We respect our subscribers and aim to treat you as we would want to be treated. We are committed to protecting your privacy and security and we explain in detail the steps we take to do so.
We also believe in being as transparent as possible about how we work and what information we may need to provide more relevant content to you. We fully expect to change, evolve and improve our policies as we grow and get feedback from you. Any changes we make to our policies will be posted here for your review.
Your Email and other Personal Information: We need to collect your email address in order to deliver our newsletter. But we won't sell, share or rent our subscriber list. And we won't disclose your personal information to any third party without your consent. If we do share any information with a third party, that information will be anonymous and in aggregate form. That means the third party won't have any information that personally identifies you or any other One Thing New subscriber.
In the future, we may ask for some other information about you (demographic info like your geographic coordinates or age) as we expand and dream up new ways to provide more meaningful content or to tailor your experience. For example, if it turns out that all of our subscribers live on the coasts, we’re going to think long and hard before we write about that great new art exhibit in Chicago. Again, we'll make sure you know what information we want to collect and why.
If another company were to buy One Thing New, we may transfer our subscriber list to the acquiring company -- but we'll make sure you know about that first.
Usage Information: We want to make One Thing New relevant and worthwhile. So we need to collect information that helps us make better decisions about what we should be doing -- or doing better. That information may include how much time users spend on our site, from which other sites visitors came, and to what other sites users go. We will track which are the most visited sections of the site, and which content is the most popular. Again, none of this information will be personally identifiable.
Review and Access: We will gladly provide you with a summary of the information that One Thing New has collected about you. You will have the opportunity to correct it, update it or modify that information at any time. We promise.
Links to Other Sites: We may create links that let you access third party sites. One Thing New is not responsible for the content that appears on those sites and doesn't endorse those sites. We encourage you to consult those sites' individual privacy policies to see how they treat user information.