Last updated: 9/2/19
What We Collect
We collect and use the information below to provide and improve the Services of The Digital Mental Health Project.
We collect the information you provide such as your name and email address when you sign up to receive The Digital Mental Health Project email newsletter.
When you use the Services, we collect information related to the devices on which you are using our Services. We may collect this information using analytics software such as Google Analytics. Examples of such information include the type of device, type of browser, IP addresses, the website you visited before ours, and other identifiers associated with your device, including your location.
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Use and Sharing of Your information
We use your information for the following reasons: for the purposes you provide it, such as delivering the newsletter, customer service, marketing purposes, and for research and analytics purposes. The Digital Mental Health Project may share your information as discussed below, but we will not sell your information to third parties.
Other Service Providers
The Digital Mental Health Project uses other service providers to help give you the best experience.. Examples of such other service providers we may use include website developers, payment processors, customer services providers, and marketing service providers. These other service providers only have access to the information they need to work for The Digital Mental Health Project and are prohibited from using the information for any other purpose.
We may share your information to third parties if we determine that a disclosure is required to comply with the law, protect persons from death or serious injury, or prevent fraud.
In the event that The Digital Mental Health Project decides to sell, buy, merge, or engage in another strategic transaction involving our business and other businesses, such transaction may involve disclosing your information. While we would seek protections for all information disclosed, the information would likely be one of the transferred assets in such a transaction.
Your Rights to Your Information
You have the right to know what information about you we have stored, update the information we have stored about you, have us delete the information we have about you, or to opt out of future contact from us.
How We Protect Your information
We maintain security measures that are commercially reasonable in the industry. Please note that no method of storing or transmitting information on the internet is completely secure, and therefore we cannot guarantee the security of information you share with us.
These services are not directed at children under 13, and we will not intentionally collect or store any personally identifiable information of children under 13. If you are a child under the age of 13, please do not use our Services or submit any personally identifiable information to us.