Inside Hockey is committed to respecting the privacy rights of all visitors to our Web site (“the site”). The following policy describes how Inside Hockey collects, protects and uses information it receives from visitors to the Web site. You must read this Policy as a condition of using the Inside Hockey Web site.
What information does Inside Hockey collect and how does Inside Hockey use it?
Inside Hockey’s web servers may automatically collect certain information a user’s browser makes available, including IP address, browser type, and location on the Internet. This information may be used in an aggregate and anonymous manner for internal analysis.
Inside Hockey may also use aggregated user information, including demographic and preference information, and statistical analysis of user information, to measure interest in various portions of our web site, to attract and assist advertisers, and to target ads and other content to users for whom they may be most relevant. While Inside Hockey may share such aggregated information with advertisers and other partners, we do not disclose any personally identifiable information in these instances.
When you register on the site, you are asked to provide your name, email address, age and mailing address. We will also ask you to create a username and password. This information allows us to keep a user profile so that we may customize preferences for each user, provide a faster method for users to submit information to Inside Hockey, and distribute our official online newsletter. As a registered user you are automatically placed on a list to receive email newsletters from Inside Hockey.
You will also be given a choice when registering as to whether you would like to opt-in to be on a mailing list of our affiliates and/or partners or whether you would prefer not to receive mailings from designated third parties.
There may be other instances, for example when you enter a contest or other promotional feature, that we at Inside Hockey may again ask for additional information, which will be used in accordance with the descriptions given at such times.
We may also use the information we collect to notify you about important functionality changes to the Web site, new Inside Hockey services, and special offers we think you’ll find valuable.
How does Inside Hockey protect visitor information?
Inside Hockey implements a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information. You may use the site anonymously, but to the extent you provide your personal information it will be protected by secured networks and is only accessible by a limited number of employees who have special access rights to such systems. We recommend that if you share your computer or use a computer that is accessed by the general public (e.g., a University or library, etc.), remember to close your browser window when you have finished your session. This will help to ensure that others cannot access your personal information.
Does Inside Hockey use “cookies”?
Does Inside Hockey disclose the information it collects from its visitors to outside parties?
Inside Hockey may use email addresses and other personally identifiable information to contact visitors who communicate with us.
If the user indicates that he/she wants to receive additional third party information, such “opt-in” registration information may be provided to designated third parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses. “Opt-in” information will be owned by Inside Hockey, for use at our discretion.
Inside Hockey may disclose your personally identifiable information if we believe in good faith that we are required to do so in order to comply with applicable law, a subpoena or other legal or administrative process. We may also disclose this information if we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be violating our terms of service, to protect or defend the rights of Inside Hockey, or to protect the safety of our users and the public. Additionally, in the event of bankruptcy, sale or merger of the company, or other transfer of ownership or substantially all of the company’s assets, Inside Hockey reserves the right to sell or otherwise transfer this information as part of such transaction.
How does a visitor opt-out, remove, or modify information they have provided to Inside Hockey?
Inside Hockey offers users the opportunity to remove their personal information from our database, so as not to receive future communications or to no longer interact with the Web site, by emailing the Webmaster (firstname.lastname@example.org) with such a request. Inside Hockey also provides users the opportunity to update and modify any information they have previously provided by emailing the Webmaster (email@example.com) with the appropriate changes at any time. A user may always opt-out of future information requests or distributions by entering UNSUBSCRIBE as the subject of a reply to any Inside Hockey email.
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Privacy of Children
Inside Hockey does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. In the event that we learn we have collected such information from a child under the age of 13, we will delete it as soon as possible. USERS UNDER THE AGE OF 13 – PLEASE DO NOT SEND US PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION, INCLUDING YOUR NAME, EMAIL ADDRESS, OR HOME ADDRESS.
Inside Hockey welcomes your questions, comments, and concerns about privacy. Please email any and all feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org pertaining to this, or any other issue.
Changes to this Policy