FutureCulture respects each individual’s right to personal privacy. We will collect and use information through our Web site only in the ways disclosed in this statement. This statement applies solely to information collected at FutureCultures web site.
We may collect personal information that you provide us when you:
You do not have to register to browse our Website, but registration is required to access certain features, such as our community forum, or to post user content. Any personal information voluntarily disclosed in our Forums or through other content you post is not governed by this Privacy Statement. When you register, you may be asked for personal information such as your name, gender, age, residential address, e-mail address, and a password that you select. We also offer eNewsletters to those who request this service, and you may be asked for personal information such as your name, e-mail address and a password when you sign up. We use this information to identify who you are and to provide you with the service or information you requested.
Enter into a contest or sweepstakes or respond to one of our surveys:
When you ask a question, participate in a survey or enter a contest or sweepstakes, we may collect your name, address, phone number and e-mail address. We use this information to administer your participation in the contest or sweepstakes. At the time you are entering a contest or sweepstakes, or completing a survey, we may also obtain your consent for our marketing partners to send you marketing information in the future.
Provide us with feedback or suggestions:
We use your feedback, suggestions, survey information and comments solely to monitor and/or improve the use and features of our Website and our product offerings.
Disclosure of Personal Information
FutureCulture will not disclose, transfer, rent, sell or otherwise disclose your personal information, without your prior consent (by way of providing you with an opportunity to opt-out), except as otherwise set out in this Privacy Statement.
Virtually all websites place cookies in your browser when you visit them. These cookies are used for two purposes: tracking website views and clicks (analytics cookies), and tracking views and clicks on advertisements (advertising cookies). If you’ve ever returned to a website and it “remembered” you, it’s because there was a cookie in your browser telling the site that you’d returned. Cookies can be either “session” cookies, which expire when you leave a site, or “persistent” cookies, which last after you leave a site, typically for about 30 days. For analytics and advertising purposes, most cookies are persistent. As a rule, cookies are “anonymous” regarding your personal information. They only identify browsers uniquely, not the people using the browser. FutureCulture uses analytics cookies from programs such as Google Analytics.
Refusing or Removing Cookies
All cookies can be refused by adjusting the appropriate settings in your browser; however, not accepting any cookies at all can make web browsing a frustrating experience. You can also delete cookies periodically or at the end of each browsing session by adjusting the appropriate settings in your browser, however some sites may not “recognize” you when you return. Users can learn more about Google and cookies, as well as opting out of Google’s behavioural program by going to: http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html.
How To Contact Us
We want to assure you that FutureCulture is dedicated to protecting your privacy.
Please feel free to contact us at any time if:
– You have any questions or comments about this Privacy Statement
– You would like to terminate your registration with our Site
– You wish to access and/or correct your personal information
– You no longer wish to receive promotional material from FutureCulture
– You wish to withdraw your name from our subscriber promotional list program
You can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org