The Purpose of this Policy
Your privacy is important to us, and so is being transparent about why and how we collect information about you, how we use and share it, how we protect it, and your right to have your personal data deleted.
We use the dnamemorialorder.com site to describe our company and offer ways to contact us, meet our team, download whitepapers, read digital marketing blogs, and register for events.
Accessing Your Data on Our Systems
You may request a copy of all of your personal data in our databases and systems by emailing [email protected], or sending a written request to us. We will respond with a copy of any and all of your personal data on our systems and our partner processors’ systems within 30 days.
Removing Your Data From Our Systems
You may request that we delete all of your personal data in our databases and systems by emailing [email protected], or sending a written request to us at: DNA Memorial Order. We will respond and delete your personal data from our systems and our partner processors’ systems within 30 days.
You may unsubscribe from our marketing communications at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of a DNA Memorial Order marketing email, by emailing us at [email protected], or by sending a written request to us at: DNA Memorial Order. If sending a written request, please include the email address that you wish to have unsubscribed.
We collect three different types of data: personal information, non-identifiable basic information and non-identifiable cookies.
We collect your name, email address, phone number and company when you fill out our Contact Us form or when you request content through our website.
Non-identifiable Basic Information
We collect click-stream data, HTTP protocol elements, approximate location, time zone, and search terms. We use this data for research and development, system tracking, helping visitors reach the right page, and to inform future content. This data is non-identifiable. This means we can’t (and have no interest in trying to) use it to identify you or any individual person. We also collect access logs and search strings to improve our site.
Non-identifiable Cookie Information
We collect HTTP cookie data. Again, we use this data for research and development, system tracking, helping visitors reach the right page, and to inform future content and to improve our site. Our cookies are non-identifiable, meaning we can’t (and don’t want to) use them to identify you or any individual person.
A cookie is a piece of information sent to a browser by a web server. The browser then returns that information to the web server. This is how some web pages “remember” your previous visits; for example, an e-commerce site might use a cookie to remember which items you’ve placed in your online shopping cart. Cookies can also store user preference information, log-in data, etc. Cookies let sites provide you with tailored information.
We do not share your personal data with anyone outside of DNA Memorial Order, other than our vendors, which help us operate our business and provide our services. We will disclose personal information in response to lawful requests by public authorities to meet national security or law enforcement requirements. We may also transfer the information we hold in the event we sell or transfer all or a portion of our business or assets (such as in connection with a merger, acquisition, reorganization, dissolution or liquidation) or take steps in anticipation of such a transaction. We analyze non-identifiable information with Google Analytics for internal use only in order to improve the effectiveness of our website.
Links to Other Sites
Our sites link to and redirect to third-party websites. We’re not responsible for the privacy practices or the content on those sites.
We use data hosting service providers in the United States to host the information we collect. We take technical and organizational measures to keep your data safe from loss, tampering, misuse, and unauthorized access. However, no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is absolutely secure. Therefore, while we strive to protect your information, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.