Effective November 13, 2019
Marketing & Communications Services
Information Collected as a Data Controller
The Parties may collect the following Personal Information, through Inclusion in Action’s Sites, for marketing and communications purposes. This Personal Information can be used to directly or indirectly identify you:
• Your name
• Your business email address
• Your IP address
• Your image
• Your photograph
• Video recording of you and your surroundings
• Audio recording of you and your surroundings
• Inferences drawn from your Personal Information
• Professional or employment related data
• The level of Personal Information collected by the Parties varies depending upon your request. the Parties may collect your business email address only or the Parties may collect both your name and business email address.
The Parties may also collect Personal Information that cannot be used to identify you including anonymous usage data and platform data for analytical purposes.
Your Personal Information will be maintained and stored by the Parties provided you consent to the Parties processing your Personal Information for business purposes, including where you request an the Parties demo, subscribe to the the Parties blog, and/or subscribe to marketing and communications emails (the Marketing and Communications Services). You may unsubscribe from the Marketing and Communications Services emails at any time. Where you have the right to request access to your Personal Information, in accordance with applicable data protection laws (Personal Information Protection Laws), and where you request deletion of your Personal Information, the Parties will delete your Personal Information unless otherwise prohibited by law or regulation.
Your Personal Information may be transferred outside your country of residence and if so, it will be transferred using a valid transfer mechanism; providing an adequate level of protection to any Personal Information transferred. Your Personal Information will be subject to the privacy and security rules and regulations of the Personal Information hosting country and which laws and regulations may not be as strict as your country of residence.
User Access Rights
Under federal and state privacy regulations, you may have certain statutory rights in relation to your personal data. The parties do not discriminate against any persons because they choose to exercise such rights.
You may have the right to request access to your Personal Information where your Personal Information is controlled by the Parties as the Personal Information Controllers.
You may have the right to request that your Personal Information controlled by the Parties be corrected.
You may have the right to request that your Personal Information controlled by the Parties be deleted from Inclusion in Action’s systems. This process is also referred to as the ‘right to be forgotten’. the Parties will comply with this request except where the Parties is required by law or regulation to keep your Personal Information. In such circumstances the Parties will advise you as to this legal or regulatory obligation.
Where the Parties relies on your consent, to process your Personal Information controlled by the Parties, you may have the right to withdraw such consent to further use of your Personal Information.
In certain circumstances, you may have the right to object to the Parties processing your Personal Information. For example, you may unsubscribe from marketing messages or blogs to which you consented and subscribed.
In certain circumstances, you may have the right to request that the Parties transfer Personal Information that you have provided to us to a third party.
You may have the right to file a complaint with the local Personal Information Protection Regulator if you believe that the Parties has breached Personal Information Protection Laws when using your Personal Information.
You may request access to Personal Information collected and controlled by the Parties by sending an email to email@example.com
Cookies and Web Beacons
Necessary cookies help make Inclusion in Action’s Sites usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the Sites. Inclusion in Action’s Sites cannot function properly without these necessary cookies.
Inclusion in Action uses the following necessary cookies on its Sites:
• Cookies to store the user’s cookie consent state for the current domain.
• Cookies used by the content network, Cloudflare, to identify trusted web traffic.
• Preference Cookies
Preference cookies enable a website to remember information that changes the way the website looks.
At this time, the Parties are not using any “preference” cookies on its Sites.
Statistic cookies assist the Parties in understanding how users interact on digital platforms by collecting and reporting information anonymously.
Inclusion in Action uses Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics to:
• Collect data on the number of times a user has visited its Sites as well as dates for the first and most recent visit.
• Register a timestamp with the exact time of when the user leaves a Site.
• Calculate the duration of a Site visit.
• Throttle the speed of request to the server
• Collect data on where the user came from, what search engine was used, what link was clicked and what search term was used.
Marketing cookies are used to track users across Inclusion in Action’s Sites. The intention is to display content or ads that are relevant and engaging for the user and thereby more valuable for publishers and third-party advertisers.
Inclusion in Action uses marketing cookies from the following sources:
• Google Tag Manager
• Google Analytics
These marketing cookies are used to:
• Collect anonymous statistical data related to the user’s visits, such as the number of visits, average time spent visiting a website, and what pages have been loaded.
How to Remove Cookie Tracking
You have a choice whether to accept cookies, however, if you reject cookies or if cookies are disabled on your web browser, some parts of Inclusion in Action’s Sites may not be operable.
You can exercise your cookie preferences by clicking on the appropriate opt-out links provided. You can also manage cookie settings from within your browser. For your convenience information from the browsers on how to manage cookies from your desktop is provided below:
• Internet Explorer
And if you want to manage cookies from your mobile device:
• Windows Phone
For additional information and/or specific questions related to Inclusion in Action’s cookies policy please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parties hold the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your Personal Information in the highest regard and has implemented the following security measures as part of its program to protect Personal Information it controls. All Personal Information stored in the the Parties platform is encrypted at rest using Advanced Encryption Standard (“AES”) 256-bit encryption. the Parties uses Transport Layer Security (“TLS”) v1.2 to create secure connections for data in transit. the Parties utilizes a least privilege model, separation of duties, and unique IDs in provisioning access to systems and data. the Parties conducts background checks on employees, through its parent company Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. the Parties utilizes web application firewalls and DDoS protection services, employs secure coding practices based on industry best practice, and performs vulnerability scans and application penetration tests on its environment as part of its risk management process.
Notification of Changes
Last modified on: November 13, 2019