This privacy notice discloses the privacy practices for Pisaries Creator’s blog, and if she chooses to expand to marketing and/or selling her artwork or writing it will cover this as well. This privacy notice applies solely to information collected on her blog
Information Collection, Usage, and Sharing
User Access to and Control Over Information
The user may opt out of any future contacts from Pisaries at any time. You can do the following at any time by contacting Pisaries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By contacting her, you can find out the following.
- See what data Pisaries has about you, if any.
- Change and/or correct any data Pisaries has about you.
- Have Pisaries delete any data she has about you.
- Express any concern you have about Pisaries use of your data.
Security of Sensitive Information
Pisaries takes precaution to protect your information. When the user submits sensitive information via her blog, your information is protected both online and offline.
If, when, and wherever Pisaries collects sensitive information (such as credit card data), that information is encrypted and transmitted to her in a secure way. You can verify this by looking for a lock icon in the address bar and looking for “https” at the beginning of the address of her blog.
While Pisaries uses encryption to protect sensitive information transmitted online, she also protects your information offline. She will be the only one granted access to personally identifiable information to perform a specific job if this is relevant in the future (for example, billing or customer service). The computers and servers in which she stores personally identifiable information are kept in a secure environment.
As legally defined, personally identifiable information refers to details collected on the Internet about an individual consumer, including an individual’s first and last name, a physical street address, an email address, a telephone number, a Social Security number, or any other information that permits a specific individual to be contacted physically or online. The term extends to details such as a person’s birthday, height, weight or hair color that are collected online and stored by an operator in personally identifiable form.
Pisaries will ask for the least amount of personally identifiable information necessary.
Pisaries requests information from the user on the order form if it comes to fruition. To buy from Pisaries, you must provide contact information (like name and shipping address) and financial information (like credit card number, expiration date). This information is used strictly for billing purposes and to fill your orders. If she has trouble processing an order, she will use this information to contact you.
For more information about Automattic private policy, please visit Automattic.
Pisaries Creator Cookies
A cookie is a piece of data stored on a site visitor’s hard drive to help improve your access to the site and identify repeat visitors to the site. For instance, when a cookie is used to identify you, you would not have to log in a password more than once, thereby saving time while on her blog. Cookies can also enable one to track and target the interests of users to enhance the experience on a site. Usage of cookies is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information on her blog. You are welcome to turn off cookies, but doing so may cause it to not function properly. Pisaries uses strictly necessary cookies (essential security measures and quick loading and distribution of content) and not strictly necessary cookies (Facebook like buttons).
Pisaries does not sell, trade, or transfer sensitive information to outside parties.
Pisaries contains links to other sites on her blog. She currently uses Amazon.com and links pertaining to her interests. Please be aware that she is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of such other sites. She encourages users to be aware when they leave her site and to read the privacy statements of any other site that collects personally identifiable information.
For more information about Amazon.com Privacy Notice, please visit Amazon.com.
California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003
Who does CalOPPA Apply to?
CalOPPA applies to any person or entity that owns or operates a commercial website or online service, mobile application for smartphones, and tablets that collect and maintains personally identifiable information from a consumer residing in California who uses or visits a website or online service. CalOPPA does not apply to Internet service providers or similar entities that transmit or store personally identifiable information for a third party.
CalOPPA Requirements for Compliance
Pisaries has fulfilled all the requirements of CalOPPA. Her Private Policy is conspicuously posted on every blog page including the homepage. Pisaries supports and uses the Do Not Track option found on Firefox, Internet Explorer, and other web browsers. She honors if users use the Do Not Track option, but makes it known that third-party PII and/or behavioral tracking may occur.
Non-Compliance of CalOPPA
For more information about CalOPPA, please visit CalOPPA.
COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)
When it comes to the collection of personal information from children under the age of 13 years old, the COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act) puts parents in control. The Federal Trade Commission, United States’ consumer protection agency, enforces the COPPA Rule, which spells out what operators of websites and online services must do to protect children’s privacy and safety online. Pisaries does not market to children under the age of 13 years old. Her blog has mainly adult content, most not suitable for children under the age of 13. She advises with great caution to not let children and some teenagers to view her blog.
For more information about COPPA, please visit COPPA.
CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing)
This law establishes the rules for commercial email and commercial messages, gives recipients the right to have a business stop emailing them, and outlines the penalties for those who violate it. This doesn’t only apply to bulk email. It covers all commercial messages, which the law defines as “any electronic mail message the primary purpose of which is the commercial advertisement or promotion of a commercial product or service,” including email that promotes content on commercial websites. The law makes no exception for business-to-business email. It does exempt transactional and relationship messages.
What Does This Mean for Marketers and Business Owners?
It means as an email marketer that commercial e-mails need to comply in three main areas: unsubscribe, content, and sending behavior.
Requirements for CAN-SPAM Compliance
Pisaries will fulfill all the requirements of CAN-SPAM now and in future e-mail correspondence.
She will adhere to the following in every email correspondence.
- She will include a valid physical postal address in every email.
- She will provide a clear and obvious way to opt out of every email.
- She will honor the unsubscribe feature within 10 business days.
- She will use clear “From,” “To,” and “Reply to” language that accurately reflects who she is. This applies to the person or business sending the message, as well as the domain name and email address.
She will NOT do the following in any email correspondence.
- She will not transfer any email address to another list.
- She will not make it hard to unsubscribe from emails.
- She will not charge a fee to unsubscribe from emails.
- She will not require a user to provide personally identifying information beyond an email address.
- She will not make users take extensive steps other than simply replying to an email or visiting a single page on a website to unsubscribe themselves from your emails.
- She will not use deceptive subject lines in your emails that misrepresent the contents of her message.
Non-Compliance of CAN-SPAM
Pisaries is aware that violating CAN-SPAM may also be susceptible to actions by the Federal Trade Commission, which may bring enforcement action against businesses who doesn’t comply with this act.
For more information about CAN-SPAM, please visit CAN-SPAM.
(FIPPs) Fair Information Practice Principles
Pisaries is aware that violating Fair Information Practices Principle is a set of standards governing the collection and use of personal data and addressing privacy and accuracy issues. It includes notice, choice, access, security, and enforcement. Pisaries will use everything in her power to prevent data breaches, but should one occur, she will notify you within a week’s time. She acknowledges the three enforcement measures as cited: self-regulation by the information collectors, private remedies that allow individuals whose information has been misused to sue violators, and government enforcement that includes civil and criminal penalties.
For more information about FIPPs, please visit FIPPs.
Contact Pisaries Creator
14355 Huston Street
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
United States of America