Idle Hands Bar is very respectful about the privacy concerns of the visitors to its site on the Internet. As a general policy, no personal information is automatically collected from visitors to this site. However, certain non-personal information of visitors is recorded by the standard operation of Idle Hands Bar’s Internet servers. This information is primarily used to provide an enhanced online experience for the visitor. Information tracked includes the type of browser being used by the visitor (e.g., FireFox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, etc.), the type of operating system (e.g., Windows, Linux, Macintosh) in use by the visitor and the domain name of the visitor’s Internet service provider (e.g., America Online, Earthlink). By having this information, Web pages optimized for a particular visitor’s computer are automatically made available to that visitor. Other use of this information may include internal review of the number of visitors to this site but only in an aggregate and non-personally-identifiable form. Email addresses and other personally identifiable data about visitors to this site are known to Idle Hands Bar only when voluntarily submitted by the users. Idle Hands Bar will only use personally identifiable data provided at this site for the purposes described at the time it is collected (for example, the email addresses visitors provide in order to receive email alerts will only be used for the purpose of sending these email alerts). Idle Hands Bar sites, as well as any other third party sites linked to from this Web site, may each have different privacy policies and practices. You should carefully review these other Web sites’ privacy policies in order to determine how each site may use any personal information you provide.
What Personal Data Do We Collect About You?
How Do We Collect Your Personal Data?
Why Do We Collect Your Personal Information?
We use the information that we collect or that you provide to:
- Give you access to the Website, by issuing you with a registered user identification.
- To provide and manage your account facilities.
- Respond to your questions.
- Administer the Website and your use of the website.
You have the option (via our registration form) to subscribe to our regular newsletter. If you choose to subscribe then Idle Hands Bar will send you our newsletter via email using the email address that you give us. If at any time you wish to stop receiving future newsletters, simply follow the link contained in the newsletter. We do not pass your personal data on to any third parties for direct marketing purposes, nor do we buy in lists of email addresses for our own direct marketing.
Disclosure Of Your Personal Data To Third Parties
Our network security system may automatically intercept or block any email you provide to us if the email contains any words or attachments that trigger the content filter to respond. The system is designed to detect and block potentially wrongful code or illicit or offensive content. It may exceptionally and by mistake block perfectly proper correspondence. In the event that you do not receive correspondence to a submission using our contact form, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access To The Personal Data We Hold About You
You have a right to access (and if necessary correct) the personal data held about you. To view or update your profile, please login and go to “Account Manager”. We may need to contact you occasionally to ask that you confirm that the personal data that we hold about you is still accurate and up to date, to ensure that we continue to comply with our obligations under law.
Data Protection Notification
All registered member information provided, stored in applications and/or Website is stored securely. Access to data stored on this website is controlled by individual passwords and, where appropriate, access to individual files will also be password- protected. We have done our best efforts to ensure our system is secure, however, responsibly for access to member information is also the responsibility of our members and their use of “best practices” for username/passwords.
- Always use strong passwords. We suggest a minimum of six (six), non-sequential, alpha-numeric that include the use of capital letters.
- If passwords must be written down on a piece of paper, store the paper in a secure place and destroy it when it is no longer needed
- Never share passwords with anyone.
- Use different passwords for all user accounts.
- Change passwords immediately if they may have been compromised.
- Be careful about where passwords are saved on computers. Some dialog boxes, such as those for remote access and other telephone connections, present an option to save or remember a password. Selecting this option poses a potential security threat.