1. Types of InformationWeCollect
Personally Identifiable Information (hereinafter referred to as "PII") is any information that can identify or is related to an individual in the specific, such as your name, mailing address, telephone number (including mobile number), address e-mail, credit card, debit card number, bank account number and other financial account information, birth date, gender, occupation, personal interests, demographic and household, etc.. According to the degree that we voluntarily provide PII, we will collect such information. For example, we collect PII from you: (1) when you register to become a member of our site or any of our online communities ( including the areas of social connection in our site and our fan pages on media sites third ), (2) when pointing at one of our mailing lists on or off the Internet, (3) when you register to participate in an event on or off the Internet is sponsored by us (such as contests, sweepstakes, gifts, promotions, surveys, concerts, festivals, community fairs, etc..), (4) when making a transaction with us, whether on or off the Internet as one of our products ordered through our store electronic, and / or (5) when we submit a request or inquiry either inside or outside the Internet (each of the above be referred to hereinafter collectively as a "transaction or request"). Whether or not to publish the IIP is a decision entirely up to you. However, without information, the possibility exists that we cannot process your transaction or request.
Global Information and Limited (hereinafter "AAI ") is any information that cannot be identified or related to a specific individual. For example, we collect anonymous information from groups (demographics, media habits, Internet search habits, interests and preferences, etc.) Related to our viewers and listeners of television and radio programs, participants in our activities and sponsored events, users and members of our Site, and so on. (Hereinafter referred to collectively as "our audience"). We also collect aggregate information regarding traffic to our Site, such as total views the page in a given time; total ad impressions, average amount of time visitors stay on the site each time they visit, percentage of visitors a certain geographic area, etc.. We may also combine "User Information Activities" (as described below) about you and other users of our site to generate information that reflects global activities, habits, preferences, interests, etc.., Our users as a group. Additionally, we can transform it into information PII and not personally identifiable, such as adding your information with information from other individuals, or remove personally identifiable elements (such as names) for "anonymous" or "de- personalize" your information.
User Information Activities (hereinafter "UAI ") refers to information that we collect regarding users activities on our Site. For example, web servers automatically collect our site and link "clickstream data" for all users of our Site, such as IP addresses (which are reference numbers that are automatically assigned to computers and mobile devices users when they are Internet browsing), requests for pages, pages visited, content observed, "clicks" and searches, and so on. We also use "cookies" and similar technologies to collect on our Site UAI (see Section 5 below for more information). To the extent and according to the degree that we use any UAI in a way that specifically identifies a user (for example, if we link or associate this information with the name or address of a user) will be considered PII. Otherwise, all the UAI will be treated as AAI.
2. What We Do With the Information
As a general matter, we use the information (PII and AAI) collected inside and outside the Internet and / or in connection with our audience to improve our products and services (including, without limitation, improve the quality of the pages and content of our Site for that is as attractive as possible for more people) to manage and maintain the operations of our Site, to provide, market and advertise products and services (including those of third parties with whom we do business (hereinafter collectively referred to as "our Business Partners")) to our audience, to administer and manage transactions and relationships with our audience, to customize the experience on and off the Internet of our audience, and to build a strong community (on and off the Internet) for our hearings.
2.1 HowWe Use Information
2.2 Disclosure to Third Parties
3. Access to Information and Your Choice
3.1 Access to Information
If you have an active account on our site, you can access and update your account and preferences at any time (subject to scheduled maintenance on our site), logging into your account and selecting "My Account" and change your preferences later. If you have an active account on our site, or if you provide your information off the Internet, may request access, update and correct information we store, send your request by mail to MOVDigitalMedia Interactive Media, Inc., 1600 N Kraemer Ave., Anaheim, CA. Note: Update My Info. Your request will be processed as soon as reasonably possible after receipt. 3.2 Your Choice You can opt for PII and UAI are not included in all our uses of marketing (including email marketing, mobile marketing and telemarketing), and also can opt for PII and UAI are not shared with our partners to marketing uses. You can send your request by mail to MOVDigitalMedia Interactive Media, Inc., 8200 NW 52nd Terrace, Miami, FL 33166. Caution: Remove from Mailing List. We will honor your request not later than 10 days after receipt of your application (or within the applicable period required by law). To ensure proper processing of your application, please express mention in your email that you want your personal information is not used by MOVDigitalMedia for marketing in the future and that their personal information not is shared for marketing purposes MOVDigitalMedia. Once we have processed your request for your choice, all our marketing uses your PII and UAI and our sharing of your PII and gradually cease UAI. In addition to the above, forcertain uses of your PII marketing and UAI, may exercise its option through the following alternative methods:
- Our Internet email / mobile email marketing (forexample, emailing marketing (includingournewsletter) toyour email accountoryour Internet email accountmobile);
- Use the option (for example, a link to "unsubscribe") provided in an email marketing you have previously received from us.
- Our mobile email marketing (for example, sending marketing messages via SMS, MMS, etc. On his cell phone after you have opted to receive such messages);
- STOP or responds to a marketing message received, or
- Send STOP to short code used for messaging program from which you wish to exercise your option to not be included in the program (if enrolled in multiple messages with the same short code and want to exercise your option to not be included in these programs, send STOP ALL to all short codes).
- Our telemarketing (for example, conducting marketing calls to your phone or mobile phone number);
- Register your phone or your mobile phone number on the national Do- Not- Call, either online at www.donotcall.gov or by calling toll free 1-888-382-1222 from any phone you want to register (Please note that once you register your phone number on the national do- Not- call are required by law to stop marketing calls to your telephone number no later than within 31 days from the date of registration).
4. Child Protection
We take special care to protect the security and privacy of children. Our Site is a general audience site. However, we do not allow children under 13 register on our site for any product or service. Our knowledge not collects Personally Identifiable Information on Users under 13 years.
Children under 13 should always ask permission from their parents or guardians before providing any personally identifiable information to anyone on the Internet. In the event that either parent or legal guardian, you are encouraged to participate in Internet activities of their children and use parental control or other Internet filtering technology to supervise your children access on the Interne
5. "Cookies" and similar technologies – Third Party Advertisers
Our site uses "cookies". The "cookie" is a small amount of data sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer. Generally, we use "cookies " to remind us who you are, IAU collect about your visits to our Site, our products and services designed to suit your personal interests, estimate our audience size, assist our online merchants to verify the visits and sales in its stores and process your order, check your status in our promotions, contests and sweepstakes, and / or analyzing your visiting patterns. You can set your browser to notify you when you are sent a "cookie", giving chance to decide whether to accept it, or you can choose to delete manually routinely and "cookies" stored on your computer. But choose to disable or reject the "cookies ", you can access our Website, but access to all areas of our Site may be restricted. For more information on how to handle "cookies" in your browser, see http://www.aboutcookies.org.
In addition, our website uses so-called "pixel tags", "web beacons", "web bugs", "clear GIFs", etc… (Collectively "Web Beacons") to collect UAI about your visits to our site. These are tiny electronic images attached in the web content (including advertising on the Internet) and e-mail messages, which are typically not visible to users. As the "cookies", web beacons allow us to find pages and results (including advertisements) to those who have access or have been seen by users of our site. Also, when you send HTML emails with our audience (as opposed to plain text), Web Beacons can be attached in the email to allow us to monitor the inputs so that we can identify additional trends and individual use, in order to provide our audience with content and offers more relevant. Web beacons contained in emails can recognize activities such as when mail is opened, how many times a message is re- posting, the links to be coming through the mail, etc.. Web beacons cannot be rejected when sent through a website. However, Web Beacons may be rejected when sent via email. If you do not wish to receive Web Beacons via email, you must deprogram disable HTML images or HTML formatting in emails through your email software (select the text-only).
5.1 Use of "Cookies" and similar technologies – Third Party Advertisers
We may use advertising companies, including so-called "network advertisers" or "network advertisers" (hereinafter referred to collectively as "Third -public") to develop or manage ads on our Site. The first time you visit our Site, such third – Advertisers may use "cookies" and Web beacons to collect UAI about your visits to our Site and to provide advertisements based on their interest directly to your browser. For more information about data use practices of these third – Advertisers and how they can apply on your choice to not use your information, please visithttp://www.networkadvertising.org/managing/principles.asp http://www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp.
5.2 Functions of Third Parties
Our Site contains links to / or enables certain features of third parties to improve your experience at our Site, including without limitation, social modules which may include third party content submitted through social networks (in English, social plug -ins), tools and APIs. Prior to the use of any third party functions (for example, Facebook choice "like") on our Site, you should consult the privacy policies of third party suppliers on these functions (for example, Facebook) since we have no control over that information that is distributed or collected by, such third party or use them to give information. The privacy policies and information practices of these third parties may differ significantly from ours, so we do not make any representation or warranty on its policies and practices. Your communications and interactions with such third party are solely between you and such third parties, and at their own risk.
5.3 "DoubleClick´s DART cookie"
For more information about the "DoubleClick DART cookie" which is used by Google in the advertising of websites that display AdSense advertisers to the content of the ads can be found http://www.doubleclick.com/privacy/faq.aspx.
5.4 Flash Cookies
At any time, we may or third – Advertisers can use "Flash cookies" or similar technology for purposes of verification or storage preferences when developing or managing ads on our Site. To learn more about what a "Flash cookie" (also known as "local shared object" (in English, "local shared object "or" LSO")) and what a "Flash cookie", please visit http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/articles/lso/ and http://epic.org/privacy/cookies/flash.html.You should know that "Flash cookies" cannot be rejected, disabled, off, opted not to be received, or deleted in the same way that "cookies" as regular HTML site. "Flash cookies" may remain on your computer even after you have rejected, disabled, opted not to receive, or delete "cookies" regular. For more information as you can manage or delete "Flash cookies", please visithttp://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/articles/lso/ http://epic.org/privacy/cookies/flash.html http://www.aboutcookies.org/Default.aspx?page=2 http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html
Protecting the security of your Personally Identifiable Information you share with us is very important. However, unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that data transmission over the Internet or data storage is 100 % secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your Personally Identifiable Information, we cannot guarantee the security of any information you transmit to or from our Site, and therefore do so at your own risk. By accessing our Site, you acknowledge and agree that we notify you by email in the event of a violation of security involving your Personally Identifiable Information.
We encourage you to keep your password in a safe place and not divulge it to anyone. Also remember to sign off your account and close your browser window when you have finished your visit. This is to ensure that others cannot access your account, especially if you are sharing a computer with someone else or are using a computer in a public place such as a library or Internet cafe.
7. Links to Sites, Services or Third Party Products
8. Policy Changes
9. Effective Date of PrivacyPolicy