At inshapenews.com, discretion is our guiding principle. In InShape News knows that you care about how your personal information is used, and In InShape News takes your concern very seriously. This page explains the steps that In InShape News has taken to protect your privacy.
In InShape News collects information in order to provide you with a safe, smooth, and customized experience. In general, In InShape News collects two types of information: personal information that you provide to help us tailor our services and features to your needs, and anonymous information from visitors to inshapenews.com that allows us to better understand and serve our community. In InShape News does not collect or process information for any other purpose.
Registration or Queries: During registration or asking some questions, In InShape News collects contact information so In InShape News can communicate with you about the services you wish to use.
User profile: In order to make your online experience both personal and rewarding, In InShape News collects background information about you and your muscle. Users of inshapenews.com also have the option of providing additional information about their lifestyle, health, and product preferences if they desire more precise product recommendations.
Surveys and contests: If you choose to participate in a survey or contest, inshapenews.com may request contact and demographic information. If a third party is hosting the survey or contest, In InShape News will not share your personal information without your express permission.
Invite-A-Friend, Email this Product to a Friend: Users of inshapenews.com may choose to use In InShape News referral service to tell a friend about inshapenews.com. If so, In InShape News will request your friend name and email address.
Public spaces: Please be aware that any information users of inshapenews.com choose to post on forums, blogs, or product reviews is public, and others can access and collect this information. In InShape News encourages you to exercise discretion.
Log Files: Like many websites, inshapenews.com automatically gather information about site traffic (such as Internet Protocol addresses) and store it in log files. In InShape News uses this information to analyze trends, track movement around inshapenews.com, and gather demographic data. With this information, In InShape News can make the best personal recommendations possible to enhance your customized experience.
Cookies: A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer to make your visits more efficient. In InShape News uses both session cookies to help you navigate inshapenews.com and persistent cookies to make return visits easier (for example, by remembering your password). Users of inshapenews.com can remove persistent cookies by following the directions in their internet browser help file.
Clear gifs: In InShape News use clear gifs, tiny embedded graphics similar in function to cookies, to help track the effectiveness of In InShape News content and communication (for example, by letting us know which emails you have opened). Users of inshapenews.com may choose to opt out of emails containing clear gifs.
In InShape News collects information about your health, physical characteristics, and health concerns and preferences in order to match you with other users of inshapenews.com who are just like you. This enables In InShape News to identify the products and services that will work best for users of inshapenews.com.
In InShape News does not rent or sell your personal information, including your contact information, to anyone, and In InShape News will only share it under the following circumstances:
In InShape News staff: In InShape News staff and authorized consultants may have access to your personal information as part of their normal duties.
Compliance with the law: In InShape News may disclose your personal information when required by law or if In InShape News believes that disclosure is necessary to protect the legal rights of In InShape News or its employees.
Authorized service providers: In InShape News may share your personal information with certain authorized service providers In InShape News engages to perform specific services intended to enhance your online experience. These service providers are prohibited from using this information for any other purpose.
Aggregated and non-personal information: In InShape News may use any non-personal information we collect on inshapenews.com for general business analysis and to develop content and new services that may be of interest to users of inshapenews.com.
Others: In InShape News will inform you before your personal information is collected by anyone who is not an authorized service provider or advertising partner so you can make an informed choice as to whether you wish to share this information. In InShape News will never provide your email address to a third party without your express permission.
If your personal information changes, or if you no longer wish to use our service, you may correct, update, delete or deactivate your information by changing your user profile or by emailing our Customer Support at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can unsubscribe from In InShape News email newsletters by updating the preferences in your user profile or by following the instructions at the end of the email.
In InShape News follows and often surpasses accepted industry standards (for example, encryption of sensitive information) to protect your personal information, both during transmission and once In InShape News receives it. No method of transmission or storage is entirely secure, however, and In InShape News cannot guarantee complete security of information. If you have any questions about security on inshapenews.com, you can email us at email@example.com.