- Privacy policies and data collection and use policies should be human readable, comprehensive, and easy to locate;
- Only the minimum amount of information reasonably necessary to provide you with services should be collected and maintained, and only for so long as reasonably needed or required;
- Information you provide through our Services, or that we gather as a result of your use of our Services, should not be used for marketing or advertising purposes, nor should it be provided voluntarily (without your permission) to anyone else unless required; and
- If Dymic is required to provide a third party with your personal information (whether by subpoena or otherwise), then provided we have collected and retained an email address for you, Dymic will use reasonable means to notify you promptly of that event, unless prohibited by law or Dymic is otherwise advised not to notify you on the advice of legal counsel.
Personal Information Dymic Collects:
We may collect personal information through our Services, including without limitation:
- when you provide us with your personal information such as by sending an email to us or signing up to receive updates from Dymic;
- when you subscribe to one of our email discussion lists;
- when you create a Dymic universal account.
- when you join and use the Dymic network, Website, and/or establish a Dymic account.
- when you provide personal information in connection with your participation in any of the forums we make available through our Services.
What Dymic does with Personal Information
Emails and Newsletters. We use the personal information you provide to us when you send us emails or sign up to receive updates from Dymic in order to respond to your request – for example, to reply to your email or to send you communications about Dymic news and campaigns.
When you subscribe to updates from us, your email address is sent to and stored in a database hosted on Dymic’ servers that can only be accessed by Dymic staff and contractors. When you subscribe to one of our email discussion lists, your name and email address is sent to and stored by Dymic.
Another service with which Dymic has engaged to provide email support. Personal information submitted as part of our email discussion lists is used for the purpose of managing the discussion lists. Your name and email address will typically be visible to other list participants when you correspond on the list and to the general public in the discussion archives. All emails sent to the discussions lists are publicly archived.
Participating in Our Community
Registered Users. When you register to obtain a user account on any of the Services (any such person, a “Registered User”), including but not limited to (a universal log-in for all Dymic services), you may be asked to provide personal information to create your account and establish a password and profile. We encourage you to use an alias or nickname if you are not comfortable providing your legal name. The name or nickname you provide in connection with your account may be used to attribute you in connection with any content you submit to any Service. We also use that personal information to establish and maintain your account, to provide you with the features we provide Registered Users, and to email you regarding changes to this policy or other applicable policies. If you sign up to receive updates from Dymic when you create your account, we will use your personal information to send you communications about Dymic news and campaigns.
Disclosures of Personal Information
In general, it is not Dymic’s practice to disclose personal information to third parties.
First, Dymic may share personal information with our contractors and service providers in order to maintain, enhance, or add to the functionality of the Services.
If Dymic is required to provide a third party with your personal information (whether by subpoena or otherwise), then provided we have collected and retained an email address for you, Dymic will use reasonable means to notify you promptly of that event, unless prohibited by law or Dymic is otherwise advised not to notify you on the advice of legal counsel.
Security of Personal Information Collected via The Services
Dymic has implemented reasonable measures to protect against unauthorized access to and unlawful interception or processing of personal information that Dymic stores and controls. However, no website can fully eliminate security risks. Third parties may circumvent our security measures to unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private communications. We will post a reasonably prominent notice to the Websites if any such security breach occurs.
Data Usage Policy: Non Personal Browsing and Site Usage Information
Our Data Usage Policy covers how we maintain and use information about you that is collected by our Services, including when you log into a website using your Dymic account.
Non Personal Browsing Information we Collect
When you use the Services, our servers (which may be hosted by a third party service provider) may collect information indirectly and automatically (through, for example, the use of your “IP address”) about your activities while visiting the Websites and information about the browser you are using. In addition, whenever you use your Dymic account to log into a website, our servers (which, again, may be hosted by a third party service provider) keep a log of the websites you visit and when you visit them.
We do not intentionally link browsing information or information from our server logs to the personal information you submit to us. We use this information for internal purposes only, such as to help understand how the Services are being used, to improve our Services, and for systems administration purposes. Dymic may use a third party analytics provider to help us collect and analyze non personal browsing information through operation of our Services for those same purposes.
No Selling or Sharing
Dymic discards non personal browsing information from our server logs once we have used the information for the limited purposes noted above, under “No Linking.”
If Dymic is required to provide a third party with your non personal browsing information or to log in on behalf of a user (whether by subpoena or otherwise), then Dymic will use reasonable means to notify you promptly of that event, unless Dymic is prohibited by law from doing so or is otherwise advised not to notify you on the advice of legal counsel.
Reorganization or Spin-offs
Third Party Sites
Special Note to International Users