176 Talk is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to its website, subscribers to its blog alert emails and those providing contact information. In addition, 176 Talk is opposed to unauthorised commercial email delivery, otherwise known as spam. Please read the following Privacy and Spam Policy to understand how your personal information is treated.
What Information Does 176 Talk Collect?
176 Talk only collects user-provided personally identifiable information. This information is provided when website visitors complete one of 176 Talkĺs online forms (examples include blog subscriptions or contact forms). The following list includes ways 176 Talk collects personal information from website visitors and the type of information collected:
To subscribe to 176 Talkĺs blog alert emails (which are similar to an electronic newsletter), it requests the following required information: (i) name, and (ii) email address. The provision of this information is mandatory in order to receive 176 Talkĺs blog alert emails. 176 Talk relies on a third-party service, Aweber, to collect contact information and distribute blog alert emails.
To contact 176 Talk for the purposes of evaluating or engaging its services or to answer your questions, we utilise numerous forms throughout our site. Required information varies depending on the form and normally includes (i) name, and (ii) email address. The provision of this information is mandatory in order to receive a response from 176 Talk.
Does 176 Talk Share My Information?
176 Talk will not share, rent or sell your personally identifiable information with third parties.
How Does 176 Talk Use My Information?
Personal information collected by 176 Talk is used primarily for the purpose in which it is collected: to facilitate the distribution of a blog alert email, document or inquiry to interested recipients. In addition, 176 Talk may use your information as follows:
Information may be used in aggregate with other subscribers to review the effectiveness of marketing programmes and to analyse other general demographic trends
We may occasionally contact you to conduct surveys or to obtain feedback on our products, our website, industry trends or other aspects of our business
To notify you of new information or services that may be of interest to you
To send promotional materials
What If There Are Changes to This Privacy and Spam Policy?
If 176 Talk changes its Privacy and Spam Policy, 176 Talk will post those changes on its privacy page at http://blog.176 Talk.net/privacy-policy. If at any point 176 Talk decides to use personal information in a manner different from that stated at the time it was collected, it will notify users by way of an email. Users will have a choice whether or not 176 Talk uses their information in this new manner. By default 176 Talk will use information in accordance with the Privacy and Spam Policy under which the information was collected.
How Can I Opt Out?
If you have opted in and later desire to opt out from further receiving the 176 Talk blog alert email, you can make this change at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe URL embedded in our email.
176 Talk is strongly opposed to spam and will only send email to users that have explicitly requested to receive an email from 176 Talk. Examples may include:
Opt in subscribers to the 176 Talk Blog Alert Email
Users that complete a contact form
All communication will be related and relevant to what you have requested.
176 Talk relies on a third-party service to collect subscriber details and distribute its blog alert email. Click here for their Anti-Spam Policy.
This website contains links to other sites. Please be aware that 176 Talk is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such other sites. 176 Talk encourages its users to be aware when they leave the 176 Talk site to read the privacy and spam policies of each and every web site that collects personally identifiable information. This Privacy and Spam Policy applies solely to information collected by this website.
176 Talk may disclose personal information when required by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary in order to conform to the edicts of the law or comply with a legal process served on our site.