We at Harmani (formerly known as Harmani, LLC) are committed to respecting your online privacy and recognize your need for appropriate protection and management of any information you share with us by using our web site. Your privacy is a top priority for us, and we want you to have a secure and enjoyable experience when visiting this website. Any information you provide on this website is kept in confidence. The policies outlined below are applicable solely to information collected on this website.
NON PERSONALITY IDENTIFIABLE CONSUMER INFORMATION
Harmani collects various types of information from you to better meet your needs and to provide you with a more relevant user experience. Some of this information is collected automatically through cookies (a small text file placed on your computer) or other Internet tracking technologies. The type of information your browser or Internet session may automatically provide us with can include the browser you are using, your Internet domain, the operating system on your computer, your IP address and the URL you saw just before coming to the Harmani site, the pages of the site you visited and the URL of the page you visited upon leaving the site.
PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE CONSUMER INFORMATION
In addition, we collect information on our website that you may choose to provide to us when requesting additional information from us or when enrolling in one of our online courses or services. Examples of personally identifiable data that you may provide to us include name, address, and email address. If you provide personally identifiable data to us, you may later elect to have your information deleted from our files, or kept from being used for purposes other than for the services requested by contacting us at the e-mail address appearing below.
HOW COLLECTED INFORMATION IS USED
The non-personally identifiable information that Harmani collects may be used to collect aggregate information on the number of visitors to our site and other information about the number of pages viewed on the site. In addition, that information may be used in the aggregate for website and system administration, including research and development, user analysis and business decision-making.
If you elect to provide Harmani with personally identifiable information, we may utilize such information for marketing purposes, and this use may result in follow-up communications from Harmani. In addition, that information may be combined with information collected from other sources to assist with targeting ads to your preferences and behaviors, and for other Harmani sales and marketing efforts.
SHARING INFORMAITON WITH THIRD PARTIES
Unless otherwise disclosed during collection, Harmani will NOT provide any personally identifying information, regardless of its source, to any third party for any purpose whatsoever. Aggregate statistics about our customers, sales, traffic patterns and related site information may be provided to reputable third-party vendors, but these figures will include no personally identifying information. Finally, Harmani may share your information as necessary to comply with a court order or to cooperate with government and law enforcement officials.
Wherever your personally identifiable information may be held within Harmani or on its behalf, we intend to take reasonable and appropriate steps to protect the information you shared with us from unauthorized access or disclosure. Please note that while Harmani will make every reasonable effort to protect your information, no transmission of data over the Internet is 100% secure.
SPECIAL NOTIFICAITONS WITH RESPECT TO CHINDREN'S PRIVACY (USERS UNDER THE AGE OF 13)
In response to concerns about protecting children's privacy online, Congress enacted the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 ("COPPA"), which sets forth rules and procedures governing the ways in which web sites may collect, use and disclose any personal information for children under the age of 13. In accordance with Harmani policy and COPPA regulations, we
- Request or knowingly collect personally identifiable online or offline contact information from users under 13 years of age;
- Knowingly use or share personal information from users under 13 years of age with third parties;
- Give children the ability to publicly post or otherwise distribute personally identifiable contact information; or
- Entice children with the prospect of a special game, prize or other activity to divulge more information than is needed to participate in the activity.