The Musicians collects and may store and share personally identifiable information that you knowingly provide to The Musicians. For example, The Musician may ask you to provide personally identifiable contact information (such as name, address, e-mail address and telephone number). The Musicians will not share credit card information or identification numbers. If you purchase a product or service, The Musicians may ask you to provide additional information such as your credit card information. The Musicians may also ask you to provide other information such as a personal ID, password, security question and answer, as well as a birthdate. You are responsible for the accuracy and completeness of all personally identifiable information that you knowingly provide.
The Musicians may collect and store information, including personally identifiable information related to your usage of third party sites that you access through the Website, including emails that you send through the Website.
In some cases, The Musicians may also collect non-personally identifiable information that you provide, such as search parameters in connection with a search you conduct through the Website, ratings and reviews, and zip code.
Personally Identifiable Information
When users supply personally identifiable information about themselves for a specific purpose (for example, to register to use a feature on the Website, to purchase a product or service, to obtain a free listing, to register for a program or to use a feature of a program, to receive information, or to apply for a job), The Musicians may use, store and/or share such information for such purpose.
The Musicians may also use, store and/or share personally identifiable information you provide or that is automatically collected to communicate with you (e.g., to send you e-mails) and to otherwise serve you. For example, The Musicians may use your name and e-mail address to send you e-mails to (a) provide information regarding our company, marketing information about our products and services or the products and services of other companies, and newsletters; (b) conduct online surveys; (c) confirm your registration on the Website, a service registration, or bookings made online; and (d) otherwise communicate with you. However, you may request not to receive (i.e., “opt-out” of receiving) commercial e-mail messages from The Musicians by contacting The Musicians. Please note that The Musicians reserves the right to send certain types of e-mail messages that are not subject to opt-out (see information about e-mails, below) to online users, including those who have opted out of receiving commercial e-mail messages. Your personally identifiable information may also be used, stored and/or shared by non-“The Musicians LLC sisters” companies, with which The Musicians has agreements, to provide you information about their products and services.
The Musicians also may use, store and/or share personally identifiable information users provide as The Musicians would use, store and/or share the same information obtained in a traditional non-electronic manner. The Musicians may also use, store and/or share this information, to contact you in connection with a program you are participating in, user reviews and/or to evaluate your service needs; and to contact you regarding additional services you may find useful. When users provide personally identifiable information in connection with a feature on the Website, The Musicians may also use, store and/or share such personally identifiable information in connection with the operation of such feature. When users provide personally identifiable information in connection with a contest, sweepstakes or other promotions that The Musicians may run on the Website, The Musicians may use, store and/or share such information to administer such contests, sweepstakes or promotion and to notify winners.
In addition, The Musicians may use, store and/or share personally identifiable information you provide and information The Musicians automatically collects through the Website (and may combine personally identifiable information you provide with information The Musicians automatically collects through the Website and non-personally identifiable information you knowingly provide) as it deems appropriate to protect its property or other rights.
The Musicians uses, stores and/or shares information The Musicians automatically collects through the Website to improve the Website, to monitor its performance, to make the Website easier for you and other users to use, to manage features and programs made available through the Website, and to provide behavioral tracking data to non-“ The Musicians sisters” companies, with which The Musicians has agreements, for the purpose of presenting you with, among other things, targeted advertising on third party websites.
The Musicians uses the information The Musicians automatically collects through mobile products to improve our mobile products, to monitor Website performance, to make mobile products easier for you and other users to use, and to manage features and programs made available through mobile products.
If you use an available capability on the Website to create a Profile, at any time after you register and create a profile you may review and request changes to any personally identifiable information you provided through the registration form, by viewing and updating your Profile.
Except as otherwise disclosed in this policy, The Musicians does not sell personally identifiable information you provide to The Musicians through the Website to anyone outside of the “The Musicians sister” unless (i) you specifically authorize it; (ii) it is to complete a transaction, service or activity that you initiated or requested; (iii) it is to provide a service on behalf of The Musicians (for example, The Musicians may contract with an entity outside of the “The Musicians Family” to send e-mail messages on behalf of The Musicians), in which case such non-“ The Musicians sister” entities are not permitted to use such information for any purpose other than to provide such service; (iv) it is to assess or report your failure to fulfill your payment obligations in connection with the purchase of (or application to purchase) products or services through the Website; (v) it is required by law or The Musicians believes that such action is necessary in order to conform to applicable law; (vi) The Musicians believes that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights and/or to comply with a judicial proceeding, court order or legal process served; (vii) The Musicians believes that disclosure is necessary to protect the safety of customers, employees or property; or (viii) The Musicians transfers all or substantially all of its assets to another entity (in which case The Musicians may disclose, sell and/or otherwise provide personally identifiable information to such entity). If you provide personally identifiable information to The Musicians in the context of an event The Musicians sponsors on the Website with another company, such as a contest, or if you register on a co-sponsored section or feature of the Website, you may also be providing such personally identifiable information to the co-sponsor. When you provide your personally identifiable information to any third party, The Musicians is not responsible for any third party’s use of such personally identifiable information.
As indicated above, The Musicians may share information it automatically collects through the Website with non- “The Musicians sister” companies. The Musicians may share this information in order to assess the results of a promotion, event or third party relationship, to provide information to current or prospective customers, to complete a transaction, service, search or other activity that the user-initiated or requested, to non-“The Musicians sister” companies, with which The Musicians has agreements, to, among other things, facilitate targeted advertising on third party websites, or to otherwise enhance your online experience. For example, The Musicians may provide information The Musicians automatically collects:
When you link to another site from the Website.
When you request certain information that The Musicians obtains from a third party.
When The Musicians hosts co-branded versions of the Website (or portions of the Website).
Our co-branded websites may also contain clear .gif files (electronic images that allow the Website to automatically collect information about your visit to the website).
When The Musicians uses third-party tracking services to help The Musicians analyze automatically collected information in the aggregate to evaluate the effectiveness of the Website, third parties performing such tracking services are not permitted to use the information for any other purpose.
Finally, The Musicians may also disclose information The Musicians automatically collects to non-“ The Musicians sister” companies or entities if (a) it is required by law or The Musicians believe that such action is necessary in order to conform to applicable law; (b) The Musicians believes that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights and/or to comply with a judicial proceeding, court order or legal process served; (c) The Musicians believes that disclosure is necessary to protect the safety of customers, employees or property; or (d) The Musicians transfers all or substantially all of its assets to another entity (in which case The Musicians may disclose, sell and/or otherwise provide information The Musicians automatically collects to such entity).
Information that you provide to The Musicians on the Website will be retained in accordance with The Musicians’ internal policies and applicable laws. The Musicians does not agree to limit the period of such retention unless required by applicable law and may otherwise retain such information indefinitely.
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Combination of Personally Identifiable Information with Offline Information About Users
If and when The Musicians intends to combine personally identifiable information you provide through the Website with offline information about you, this intent will be clearly stated.
Non- “The Musicians sister” companies with which The Musicians has an agreement may implement Tracking Methods as stated previously in this policy. Tracking Methods may be used to geographically target advertising, conduct online behavior studies and improve the effectiveness and quality of our online advertising.
Google Analytics may be enabled to collect data about your traffic via the DoubleClick cookie in addition to data collected through the standard Google Analytics implementation. The Musicians will not facilitate the merging of personally-identifiable information with non-personally identifiable information previously collected from “Display Advertising” features that is based on the DoubleClick cookie unless it has robust notice of, and your prior affirmative (i.e., opt-in) consent to that merger.
The Musicians may send you commercial e-mail messages (unless you have chosen to opt-out of receiving them, with some exceptions, as explained below) and non-commercial e-mail messages (which are not subject to opt-out, as explained below). For example, The Musicians may send you e-mails to (a) conduct online surveys; (b) provide information regarding our company, information regarding our website(s), marketing information about products and services, and newsletters; and (c) confirm registrations and orders placed online and to otherwise communicate with you as a client or other user of our services. In addition, occasionally, The Musicians may use e-mail lists from third parties to promote our latest specials.
Please note that The Musicians reserves the right to send e-mails to online users, including those who have opted out of receiving commercial e-mail messages to (a) facilitate, complete or confirm a commercial transaction the user has agreed to enter into with The Musicians or participation in a program the user has selected; (b) provide information with respect to a commercial product or service purchased by the user; (c) provide notification concerning a change in the terms or features of, notification of a change in the user’s standing or status with respect to, or at regular periodic intervals, account balance information or other type of account statement with respect to, a subscription, membership, account or comparable ongoing commercial relationship involving the ongoing purchase or use by the user of products or services offered by The Musicians; (d) deliver goods or services that the user is entitled to receive under the terms of a transaction that the user has previously agreed to enter into with The Musicians; (e) communicate other non-commercial e-mail messages; and (f) communicate commercial e-mail messages that the user consents to receive.
The Musicians may place it's own advertisements, and/or accept advertisements from third parties that serve advertising on the Website. The Musicians may use its own Tracking Methods or Tracking Methods provided by such third parties in the pages containing the ad(s) that The Musicians sends to your browser. These Tracking Methods allow The Musicians and/or the third parties to automatically collect information (e.g., usage pattern information) about your visit to the Website.
As an online advertiser, The Musicians may use information derived from its Tracking Methods or supplied from third party companies in several ways, such as to:
evaluate and prioritize site selection when developing online media plan;
geographically target advertising;
provide product and pricing advertising/information applicable to the customer;
gauge the effectiveness of our online advertising.
The Musicians is committed to protecting your personally identifiable information that you provide through the Website. The Website is protected with a variety of security measures such as change control procedures and physical access controls (and passwords, as applicable). The Musicians also implement other control mechanisms in an effort to help protect personally identifiable information that you provide through the Website from being lost, misused or altered inappropriately.
The Website supports 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption to transmit certain information (e.g., credit card information provided by the user and identification numbers provided by the user). SSL is a transport level technology for authentication and data encryption between a web server and a web browser. SSL sends data over the “socket”, which is a secure channel at the connection layer.
A cookie is a small data string our server writes to your device’s internal drive that contains your unique user ID for the Website. Cookies help The Musicians to identify new and returning users to the Website, analyze click-stream data, and track historical activity on the Website, which allows The Musicians to give you a more personalized, useful experience on the Website. Cookies may be placed by The Musicians, by a third party that provides services to The Musicians, or a non- “The Musicians sister” company with which The Musicians has an agreement.
A cookie cannot be used to access or otherwise compromise the data on your device or computer. However, customers are free to delete website cookies. Most internet browsers enable you to erase cookies from your device or computer, block all cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored.
You can choose to change your browser settings to disable cookies if you do not want The Musicians to establish and maintain a unique user ID. Please be aware that cookies may be required to complete certain functions on the Website, such as ordering products or services, and, also in connection with personalized sections of the Website. Some websites/ad serving companies have the ability to reestablish your history even after cookie deletion, if you re-enter the same site on another occasion, or some other site tracked by the ad serving company/network, and specifically provide personal data.
Deletion of cookies alone does not prevent ad serving companies from reestablishing history on a user. The user must either continue to decline cookies each time it reenters the site to keep the tracking severed if desired, or opt-out. When you opt-out, your unique user ID cookie is erased and you are reassigned an anonymous, non-ID cookie. This new cookie tells websites that you have opted out and they will then know not to attempt to assign other cookies to you in the future. Opt-out cookies do not contain a unique user ID number, therefore, websites are not able to identify your computer uniquely.