April 17, 2014

KKNT Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Privacy Policy
Your online privacy is a priority for Townhall.com and we are taking every effort to protect any personal information that you provide. This privacy policy has been created to answer any questions you may have regarding our use of information collected and how information is being collected and protected.
Go to your question directly:

What information is being collected at Townhall.com?

The only personal information collected is information you give us. Townhall.com offers multiple opportunities for you to sign up for email alerts and sign up for your personal action center. We do not collect or maintain any personal information unless you provide us with your name, address, zip code, and email address.

How we use log files to better serve you.
We use log files to assess the aggregate level of traffic to Townhall.com including what pages people are visiting, and to diagnose any potential problems with the Web site. This log file does contain an “Internet Protocol” or IP address that gives us insight on the general geographic area that visitors are coming from but not information on a specific individual.

We ask that children under 13 do not submit their information. In accordance with the Federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA) Townhall.com does not knowingly collect information from children. We encourage parents to participate actively in their children’s Internet experience.

We do not retain information when you forward a message unless you request us to do so. Townhall.com contains numerous opportunities for a visitor to forward documents, photos, and messages to friends and family. This information is only used to forward that visitor’s message and is not retained by Townhall.com unless you request it. We save email addresses as a personal service to our users. Under NO circumstances will Townhall.com send messages to our users list directly.

How is the information collected at Townhall.com used?

We personalize the website and email communications. When you offer your personal information for email alerts or to participate in our activism efforts we use your information to personalize and customize Web pages and emails from Townhall.com to you, we also use the information to credit individuals for their actions taken.

All email communications are opt-in.
Townhall.com acquires no personal or registration data about our users except what you explicitly and voluntarily provide (ie. opt-in). We reserve the right to use this information specifically for the purposes related to your registration and generally for any necessary future communication regarding your registration or status.

As part of your free subscription, from time to time we will deliver messages from our partners that we believe would be of specific interest to you. If you would prefer not to receive these occasional messages we will discontinue them at your request.

We do not disclose personally identifying information except as provided for by this policy.

We do share personally identifying information to the following third parties or for the following purposes: Within the Corporate Enterprise of Salem Communications, firms that are “Standing in the shoes” of Salem Communications for provision of certain goods and services, Sponsor Partners, Content Partners, Third Party and Network Advertisers, for necessary purposes in the purchase, merger, or sale of the business, for safety and security purposes, and to comply with the request of any Law Enforcement authority.

Is my information secure?

Protecting information you provide via Townhall.com.
Townhall.com makes every effort to protect your information from the moment you begin to enter your information to when it is stored on our secure servers. Townhall.com uses a secure socket layer (SSL) – with the highest level of encryption commercially available – on pages where Web site visitors sign up for email news or register for our activism tools.

Strict security measures are in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of any and all information pertaining to Townhall.com. In addition, Townhall.com is run on servers located in a secure server room and locked in a rack. Staff is onsite 24 hours a day, monitoring equipment and services.

Use of cookies and protecting your privacy.
We do make use of cookies to personalize and customize your interaction with Townhall.com and to provide you with the best possible online experience. A cookie is a tiny text file that is placed on your hard drive when you voluntarily register with Townhall.com. These text files do not contain any personal information and can not be used by Townhall.com or anyone else to obtain any information that you do not voluntarily provide. Occasionally, our advertisers will also place cookies on your browser when you click on their ads from our site. This enables them to track the effectiveness of their ads. In most cases, cookies will only be placed when the ad is served to the page you're viewing.

We also use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our Web site. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address or telephone number) about your visits to this and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, click here:(http://networkadvertising.org/consumer/opt_out.asp).

Townhall.com links to other sites:
Our site may contain links to other Web sites and servers. Townhall.com is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of linked Web sites; nor should a link from Townhall.com be construed as an endorsement of that site’s content, services or practices.

Can I change my information or opt out of campaign mailings?

Use your password to edit your personal information:
When you sign up for email news and to our action center you automatically receive a user name and password. You can change your password or have it resent to your email account at any time. This password can be used to edit your personal information at any time. To edit your information or to have your password resent to your registered email address please go to: http://www.Townhall.com/secure/login.aspx.

How to unsubscribe from our email list.
All sign ups for email communications and other features of Townhall.com are completely voluntary. At the bottom of every news alert email is an opportunity to unsubscribe from our mailings. You may also unsubscribe by sending an email to info@Townhall.com with the word “unsubscribe” in the subject line or call Townhall.com at 703-247-6046.

How do I contact Townhall.com?

Contact information for Townhall.com. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact Townhall.com by sending an email to info@Townhall.com, calling us at 703-247-6046 or writing to:

1901 N. Moore Street, Suite 205
Arlington, Virginia 22209

Will this privacy policy change?

We reserve the right to revise or update this privacy policy at any time. While we do not intend to make any changes to this policy we do reserve the right to do so. If any changes to this privacy policy are made the date that the revised or updated policy is posted to Townhall.com will appear at the bottom of the page.

(Posted August 11, 2006)

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