will provide an individual opt-out or opt-in choice before we share their data with third parties other than our agents, or before we use it for a purpose other than which it was originally collected or subsequently authorized.
To limit the use and disclosure of your personal information, please submit a written request to privacy@WebspacePublishing.com.