1. The Capitals’ Orlov-Niskanen pairing struggled to start the season. Are they starting to come around?
  2. British driver Lando Norris makes a fast start on F1 track bow for McLaren
  3. Ryan Dzingel scores in overtime, Senators beat Jets 4-3
  4. ‘A two-year attack on free agency’: Players’ union chief fires back at MLB
  5. Zack Greinke shows up late to spring training, calls it ‘boring’
  6. Mississippi beats Missouri 75-65 to win fourth straight
  7. Opinion: Dell Demps deserved to be fired for years of failure
  8. Steve Kerr destroyed a clipboard and went ballistic over a flagrant foul call on Draymond Green
  9. Parkland school turns to experimental surveillance software that can flag students as threats
  10. Four-time All Pro Antonio Brown intends to ‘move on’ from Steelers
  11. Sears’ controversial ex-chairman closes deal to buy the company, keeping 425 stores open
  12. Sergio Agüero’s pageant directed by Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola
  13. What’s not to like about proposed MLB rules changes? Nothing, except for one.
  14. England’s attempt to atone against West Indies starts in some confusion
  15. TV and radio listings: February 7
  16. At Loyola Chicago, the Final Four banner casts a shadow
  17. The highs and lows of John Wall’s injury-marred Wizards career
  18. Google parent beats Q4 estimates, stock still drops
  19. Twitter absolutely loved Gladys Knight’s Super Bowl national anthem performance
  20. Giants running back Saquon Barkley wins NFL offensive rookie of the year
  21. High-profile moves _ and near moves _ mark a shift in MLS
  22. St Helens set early standard with scintillating derby win over Wigan
  23. Your money in 2019: what to look out for in the year ahead
  24. Man United come back late to draw 2-2 against Burnley
  25. New research is helping scientists to understand how humans recognize voices better than computers
  26. Ducks look to regain footing against Washington
  27. Opinion: Pelicans have no one to blame but themselves if Anthony Davis leaves
  28. Haotong Li gets 2-shot penalty, loses out on top 10 finish due to caddie alignment
  29. Enes Kanter vs. the Knicks: Five thoughts on the ongoing feud and where they go from here
  30. Eddie Jones: Pressure all on Ireland in Six Nations opener against England
  31. IOC backs FIFA’s calls for Bahraini player to be released
  32. Heinz to give away ketchup caviar as part of sweepstakes for ‘Valen-Heinz Day’
  33. Facebook reportedly looks to link Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram messaging
  34. Detroit Auto Show: ‘Sahara’ bronze tapped as automotive color of the year
  35. Most expensive US home, a $238M NYC penthouse, reportedly sold to billionaire Ken Griffin
  36. Raising The Minimum Wage Would Save American Lives
  37. No Sweethearts candy this Valentine’s Day after company goes out of business
  38. Spotify rolls out feature that allows users to mute artists they don’t want to hear
  39. Outdoor Voices CEO Tyler Haney: How I became a successful entrepreneur before I hit 30
  40. The blown call in Saints-Rams reminded us sports are messy. More replay won’t fix that.
  41. Reds acquire veteran right-hander Sonny Gray from Yankees
  42. Capitals can’t rally against cellar-dwelling Blackhawks as losing streak reaches 5 games
  43. SafeSport investigation into skater John Coughlin is ‘unlikely’ to continue after his death
  44. Eastern, Edwards lead Purdue past No. 25 Indiana 70-55
  45. ‘I’m a freegan – I get food from bins, foraging or my garden’
  46. Total lunar eclipse meets supermoon Sunday night
  47. No stethoscope for pain: Scientists seek real way to measure
  48. The Rams’ Todd Gurley has become the ideal modern NFL running back. His response? Shrug.
  49. Which matchup does CBS want in the Super Bowl? It matters less than you might think.
  50. Michael Jackson’s estate slams HBO and ‘Leaving Neverland’ documentary about his accusers
  51. TCU junior guard Fisher out for season and leaving program
  52. Gina Rodriguez on marriage, leading big Hollywood movies and reviving “Carmen Sandiego”
  53. TCU walk-on gets scholarship surprise from police officer
  54. Baseball Hall of Fame countdown: Roger Clemens, dominant, buy likely snubbed again
  55. Andrade set for first defense of middleweight title at MSG
  56. Troubled Higuain could be reunited with Sarri at Chelsea
  57. Japan beats Uzbekistan 2-1 to keep perfect Asian Cup record
  58. Martin O’Neill wants Roy Keane to join him at Nottingham Forest
  59. Ad Meter update: Mercedes-Benz, Pringles reveal details about their Super Bowl plans
  60. Training at Man United helps Rossi in search for new team
  61. Cohen acknowledges rigging polls for Trump in 2014 and 2015
  62. The best Super Bowl commercials of the 2000s, according to Ad Meter
  63. Exclusive: Cate Blanchett has horns and uterine pain in starry ‘Documentary Now!’ trailer
  64. Madrid enduring its worst struggles in more than 2 decades
  65. Kei Nishikori pushed to five sets by a vintage Ivo Karlovic in Australia
  66. LG is discounting its awesome OLED TVs in time for the Super Bowl
  67. Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman will retire after 2019
  68. Here’s your guide to the ‘super blood wolf moon eclipse’ that’s coming this weekend
  69. 11 years later, Djokovic tops Tsonga again in Australia
  70. UK house prices rise at fastest rate in almost two years, says Halifax
  71. Students and rail passengers ‘penalised by flawed inflation measures’
  72. The NBA easily sells out games in London, but basketball isn’t big in Britain
  73. Stars celebrate Chris Cornell in 5-hour tribute show: The big moments
  74. Mass. elementary school builds portrait of Tom Brady, Bill Belichick in Lego
  75. Jalen Hurts announces transfer to Oklahoma
  76. CES 2019: “Family tech” gadgets appeal to parental anxiety
  77. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and wife divorcing after 25 years
  78. Lab revokes honors for controversial DNA scientist Watson
  79. Researcher: Calf born to endangered Pacific Northwest orcas
  80. 3 teams pour in 140 points on high-scoring night in NBA
  81. FA Cup third round: 10 things to look out for this weekend FA Cup third round: 10 things to look out for this weekend
  82. Hubble Space Telescope’s premier camera shuts down
  83. Trauma Is The Norm For Many New Orleans Kids. This School Was Made For Them.
  84. Redskins earn a 16-13 comeback win over Jaguars, keeping playoff hopes alive
  85. Boxing must test rigorously for drugs – and stop bobbing and weaving
  86. Lions lament being eliminated following 14-13 loss to Bills
  87. Arsenal’s unbeaten run ends with 3-2 loss at Southampton
  88. Do the Eagles have a QB controversy between Carson Wentz and Nick Foles? Not if you look closely
  89. Voight’s career night of 52 points leads Northern Illinois
  90. California doctor accused of prescribing drugs in 5 deaths
  91. Alex Smith goes home from hospital after ‘difficult ride,’ with his NFL future still uncertain
  92. Hail or Fail: Josh Johnson helps Redskins erase halftime deficit for first time since 2016
  93. Pacers to hire NBA’s first female assistant general manager
  94. Henry rushes for 170 and 2 TDs, Titans win 3rd straight
  95. Bears clinch 1st playoff berth since 2010, beat Packers
  96. Scientists scour WWI shipwreck to solve military mystery
  97. Davis scores 17 points, No. 24 Houston beats Saint Louis
  98. Colts use Mack attack, defense to shut down Cowboys 23-0
  99. Football transfer rumours: Yaya Touré to join Crystal Palace or West Ham?
  100. Chicago Blackhawks mascot, Tommy the Hawk, bodyslams fan during fight
  101. ‘Wicked Tuna’ star William Hathaway dead at 36 in car crash
  102. Draft agreement emerges at UN climate talks, pitfalls remain
  103. Ivan Mauger obituary
  104. NASA moves liquid hydrogen tank to Huntsville for testing
  105. Alaska groups sue EPA to enforce clean air laws in Fairbanks
  106. What happens with stolen packages? Porch pirates out in force over the holidays
  107. Thanks to much-improved defense, the Thunder appears to be a legitimate threat to the Warriors
  108. Actress brings Detroit lessons to Broadway hit ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
  109. AP source: Liberty hired Hugh Freeze as football coach
  110. Two years after #Pizzagate showed the dangers of hateful conspiracies, they’re still rampant on YouTube
  111. Wagner’s controversial blocked field-goal helps Seahawks beat Vikings
  112. How AI is changing the music industry
  113. Why calls for athletes to compete as a homogenised group should be resisted
  114. Football transfer rumours: Harry Kane or Richarlison to Barcelona?
  115. Tony Bennett and Virginia have moved on from the UMBC loss. Really.
  116. The Latest: Marriott data breach among largest
  117. Teenagers trade personal stories: ‘It’s great to find you are not alone’
  118. Africa’s solid waste is growing, posing a climate threat
  119. Aw, socks: No. 9 Georgetown Prep holds off Whitman, 54-48
  120. Loyal customers being ‘ripped off’ by £877 a year, study finds
  121. Market volatility is back. How to survive the stock market’s wild swings
  122. Starbucks’ Happy Hour gets festive with buy-one-get-one free holiday drinks Thursday
  123. Ivanka Trump, Apple CEO Tim Cook visit Idaho school
  124. Saints left tackle Armstead back at practice
  125. Hail or Fail: Adrian Peterson made history in Redskins’ loss, and not just the good kind
  126. iPhone users are taking on Apple’s App Store at the Supreme Court. Here’s what it means.
  127. Holiday decorating experts offer tips for getting the professional look for less
  128. Correction: Apple-Women In Tech story
  129. SERVPRO First Responder Bowl Matchup
  130. Cotton Bowl: Notre Dame’s ability to withstand Clemson’s defensive line will be key factor
  131. TAP Air Portugal: Washington Dulles is newest U.S. destination
  132. Fast-food biz’s bottom line likely unaffected by E. coli romaine lettuce outbreak: Experts
  133. Cubs, Addison Russell take small step forward in response to domestic abuse
  134. Wilmer Flores cut loose by Mets
  135. Benefit of the doubt? The Redskins haven’t earned it, especially after Reuben Foster.
  136. A Corbyn government, unlike New Labour, would tax the rich properly
  137. Flu vaccine poll: A third of US parents say they plan to skip flu shots for their kids this season
  138. Why GM CEO Mary Barra killed Chevrolet cars, approved likely plant closures
  139. Gene-editing Chinese scientist kept much of his work secret
  140. The insanely popular nugget ice machine is at its lowest price ever—for now
  141. It’s must-win for Georgia, if not Alabama in SEC title game
  142. Ohio becomes first state to accept bitcoin for tax payments
  143. Bengals drubbed by Browns 35-20 as free fall continues
  144. Sony Michel emerges as X-factor for Patriots’ playoff push
  145. Researcher: Alzheimer’s vaccine could cut dementia in half, human trials may be next
  146. Fitness tips: winter swimming for beginners
  147. Black Friday: shoppers flock online in search of best deals
  148. Short on buzz, but Patriots-Jets usually close at MetLife
  149. Villanova, Oklahoma State reach Advocare semifinals
  150. House prices: what do the different indices show?
  151. Arizona QB Rosen undergoes tough first year on the job
  152. List: Store hours, opening times for major retailers on Black Friday 2018
  153. New on Netflix in December: ‘Infinity War,’ ‘Roma’ and a new Ellen stand-up special
  154. Black Friday 2018: the best robot vacuums deals on Eufy, Shark, iRobot, and more
  155. Limiting screen time for your kid? It’s harder than it looks
  156. The 20 best kitchen gifts of 2018
  157. McCowan scores 23 as No. 6 Mississippi St routs Coppin St
  158. The Wizards are playing good individual defense. So why is the team defense so bad?
  159. Rodriguez’s jumper lifts ETSU past Winthrop 76-74
  160. Ryan Fraser fires Scotland close to Nations League promotion
  161. ‘I want to play better’: is 2018 the start of Tom Brady’s NFL decline?
  162. The one writer who voted Max Scherzer ahead of Jacob deGrom for Cy Young explains his ballot
  163. Salty Matt Patricia had the Lions practice in the snow and he’s not sorry
  164. Winnipeg’s Josh Morrissey fined by NHL for hit on Capitals’ T.J. Oshie
  165. Tiger Woods: ‘I’ve been in Phil’s head for 20-some-odd years’
  166. Orioles name Mike Elias as next general manager
  167. Pitt visits Wake looking to clinch spot in ACC title game
  168. LeBron James scores 44 points to pass Chamberlain on all-time scoring list
  169. Boilermakers, Badgers hope to rebound following losses
  170. Virginia looks for better showing against triple-option
  171. Browns’ Baker Mayfield stacking wins on field and in Cleveland community with Special Olympics
  172. We tried it: Night Sight feature on Google Pixel lets you shoot in the dark without a flash
  173. Six years of football and fatherhood at Maryland
  174. Croatia stun Spain to set up Nations League decider against England
  175. How is Facebook Portal? Not bad compared to Skype, FaceTime and Google Hangouts
  176. How to become an astronaut: Tales from Mae Jemison and Leland Melvin about training for space
  177. As wildfires grow deadlier, officials search for solutions
  178. Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, more stars mourn ‘hero,’ ‘Hee Haw’ host Roy Clark
  179. Google’s hometown passes new business tax to cope with rise in tech commuters
  180. Eagles-Saints Preview Capsule
  181. Lakers’ LeBron James passes WIlt Chamberlain for fifth place on NBA all-time scoring list
  182. Veterans Day 2018: All the places vets can get freebies and meal deals Sunday and Monday
  183. Here are the 5 best deals on Amazon right now
  184. Listen to the Talking Tech podcast
  185. Disney results jump on strong movie slate
  186. Fantasy football: These Week 10 standouts providing late-season boost
  187. 32 things we learned from Week 10 of the 2018 NFL season
  188. Removing items in ears and noses ‘costs NHS £3m a year’
  189. Alibaba sets a Singles Day record with more than $30 billion in sales
  190. NFL Week 10 winners, losers: Rams defense can be counted on, time for Jets to make change
  191. Josh Norman calls out Redskins’ home fans: ‘They just boo everything’
  192. Just another night of offensive misery for Buffalo Bills in loss to New England Patriots
  193. How Lewis Hamilton’s family ties fuelled his desire to be a champion
  194. Cleveland Browns fire Hue Jackson, promote Gregg Williams
  195. Trump is rolling back two Obama-era memos on wireless technology and replacing them with his own ‘national spectrum strategy’
  196. Chelsea coach Marco Ianni charged over Stamford Bridge touchline chaos
  197. Six Nations set to unveil HSBC as championship’s new title sponsor
  198. Chase Elliott is still trailing NASCAR’s Big 3 by a lot: ‘They don’t mess up’
  199. The NFC playoff race is about to get wild
  200. NFL Week 7 winners, losers: Carolina Panthers keep pace in NFC South after comeback win
  201. Rae Carruth leaves prison, fears the ‘hate and negativity toward me’
  202. Fire returns inside Mourinho at Man United
  203. Fire returns inside Mourinho at Man United
  204. Rich Tandler’s presence was felt during Redskins’ win over Cowboys: ‘He was with us today’
  205. NFL Week 7 winners, losers: Carolina Panthers keep pace in NFC South after comeback win
  206. Red Sox need to fix one key stat to beat Dodgers in World Series
  207. Ranking the NFL’s eight divisions, from best to worst
  208. For NHL goalies, league’s new pad restrictions are a real pain
  209. Who’s to blame for Eagles’ collapse, poor season so far? Start with the coaches
  210. Six NHLers feeling the pressure before season is three weeks old
  211. Football Top 20: DeMatha, Georgetown Prep upset the rankings as turbulence continues
  212. Deshaun Watson goes Full Madden, takes 12-hour bus ride to Jacksonville
  213. For NHL goalies, league’s new pad restrictions are a real pain
  214. Justin Tucker doesn’t duck media after missing game-tying PAT: ‘I want to face it’
  215. John Calipari: G League contracts will make Kentucky basketball better
  216. Tom Brady, who hates the Dodgers, says the Red Sox will win World Series
  217. Hail or Fail: Redskins benefit from rare call and Cowboys’ terrible clock management
  218. Seeing Tiger Woods in his Sunday red has Paul Azinger giddy for new NBC Sports gig
  219. Justin Tucker doesn’t duck media after missing game-tying PAT: ‘I want to face it’
  220. Cowboys long snapper left confused by ‘snap infraction’ penalty that pushed back last-second field goal try
  221. Ex-NFL player Rae Carruth released after nearly 19 years in prison for murder plot
  222. Deshaun Watson goes Full Madden, takes 12-hour bus ride to Jacksonville

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This Privacy Policy was last modified and is effective as of September 28, 2017

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Privacy Policy

 

World Total Press, LLC (“World Total Press”, “we”, “us”, or “our”) operates the following list of healthcare and fitness-related websites: http://worldtotalpress.com (individually, a “Site”; collectively, the “Sites”). This is the official Privacy Policy for the Sites. This Privacy Policy forms a part of your legal agreement with us, along with our Terms of Use and any other Additional Terms. PLEASE READ THIS PRIVACY POLICY CAREFULLY AS IT DESCRIBES HOW WE COLLECT AND USE INFORMATION COLLECTED ABOUT YOU ONLINE AND UNDER WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES WE SHARE INFORMATION ABOUT YOU. Any terms not defined in this Privacy Policy are shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the Terms of Use. 1. CHANGES TO PRIVACY POLICY. We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to modify, add or delete provisions of this Privacy Policy at any time. When we make material changes to this Privacy Policy, we will inform you by either emailing you or posting a notice on the page from which you access this Privacy Policy. We display the effective date of this Privacy Policy at the top of this page. Your use of any of our Sites after the effective date of any such modification, means you accept and agree to be bound by the Privacy Policy, as modified. You should come back to this web page and review this Privacy Policy regularly so that you remain aware of the terms and conditions that apply to you. 2. NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED AND HOW COLLECTED. When you access or visit any of our Sites, we and our operational service providers (as defined in the “Disclosure to Third Parties” section below) and others who host our Sites often use “cookies” and other technologies that may recognize, collect and/or transmit information that is associated with you or your device. These various technologies may recognize, collect and/or transmit information about your visits to our Sites, such as your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, the Internet or web domain that referred you, the type of operating system and browser you are using, the date and time of your visit, data relating to activities on our Sites (e.g., so-called “clickstream” data) and other technological attributes about your visit to the Sites. We may use this information to analyze trends, administer the Sites, provide promotional material of interest to users, track user movements on the Sites and gather aggregate demographic information about visitors so we can continually improve our Sites. Cookies and other technologies may also allow our Sites to recognize your computer or device each time it is used to visit a particular Site, track how you use our Sites, track your preferences for features and functions and, for our Sites that have registration or similar features, they can store information such as your user name and password so you don’t have to re-enter them each time you return to visit. – 2 – Third Parties that deliver advertising on our Sites may use cookies and other technologies to collect user information when users respond to or interact with banner placements. The information collected does not usually identify you personally, with the potential exception described in Section 9 regarding The Body PRO. Most Internet browsers allow you to delete or disable cookies by changing the settings on your Internet browser. However, please note, deleting or disabling cookies may affect your ability to use certain features and functions of our Sites and it may also require you to re-enter certain information each time you visit or attempt to use our Sites. You should consult the operating instructions that apply to your browser to determine how to best configure your browser settings for your needs. 3. PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED. The term “Personal Information” refers to any information you provide in connection with your use of any of our Sites by which you can be personally identified. Personal Information may include such things as your name, mobile phone number, street address, telephone number, date of birth, e-mail address, photographs of yourself, and any other information which might reasonably be used to identify you. On some of our Sites, we may also collect Personal Information related to your health, for example, whether you have high blood pressure or what type of medicine you are taking. We obtain Personal Information from you when you voluntarily submit it to us (or our operational service providers) or provide it on one or more of our Sites in order to allow you to register, subscribe or take advantage of certain features, functions, services, activities, promotions (e.g., sweepstakes and contests), and content on our Sites (these are referred to as “Content” in our Terms of Use). For example, on some of our Sites, we may collect Personal Information that you post within the community-based features, such as the “Share Your Story” or “Ask a Question” features on the Health Central Site and the “Connect” and “Ask the Experts” features on The Body Site. Please note that you may not be able to use some Content if you choose not to provide your Personal Information when requested. If you provide or submit your Personal Information to any of our Sites, our policy is to give you the right to review, update and/or delete your Personal Information, subject to our obligations to comply with legal, regulatory or internal audit and record-keeping requirements. 4. HOW WE USE YOUR INFORMATION. We may use the information that we obtain from you, including Personal Information and information in the aggregate form: (a) to provide you with the information you have requested (e.g., emailing you health alerts) or to provide you with the services you have requested (e.g., sending you newsletters; sending you text messages; responding to your request for a consultation); (b) to improve the Content, appearance and utility of our Sites; (c) to tailor your experience on our Sites; (d) to track our visitors’ use of our Sites for internal research purposes; (e) to monitor compliance with our Terms of Use; (f) to notify our visitors of updates to our Sites; (g) to send you promotional and marketing materials; and (h) for our internal or our business partners’ research and analysis purposes. If we or any of our Sites collect, maintain, use or intend to share your Personal Information for purposes other than as described in this Privacy Policy, we will ensure that it is included within the Additional Terms that applies to the Site or Sites involved or will post a notice to you before you submit your Personal Information. – 3 – 5. PUBLIC POSTINGS. Some of our Sites may permit you to make Postings (as defined in our Terms of Use). If you make a Posting to any area of a Site that that may be accessed by other users (such as health-related information you place on a message board, public profile, or chat room), please keep in mind that such information can be viewed and used by anyone who uses or accesses the Site. Please do not disclose Personal Information in these areas. Any information you disclose may be used by third parties we do not control. We are not responsible for any information, including Personal Information, you choose to disclose to public areas of our Sites, or for any related losses or damages, whether alleged or actual. 6. CHILDREN. Our Sites are not intended for children under the age of 13 and we do not knowingly solicit or collect Personal Information from children under the age of 13. If you are a parent or guardian of a child under the age of 13 and believe he or she has provided Personal Information to us please notify us at [email protected] If you are 13 or older but still a minor in the state in which you reside (typically 18), you must obtain the consent of your parent or guardian before using our Sites. 7. THIRD PARTY LINKS. Our Sites may contain or display information from cosponsors, advertisers, retailers, social networks, operational service providers or other unaffiliated third parties (each, a “Third Party”) that offer to make information, goods or services available, provide opportunities to participate in promotions or engage in activities or that link or redirect your browser to other websites, materials or organizations. We are not responsible for the privacy or data use practices at these external websites. We encourage you to review the privacy policies and terms and conditions for these web sites. If you have any questions regarding the information gathering or dissemination activities of other web sites, you should consult the privacy policies and terms and conditions contained on those web sites. 8. DISCLOSURE TO THIRD PARTIES. Our policy is to not sell, rent, lease, provide or otherwise disclose your Personal Information to unaffiliated entities unless specifically described here or in any other terms that may apply to your use of a particular Site. We reserve the right to disclose your Personal Information to any Third Party we engage for the purpose of administering, operating, configuring site design, maintaining and providing internal support for our Sites and Content on the Sites. These Third Parties are called “operational service providers” and provide internal support to operations and activities and for Site design, development, advertising, hosting and operations. For example, we may employ operational service providers to send direct emails on our behalf or to provide information technology support. We may also use operational service providers to display or serve advertising on our Sites, run promotions, and distribute email messages or web-based newsletters and other information. We take reasonable efforts to ensure that our operational service providers protect your privacy, and that they are not permitted to use your Personal Information for their own marketing or promotional purposes. We also reserve the right to make your Personal Information available to Third Parties in the following situations: • when compelled by a governmental agency, law, regulation, a court or other legal process; – 4 – • if we believe you are, have or may violate any law, regulation, or our Terms of Use; • to enforce our Terms of Use or any other agreements we may have with you; • if we believe you are or may be a threat to the safety, property, interests or rights of World Total Pressor others; • in order to investigate, respond to or resolve problems or inquiries or defend our interests; • in a merger, acquisition, change of control, joint venture or other business combination; • when you otherwise consent. 9. DISCLOSURE APPLICABLE TO THE BODY PRO SITE. If you are a healthcare provider utilizing The Body PRO site, Third Parties may combine information gathered through cookies, pixels and other technologies in an effort to personally identify you. The data they collect will be used solely for research and measurement purposes. 10. AGGREGATE OR ANONYMIZED DATA. World Total Press may, either by itself or in coordination with its business partners and World Total Press operational service providers, create aggregate or anonymized data sets from the Personal Information that we collect. As a general matter, aggregate and anonymized data sets do not include your Personal Information and cannot be used to identify you. We may disclose such aggregate or anonymized data sets with our business partners; for example, our business partners may use such aggregate or anonymized data sets in order to conduct research and analysis. 11. REMOVAL OR DELETION OF YOUR INFORMATION/OPTING OUT. In general, at your request, World Total Press will remove or delete Personal Information that you have provided to us. You may do so by emailing [email protected] with your opt-out request. Some of our Sites may permit you to opt-out of certain Voluntary Communications (as defined in our Terms of Use) for which you have registered or subscribed to receive (e.g., newsletters) and promotional Automatic Communications (as defined in our Terms of Use). Users may unsubscribe from receiving Voluntary Communications and promotional Automatic Communications from us at any time by following the instructions contained at the end of every email. Please note that you may continue to receive emails from us for up to ten (10) days following your unsubscribing. 12. SECURITY. We maintain a reasonable standard of security and try to limit information access to individuals who need to have such access to perform their responsibilities associated with our Sites and the Content on our Sites. Despite these efforts, no system can ever be 100% secure. As a result, we cannot guarantee that the Personal Information stored on our servers will be free from unauthorized access. By using our Sites you are agreeing to assume this risk and any and all responsibility and liability that may arise. 13. CORRECTING OR UPDATING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION. If you have provided your Personal Information to us, you can update or delete it by logging into your account or contacting us at [email protected] Although we may provide you with the ability to update or delete Personal Information directly on our Site, some Personal Information may not be changed or deleted by you and may require you to contact World Total Press for verification. – 5 – 14. YOUR CALIFORNIA PRIVACY RIGHTS. California Civil Code Section 1798.83, allows individuals who have provided their Personal Information to us to request information about our disclosures of certain categories of Personal Information (if any) to third parties for their direct marketing purposes during the immediately preceding year. If applicable, you may request such information by either sending an email to our designated Privacy Administrator at privacy World Total Press.com or contacting us via postal mail, proper postage prepaid, at: Privacy Administrator World Total Press, LLC 305 Shadowlawn St, Duck Hill, MS 38925 Attn: Your California Privacy Rights In addition, under California law, website operators are required to disclose how they respond to web browser “do not track” signals or other similar mechanisms that provide consumers the ability to exercise choice regarding the collection of personal information of a consumer over time and across third party websites, to the extent the operator engages in that collection. At this time, we do not track our users’ Personal Information over time and across third-party websites. This law also requires website operators to disclose whether third parties may collect personal information about their users’ online activities over time and across different sites when the users use the operator’s website. We do not knowingly permit third parties to collect Personal Information about an individual user’s online activities over time and across different web sites when using our Sites, except as described in Section 9 herein. 15. CONTACT US. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at: [email protected].

 

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