The Information We Collect
The information gathered through this website falls into two categories: (1) information voluntarily supplied by visitors to our website through optional registration or e-commerce transactions, and (2) tracking information gathered as visitors navigate through our site. Third party service providers on or linked to by our website, such as vendors of products and services offered through our site, may be gathering information, as well.
To make use of certain features on our website (such as contests, surveys, message boards, music download functionality, customizable audio applications, and others) visitors need to register and to provide certain information as part of the registration process. We may also ask visitors for certain information in connection with the purchase of products/services on our website. (We may ask, for example, for your name, email address, sex, age, zip code and credit card information, and we might request information on your interest in concerts, different types of music and the like.) The information you supply will help us to offer you more personalized features, to tailor our site to your interests, to make the site more useful to you, and to process your e-commerce transactions.
The more you tell us about yourself, the more value we can offer you. Supplying such information is entirely voluntary. But if you don”t supply the information we need, we may be unable to provide you with services we make available to other visitors to our site. And we can”t send you email alerting you to a new service we”re offering, to concerts scheduled for your area, or to upcoming personal appearances by our on-air personalities if you don”t tell us what you”re interested in and give us your email address. Similarly, we can”t notify you that you”ve been lucky enough to win a prize in a promotional contest if we don”t know how to contact you.
Of course, even if you want to remain completely anonymous, you”re still free to take advantage of the wealth of content available on our site without registration.
To help make our site more responsive to the needs of our visitors, we invoke a standard feature of browser software, called a “cookie,” to assign each visitor a unique number, a sort of user ID, if you will, that resides on your computer. The cookie doesn”t actually identify the visitor, just the computer that a visitor uses to access our site. Unless you voluntarily identify yourself (through registration, for example), we won”t know who you are, even if we assign a cookie to your computer. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information you supply. A cookie can”t read unrelated data off your hard drive. Our advertisers and third party service providers may also assign their own cookies to your browser, a process that we don”t control.
Our web servers automatically collect limited information about your computer configuration when you visit our site, including the type of browser software you use and your IP address. (Your IP address is a number that lets computers attached to the Internet know where to send you data — such as the web pages you view.) Your IP address does not identify you personally. We use this information to deliver our web pages to you upon request, to tailor our site to the interests of our users, and to measure traffic within our site.
Sweepstakes and Other Promotions
From time to time, we may offer sweepstakes or other promotions on our website. If you enter a sweepstakes or promotional contest, we”ll ask you to provide information about yourself (such as your name, address, and email address). Among other things, we”ll need this information to contact you if you win. We may share this information with any co-sponsor of the contest or sweepstakes, which we”ll identify in the contest rules. If you don”t want us to collect the information requested in the contest or sweepstakes registration form or to provide it to co-sponsors, please do not enter the contest or sweepstakes.
Information Collected By Third Parties
When we present information to our advertisers — to help them understand our audience and confirm the value of advertising on our websites — it is usually in the form of aggregated statistics on traffic to various pages within our site. From time to time, we may share either individual or aggregated information on visitors to our site with third parties that provide services on or are linked to by our website, and with those marketing products and services that we believe may be of interest to you. For example, when a provider promotes its products or services through our website, we may collect your contact information on the provider”s behalf, through a form on our website.
If you provide us your email address, from time to time we may send you emails about products, services, or events that we believe may be of interest to you. Though we hope you”ll find these emails informative and useful, if you do not wish to receive such emails, please indicate, when you give us your email address, that you”d prefer not to receive them. You can also unsubscribe by following the simple unsubscribe instructions included with each email.
We may occasionally release information about our visitors when release is appropriate to comply with law, to enforce our Visitor Agreement, or to protect the rights, property or safety of visitors to our site, our customers, the public, The Aquarius 7 Broadcasting Network, or a related company. As our business grows, we may buy or sell various assets. In the unlikely event that The Aquarius 7 Broadcasting Network, one of its business units or radio stations, or substantially all of its assets are acquired by another company, information on visitors to our website would be among the transferred assets.
Information we gather on our website is stored within The Aquarius 7 Broadcasting Network controlled databases (or databases hosted on our behalf) on servers maintained in protected environments. However, no physical or electronic security system is impenetrable. We cannot guarantee the security of our servers or databases, nor can we guarantee that information you supply won”t be intercepted while being transmitted to us over the Internet. And, of course, any information you post to any message board or other public posting area is available to anyone with Internet access. If you don”t want people to know your email address, for example, don”t include it in any message you post publicly. In the extremely unlikely event of a breach of database security, all listeners who have provided us a valid email address will be notified of this occurrence by the radio station.
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