Right-To-Know is committed to respecting the privacy of our users. We strive to provide a safe, secure user experience. This Privacy Statement sets forth the online data collection and usage policies and practices that apply to our site. By using the Right-To-Know web site, you consent to the policies and practices described in this Statement.
Your data will be stored and processed in whole or in part in the United States. If you access the Right-To-Know web site outside the United States, your usage of that site constitutes consent to the transfer of your data out of your country and to the United States.
This Privacy Statement applies solely to the information we collect on the Right-To-Know web site, and does not apply to information we collect in any other fashion.
Collection and Retention of Information
In some areas of our web site, Right-To-Know requests or may request that you provide personal information, including your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number credit card number, social security number, contact information, billing information and any other information from which your identity is discernible. In other areas, Right-To-Know collects or may collect demographic information that is not unique to you such as your ZIP code, age, preferences, gender, and interests. Sometimes we collect or may collect a combination of the two types of information. There is information about your computer hardware and software that is or may be collected by Right-To-Know. This information can include without limitation your IP address, browser type, domain names, access times and referring web site addresses.
Use of Information by Right-To-Know
We use the information we gather on a Right-To-Know web site, whether personal, demographic, collective or technical, for the purpose of operating and improving the Right-To-Know web site, fostering a positive user experience, and delivering the products and services that we offer.
Any feedback you submit becomes our property, and we can use such feedback (such as success stories) for marketing purposes or contact you for further information.
Disclosure of Information to Others
We do not disclose to third parties your personal information, combined personal and demographic information or information about your use of a Right-To-Know web site (such as the areas you visit or the services you access), except as set forth in the following four subparagraphs.
We may disclose such information to companies and individuals we employ to perform functions on our behalf. Examples may include hosting our web servers, analyzing data, providing marketing assistance, processing credit card payments, and providing customer service. These companies and individuals will have access to your personal information as necessary to perform their functions, but they may not share that information with any other third party.
We may disclose such information if legally required to do so, if requested to do so by a governmental entity or if we believe in good faith that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process; (b) protect the rights or property of Right-To-Know or its affiliated companies; (c) prevent a crime or protect national security; or (d) protect the personal safety of users or the public.
We may disclose and transfer such information to a third party who acquires all or a substantial portion of Right-To-Know's business, whether such acquisition is by way of merger, consolidation or purchase of all or a substantial portion of our assets. In addition, in the event Right-To-Know becomes the subject of a bankruptcy proceeding, whether voluntary or involuntary, Right-To-Know or its trustee in bankruptcy may sell, license or otherwise dispose of such information in a transaction approved by the bankruptcy court.
Right-To-Know may also share aggregated anonymous information about visitors to its web site (for example, the number of visitors to Right-To-Know's Sign Up Form) with its clients, partners and other third parties so that they may understand the kinds of visitors to Right-To-Know's site and how those visitors use the site.
Right-To-Know has implemented reasonable technical and organizational measures designed to secure your personal information from accidental loss and from unauthorized access, use, alteration or disclosure. However, we cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties will never be able to defeat those measures or use your personal information for improper purposes.
When you place an order online at Right-To-Know, your credit card information is protected through the use of encryption, such as the Secure Socket Layer ("SSL") protocol. SSL makes it difficult for your credit card information to be intercepted or stolen while being transmitted. Right-To-Know uses a service company to process its credit card transactions.