designboom recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of all
provided by users of our web site, subscribers to our on-line education and events,
recipients of our e-mail newsletter, participants of
our competitions and
all of our customers. we created this policy with a fundamental respect
for our users’ right to privacy and to guide our
relationships with our users.
for certain selected services (such as free newsletter subscriptions,
competitions, on-line education courses),
users must first register.
recipients of our newsletter can unsubscribe using the instructions
listed at the end of the e-mail newsletter.
for our services that require payment (such as certain events, products
and subscriptions), we do not receive and do not collect credit card information.
we ask for contact information.
newsletter subscribers are required to give only their e-mail address,
participants of on-line education courses, competitions and special events
are asked to give also their name, age, gender and mailing address.
designboom collects information
from our website users, subscribers and customers for internal purposes.
we use this information to communicate with users and provide requested services.
we also collect the data for internal (and for business affiliates)
audit verification purposes.
we do not sell this data to third parties.
communications with us
we have features where users can submit information to us.
letters to the editor and similar submissions may be made public.
requests for service, support or information may be forwarded as needed
to best respond to a specific request.
with whome your information is shared
when we have co-branded, or when we join with other parties to provide
specific services (such as events, competitions), we may share (provide
and receive) personal information with them.
other than as set forth above, we do not share personally identifiable
information with other companies.
we use reasonable precautions to protect our users’ personal information
and to store it securely. the servers on which we store personally
identifiable information are kept in a secure environment.