The TMI Project (tmiproject.org)
Date of Policy: January 1st, 2016
This Policy applies to the information that is collected via this website (www.tmiproject.org), or via third party services or programs associated with this website. By accessing or viewing this website you agree to this policy. Where you link away from the Website, including where you click on social media buttons embedded on the Website pages (e.g., Facebook, Instagram or Google+), this Policy does not apply to any information that may be collected on those other websites.
Changes to this Policy
From time to time, TMI Project may decide to modify, add, or delete portions of this Policy. If it does so, your continued use of the Website after any such changes have been made means you agree to such changes. Please check back regularly to ensure you are aware of the most up to date terms.
What information does TMI Project collect?
“Personal Information” – information that identifies you
Contact information: when you sign up via the Website to receive our newsletters or to attend our workshops, or to ask a question about our services you may provide contact details such as name, email address and other contact details.
Other information about you: when you ask us a question. leave a message via the Website or as a part of the TMI Project programs you may include information about you and about events and people in your life.
Transaction Information: when you make a donation through the website the transaction is conducted by PayPal and you will be required to submit financial and contact information. Please note that TMI Project does not have access to the credit or debit card details.
“Non-Personal Information” – information that does not identify you
When you use the Website, TMI Project may also collect certain information that does not, on its own, identify you individually. For example, TMI Project may collect your IP address, browser information and website domain name when you access the Website. It may also collect information about the equipment you use to access the Website (eg or example, the type and version of your device’s operating system or web browser), TMI Project may also collect information regarding pages that you visit and functionality you use within the Website.
How does TMI Project use your information?
TMI Project uses your information to provide you the Website and the services you request via the Website.
TMI Project uses your contact information to provide the services you requested (eg provide you newsletters, respond to questions about our services) and to contact you in relation to these requests, as appropriate. TMI Project may also use your Personal Information to contact you about your donations and about its services generally, where legally permissible to do so.
TMI Project also uses information to enforce the Website terms of service and understand how the Website is used so that we can continuously improve them, and the services we provide to you.
Sharing Information with Third Parties
TMI Project uses third parties to perform some functions on its behalf – including (but not limited to) providing website services, credit card processing and email marketing services. These third parties are provided the information needed to provide the services and these third parties are subject to obligation to maintain the confidentiality and security of the information.
TMI Project may disclose Personal Information to government authorities, and to other third parties when required or permissible to do so under law, including, without limitation, in response to court orders and subpoenas or in the interests of personal or public safety.
If the TMI Project or substantially all of its assets, are transferred to or acquired by one or more third parties as a result of consolidation, corporate reorganization or acquisition Personal Information and/or Non-Personal Information may be one of the transferred assets.
Cookies and Similar Technologies
TMI Project uses cookie and similar technologies such as HTTP cookies, flash cookies, HTML5 and Flash local storage, web beacons/GIFs, embedded scripts, e-tags/cache browsers – collectively “Cookies” to collect “Non-Personal Information”.
You can control what Cookies are accepted on your device using your browser settings. Please note that if you disable cookies you may not be able to access all the functionality of the Website.
TMI Project implements and maintains reasonable security procedures and practices appropriate to the nature of the information, to protect the Personal Information from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure. You understand and agree, however, that no transmission of data over the internet is guaranteed to be completely secure.
Children and Minors
The Website is not intended for use by children under the age of 13. TMI Project does not knowingly collect Personal Information from children under the age of 13. If you are under the age of 13, you must not provide us with any Personal Information immediately discontinue use of this website. If a parent or guardian becomes aware that his or her child under 13 has provided us with information without his or her consent, he or she should contact us at email@example.com. As required by law, we will delete such information from our files within a reasonable time.
California minors under 18 years old may request the removal of any information posted by a minor on the Website by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon such request, TMI Project will anonymize or remove from public view any content posted by a minor to the Website unless required by law to retain such content or information.
Rights and Choices around Personal Information
If you have subscribed to one or more of our email newsletters or are receiving them from us and you don’t want them anymore, you can unsubscribe. Select the “unsubscribe” link in the email or contact us at email@example.com. Please note that you may still receive service related emails from us if you, for example, sign up to attend one of our workshops.
Your California Privacy Rights
As of January 1, 2005, California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits end users who are California residents to request certain information regarding disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the phrase “Privacy Request” in the email subject line.
California Business & Professions Code Section 22575(b) (as amended effective January 1, 2014) provides that California residents are entitled to know how TMI Project responds to “Do Not Track” browser settings. TMI Project does not currently take actions to respond to Do Not Track signals because a uniform technological standard has not yet been developed.
If you have any questions about this Policy or TMI Project’s privacy practices, you may contact us at email@example.com.