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Sensory Speed, Inc. Privacy Policy
Last Updated: December 7th, 2017

Sensory Speed, Inc. along with our affiliates, and subsidiaries (collectively, “Sensory Speed”, “us”, “we” or “our”) take the privacy of your personal information very seriously. We provide you with this Privacy Policy because we want you to know how we may collect, use, share and keep information about you, and the choices that are available to you.

We will not use or share your information with anyone except as described in this Privacy Policy.

Information Sensory Speed Collects
The information we receive from you helps us personalize and continually improve our business, and our customer’s experience. Here are the types of personal information we may gather:

Personal information may include, but is not limited to, your email address, name, phone number, postal address, other information (“Personal Information”).

We receive, store and process personal information you provide to us when you purchase or use the Sensory Speed Services, enter information on our websites, set up your account, communicate with us over e-mail or phone, use our streaming services, take our surveys, use our applications on mobile devices, participate in any promotions, interact on our social media platforms, or in any other way.
We collect information that your browser sends whenever you visit our Service (“Log Data”). This Log Data may include information such as your computer’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, browser type, browser version, the pages of the Sensory Speed Services that you visit, the time and date of your visit, the time spent on those pages and other statistics. In addition, we may use third party services such as Google Analytics that collect, monitor and analyze this type of information in order to increase our Service’s functionality. These third party service providers have their own privacy policies addressing how they use such information.
We may receive information about you from other sources, including from third party vendors, services and commercially available sources, such as public databases. We may also collect information that you publicly post on our social media pages, such as our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.

How Sensory Speed Uses Your Information
We may use the information you provide us in multiple ways, including without limitation, to:
  • Process and fulfill your requests or orders for any Sensory Speed Service;
  • ​Verify your identity and/or location to allow access to your accounts;
  • ​Communicate with you about your orders or inquiries you may have submitted to us;
  • ​Inform you about new products or services, including if you provided your information to us during a transaction, but did not finalize the order;
     Address an issue affecting your account or use of any Sensory Speed Service;Assist you with your athletic and academic goals, which may include providing you with advice and feedback on your goals, and/or connecting you with other who share your interests;
  • ​Administer contests, promotions, events, or surveys;
  • ​Operate, improve and maintain our Sensory Speed Services, including for data analysis, such as user behavior and trends, and diagnose problems with our server and websites;
  • ​Comply with applicable international, federal, state, provincial/territorial and local laws, directives, rules, regulations, and ordinances; civil, criminal or regulatory investigations; or other legal requirements, such as court orders.
Cookies
Cookies are files with a small amount of data used to recognize your device and provide personalized features and advertisements. Cookies are sent to your browser from a website and transferred to your device. We use cookies to collect information in order to improve our services for you.

You can change your browser settings to refuse all cookies or to have it notify you when a cookie is being sent. The Help feature on most browsers provide information on how to accept cookies, disable cookies or to notify you when receiving a new cookie.

If you do not accept cookies, you may not be able to use some features of our Service and we recommend that you leave them turned on.

As you use our websites and other websites, online ad networks we work with may place anonymous cookies on your computer, and use similar technologies, in order to understand your interests based on your anonymous online activities, and thus to tailor more relevant ads to you.

 

Behavioral Remarketing
Sensory Speed uses remarketing services to advertise on third party websites to you after you visited the Sensory Speed Services. We, and our third party vendors, use cookies to inform, optimize and serve ads based on your past visits.

 

Do Not Track Disclosure
We do not support Do Not Track (“DNT”). Do Not Track is a preference you can set in your web browser to inform websites that you do not want to be tracked.

You can enable or disable Do Not Track by visiting the Preferences or Settings page of your web browser.

 

How Sensory Speed Shares the Information and Data it Receives
We value the trust our customers place in us to safeguard their personal information. We share personal information we collect with your consent and as described below:

Third-Party Service Providers
We may utilize third party companies and individuals to perform business functions on our behalf to better serve you. This may include, but not limited to: third parties to help us make our products and services available to you, fulfill orders you may have placed, process credit card payments, provide customer support, send postal mail, deliver your packages, analyze information for market research, manage promotions, and contact you in regarding the Sensory Speed Services. In these instances, we may need to provide your information to these third parties for such purposes.

Protection of Sensory Speed and Others
We may share your information, including personally identifiable information, in order to:
  • Protect or defend the legal rights or property of Sensory Speed, or the legal rights of our customers, coaches, business partners, employees, agents, and contractors;
  • ​protect the safety and security of our customers, coaches or members of the public, including acting in urgent circumstances;
  • ​detect and protect against fraud and identity theft;
  • ​comply with laws, legal process, or legal requests from any governmental or regulatory body; or to enforce our website Terms and Conditions and/or other agreements.
De-identified Data Disclosures
We may also disclose non-identifying transaction information to third parties for the purpose of accounting and record keeping. We may also disclose aggregated, de-identified user data or non-personal information with business partners, advertisers, and others.

 

Third-Party Services
On our websites or mobile applications, you may be able to access or use services offered by or in conjunction with third parties. These third parties have separate data collection and privacy practices independent from ours, so please review their privacy policies to understand your rights. For this reason, Sensory Speed cannot be responsible for their policies or actions. Please contact those third parties directly if you have questions about their privacy practices.

 

Security
We strive to implement and maintain reasonable, commercially acceptable security procedures and practices appropriate to the nature of the information we store, in order to protect it from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure.

However, please understand that no method of transmission over the internet, or method of electronic storage is 100% secure and we are unable to guarantee the absolute security of the Personal Information we have collected from you.

 

Children’s Privacy
Only persons age 18 or older have permission to access our Services. Our Services do not address anyone under the age of 13 (“Children”).

We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under 13. If you are a parent or guardian and you learn that your Children have provided us with Personal Information, please contact us. If we become aware that we have collected Personal Information from a children under age 13 without verification of parental consent, we take steps to remove that information from our servers.

 

Changes to This Privacy Policy
We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time and will be effective upon its posting on our websites. Your continued use of any of our Sensory Speed Services after the changes are posted constitutes your acknowledgment of any modifications, both with regard to information we have previously collected from you and information we may collect from you in the future.

 

 

THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION.

PLEASE REVIEW IT CAREFULLY.

We respect our legal obligation to keep health information that identifies you private. We are obligated by law to give you notice of our privacy practices. This Notice describes how we protect your health information and what rights you have regarding it.

TREATMENT, PAYMENT, AND HEALTH CARE OPERATIONS
The most common reason why we use or disclose your health information is for treatment, payment or health care operations. Examples of how we use or disclose information for treatment purposes are: setting up an appointment for you; showing you low vision aids; referring you to another doctor or clinic for eye care or low vision aids or services; or getting copies of your health information from another professional that you may have seen previously. Examples of how we use or disclose your health information for payment purposes are: asking you about your health or vision care plans, or other sources of payment; and collecting unpaid amounts (either ourselves or through a collection agency or attorney). “Health care operations” mean those administrative and managerial functions that we have to do in order to run our business. Examples of how we use or disclose your health information for health care operations are: financial or billing audits; internal quality assurance; personnel decisions; participation in managed care plans; defense of legal matters; business planning; and outside storage of our records.

We routinely use your health information inside our office for these purposes without any special permission. If we need to disclose your health information outside of our office for these reasons, we usually will not ask you for special written permission.

 

USES AND DISCLOSURES FOR OTHER REASONS WITHOUT PERMISSION
In some limited situations, the law allows or requires us to use or disclose your health information without your permission. Not all of these situations will apply to us; some may never come up at our office at all. Such uses or disclosures are:
  • disclosures to governmental authorities about victims of suspected abuse, neglect or domestic violence;
  • ​disclosures for judicial and administrative proceedings, such as in response to subpoenas or orders of courts or administrative agencies;
  • ​disclosures for law enforcement purposes, such as to provide information about someone who is or is suspected to be a victim of a crime;
  • ​to provide information about a crime at our office; or to report a crime that happened somewhere else;
  • ​uses or disclosures for health related research;
  • ​uses and disclosures to prevent a serious threat to health or safety;
  • ​incidental disclosures that are an unavoidable by-product of permitted uses or disclosures;
  • ​disclosures to “business associates” who perform health care operations for us and who commit to respect the privacy of your health information;
OTHER USES AND DISCLOSURES
YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING YOUR HEALTH INFORMATION
The law gives you many rights regarding your health information. You can: 
  • ask us to restrict our uses and disclosures for purposes of treatment (except emergency treatment), payment or health care operations. We do not have to agree to do this, but if we agree, we must honor the restrictions that you want. To ask for a restriction, send a written request to this office at the address or fax shown at the beginning of this Notice.
  • ask us to communicate with you in a confidential way, such as by phoning you at work rather than at home, by mailing health information to a different address, or by using Email to your personal E Mail address. We will accommodate these requests if they are reasonable, and if you pay us for any extra cost. If you want to ask for confidential communications, send a written request to this office at the address or fax shown at the beginning of this Notice.
  • ask to see or to get photocopies of your health information. By law, there are a few limited situations in which we can refuse to permit access or copying. For the most part, however, you will be able to review or have a copy of your health information within 30 days of asking us (or sixty days if the information is stored off-site). You may have to pay for photocopies in advance. If we deny your request, we will send you a written explanation, and instructions about how to get an impartial review of our denial if one is legally available. By law, we can have one 30 day extension of the time for us to give you access or photocopies if we send you a written notice of the extension. If you want to review or get photocopies of your health information, send a written request to this office at the address, or fax to the number shown at the beginning of this Notice.
  • ask us to amend your health information if you think that it is incorrect or incomplete. If we agree, we will amend the information within 60 days from when you ask us. We will send the corrected information to persons who we know got the wrong information, and others that you specify. If we do not agree, you can write a statement of your position, and we will include it with your health information along with any rebuttal statement that we may write. Once your statement of position and/or our rebuttal is included in your health information, we will send it along whenever we make a permitted disclosure of your health information. By law, we can have one 30 day extension of time to consider a request for amendment if we notify you in writing of the extension. If you want to ask us to amend your health information, send a written request, including your reasons for the amendment, to this office at the address or fax shown at the beginning of this Notice.
  •  get a list of the disclosures that we have made of your health information within the past six years (or a shorter period if you want). By law, the list will not include: disclosures for purposes of treatment, payment or health care operations; disclosures with your authorization; incidental disclosures; disclosures required by law; and some other limited disclosures. You are entitled to one such list per year without charge. If you want more frequent lists, you will have to pay for them in advance. We will usually respond to your request within 60 days of receiving it, but by law we can have one 30 day extension of time if we notify you of the extension in writing. If you want a list, send a written request to this office at the address or fax shown at the beginning of this Notice.
  •  get additional paper copies of this Notice of Privacy Practices upon request. It does not matter whether you got one electronically or in paper form already. If you want additional paper copies, send a written request to this office at the address, or fax shown at the beginning of this Notice.
OUR NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES
By law, we must abide by the terms of this Notice of Privacy Practices until we choose to change it. We reserve the right to change this notice at any time as allowed by law. If we change this Notice, the new privacy practices will apply to your health information that we already have as well as to such information that we may generate in the future. If we change our Notice of Privacy Practices, we will post the new notice in our office, have copies available in our office, and post it on our Web site.

COMPLAINTS
If you think that we have not properly respected the privacy of your health information, you are free to complain to us or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights. We will not retaliate against you if you make a complaint. If you want to complain to us, send a written complaint to the office contact person at the address or fax shown at the beginning of this Notice. If you prefer, you can discuss your complaint in person or by phone.