Last Updated: 5 February 2013
Generally speaking, you may use our products while remaining anonymous and not revealing any personal information. From time to time, a hardware product of ours may communicate with one or more software applications on your computer or mobile device for the purpose of providing its stated functionality to you; e.g. an image scanner sends scanned photographs to your photo library, or a record player digitizes the audio on an LP and sends it to an application on your computer or mobile device for editing and archiving. However, at no time do our products transmit any personally identifying information to the computer or mobile device.
Submission and Use of Personal Information
In order to register your product and be eligible for warranty service and support, we may require that you submit some personal information to us for the purposes of identifying you and details about your product if you contact our service and support department.
We may also use this information to send you information about inMusic, our products and brands, services, or other topics inMusic thinks may be of interest to you, such as brand, product and service information or updates.
We do not share any personal information collected from our customers with any non-affiliated third parties (except as outlined in the “Law Enforcement” section below), nor do we sell any personal information collected from our customers for any purpose whatsoever.
inMusic Links to Other Sites and Advertising
Our websites may display advertisements and/or links to third parties. inMusic is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of those websites. Please refer to the privacy policies of the respective third parties for further information.
From time to time, inMusic may make online surveys available to users of our websites. Participation in those surveys is voluntary. Some online surveys may ask participants for personal information, such as an email address, in addition to requesting answers to survey questions. inMusic may use that personal information to contact the participant if necessary, or as otherwise described above. inMusic may make the results of any survey publicly available, although inMusic will not attribute any particular response to you without your permission.
On occasion inMusic may make available contests, sweepstakes, or similar events to visitors to our websites in which they may qualify for participation. Participation is always voluntary and subject to the applicable rules. The rules may ask participants to provide personal information as a condition of participation. inMusic may also make the winner's names public, as provided in the applicable rules, or as required by law. inMusic may also use that information as described above. In some instances, the applicable rules may contain additional or different uses for the information you provide; please be sure to review those rules carefully before entering.
While not intended for nor target to children, some of inMusic’s websites may appeal to children under the age of 18; however, we do not wish nor intended to receive data from children. We encourage parents and guardians to spend time online with their children and to participate in the interactive activities offered on the sites their children visit. No information should be submitted to, or posted at, inMusic websites by visitors under 18 years of age without the consent of their parent or guardian.
Generally speaking, our websites have security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. Since our sites under general usage does not collect financial information, inMusic uses the standard internet connections for those general usage portions of the site, without secured sockets.
inMusic websites may provide certain additional, optional services that may use additional security measures to protect the information, such as financial information, provided by you to obtain the service. Those additional security measures may vary, depending upon the particular service offered. You will be informed of any specific security measures at the time you register for a particular service. Please review that information where applicable for further detail.
In some cases, you may be prompted to register with our sites to undertake a particular site activity or obtain a particular service. As part of that registration, you may be asked to choose your own password. inMusic reminds you to protect your password, and not provide it to others to use. Allowing others to access and use your account and password can compromise the security of your information. inMusic disclaims any responsibility or obligation for your decision to provide your password to others.
CHANGES TO THIS POLICY
Typically you accept to receive communications when you submit information to our websites. If you wish to remove your information from our website’s registration database and no longer receive future communications or use any services, you may do so through any of the methods described below. Please note that it may take us a reasonable amount of time to process your request.
- 1. Email our websites’ respective web master with your intention to be removed.
- 2. A particular service may have an Administration section that allows you to change any previous selections for that service.
- 3. Email our customer support team with your intention to be removed.
CONTACTING THE WEB SITE
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, or our practices in collecting user data online, you can contact the respective website’s web master at the following address and email:
200 Scenic View Dr.
Cumberland, RI 02864
NOTICE TO EUROPEAN USERS
Please note that the information you enter on our sites or otherwise provide to inMusic Brands, or its subsidiaries or divisions, may be transferred outside of the European Economic Area, for purposes of processing, by inMusic Brands, Inc., a company located in Cumberland RI, U.S.A., or its subsidiaries, or inMusic's subsidiaries or divisions, or authorized partners, located worldwide, in order to provide this site and its services to you. You are advised that the United States uses a sectoral model of privacy protection that relies on a mix of legislation, governmental regulation, and self-regulation. You are further advised that the Council of the European Union has found that this model does not provide "adequate" privacy protections as contemplated by Article 25 of the European Union's Data Directive. (Directive 95/46/EC, 1995 O.J. (L 281) 31)
Article 26 of the European Union's Data Directive allows for transfer of personal data from the European Union to a third country if the individual has unambiguously given his consent to the transfer of personal information, regardless of the third country's level of protection.
By using inMusic web properties, you consent to the transfer of all such information to the United States and the processing of that information as described in this Policy.