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We may collect your personal information in the following ways:
Types of Information we may collect:
We love that you are visiting our Today in American History, and want to make sure we treat this relationship with respect, which means we don’t keep secrets about what we know about you. We collect your personal information when you visit us; this includes your name, your e-mail address, your username, your street address, your phone number and your birthdate. We also learn information from you when you navigate through our Today in American History based on cookies, web beacons, internet-based analytics and other tracking tools. This information is collected automatically and includes things like IP address, device ID, browser settings, geolocation, marketing preferences, services registration date/time, and device operating system. We also may obtain information from third parties, affiliates or publicly available sources in order to make sure we know how to provide you with the best customer experience we can provide.
How we may use the information we collect.
Personal information and other information collected by Today in American History may be used to achieve several goals. First, Today in American History will use such information to deliver products and services. We may also use personal information to send relevant communications, to provide relevant marketing messages, and to improve our goods and services. We may also combine your information with publicly available information or information collected by trusted third parties to get to know you better.
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Your Choices regarding collection of your information.
Today in American History gives visitors to Today in American History choices regarding their personal information. We do not require visitors and users of our Site to provide us with personal information. When you voluntarily provide us with this information, you consent to our collection and processing of that information. You may exercise the following choices:
- You may choose to not provide Today in American History with your personally identifiable information (PII).
- You may adjust your browser settings to refuse or decline cookies.
- You may unsubscribe from targeted and other marketing and promotional emails and other communications with us by using the “Unsubscribe” link in those messages.
- Today in American History does not respond to “Do Not Track” signals.
California Privacy Rights:
Today in American History is intended for general audiences and is not intended for children under the age of 13. Please reach out to us at [email protected] if you believe we have collected, or we are collecting personal information from a child under 13. If we become aware or receive notice that we have inadvertently collected this type of information, we will delete the information we have collected.
Personal Information Transferred to the U.S.
Today in American History provides content that is intended only for users located in the United States. In accordance with this policy, we may collect information from users when they visit Today in American History, view with our content, or interact with advertisements. When you visit our Today in American History, even if you are located outside of the United States, you understand and acknowledge that any information collected about you will be transferred and processed to the United States. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at [email protected].
Today in American History Office of Privacy can be reached at [email protected]. If you have any questions, concerns, or comments relating to our privacy practices, please reach out to us.
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA): Rights, provisions to consumer and other mandatory information
Consumer rights provided by The California Consumer Privacy Act:
- The right not to be discriminated against because the consumer exercised any of the new rights under The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The right to request a copy of personal information collected by the company about him or her during the 12 months before their request. The right to have such information deleted by the company.
- The right to request that the consumer’s personal information not be sold to third parties, if applicable.
- The right to request disclosure of the company’s business data collection and sales practices in relation to the customer, which include: the categories of personal information the company has collected, and the source of the information.
Privacy practices at the Company related with The California Consumer Privacy Act:
- The categories of personal information sold in the past 12 months are available in the “Types of Information we may collect” section.
- The process for making a request through either channel is available here. The company will respond within 45 days and no later than 45 days of receiving a personal information request.
- The categories of personal information disclosed for a business purpose in the past 12 months for purposes related to: Undertaking internal research for product/service/technology development, auditing, verify or maintain the quality or safety of a service, and detecting security incidents. performing services on behalf of the business, product/ service troubleshooting.
- The company provides a channel for receiving personal requests: a web page.
- Consumer will be able to make a personal information request twice in a 12-month period Purposes for using each category of collected information can be reviewed in the ‘How we may use the collected information’.
- The company collects information from the requesting consumer so that it can verify his/her identity.
- The company provides a page/link titled “Do Not Sell My Personal Information,”. The consumer can opt out of having his or her information sold. This link can be accessed in the footer of the website home page.
- The sources of each category of personal information are as follows: data partners, data brokers, user-entered data, and from data obtained via cookies.
- A list of all the categories of personal information that have been collected in the past 12 months is available in the “Types of Information We May Collect” section.