1.This Policy and Your Use of this Website.
Your use of this Website is governed by the Terms & Conditions, which are a contract between you and Thoughtblox regarding your use of this Website. If you have not already reviewed the Terms & Conditions, please review them now prior to continuing to use this Website.
2.Information We Collect.
We may use our Website to collect a variety of information, including, but not limited to: A)contact information (e.g., name, address, telephone number, e-mail address);B)payment information;C)demographic information (e.g., age, gender, birthday); andD)electronic information such as IP addresses, browser types, access times, page views, and other information collected by online tracking tools.
3.How We Collect Information.
We typically collect information from our Website visitors in one of two ways. First, we may collect information that our Website visitors voluntarily provide to us when registering for one of our services or contacting us with questions or comments regarding our services. Second, we may collect information passively from our visitors using common online tracking tools such as web beacons, "cookies", and location-based data services.
4.How We Use Information.
Thoughtblox may use information collected from you on this Website in a variety of ways. Generally, we use such information to respond to our customers, improve our products and customer service, and strengthen the security of this Website. More specifically, we may use information we collect from you on this Website to: A)Send you marketing communications about Thoughtblox and our products;B)Notify you about upcoming promotions on this Website;C)Review and improve our Website;D)Respond to your inquiries;E)Conduct marketing research;F)Protect and improve the security of this Website; andG)Take any other actions and implement any other policies intended to improve our customer service and customer experience.
5.Disclosure of Information.
Thoughtblox may disclose information collected from you on this Website to our subsidiaries, affiliates, employees, and agents (collectively, the "Thoughtblox Family"). These disclosures typically will allow a member of the Thoughtblox Family to improve our Website and provide better service to our customers by performing one of the functions listed above in Section 4 of this Policy. Thoughtblox does not sell your personal information to third parties. From time to time, however, Thoughtblox may disclose information collected from you on this Website to third-party service providers retained by Thoughtblox to assist in its customer service and marketing efforts. When Thoughtblox discloses your information to a third-party service provider, Thoughtblox only discloses the information necessary for the third party to perform their specific service(s). Thoughtblox also requires such third party to protect your information and does not allow such third-party to use your information for any other purpose. Except as set otherwise forth in this Policy, Thoughtblox does not sell, transfer, or disclose personal information to third parties outside of the Thoughtblox Family unless we are required to transfer or disclose such personal information in cooperation with an ongoing law enforcement investigation, in response to the judicial process, to comply with other legal requirements, or to assist on any matter relating to public safety or health.
Thoughtblox does not knowingly request, solicit, collect, or otherwise obtain personal information online from anyone under the age of 13 on this Website. If we receive actual knowledge that we have collected or received personal information online from anyone under the age of 13, we will delete that information from our records as soon as reasonably practicable. If you are a parent or guardian and are aware that your child has provided Thoughtblox with personal information online, we encourage you to contact us at your convenience so that we can delete your child's personal information from our records as soon as reasonably practicable.Although Thoughtblox does not knowingly collect personal information online from anyone under the age of 13, parents should be aware that the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA") would in most cases require Thoughtblox to obtain verifiable parental consent to collect personal information online from a person under the age of 13. COPPA also allows parents to: (a) choose whether their child's personal information will be disclosed to any third parties prior to any such disclosure; (b) access their child's personal information upon request; (c) remove or delete the child's personal information; and (d) opt-out of future collection or use of the child's personal information. Finally, COPPA prohibits Thoughtblox and other website operators from conditioning a child's participation in a contest, game, or other activity upon the child disclosing more personal information than is reasonably necessary to participate in that contest, game, or other activity.If you would like more information about COPPA, please visit the FTC for additional information.
At Thoughtblox, we use what we believe are industry-standard security practices to protect your personal information. Despite our efforts, however, we are unable to guarantee that any personal information we collect from you will remain completely secure. No technology is foolproof, and information storage systems occasionally can be breached and accessed by third parties in violation of the law. Therefore, we encourage you to use caution when using the internet or any mobile device and to take reasonable steps to protect the confidentiality of your passwords, account information, and payment information.
This Policy applies only to personal information collected on this Website. This Website may contain links to third-party websites that are not owned or operated by Thoughtblox, and you may or may not receive notice that you are leaving this Website. Thoughtblox is not responsible for the policies, content, and practices of such third-party websites, and you visit such third-party websites at your own risk. As a result, we encourage you to refer to the privacy policies of those websites to learn more about the policies and practices of such websites.
9.Updates to this Policy.
By visiting and using our Website, you are agreeing to the practices described in this Policy. From time to time, we may need to revise this Policy to reflect changes in our practices and policies concerning your privacy. When we update this Policy, we will post the changes immediately. Thereafter, your continued use of this Website constitutes acceptance of our revised Policy.