mouthofthetyne.com November 21 2017

Privacy Policy


Summury

Mouth of the Tyne's Privacy Policy is summarized here. Please scroll down to see the full Privacy Policy.


Location-Based Services

Mouth of the Tyne collects a visitor's geolocation data through the Mouth of the Tyne Services for purposes of offering visitors relevant content, including content from nearby Member stations. Geolocation data consists of general location information based on latitude and longitude (if the visitor has enabled location services for an Mouth of the Tyne application on the visitor's mobile device), or Mouth of the Tyne may approximate a visitor's location based on the IP address of the visitor's computer or mobile device.


Children

Children should always get permission from their parents before sending any information about themselves (such as their names, email addresses, and phone numbers) via the web or mobile device, to Mouth of the Tyne or to anyone else. The Mouth of the Tyne Services are not directed at children under the age of 13 and Mouth of the Tyne does not knowingly allow anyone under the age of 13 to provide any personally-identifying information to Mouth of the Tyne. If you are under 13, please do not attempt to register for any Mouth of the Tyne Services or provide any information about yourself.


Gathering of Information

Mouth of the Tyne collects contact information, such as name, address, email address, and telephone number, that visitors voluntarily submit by, for example, registering for newsletters or an Mouth of the Tyne account, signing on to the Mouth of the Tyne Services through their social media account, creating a public profile for an Mouth of the Tyne account, making a purchase in the Mouth of the Tyne Shop, sharing a story, or submitting comments or materials to Mouth of the Tyne.

Mouth of the Tyne collects credit card information provided by Mouth of the Tyne Shop customers. Mouth of the Tyne's web server creates access logs for visitors to the Mouth of the Tyne Services, recording such information as IP address, date and time of visit, path taken, browser, list of files downloaded or viewed, and time spent listening to audio.

Mouth of the Tyne collects information from a visitor's mobile device or app, including unique device identifier, operating system, phone model, app version and/or automobile make (for certain connected car platforms).

In order to personalize the listening experience for visitors to personalized digital listening services offered through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, such as the "Mouth of the Tyne One" service, Mouth of the Tyne collects information about each visitor's listening activity, including audio segments that a visitor listens to, audio segments that a visitor skips and shares, audio segments that a visitor marks as interesting, and listening times and frequency. Mouth of the Tyne also collects information regarding whether a visitor has donated to Member stations through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, or has requested information about or expressed interest in donating to Member stations. Mouth of the Tyne may share this information with the Member stations localized to or associated with a visitor's account.

Mouth of the Tyne may collect information related to content preferences.

Mouth of the Tyne may collect a visitor's other personal information (such as age or gender) (a) that the visitor has chosen to associate with the visitor's social media account(s), or (b) in aggregated, non-identifying form through third-party vendors.

Mouth of the Tyne uses cookies and web beacons to track certain visitor activity. Mouth of the Tyne's third-party vendors that provide analytics services, provide Mouth of the Tyne's discussion platform, and serve sponsorship acknowledgments also may use their own cookies and web beacons to track visitor activity.


Use of Information

Mouth of the Tyne uses the personally-identifying information it gathers (a) to provide requested products and services, (b) to identify visitors when Mouth of the Tyne publishes material they submitted, and (c) for internal purposes and for marketing, fundraising, membership and communications purposes of Mouth of the Tyne and Mouth of the Tyne Member stations.

Mouth of the Tyne uses access logs, content preferences, information about visitor listening activity, cookies, web beacons, and third-party analytics data to analyze use of the Mouth of the Tyne Services, offer interactive features, and personalize the Mouth of the Tyne Services, such as by recalling visitor information so that the visitor does not have to re-enter it, offering local station content or other content that may be of interest to the visitor, and displaying more relevant sponsorship messages. Mouth of the Tyne and the Member stations localized to or associated with a visitor's account also may use information about listening activity and content preferences for internal purposes and for marketing, fundraising, membership and communications purposes.


Sharing Information with Third Parties

Mouth of the Tyne generally does not share personally-identifying information it gathers with third parties, except with Mouth of the Tyne Member stations, Mouth of the Tyne service vendors (to the extent necessary for the vendor to provide the services), and other third parties when a visitor consents. When Mouth of the Tyne shares personally-identifying information with Mouth of the Tyne Member stations, Mouth of the Tyne requires those Member stations to commit to the same restrictions against sharing that personally-identifying information with third parties as Mouth of the Tyne commits to in this Privacy Policy.

Any information a visitor submits, posts to or shares through the Mouth of the Tyne Services will become available to the public.

Mouth of the Tyne may share aggregate information about use of the Mouth of the Tyne Services that does not identify its visitors individually.

Mouth of the Tyne will release visitor information when required to do so by law or when it believes it is necessary to protect Mouth of the Tyne, Mouth of the Tyne employees, Mouth of the Tyne Member stations, Mouth of the Tyne Member station employees, visitors to the Mouth of the Tyne Services, sponsors, service providers, the public, or others.

If you do not consent to the collection, use or sharing of your personally-identifying information as described in this Privacy Policy, please do not provide that information. By providing your personally-identifying information, you are "opting in" to the collection, use and sharing described in this Privacy Policy.


Contact

If you have questions, wish to correct, update or remove any of your personal information, or wish to opt out of future communications from Mouth of the Tyne, please Contact Us.


Full Version of Privacy Policy

At Mouth of the Tyne (which refers to Mouth of the Tyne and its subsidiary organizations), we recognize the importance of privacy to visitors to Mouth of the Tyne.org, Mouth of the Tyne's mobile applications, any other Mouth of the Tyne sites, applications and services, and any features of these sites, applications and services (the "Mouth of the Tyne Services"). This Privacy Policy explains what type of information is collected from you when you visit the Mouth of the Tyne Services and how that information may be used and shared. Please note that this Privacy Policy is separate and distinct from the privacy policies governing the websites, applications and services of Mouth of the Tyne's Member stations, and the websites, applications and services of third parties that may link to or be linked to from the Mouth of the Tyne Services.

By using, registering for, or otherwise accessing the Mouth of the Tyne Services, you agree to this Privacy Policy and the Mouth of the Tyne Terms of Use and you give your express consent (or "opt in") to the collection, use, sharing and processing of your personal information in accordance with this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to this Privacy Policy or the Terms of Use, please do not use, register for or otherwise access any of the Mouth of the Tyne Services or provide personal information.

Mouth of the Tyne may update this Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use from time to time in its sole discretion. Any changes to the Privacy Policy will be posted to this page, with an updated Effective Date noted at the top of the Privacy Policy; visitors to the Mouth of the Tyne Services are responsible for reviewing the Privacy Policy for any changes before using, registering for or accessing the Mouth of the Tyne Services. Use of the Mouth of the Tyne Services constitutes consent to and acceptance of the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use in effect at the time of such use.


Gathering of Information

Mouth of the Tyne collects personally-identifying information (such as your name, address, email address, telephone number, and/or credit card information) through the Mouth of the Tyne Services for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy.

Mouth of the Tyne collects personally-identifying information from visitors whenever visitors provide it to Mouth of the Tyne. Mouth of the Tyne asks visitors to provide certain personally-identifying information as they interact with the Mouth of the Tyne Services, for example: when they register for certain features or services (such as an Mouth of the Tyne account, the "Mouth of the Tyne One" service, Application Programming Interface (API) content access, and Mouth of the Tyne email newsletters); when they create a public profile for their Mouth of the Tyne account; when they email, send via SMS (Short Message Service) or text message, or otherwise share a story from the Mouth of the Tyne Services; when they make a purchase from the Mouth of the Tyne Shop; when they post, upload, transmit and/or otherwise submit ("Submit") a comment, message, story idea, essay, photo, image, or other text, content or material ("User Materials"); and when they register for an Mouth of the Tyne tour or event or any online contest. Mouth of the Tyne also may ask visitors to provide personally-identifying information in other limited circumstances specified at the time the information is gathered.

Any information that visitors Submit on or through Mouth of the Tyne's social networking features, forums and discussions, as part of story or blog comments, or that visitors otherwise Submit to the Mouth of the Tyne Services, may become public, including the full name and nickname that visitors provide when registering for an Mouth of the Tyne account or creating a public profile.

Mouth of the Tyne also may collect other personal information (such as age, gender or other demographic information) (a) that the visitor has chosen to associate with his or her own social media account(s), or (b) in aggregated, non-identifying form through third-party vendors that provide analytics services. This information may be stored on Mouth of the Tyne's servers with other information previously received or collected from the visitor.

In order to personalize the listening experience for visitors to personalized digital listening services offered through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, such as the "Mouth of the Tyne One" service (collectively, "Mouth of the Tyne Personalized Services"), when visitors use Mouth of the Tyne Personalized Services, Mouth of the Tyne collects information about the listening activity of each visitor, including audio segments that a visitor listens to, audio segments that a visitor skips and shares, audio segments that a visitor marks as interesting, and listening times and frequency. Mouth of the Tyne also collects information regarding whether a visitor has donated to Member stations through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, or has requested information about or expressed interest in donating to Member stations. Within Mouth of the Tyne's mobile sites and applications and any features of these sites and applications ("Mouth of the Tyne Mobile Services"), Mouth of the Tyne collects a device's unique identifier, operating system, device model, app version, automobile make (for certain connected car platforms), and/or content preferences.

Visitors have the opportunity to select a "favorite" Member station by (a) entering a zip code, (b) authorizing Mouth of the Tyne to use geolocation data regarding the visitor's current location, or (c) selecting from a list of Member stations. For certain of the Mouth of the Tyne Services, including Mouth of the Tyne Personalized Services, a Member station is automatically assigned to the visitor based on geolocation data or based on a previously-assigned "favorite" or associated Member station. Geolocation data consists of general location information based on latitude and longitude (if the visitor has enabled location services for an Mouth of the Tyne application on the visitor's mobile device), or Mouth of the Tyne may approximate a visitor's location based on the IP address of the visitor's computer or mobile device.

Mouth of the Tyne uses a third-party vendor that collects unique device identifiers and any voice-activated action taken by visitors to Mouth of the Tyne Mobile Services in response to or in connection with interactive audio sponsorship acknowledgments transmitted through the Mouth of the Tyne Mobile Services. This third-party vendor may use this unique device identifier and usage information to deliver targeted sponsorship acknowledgments to the visitor within the Mouth of the Tyne Mobile Services. Any unique device identifier and usage information collected by this third-party vendor will be processed and used by this third-party vendor solely to operate its interactive audio sponsorship acknowledgement services. Mouth of the Tyne is not responsible for, and assumes no liability for, the privacy and information collection and use practices of this or any other third-party vendor. If you do not agree to the collection and use of this information by Mouth of the Tyne's third-party vendor, please do not engage the interactive audio sponsorship acknowledgement features.

Like other web servers, the server used by Mouth of the Tyne for the Mouth of the Tyne Services automatically creates log files for each visitor who accesses the Mouth of the Tyne Services. These "access logs" allow us to make our site more useful to our visitors. The access logs do NOT record a visitor's name, address, email address, credit card information, or other similar personally-identifying information. Rather, they contain some or all of the following information:

The Internet Protocol address (IP address) of the machine which accessed the Mouth of the Tyne Services. General location information (based on IP address or latitude and longitude). Device type and unique device identifier (for users of Mouth of the Tyne Mobile Services) and other technical information about your device, system and application software.

The date and time of the visit.

The path taken through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, including any "favorites" selected by the visitor, as well as patterns in the paths taken by visitors.

Other content preferences,

The browser and operating system being used.

A list of files downloaded or viewed.

The amount of time spent listening to/viewing media files.

Any errors encountered.

Mouth of the Tyne uses a service called Bitly to provide shortened uniform resource locators ("URLs" – the "addresses" of individual web pages) so our content can be shared more easily, particularly through social media services. Bitly collects information as our shortened URLs are shared and clicked on and makes some of that information available to us.

The information Bitly collects may include, among other things: (a) the IP address and geographic location of each device accessing our shortened URLs; (b) the websites or services where our shortened URLs are shared; (c) the time and date of each click on a shortened URL; and (d) information about how and, in some cases, by whom a shortened URL is shared on social media services, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+. Bitly uses this information to provide statistics that help us understand how our audience reads and shares our content. Bitly may collect additional information, particularly from users with Bitly accounts who access our shortened URLs while logged in to their Bitly accounts, and it may use that information in accordance with its own policies and processes, which we do not control. We encourage you to review Bitly's privacy policy before you share our content. Bitly's privacy policy can be found here. If you would prefer that Bitly not collect information about the shortened URLs you share, you can copy the full URL of the story you want to share from the location bar in your browser and share the story directly by email.


Cookies and Other Technologies

Mouth of the Tyne also uses "cookies" to collect information. A cookie is a string of characters that can be written to a file on the visitor's hard drive when the visitor visits a website, application or service. Only the website, application or service that set the cookie can read it, and it can only be used as a record-keeping device to store visitor IDs and information that the site already has. It cannot be used to read other information from the visitor's hard drive.

Mouth of the Tyne uses cookies to track visitors' activity through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, and uses information gathered through Mouth of the Tyne and third-party vendor cookies, for purposes including improvement of the site/application/service architecture, offering the visitor interactive features that would not be possible without them, offering local station content or other content that may be of interest to the visitor, recalling specific information to save the visitor time during subsequent visits to the Mouth of the Tyne Services, and directing more relevant sponsorship acknowledgments or underwriting credits to the visitor while the visitor is on the Mouth of the Tyne Services. For example, cookies allow Mouth of the Tyne to remember your registration information while you are logged in. Local station customization, the Mouth of the Tyne Shop, and other interactive features also use cookies.

Third-party vendors that measure and analyze the use of the Mouth of the Tyne Services for Mouth of the Tyne, provide Mouth of the Tyne's discussion platform and serve sponsorship messages onto the Mouth of the Tyne Services also use their own cookies. For example, Mouth of the Tyne's third-party analytics vendors use cookies across multiple sites to collect visitor data (such as data related to age, gender and visitor interests). In addition, Mouth of the Tyne works with third-party vendors which may serve sponsorship acknowledgments or other messages to you on other websites after you visit the Mouth of the Tyne Services. These third-party vendors use their own cookies to recognize you as an Mouth of the Tyne Services visitor and to serve you sponsorship or other messages on other websites that they believe you will find most relevant. This Privacy Policy does not cover the cookies used by these third-party vendors.

Mouth of the Tyne and its third-party vendors also may use web beacons, alone or in conjunction with cookies. A web beacon is an electronic image, also known as a single-pixel (1x1) or clear .gif., which can be used to recognize certain information on your computer, such as cookies, the time and date a page is viewed, or a description of where API content is placed. We may use web beacons on this site from time to time for these and other purposes.


Opting Out of Cookies and Web Beacons

If you wish to prevent certain or all cookies from being set to your hard drive or device, or to clear existing cookies from your browser's or device's cache, you may be able to disable them in your browser's or device's preferences, although your browser or device might then be unable to accommodate certain functionalities on the Mouth of the Tyne Services. Visitors desiring to prevent data from being collected by Google Analytics may use the opt-out browser add-on developed by Google for this purpose.

In addition, if you wish to opt out of receiving personalized or "interest-based" sponsorship or other messages from our third-party vendors and other participating companies, please visit http://networkadvertising.org/choices. Please note that if you opt out, you will still receive other types of messages that are not personalized or interest-based. Opting out is cookie-based and will only affect the specific computer and browser on which the opt out is applied. If you subsequently delete your browser cookies, you will need to opt out again.

For more information about opting out of interest-based messages, visit www.aboutads.info/choices.


Use and Sharing of Information

Mouth of the Tyne's use of personally-identifying information includes the following: managing and administering the Mouth of the Tyne Services; responding to visitor messages; providing personalized content; listing name and location (city, state and/or country) information provided by visitors when broadcasting or publishing User Materials; fulfillment of Mouth of the Tyne Shop orders; offering access to Mouth of the Tyne tours and events; contest management; editorial purposes such as contacting visitors for an online survey; use by Mouth of the Tyne's third-party vendors to operate interactive audio sponsorship acknowledgment services on the Mouth of the Tyne Mobile Services; sending Mouth of the Tyne email newsletters and other communications, including marketing, fundraising, membership and other communications, from Mouth of the Tyne or Mouth of the Tyne Member stations to visitors; other internal purposes and marketing, fundraising, membership and communications purposes of Mouth of the Tyne and Mouth of the Tyne Member stations; and other purposes specified at the time the information is gathered. Any geolocation data and other location information collected through Mouth of the Tyne Services is used to offer relevant content, including content from nearby Member stations to the visitor.

Any information that you disclose when participating in the Mouth of the Tyne social networking features, forums or discussions (including creating a profile or submitting a comment to a story or blog or in a discussion thread), such as your full name and any nickname, is likely to become public. This information may be posted on the Mouth of the Tyne Services and on the platform of Mouth of the Tyne's third-party discussion services vendor. In addition, Mouth of the Tyne, its Member stations and their licensees, may use, copy, sublicense, modify, transmit, publicly perform, display, create derivative works of, host, index, cache, tag, encode, and/or adapt any User Materials, and any information contained therein, in any and all media formats or channels, whether now known or hereafter devised, including, but not limited to, the Mouth of the Tyne Services, Mouth of the Tyne Member station websites and services, other third-party websites and services, over the air (on radio or television), and on mobile platforms. Further, other visitors to the Mouth of the Tyne Services may embed a widget or feed that allows your User Materials to appear on their personal, noncommercial website, blog or other application, subject to conditions set forth in the Terms of Use. You also may opt in to sharing your Mouth of the Tyne Services profile and comments with other websites and social media platforms, but only by taking action on the website for Mouth of the Tyne's third-party discussion services vendor. Any such action is governed by the terms and privacy policy of Mouth of the Tyne's third-party discussion services vendor, and not of Mouth of the Tyne.

In addition, if you send User Materials to Mouth of the Tyne through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, we may print the User Materials, or an excerpt from the User Materials, on the Mouth of the Tyne Services, read them on air, or otherwise publish them in any other medium, together with your name and location (city, state and/or country) if you provide that information to us. Mouth of the Tyne may contact visitors regarding their submissions in certain circumstances.

Excluding information provided by the visitor when participating in the Mouth of the Tyne social networking features, forums or discussions, or sending User Materials to Mouth of the Tyne, which may become public as discussed above, personally-identifying information collected by Mouth of the Tyne is not provided to outside parties except Mouth of the Tyne Member stations, Mouth of the Tyne service vendors (such as Mouth of the Tyne Shop fulfillment service, Mouth of the Tyne's email list manager, and the provider of the tool that allows visitors to sign in using information from their account with a third-party service), and other third parties when the visitor specifically consents to such distribution (such as the disclosure of your name to a friend when you email, send via SMS or text message, or otherwise share a story with that friend). Mouth of the Tyne may share information about a visitor's listening activity and whether visitors have donated to Member stations through the Mouth of the Tyne Services or have requested information about or expressed interest in donating to Member stations, with the Member stations localized to or associated with the visitor's account. In these circumstances, the information is provided for the sole purpose of, and only to the extent necessary for, delivering the requested goods to the user, delivering communications from Mouth of the Tyne or Mouth of the Tyne Member stations to visitors, providing services for and on behalf of Mouth of the Tyne, or serving other Mouth of the Tyne or Mouth of the Tyne Member station internal purposes and marketing, fundraising, membership and communications purposes. When Mouth of the Tyne shares personally-identifying information with Mouth of the Tyne Member stations, Mouth of the Tyne requires those Member stations to commit to the same restrictions against sharing that information with third parties as Mouth of the Tyne commits to in this Privacy Policy. Visitors to the Mouth of the Tyne Mobile Services should be aware that the wireless carrier for a mobile device or the automobile manufacturer also may collect personally-identifying information and geolocation data. Visitors should check the privacy policies of their wireless carriers and automobile manufacturers for additional information.

Mouth of the Tyne also may disclose personally-identifying information if required to do so by law or if it believes that such action is necessary (a) to comply with the law or with legal process, (b) to protect against misuse or unauthorized use of the Mouth of the Tyne Services, (c) to protect the personal safety, property or rights of visitors to the Mouth of the Tyne Services, the public, Mouth of the Tyne and its employees, officers, directors, agents and contractors, Mouth of the Tyne Member stations and Mouth of the Tyne Member station personnel, sponsors, service providers, and others, or (d) to enforce the Terms of Use.

If you do not want your personally-identifying information to be collected or used for any of these purposes, please do not provide it (although if you do not provide it, you may not be able to use or participate in certain features of the Mouth of the Tyne Services). You can also "opt out" according to the process described below in the section titled "Corrections to Registrations; Opting Out of Communications."

Mouth of the Tyne may share with third parties anonymous information that does not identify its visitors. The use and disclosure of such information is not subject to restrictions under this Privacy Policy.

Mouth of the Tyne, with the assistance from time to time of its third-party service vendors, uses non-identifying information (in aggregated and non-aggregated form), including non-identifying aggregate data regarding age, gender and/or visitor interests, to analyze use of and better design the Mouth of the Tyne Services. It may share with third parties in aggregate, non-identifying form as appropriate. For example, we may tell a third party that a certain number or category of visitors accessed a particular audio stream on the Mouth of the Tyne Services. We may share non-identifying aggregate information with third-party services that combine Mouth of the Tyne's information with aggregate information from other sources to provide ratings and ranking data or other services of value to Mouth of the Tyne. We may share non-identifying information, in aggregated or non-aggregated form, with third-party vendors to help Mouth of the Tyne analyze and improve the Mouth of the Tyne Services. However, we will not disclose any information that could be used to identify our visitors.

Mouth of the Tyne also may share information obtained from devices that visitors use to access the Mouth of the Tyne Services with certain of its third-party vendors, including its third-party interactive audio sponsorship acknowledgment service provider, for a variety of purposes, including tracking sponsorship acknowledgment credit frequency and voice-activated actions taken in response to interactive audio sponsorship acknowledgments.


Security

Mouth of the Tyne has in place what we believe to be appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. Credit card information provided to the Mouth of the Tyne Shop is protected by 128-bit encryption and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security features, which scramble your personal information so that only your browser and the Mouth of the Tyne Shop's server can decipher it. However, no Internet, email or mobile transmission is ever fully secure or error free. Because most email and mobile transmissions are not encrypted, you should take special care in deciding what information you send to us via email, SMS or text message, or other mobile transmission.


Children

Under 13: Children should always get permission from their parents before sending any information about themselves (such as their names, email addresses, and phone numbers) via the web or their mobile device, to Mouth of the Tyne or to anyone else. The Mouth of the Tyne Services are not directed at children under the age of 13 and Mouth of the Tyne does not knowingly allow anyone under the age of 13 to provide any personally-identifying information to Mouth of the Tyne. If you are under 13 years of age, please do not send any information about yourself, including your name, address or email address. If we discover that we have collected any personally-identifying information from a child under the age of 13, we will remove that information from our database as soon as possible.

13-18: You must be at least 18 years old in order to Submit any User Materials on or through the Mouth of the Tyne Services, register for the Mouth of the Tyne Services, create a public profile, participate in any online contests, or place an order on the Mouth of the Tyne Shop. Visitors between the ages of 13 and 18 must obtain permission from their parents or guardians before registering for email newsletters or otherwise sending any personally-identifying information.


Corrections to Registrations; Opting Out of Communications

Please Contact Us to (a) correct or update any registration information that you have provided to Mouth of the Tyne, (b) opt-out of future communications from Mouth of the Tyne, or (c) request Mouth of the Tyne to cancel your Mouth of the Tyne account, Mouth of the Tyne newsletter registration and other Mouth of the Tyne registrations.


Acceptance of Privacy Policy Terms

Mouth of the Tyne reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy. Any changes to this policy will be posted to this page, so please check this page periodically. Use of the Mouth of the Tyne Services constitutes consent to any policy then in effect. Please make sure that you read Mouth of the Tyne's Terms of Use to understand additional terms and conditions which apply to the use of the Mouth of the Tyne Services.


Links to other Sites and Services

It is important to note that the Mouth of the Tyne Services contain links to other sites, applications and services maintained by third parties that may not follow the same privacy policies as the Mouth of the Tyne Services. For instance, clicking or tapping on a sponsorship acknowledgment or some third-party logos on the Mouth of the Tyne Services will take you to an entirely different site, application or service. These sites, applications and services may use cookies, collect data, and use the data in ways that the Mouth of the Tyne Services would not. Mouth of the Tyne is not responsible for the privacy practices of, or any information or materials on, these other sites. Please visit these sites if you wish to review their privacy policies.

The Mouth of the Tyne Services include a tool that allows you to sign in or share content using information from your account with a third-party service, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or Disqus. Please be aware that those third-party services are unrelated to Mouth of the Tyne, and that your use of the third-party services is subject to the terms and policies of those services.


International User Notice

For international users, please note that it may be necessary to transfer your information internationally and, in particular, your information may be transferred to and processed in the United States. For residents of the European Union: the data protection and other laws of other countries outside of the European Union may not be as comprehensive as those of the European Union. Please be assured that we take steps to ensure that your privacy is protected as described in this policy. By using the Mouth of the Tyne Services, you agree to have your information transferred to and used in the United States as set forth in this policy.


Questions

If you have any questions or comments concerning our Privacy Policy, please Contact Us by info@mouthofthetyne.com