Purpose and Scope
This policy discloses what information we gather about you when you visit this Website or buy product directly from us. It describes how we use that information and how you can control it. Information Madison+ UX gathers and tracks
Madison+ UX collects data that users volunteer by signing up to receive news and product information, entering contests, completing surveys, or buying directly from us. We also aggregated tracking data we collect when users interact with us.
We use the personal information you provide voluntarily to send information you’ve requested and to fulfill orders. The specific use of your personal information varies, depending on how you contact us: contact@MadisonPl.us
When you sign up online to receive newsletters you must provide your name, email address, and a password. We never sell or rent your email address or other personally identifiable information you provide us under these circumstances.
When you register for the Madison+ UX conference, or sign up for a conference email list, we will send you email announcements and updates about Madison+ UX conferences. We send conference brochures to past conference attendees.
When you sign up to attend the conference, we add you to our snailmail list, and we’ll send you catalogs and other marketing pieces.
When you enter a contest or sweepstakes, we may ask for your name, address, and email address so we can administer the contest and communicate with entrants about the results.
We share customer information only with affiliated companies and as described below:
With third parties we retain to perform functions on our behalf, such as fulfilling orders, processing credit card payments, managing mailing lists, and delivering packages. These parties are restricted from using your information for any other purpose.
We release personal information when we believe that release is appropriate to comply with the law, or to protect the rights, property, or safety of Madison+ UX, our users, or others. This may include exchanging information with other companies and organizations for fraud protection and credit risk reduction.
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