Privacy & Disclosure
Thank you for visiting TheJeepGirlsBlog.com
Thursday, May 4th, 2017
The following terms will govern the use of our website. We do occasionally modify our agreement, and we encourage you to check back frequently for changes. We do not mean to begin with “scary” but this is important to us, and we hope it is for you too.
The Website and its Content is owned by Just In Time Media (“Company”, “we”, or “us”). The term “you” refers to the user or the visitor of TheJeepGirlsBlog.com/ “Website”).
Fair INformation Practices Principles
The Fair Information Practices and Principles make up the core of the privacy law in the United States and they have played a significant role in the development of data protection laws worldwide. Understanding these principles and how they are properly implemented is critical to comply with various privacy laws that protect personal information.
If we discover a breach on our site, you can expect that we notify our users through our mailing lists as soon as possible.
Individual Redress Principle-individuals have the right to pursue legally enforceable rights against data collectors and processors who fail to adhere to the law. We agree with this, and if you have questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Submission, Storage, or Sharing of Personal Data
To use our Website or its Content, we make seek personal data including your name, e-mail, street address, city, state, billing information, or other personally identifying information (“Confidential Information”), or you may offer or provide a comment, photo, image, video or submission to us when visiting or interacting with our Website and its Content (“Other Information”). By providing such Confidential Information or Other Information to us, you grant us permission to use and store such information.
We store your Confidential Information internally (by way of a data management system). Those who help to obtain, manage or store that Information, or who have a legitimate need to know such Confidential Information will only access your Confidential Information. *
We may occasionally ask for demographic information such as gender and age, but if you so choose, you need not provide such information, you may still use the Website and its Content, but you may not be able to use services that require information related to a demographic survey.
When you subscribe to our newsletter, or you enter a giveaway or contest, you agree to let us collect your information. If you would no longer like to receive subscription-based services from TheJeepGirlsBlog.com, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Simply type the word “no” in the subject line. By law, we provide our contact information below each newsletter. You may reach out to us by the address provided in the email as well.
The email address that you provide will be used in the following ways: to send information, respond to inquiries and requests, administer a contest, improve customer service, and/or to improve our website.
A Word About The Newsletter…
We love our newsletter subscribers! Our newsletter is the only direct and personal line we have between our readers and our creators. We always want to ensure that the information we are sharing (providing and collecting) is valuable and honest for our subscribers. We ask that you subscribe with your email to our newsletter for us to send you only what is advertised when you opt-in. When you put your email into our contact form that says newsletter, it is strictly for our newsletter. No funny business! If you can’t figure out the opt-out, and you want to, email us directly at email@example.com. You will get a real person, real world, response confirming that you have been removed from the list! Though we hope you give us some constructive criticism instead and stick with us!
We aim to keep the Confidential Information confidential.
If we work with a partner to build content, i.e.- an experience-based marketing campaign (social media, blog post, data collection in relation to the product promoted), you will clearly know. In compliance to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) agreements, we will add information that the post is sponsored or an ad.
How do we protect your information?
When we perform our regular updates, we also run a privacy and security scan to keep TheJeepGirlsBlog and our users safe.
Currently we are not selling products directly nor do we collect credit card information on this site. When we do, we will have an SSL. Until then, you can enjoy TheJeepGirlsBlog.com with peace of mind, and for your enjoyment.
Viewing by Others
Whenever you make your Confidential Information or Other Information available for view by others online through this Website or its Content, it might be seen, collected and used by others. We cannot be responsible for any unauthorized or improper use of the Confidential Information or Other Information that you voluntarily share.
We may include third-party products on our website at our discretion.
We use Advertising on our website. As our advertising decisions are made, we will update our channels on this page.
There may be features of the Website or its Content that you need a username and password for. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the username and password, and you are responsible for all activities, whether by you or by others, that occur under your username and password within your account. You agree to notify us immediately of any unauthorized or improper use of your username or password or any other breach of security. To help protect against unauthorized or improper use, make sure that you log out at the end of each session requiring your username and password.
You own your username and password. It’s your responsibility to keep it safe from the use of others. If you lose your username, we are not responsible for loss or damage or harm arising from your failure to protect your personal information. If you share your personal information with others, you are at your own risk.
When you use our Website and its Content, you agree to enter true and accurate information. If you provide fictitious information, we can terminate your account without notice.
We will do our best to keep your username and password(s) private and will not share them without your consent with the exception of when the law requires it because it is the good faith belief that it is necessary to use personal information that you provided to us to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to others or interfering with our rights or property. We obey the law, no matter how arbitrary, prudent, or mean it may be interpreted as. We want to keep our community safe, happy and healthy. If you are hurting someone or yourself and we are asked to help, we will act within the law.
You can unsubscribe to our electronic newsletters or update emails at any time by clicking the link at the footer of an email sent to us. You can also reply at any time with the word “unsubscribe” in the subject line.
We manage our e-mail lists through a list management system. If you are subscribed to multiple lists, (i.e.-newsletter and updates) you will not necessarily remove you from all email lists If you have questions or problems as to how to get the heck off our list (though we hope you won’t and that you like us!) contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a no spam policy. You can opt-out by unsubscribing at the bottom of our emails at any time. We have taken steps to ensure that we are in compliance with the CAN-SPAM of 2003 by not sending misleading information. This law sets the rules for commercial email and gives recipients the right to stop emails at any time. On our emails, in compliance with the law, we promise to provide a physical place of business as well as an email address and phone number (upon request) where you can reach us. We’re not going to sell your email address; this is now in writing.
In accordance with the CAN-SPAM, we agree to the following:
- If you would like to unsubscribe, you can email us directly at email@example.com and we will remove you from all correspondence.
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance
If you are 13 years of age, you can visit our site but we will not collect your information in compliance with COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act), our Website and its Content are directed and users who are at least 13 years of age or older.We will not direct our information towards any user of our website under the age of 13. Nor will we collect their information. COPPA places the control of website use in the hands of the parents.
Unfortunately, they will not be allowed to enter/win our site giveaways or subscription-based services. The Federal Trade Commission enforces COPPA, which determines what content managers must do to protect a child under 13’s privacy.
California Online Privacy Protection Act
According to CalOPPA, you can expect the following:
- Users can visit our site anonymously.
- We will always have a Privacy page, as available at the bottom of our home page.
- All changes to our Privacy will be indicated with a revision date and updated on the page labeled Privacy
- If you visit our site, you can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any concerns.
Anonymous Data Collection and Use
To maintain our Website’s quality, we may use your internet protocol (IP) address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer the Website by which areas of the Website are heavily trafficked, and display content according to your preferences. Your IP address is the number you your computer is assigned when connected to the internet. It’s “traffic data” which cannot personally identify you, but its helpful for marketing purposes and improving our services. Traffic data collection does not follower a user’s activities in any way. Anonymous traffic data may also be shared with business partners and advertisers on an aggregate basis.
We are sometimes compensated to provide an opinion on products and services of various topics. Although we may receive compensation for our posts or advertisements, we always provide on honest opinion, on any content conveyed. Any claim should be taken as a personal opinion, and should be verified with the manufacturer or the party in question. If we are compensated for our opinions, we will make it clear in our posts.
An HTTP cookie is a small piece of web data sent from a website and stored in the user’s web browser while the user is browsing. Every time a user loads a website, the browser sends a “cookie” back to the server. Cookies were designed to assist websites in remembering useful information and record a user’s browsing activity. This can be seen when remembering a login or a shopping cart, it’s a record of the user’s activity. Cookies also store credit card numbers that were previously entered. We may use the standard “cookies” feature of major web browsers.
You may choose to disable cookies through your own web browser’s settings. Each browser is a little different, but if you go to the Help menu, there should be instructions to modify your cookies. If you disable this function however, your experience on our website by not work as intended.
We have no access or control over any information collected by other individuals, companies or entities whose website or materials may be linked to our Website or its Content.
If you have a Do Not Track (DNT) in place with your browser, we will honor that by not planting cookies, or going around your do not track signals.
Privacy Policies of Other Websites
We cannot assume responsibility for the content and activities of any other individual, company or entity whose website or materials may be linked to our Website and its Content, and therefore we cannot be held liable for the privacy of the information on their website that you voluntarily share with their website. Please review their privacy polices for guidelines as to how they respectively store, use and protect the privacy of your Confidential Information and Other Information.
Assignment of Rights
Notification of Changes