Privacy Policy

Effective September 7, 2018

Reboot Representation LLC (“we,” “us,” “our” or “Reboot Representation”) is committed to protecting the privacy of individuals who visit the Reboot Representation website. This Privacy Statement describes our privacy practices in relation to the use of the Reboot Representation website (https://www.Reboot Representation.org) (the “Site”) and the related applications and services offered by Reboot Representation (collectively, the “Services”). IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THIS POLICY, DO NOT ACCESS OR USE THE SITE. This Policy is part of and incorporated into the Terms of Use governing your use of the Site. Parts of the Terms of Use affect this Policy, so please be sure to review the Terms of Use prior to using the Site. Capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the definitions set forth in the Terms of Use.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT REBOOT REPRESENTATION AND ALL ASSOCIATED SERVICES AND SYSTEMS ARE HOUSED ON SERVERS IN THE UNITED STATES. IF YOU ARE LOCATED OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES, INFORMATION WE COLLECT (INCLUDING COOKIES) ARE PROCESSED AND STORED IN THE UNITED STATES, WHICH MAY NOT OFFER THE SAME LEVEL OF PRIVACY PROTECTION AS THE COUNTRY WHERE YOU RESIDE OR ARE A CITIZEN. BY USING THE SERVICES AND PROVIDING INFORMATION TO US, YOU CONSENT TO THE TRANSFER TO AND PROCESSING OF THE INFORMATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

Our website may contain links to other websites not owned, affiliated or administered by Reboot Representation. The information practices or the content of these other websites is governed by the privacy statements of the applicable websites. We encourage you to review the privacy statements of other websites to understand their information practices.

Information Collected

General. When you visit the Site, you can browse without submitting any personal information about yourself. We will, however, receive and store some non-personally identifiable information about you, as described below. In order to participate in certain functionalities, you may be asked to provide personally identifiable information. Personally identifiable information is information that can identify you, including, for example your name or email address. It will always be your choice, or the choice of anyone acting for you, to provide personally identifiable information.
Email Address Collection. In order to receive certain communications from us, including, but not limited to our report, newsletters, and special outreach you will be required to submit an email address to us.

Automatically Collected Information. Similar to other websites, we may collect some information automatically and store it in log files. This collection may include, but is not limited to: your domain name and host for Internet access, the Internet address of the website from which you came, the date and time of your access, your computer’s IP address and information about its operating system, browser, and host, the date and time you access the website and the pages you visit. We collect this non-identifying information in order to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer the website. We also use it to help identify you and to gather broad demographic information. We may automatically collect information using the following mechanisms:
Cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a computer for record-keeping purposes. Our third-party analytics providers use cookies to record information about your activities on the website and to “remember” you when you return to the website. Some cookies remain on your computer until you delete them. Others, like session ID cookies, expire when you close your browser. You may set your browser setting to attempt to reject cookies and you may still use the website, however certain features of the website may not be available if your browser does not accept cookies. See the section “Do-Not Track Settings” below for more information on how the Services may respond to your browser settings. We do not control the use of cookies by third parties.

Pixels (aka web beacons/web bugs/java script). Pixels are tiny graphics with a unique identifier that are used to track the online movements of web users. Unlike cookies, which are stored on a computer’s hard drive, pixels are small graphics that are about the size of the period at the end of the sentence that are embedded invisibly on web pages or in HTML-based emails. Our third-party analytics providers may place pixels on the Site that track what other websites you visit (both before and after visiting the Site). Our third-party analytics providers use information obtained from pixels to help us improve our business and the Site. We do not control the use of pixels by third parties. See the section on “Third-party Analytics Providers” below.

Third-party Practices. We use third parties to help us operate and improve the website. We may provide these third parties with information we collect and they may collect information from you about your use of the website. We do not control information collected by third parties and are not responsible for their use of that information.

Information Use

Use of Personally Identifiable Information. We may use your personally identifiable information, such as your email address, to send you promotional or informational emails that you expressly choose (or “opt in”) to receive. We may also use personally identifiable information to perform our Services; resolve disputes; to detect and protect against errors, fraud, and criminal activity; to assist law enforcement; to enforce this Policy and the Terms of Use; or for any other purpose described in this Policy or that we describe to you at the time of collection

Use of Non-Personally Identifiable Information. We may use non-personally identifiable information for any lawful purpose, including, but not limited to analyzing trends, administering the website, tracking users’ movements on the website, and for management and improvement of the website. We may also use this information to store information about your device so that you will not have to re-enter it the next time you visit the website; to monitor aggregate metrics such as total number of visitors or pages viewed; or to track submissions in any interactive portion of the website. We may also combine non-personally identifiable information with non-personally identifiable information collected from other sources.

Information Retention. We will retain your information indefinitely, or as long as legally required or allowed. We may dispose of any information in our discretion without notice, subject to applicable law. We do not undertake any retention obligations through this statement.

Information Disclosure

Affiliated Entities or Service Providers. We may disclose your information to any affiliated entity or organization and to agents and service providers. These third parties may include various business service providers or providers that supply support for the website or otherwise are working directly with us. Use of information by affiliated entities and organizations will be subject to this Policy or an agreement that is at least as restrictive as this Policy.

Campaign Partners. We may share your personal information with third-party campaign partners (“Campaign Partners”). These third parties may include various non-profit organizations or other organizations whose goals and missions align with those of Reboot Representation. Campaign Partners may collect information such as your name, address, zip code, email address, or phone number. In some cases, the personal information you share with Campaign Partners may be publicly disclosed. Please review the notices, disclosures, and privacy policies of all third-party Campaign Partners prior to sharing any information with them. We have no control over, and are not liable or responsible for the privacy practices, terms of use, or content of Campaign Partner sites. For more information on the use of information by third-party Campaign Partners, also see the “Linked Sites” Section below.

Legal Requirements. In some cases, we may disclose your information (1) as required by any applicable law or legal regulation; (2) if we believe disclosure is needed to protect our rights, property, or safety; (3) to government regulators or law enforcement authorities in connection with any judicial proceeding, court order, subpoena, or legal process served on us or the website; and (4) to respond to a physical threat to you or another person.

Insolvency and Business Transitions. If we should engage in a business transition such as a merger with another company, or if we purchase, sell, or reorganize all or part of our business or assets, we may disclose your information, including personal information, to prospective or actual purchasers in connection with one of these transactions.

Disclaimer. We cannot ensure that all of your information will be protected from disclosure. For example, a third-party may unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private communications, or other users of the website may abuse or misuse your personal information. No transmission of data over the internet can be 100% secure.

Information Security Measures

Keeping your information secure is of great concern to us. We exercise care in facilitating the transmission of information between your device or computer and our servers (or the third-party servers that operate and store information for the Site). Personally identifiable information collected by the Site is stored in operating environments that are not available to the public. While we have mechanisms in place to safeguard your personal information after we receive it, no transmission of data over the internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.

“Do not Track” Settings

Your selection of the “Do Not Track” option provided by your browser may not have any effect on our collection of cookie information. The only way to completely “opt out” of the collection of information through cookies or other tracking technology is to actively manage the settings on your browser to delete and disable cookies and other tracking/recording tools. However, getting a “Do Not Track” signal to work as you might want is difficult. Using browsers as an example, not all tracking technologies can be controlled by browsers; unique aspects of your browser might be recognizable even if you disable a tracking technology; not all settings will necessarily last or be effective; even if a setting is effective for one purpose, data still may be collected for another; and even if one website observes a “Do Not Track” signal, that website may not be able to control other websites.

Accessing, Updating, or Deleting your Personal Information

If personal information that you have submitted to us changes or if you would like to remove your personal information, please contact us or update your notification settings through our newsletter. We will make good faith efforts to resolve requests to remove information or correct inaccurate information except where the request is unreasonable, requires disproportionate technical effort or expense, jeopardizes the privacy of others, would be impractical, or is prohibited by law.

The Services are not for or Directed Towards Children

While the Services are not for anyone under the age of 18, we do not intend to and will not knowingly collect any personal information from children under the age of 13. Children under the age of 13 are prohibited from using the Services. If we learn that we have collected information from a child under the age of 13, we will remove that information immediately and delete it from our servers. If you believe information from a child under the age of 13 has been provided to the Services, please notify us at portal@pivotalventures.org.

California Minors

While the Services are not for anyone under the age of 18, if you are a California resident under age 18 and you believe your information has become publicly-available through the Services and you are unable to remove it, you may request removal by contacting us at: [insert appropriate contact information]. When requesting removal, you must be specific about the information you want removed and provide us with specific information, such as the URL for each page where the information is located, so that we can find it. We are not required to remove any information that: (1) federal or state law requires us or a third-party to maintain; (2) the information was not posted by you; (3) we anonymize the information so that you cannot be identified; (4) you do not follow our instructions for removing or requesting removal; or (5) you received compensation or other consideration for providing the information. Removal of your content or information from the Services does not ensure complete or comprehensive removal of that content or information from our systems or the systems of our service providers. We are not required to delete the information posted by you; our obligations under California law are satisfied so long as we anonymize the information or render it invisible to other users and the public.

Your California Privacy Rights; California Shine the Light Law

California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits users who are California residents to obtain from us once a year, free of charge, a list of third parties to whom we have disclosed personal information (if any) for direct marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year. If you are a California resident and you wish to make such a request, please send an e-mail with “California Privacy Rights” in the subject line to portal@pivotalventures.org.

Changes to this Privacy Statement

Reboot Representation reserves the right to change this Privacy Statement. Reboot Representation will provide notification of the material changes to this Privacy Statement through Reboot Representation websites at least thirty (30) business days prior to the change taking effect.

Contacting Us

Questions regarding this Privacy Statement or the information practices of the Reboot Representation Services should be directed to Reboot Representation by sending an email to info@rebootrepresentation.org.

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