This notice describes how thehouseofhearing.com may collect and use your information, and how you can get access to this information. Please review this Agreement carefully.
The privacy of your information is important to us.
For Using Our Site
Information We May Collect
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Identifiable Information We Collect:
House of Hearing collects personally identifiable information you provide when you sign up to receive our e-mail newsletter, call our phone number, send us an e-mail, send us a message through our online forms, or through public forums, and/or reach out to House of Hearing via online chat. We may use the personally identifiable information you provide to respond to your questions, provide you specific services you select, help you navigate the information on the Site, conduct follow-up surveys, and send you e-mails about website maintenance and updates.
By using our Site, we may collect categories of personal information including, but not limited to:
- Your name;
- Phone number;
- Geolocation, and;
- IP Address
Personally identifiable information that we collect may be shared or stored internally within our sister companies, subsidiaries, and parent company to facilitate proper functioning of the site, further our legitimate business interests, and/or compliance standards.
Information Collected by Third Parties Not Acting on House of Hearing’s Behalf
You may opt-out of third party data collection. In order to do so, you must opt-out of such data collection through each individual site, adjust the settings within your device or browser, or visit the Network Advertising Initiative Opt-Out Page.
We use the following third party cookies on this website and its pages:
SEM Rush, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager
Disclosure of Your Information
Disclosure of Aggregate Information
House of Hearing may provide anonymized, aggregate information to third parties. For example, we might inform third parties regarding the number of users of the Site and the activities they conduct while on the Site. We might also inform a company (that may or may not be an advertiser on our site) that “30% of our users live east of the Delaware River” or that “25% of our users dispense hearing aids.” We require parties with whom we share aggregate information to agree they will not attempt to make this information personally identifiable, such as by combining it with other databases.
How House of Hearing Handles Privacy and Security Internally
Listed below are some of the security procedures House of Hearing uses to protect your privacy:
- Uses firewalls to protect information held in our servers;
- Closely monitors and limits the number of House of Hearing employees who have potential access to your personally identifiable information;
- Follows best practices for password security;
- Securely stores your data.
Despite House of Hearing’s efforts to protect your personally identifiable information, there is always some risk that an unauthorized third-party may exceed access or that transmissions of your information over the Internet will be intercepted.
Contacting House of Hearing Regarding Your Personal Information
If you have a complaint, problem, or want to delete your personally identifiable information from our systems, or update the personally identifiable information that you have provided to us, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (801) 924-2880. Our FOP department will forward your complaint to the appropriate internal department for a response or resolution. We try to answer every e-mail within 48 business hours, but we may not always able to do so.
For California Residents:
You have the right not to be discriminated against for exercising your rights regarding your personal information. Pursuant to the Attorney General’s regulations, a consumer may authorize another person solely to opt-out of the sale of the consumer’s personal information on the consumer’s behalf.
For purposes of this notification, “personal information” means, but is not limited to: “information that identifies, relates to, describes, is reasonably capable of being associated with, or could reasonably be linked, directly or indirectly, with a particular consumer or household. Personal information includes, but is not limited to, the following if it identifies, relates to, describes, is reasonably capable of being associated with, or could be reasonably linked, directly or indirectly, with a particular consumer or household”.
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If any provision, or part of a provision, of these Terms is found to be invalid, you and we nevertheless agree to give effect to the intentions as reflected in the provisions and document as a whole, and the other provisions of these Terms remain in full force and effect.