Use of The B3 Method Institute website by people under the age of 18;
The information The B3 Method Institute collects, and whether this includes any data that could potentially identify a specific individual (“Personally Identifiable Information” or “PII”);
What The B3 Method Institute does with your information, and how we share your information;
Security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information under our control;
Choice and Correcting/Updating/Deleting/Deactivating Personal Information; and
1. Use of The B3 Method Institute website by children under the age of 18
If you choose to access The B3 Method Institute website, you are representing to The B3 Method Institute that you are over the age of 18. We encourage parents to be aware of the online habits of their children. We urge parents to instruct their children to never give out their real names, addresses or phone numbers, without permission, when using the Internet. We recognize a special obligation to protect personal information obtained or received from children. Therefore, with respect to children under the age of 18, no information should be submitted nor posted to The B3 Method Institute website.
If for any reason you are concerned that we have obtained your child's personally identifiable information (“PII”) in error and/or you wish to have your child's PII deleted from our records, or if you want us to discontinue further collection or use of your child's PII, please contact The B3 Method Institute immediately.
2. Information we may collect, and whether this includes Personally Identifiable Information
We may obtain information about you in different ways:
Information you voluntarily provide.
If you authorize us to access your social network user data such as your Facebook® user data, we will automatically receive and record any information you have allowed us to access on your social network user account. As noted below, you can opt not to disclose such information to us.
When you email us or otherwise communicate with us, we may store copies of such communications. This can result in the collection of PII such as your email address and your IP address as well as other information such as the routing of your communication and the date and time of your communication. Please be aware that all transmissions between you and us, including emails, URLs, cookie identification numbers, usage paths, and any PII they might contain, pass through many third party machines, operating systems, programs, browsers, web servers, networks, routers, Ethernet switches, ISPs, proxy servers, intranets, the public telephone systems, or other devices, any of which may create activity logs of such transmissions which are outside of our control.
Information we may collect from your use of the B3 Method Institute website.
Server Logs. Our servers automatically record information that your browser sends and the Uniform Resource Locator ("URL") of the web page from which you came to us when you visit B3 Method Institute website. These server logs may include information such as your Internet Protocol ("IP") address, browser type, browser language, date and time of your request, search terms and may include a domain name and the date/time for each page you view. We also collect the name of and information about any advertisement or other link that brought you to us. This information does not personally identify you.
Geo-Location Information. Some devices, mobile or otherwise, allow applications to access real-time location-based information (for example, GPS). Our mobile apps collect such information from your mobile device whenever you use our mobile apps. If you upload photos and/or videos to our website, they may contain recorded location information. If you do not wish to share files embedded with your geo-location information with us, please do not upload them. If you don't want to store location data in your photos or videos, please consult the documentation for your camera, phone or other device to turn off that feature.
3. What we do with the information we collect/store and how we may share the information
The B3 Method Institute uses IP addresses to diagnose problems with our servers and to administer The B3 Method Institute website. Your IP address also is used by The B3 Method Institute to gather broad demographic information, such as your general geographic location and internet service provider. IP addresses are further used to help determine the number of our users to maintain efficient administration of our services. This demographic information may also be used by The B3 Method Institute to analyze aggregate usage behavior.
The B3 Method Institute DOES NOT use your PII other than in the course of performing services for you and collecting payment for those services from you. The B3 Method Institute may combine the information you voluntarily submit to us with information from third parties in order to improve the quality of our services.
The B3 Method Institute may display and make accessible information that you choose to share or make public, such as testimonials regarding our services.
The B3 Method Institute may need to use information we collect from you in order to fulfill our obligation to provide you with certain services. As a natural part of providing those services, The B3 Method Institute may share such information with our employees, subcontractors, service providers (ex. data storage, database management, etc.), which we will do on an as-needed basis.
The B3 Method Institute may share your PII, IP address, uploaded content and communications with law enforcement or other governmental agencies if and to the extent we have a good faith belief that it is reasonably necessary to (a) satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request, (b) enforce agreements or resolve disputes between you and us, including investigation of potential violations thereof, (c) detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues, or (d) protect against imminent harm to the rights, property or safety of our company, its users or the public. The B3 Method Institute will disclose any information in our possession or control that is directly responsive to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal or governmental inquiries and such information might be used by the receiving party to determine your identity.
The B3 Method Institute may use your information to send you required notices about your account, email newsletters and marketing promotions.
4. Security measures used to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information under our control
The security of your information is important to The B3 Method Institute. When a secure connection is established between your browser and a website, any data that is transferred over that connection will be encrypted to prevent it from being viewed by a third party. If The B3 Method Institute collects information from your computer, we encrypt it while it's being transferred to us. Once your information reaches our secure servers, The B3 Method Institute employs certain safeguards, such as maintaining firewalls and having an intrusion detection system in order to protect the confidentiality, security and integrity of the information we maintain. Unfortunately, as with any information travelling over the internet and kept in servers, The B3 Method Institute cannot guarantee absolute security. For more information on how your software establishes a secure connection, click the “Help” tab for your particular browser.
When The B3 Method Institute works with third parties, we require that they maintain the confidentiality, security and integrity of the information and commit that the information is not used for any prohibited purpose. Additionally, The B3 Method Institute uses commercially reasonable computer security safeguards to protect our databases and servers against risks of loss, unauthorized access, destruction, misuse, modification, or inadvertent or improper disclosure of data. These include internal reviews of our data collection, storage and processing practices and security measures, as well as physical security measures to guard against unauthorized access to systems where we store personal data. Unfortunately, security risks cannot be completely eliminated and The B3 Method Institute therefore cannot guarantee complete security.
If you send The B3 Method Institute an email, you should know that email is not necessarily secure against interception. Therefore, if your communication will include sensitive information like your bank account, credit/debit card data or social security number and you prefer not to transmit it electronically, please contact The B3 Method Institute by postal mail or telephone rather than email. The B3 Method Institute does not send emails asking for a user's username and password or its Windows® username and password or any other username or password.
5. Choice and Correcting/Updating/Deleting/Deactivating Personal Information
The B3 Method Institute understands and respects that people have different privacy concerns. Our goal is to be clear about what information we collect and how it may be used, so that you can make meaningful choices. For example, you can:
Cancel your account at any time;
Decline to submit requested information (please note that this may affect The B3 Method Institute’s ability to provide services to you);
Control what information you post in public profiles and who you share information with;
Set your browser to block all cookies, including cookies associated with our services, or to indicate when a cookie is being set by us (please note that this may affect The B3 Method Institute’s ability to provide services to you).
If you would like for us to change or delete any of your PII in our possession or control, please contact us via email or through the Customer Support link on our website.
Last Updated: August 28, 2018