Article 1 – DEFINITIONS:
d) DATA CONTROLLER: Data Controller is the publisher, owner, and operator of the Website and is the Party responsible for the collection of information described herein. Data Controller shall be referred to either by Data Controller’s name or “Data Controller,” as listed above. If Data Controller or Data Controller’s property shall be referred to through first-person pronouns, it shall be through the use of the following: us, we, our, ours, etc.
f) GOODS: “Goods” means any goods that we make available for sale on the Website.
g) SERVICES: “Services” means any services that we make available for sale on the Website.
h) PERSONAL DATA: “Personal DATA” means personal data and information that we obtain from you in connection with your use of the Website which is capable of identifying you in any manner.
Article 2 – GENERAL INFORMATION:
All information provided by individuals to Meaningful World, also known as the Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention (“ATOP”), is confidential unless otherwise noted. We are committed to the protection of your privacy while you use our Website. ATOP does not disclose, give, sell or transfer any personal information about our visitors, unless required for law enforcement or statute.
Information subject to change:
Any information on this site may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Furthermore, the information may change without notice. These legal notices are subject to change without notice.
Article 3 -CONTACT:
The Party responsible for the primarily processing of your personal data is as follows: ATOP. The Data Controller may be contacted as follows:
185 East 85th St. Mezzanine #4
New York, NY 10028 USA
The Data Controller and operator of the Website are one and the same.
Article 4 – LOCATION:
Please be advised the data processing activities take place in the United States, outside the European Economic Area. Data may also be transferred to companies within the United States, but will only be done so in a manner that complies with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR. The location where the data processing activities take place is as follows:
185 East 85th St. Mezzanine #4
New York, NY 10028 USA
Article 5 – MODIFICATIONS AND REVISIONS:
Article 6 – THE PERSONAL DATA WE RECEIVE FROM YOU:
Depending on how you use our Website, you will be subject to different types of Personal Data collected and different manners of collection:
a) Recognized users: You, as a user of the Website, may be asked to register in order to use the Website or to purchase the Goods and/or Services available for sale or make a donation.
During the process of your registration, we will collect some of the following Personal Data from you through your voluntary disclosure:
Name, email address, physical address, telephone number, etc.
Personal Data may be asked for in relation to:
I) Interaction with our representatives in any way
II) making purchases and donations
III) receiving notifications by text message or email about marketing
IV) receiving general emails from us
V) establishing recurring automatic payments as donations
VI) Publishing in press releases related to missions, and other media such as flyers, newsletters, videos, photos, and more.
b) Unregistered users: If you are a passive user of the Website and do not register for any purchases or other service, you may still be subject to certain passive data collection (“Passive Data Collection”). Such Passive Data Collection may include through cookies, as described below, IP address information, location information, and certain browser data, such as history and/or session information.
c) All users: The Passive Data Collection which applies to Unregistered users shall also apply to all other users and/or visitors of our Website.
d) Donations & Sales & Billing Information: In order to purchase any of the goods or services on the Website or make a donation, you will be asked to provide certain credit information, billing address information, and possibly additional specific information so that you may be properly charged for your purchases. This payment and billing information may be stored for the following period: 5 years. If so, it will be used exclusively to assist you with making future donations and purchases with us.
If you choose to donate to our organization or purchase items, secure servers from third party payment processors are used to encrypt this information. We have reasonable security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of any personal information we receive. We follow generally accepted industry standards to protect personal information, per Federal Trade Commission recommendations. However, as with any transmission over the Internet, there is always some element of risk involved in processing personal information. Standard credit card information (name, card type, card number, expiration date, etc.) is collected to process the financial transaction. This allows us to process, fulfill, and acknowledge your donation or order. Information is only shared with staff necessary to support this website, except when required by law.
e) Email Marketing: You may be asked to provide certain Personal Data, such as your name and email address, for the purpose of receiving email marketing communications. This information will only be obtained through your voluntary disclosure and you will be asked to affirmatively opt-in to email marketing communications.
f) Other Information: In addition to collecting the Personal Data as already described herein, we may also collect the following Personal Data:
Ex: Short biographical information for our volunteers.
Article 7 – THE PERSONAL DATA WE RECEIVE AUTOMATICALLY:
Cookies: We may collect information from you through automatic tracking systems (such as information about your browsing preferences) as well as through information that you volunteer to us (such as information that you provide during a registration process or at other times while using the Website, as described above).
A cookie consists of a reduced set of data transferred to your browser from a web server and it can only be read by the server that made the transfer. This is not executable code and does not transmit viruses.
Technical cookies: Technical cookies, which can also sometimes be called HTML cookies, are used for navigation and to facilitate your access to and use of the site. They are necessary for the transmission of communications on the network or to supply services requested by you. The use of technical cookies allows the safe and efficient use of the site. You can manage or request the general deactivation or cancelation of cookies through your browser. If you do this though, please be advised this action might slow down or prevent access to some parts of the site.
Cookies may also be retransmitted by an analytics or statistics provider to collect aggregated information on the number of users and how they visit the Website. These are also considered technical cookies when they operate as described.
Temporary session cookies are deleted automatically at the end of the browsing session – these are mostly used to identify you and ensure that you don’t have to log in each time – whereas permanent cookies remain active longer than just one particular session.
Third-party cookies: We may also utilize third-party cookies, which are cookies sent by a third-party to your computer. Permanent cookies are often third-party cookies. The majority of third-party cookies consist of tracking cookies used to identify online behavior, understand interests and then customize advertising for users.
Third-party analytical cookies may also be installed. They are sent from the domains of the aforementioned third parties external to the site. Third-party analytical cookies are used to detect information on user behavior on our Website. This place anonymously, in order to monitor the performance and improve the usability of the site. Third-party profiling cookies are used to create profiles relating to users, in order to propose advertising in line with the choices expressed by the users themselves.
Profiling cookies: We may also use profiling cookies, which are those that create profiles related to the user and are used in order to send advertising to the user’s browser. When these types of cookies are used, we will receive your explicit consent.
Support in configuring your browser: You can manage cookie through the settings of your browser on your device. However, deleting cookies from your browser may remove the preferences you have set for this Website.
For further information and support, you can also visit the specific help page of the web browser you are using:
– Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-orallow-cookies
– Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-us/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-websitepreferences
– Safari: http://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/
– Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=en
Log Data: Like all websites and mobile applications, this Website also makes use of log files which store automatic information collected during user visits. The different types of log data could be as follows:
– internet protocol (IP) address; – type of browser and device parameters used to connect to the Website; – name of the Internet Service Provider (ISP); – date and time of visit; – web page of origin of the user (referral) and exit; – possibly the number of clicks.
The aforementioned information is processed in an automated form and collected in an exclusively aggregated manner in order to verify the correct functioning of the site, and for security reasons. This information will be processed according to the legitimate interests of the Data Controller.
For security purposes (spam filters, firewalls, virus detection), the automatically recorded data may also possibly include Personal Data such as IP address, which could be used, in accordance with applicable laws, in order to block attempts at damage to the Website or damage to other users, or in the case of harmful activities or crime. Such data are never used for the identification or profiling of the user, but only for the protection of the Website and our users. Such information will be treated according to the legitimate interests of the Data Controller.
Article 8 – THIRD PARTIES:
We may utilize third party service providers (“Third Party Service Providers”), from time to time or all the time, to help us with our Website, and to help serve you.
We may use Third Party Service Providers to assist with information storage (such as cloud storage).
We may provide some of your Personal Data to Third Party Service Providers in order to help us track usage data, such as referral websites, dates and times of page requests, etc.
We use this information to understand patterns of usage of, and to improve, the Website.
We may use Third Party Service Providers to host the Website. In this instance, the Third
Party Service Provider will have access to your Personal Data.
We may use Third Party Service Providers to fulfill orders in relation to the Website.
We may use Third Party Service Providers for the following services in relation to the Website:
Ex: The website uses third party comment moderators to review and look over all comments and then approve or deny
Your Personal Data will not be sold or otherwise transferred to other third parties without your approval.
We may also share your Personal Data with the following third party affiliates:
Ex: University research labs, government organizations, partnered non-profit organizations, United Nations, etc.
We cannot not guarantee that outside websites comply with any particular standard of quality or privacy, and will not be liable for external breaches.
Article 9 – SOCIAL NETWORK PLUGINS:
The collection and use of information obtained by means of the plugin are governed by the respective privacy policies of the social networks, which can be found below:
Google+: http: //www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies
Article 10 – HOW PERSONAL DATA IS STORED:
We use secure physical and digital systems to store your Personal Data when appropriate. We ensure that your Personal Data is protected against unauthorized access, disclosure, or destructions.
Please note, however, that no system involving the transmission of information via the internet, or the electronic storage of data, is completely secure. However, we take the protection and storage of your Personal Data very seriously. We take all reasonable steps to protect your Personal Data in both physical and digital form.
The systems and procedures that we use to store your information include but are not limited to:
Ex: We ensure that only necessary staff members with valid authorization (not more than 5) have access to personal user information data, and monitor to protect from data breaches.
Personal Data is stored throughout your relationship with us. We delete your Personal Data upon request for cancelation of your account or other general request for the deletion of data.
In the event of a breach of your Personal Data, you will be notified in a reasonable time frame, but in no event later than two weeks, and we will follow all applicable laws regarding such breach.
Article 11 – PURPOSES OF PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA:
If you voluntarily choose to provide ATOP with personal information – for example, completing a “Contact Us” inquiry, leaving a comment, or completing a survey – we may use that information to respond to your message and/or help us get you the information or services you asked for. This information processing is necessary for fulfilling the legitimate interests of the request.
Submitting personal information is voluntary and not required to access website content. We will retain the information only for as long as necessary to support the mission of this website, for a maximum of 5 years; paper form is maintained and destroyed in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines, available here: https://www.ftc.gov/tipsadvice/business-center/guidance/protecting-personal-information-guide-business; https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2004-11-24/pdf/04-25937.pdf.
However, if you choose to receive alerts or e-newsletters, we collect your email address to complete the subscription process. If you choose to provide us with personally identifiable information (PII), that is information that is personal in nature and which may be used to identify you – through an email, request for information, paper or electronic forms, questionnaires, customer satisfaction surveys, research studies, etc., we will maintain the information provided only as long as needed to fulfill the stated purpose.
We primarily use your Personal Data to process donor and volunteer information consistent with the purposes and mission of ATOP. This includes intern and volunteer applications, managing our newsletter and correspondence list, recording and processing donations, helping us provide a better experience for you on our Website, and to provide you the services and/or information you may have requested.
Information that does not identify you personally, but that may assist in providing us broad overviews of our customer base, will be used for market research or marketing efforts. Such information may include, but is not limited to, interests based on your cookies.
Personal Data that may be considering identifying may be used for the following: Processing intern and volunteer applications, managing our newsletter and correspondence list, fulfilling and tracking purchases and donations, communicating with you about your user account with us, helping us provide a better experience for you on our Website, and to provide you the services and/or information you may have requested. We may share user information with government agencies to assist them when required by law enforcement.
Article 12 – DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL DATA:
Although our policy is to maintain the privacy of your Personal Data as described herein, we may disclose your Personal Data if we believe that it is reasonable to do so in certain cases, in our sole and exclusive discretion. Such cases may include, but are not limited to:
a) To satisfy any local, state, or Federal laws or regulations
b) To respond to requests, such discovery, criminal, civil, or administrative process, subpoenas, court orders, or writs from law enforcement or other governmental or legal bodies
d) As may be necessary for the operation of our Website
e) To generally cooperate with any lawful investigation about our users
f) If we suspect any fraudulent activity on our Website or if we have noticed any activity which may violate our terms or other applicable rules
Article 13 – CHILD ACCESS:
A child is anyone under the age of 18 years old. No content or services on this website are directed towards children. A child’s parent or legal guardian is required to provide consent before a child accesses this website. The parent or guardian assumes legal liability for all actions taken by the child through this website and with ATOP. We do not allow children to make their Personal Data publicly available. We will take all reasonable steps to protect the privacy and safety of all who access this site, and from whom information is collected.
Parents or guardians of minor children may review the Personal Data of their child and have it deleted at their request. They may also agree to collection and use of information, without consenting to disclosure to any other party. They may also refuse to permit any further collection or use of such information by sending us an email at email@example.com.
Article 14 – OPTING OUT OF TRANSMITTALS FROM US:
From time to time, we may send you informational or marketing communications related to our Website such as announcements or other information. If you wish to opt-out of such communications, you may contact the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also click the opt-out link which will be provided at the bottom of any and all such communications.
Please be advised that even though you may opt-out of such communications, you may still receive information from us that is specifically about your use of our Website or about your account with us.
By providing any Personal Data to us, or by using our Website in any manner, you have created a commercial relationship with us. As such, you agree that any email sent from us or third-party affiliates, even unsolicited email, shall specifically not be considered SPAM, as that term is legally defined.
Article 15 – MODIFYING, DELETING, AND ACCESSING YOUR INFORMATION:
If you wish to modify or delete any information we may have about you, or you wish to simply access any information we have about you, you may reach out to us at the following email address: email@example.com.
Article 16 – ACCEPTANCE OF RISK:
Article 17 – YOUR RIGHTS:
You have many rights in relation to your Personal Data. Specifically, your rights are as follows:
– the right to be informed about the processing of your Personal Data
– the right to have access to your Personal Data
– the right to update and/or correct your Personal Data
– the right to portability of your Personal Data
– the right to oppose or limit the processing of your Personal Data
– the right to request that we stop processing and delete your Personal Data
– the right to block any Personal Data processing in violation of any applicable law
– the right to launch a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in the United States or applicable data protection authority in another jurisdiction
Article 18 – CONTACT INFORMATION: