- The type of information about you Summit collects through the Site;
- How Summit collects that information;
- How Summit uses that information;
- Who will have access to that information and Summit’ security measures for protecting that information.
As used herein, the term “personal information” means information (including personally identifiable information) that would allow someone to specifically identify you or contact you physically or online (e.g., your name, physical address, telephone number, email address); and the term “non-personal information” means any information other than personal information that Summit may collect from you.
1. A Special Note About Minors.
The Site is a general audience website intended for use by adults. The Site is not designed or intended to attract and is not directed to, children under eighteen (18) years of age, let alone children under thirteen (13) years of age. Summit does not collect personal information through the Site from any person it actually knows to be under thirteen (13) years of age. If Summit obtains actual knowledge that it has collected personal information through the Site from a person under thirteen (13) years of age, then it will use reasonable efforts to refrain from further using such personal information or maintaining it in retrievable form.
Furthermore, if you are under eighteen (18) years of age, then you (or your parent or legal guardian) may at any time request that Summit remove content or information about you that is posted on the Site. Please submit any such request (“ Request for Removal of Minor Information”) to privacy@Summit.com, with a subject line of “Removal of Minor Information.”
For each Request for Removal of Minor Information, please state “Removal of Minor Information” in the email or letter subject line, and clearly state the following in the body:
- the nature of your request;
- the identity of the content or information to be removed;
- whether such content or information is found on the Site;
- the location of content or information on the Site (e.g., providing the URL for the specific web page the content or information is found on);
- that the request is related to the “Removal of Minor Information;”
- your name, street address, city, state, zip code and email address; and
- whether you prefer to receive a response to your request by mail or email.
Summit is not responsible for failing to comply with any Request for Removal of Minor Information that is incomplete, incorrectly labeled or incorrectly sent.
Please note that the aforementioned removal does not ensure complete or comprehensive removal of such content or information posted on the Site.
Also, please note that Summit is not required to erase or otherwise eliminate, or to enable erasure or elimination of, such content or information in certain circumstances, such as, for example, when an international, federal, state, or local law, rule or regulation requires Summit to maintain the content or information; when the content or information is stored on or posted to the Site by a third party other than you (including any content or information posted by you that was stored, republished or reposted by the third party); when Summit anonymizes the content or information, so that you cannot be individually identified; when you do not follow the aforementioned instructions for requesting the removal of the content or information; and when you have received compensation or other consideration for providing the content or information.
The foregoing is a description of Summit’s voluntary practices concerning the collection of personal information through the Site from certain minors, and is not intended to be an admission that Summit is subject to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the Federal Trade Commission’s Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule(s), or any similar international, federal, state, or local laws, rules, or regulations.
2. Categories of Information Collected.
Summit may collect personal and non-personal information about you through the Site. The categories of such information might include, for example:
- Your name (first, last and/or middle);
- Your company name and/or title;
- Your home and/or business contact information (e.g., mailing address, email address, telephone number, facsimile number);
- Your profession;
- Your relevant work application information (e.g., name, contact information, resume, work experience, employment history, educational history, performance reviews, department name and location, rank, work address), as well as any additional work-related information that you voluntarily disclose;
- Your electronic signature;
- Your transactional information (e.g., requests, orders, pricing, payments, purchaser information, comments, ratings, feedback, communications made on or through the Site);
- Your computer, mobile device and/or browser information (e.g., IP address, mobile device ID information, operating system, connection speed, bandwidth, browser type, referring/exit web pages, web page requests, cookie information, hardware attributes, software attributes);
- Information about, and/or information found on, your pages and accounts with third-party websites, networks, platforms, servers and applications (e.g., Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn);
- Usage activity concerning your interactions with the Site and/or third-party websites, networks, platforms, servers or applications accessed on or through the Site (e.g., how you accessed the Site, where you go when you leave the Site, number of clicks on a page or feature, amount of time spent on the Site or a page or feature, identity of third-party websites, networks, platforms, servers and applications accessed through the Site);
- Statements or content (e.g., comments, videos, photographs, images), and information about such statements or content, which you submit or publish on or through the Site, or which are accessed via your public or linked social media pages (e.g., Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn);
- Your geolocation;
- The name associated with your mobile device;
- The telephone number associated with your mobile device; and/or
- Your mobile device ID information.
3. How Information Is Collected.
Summit might collect personal and non-personal information from you when you visit, access or use the Site or any of its products or services; when you request, register for, order or purchase any products or services on, through or in relation to the Site; when you allow the Site to access, upload, download, import or export content found on or through, or to otherwise interact with, your computer or mobile device (or any other device you may use to visit, access, register with or use the Site) or online accounts with third-party websites, networks, platforms, servers or applications (e.g., your online social media accounts, your cloud drives and servers, your mobile device service provider); or whenever Summit asks you for such information, such as, for example, when you fill out an online survey, questionnaire or contact form, or when you process a payment through the Site.
In addition, if you or a third party sends Summit comment, message or other communication (such as, by way of example only, email, instant message, letter, fax, phone call, or voice message) about or referencing you or your activities in relation to the Site, then Summit may collect any personal or non-personal information provided therein or therewith.
Summit might also use various tracking, data aggregation and/or data analysis technologies, including, for example, the following:
- Cookies, which are small data files (e.g., text files) stored on the browser or device you use to view a website or message. They may help store user preferences and activity and may allow a website to recognize a particular browser or device. There are several types of cookies, including, for example, browser cookies, session cookies, and persistent cookies. Cookies may record information you access on one page of a website to simplify subsequent interaction with that website, or to help streamline your transactions on related pages of that website. Most major browsers are set up so that they will initially accept cookies, but you might be able to adjust your browser’s or device’s preferences to issue you an alert when a cookie is downloaded, or to block, reject, disable, delete or manage the use of some or all cookies on your browser or device.
- Flash cookies, which are cookies written using Adobe Flash, and which may be permanently stored on your device. Like regular cookies, Flash cookies may help store user preferences and activity and may allow a website to recognize a particular browser or device. Flash cookies are not managed by the same browser settings that are used for regular cookies.
- Retargeting pixels, which are cookie-based technologies that might follow you across the web.
- Web beacons, which are pieces of code embedded in a website or email to monitor your activity on the website or your opening of the email, and which can pass along information such as the IP address of the computer or device you use to view the website or open the email, the URL page on which the web beacon is located, the type of browser that was used to access the website and previously set cookie values. Web beacons are sometimes used to collect advertising data, such as counting page views, promotion views or advertising responses. Disabling your computer’s, device’s or browser’s cookies may prevent some web beacons from tracking or recording certain information about your activities.
- Scripts, which are pieces of code embedded in a website to define how the website behaves in response to a certain key or click requests sent by the user. Scripts are sometimes used to collect information about the user’s interactions with the website, such as the links the user clicks on. Scripts are often times temporarily downloaded to the user’s computer or device from the website server, active only while the user is connected to the Site, and deactivated or deleted when the user disconnects from the Site.
- Analytic tools and services, which are sometimes offered by third parties, and which track, measure and/or generate information about a website’s or program’s traffic, sales, audience and similar information, and which may be used for various reasons, such as, for example, statistical research, marketing research, and content ratings research, and conversion tracking. Google Analytics, HubSpot, and Facebook Pixel are examples of these types of technologies.
- Other third-party data tracking or analytic technologies (e.g., deep linking, eTags, device fingerprinting or cross-device tracking).
Please be advised that if you choose to block, reject, disable, delete or change the management settings for any or all of the aforementioned technologies and/or another track, data aggregation and data analysis technologies, then certain areas of the Site might not function properly.
By visiting, accessing, registering with or using the Site, you acknowledge and agree in each instance that you are giving Summit permission to monitor or otherwise track your activities on the Site and that Summit may use the aforementioned technologies and/or another track, data aggregation and data analysis technologies.