ThinkFun Privacy Statement
The majority of products and services on our site are offered without collecting any personally identifiable information from you. You can surf our site and view much of our content anonymously.
Information You Provide
We collect information when you provide it to us, such as by contacting us or by joining one of our mailing lists.
Information Collected from You with Technology
Through this site, we also automatically collect some non-personally identifiable information about you using technology. For instance, we may collect the domain from which you access the Internet; IP address; browser type; screen resolution; Internet connection speed; operating system; the date and time you access our site; and the Internet address of the website from which you linked to our site. ThinkFun uses such information to make our site more interesting and useful to you. We normally don’t combine this type of information with personally identifiable information; however, we will combine this information with personally identifiable information in some cases, such as to enforce compliance with our house rules or terms of service or to protect our service, site or other people.
How We Use the Information
How We Share the Information
We will only share your information as described in this policy or with your consent.
Companies That Are Standing in for ThinkFun.com
We may use the services of agents and contractors to assist us in providing our products and services, such as contractors that assist us in operating the website. In those instances, we need to share your information with them. These companies are basically standing in for ThinkFun, and they are not allowed to use the information for independent purposes.
Legal Requirements and Organizations That Help Protect the Security and Safety of Our Guests and Our Site
Transfer of Assets
We may transfer information about you if we sell all or a portion of our assets, such as if we are acquired by or merged with another entity.
You can use most aspects of our site without giving us any personally identifiable information. When you do register with us or give us personally identifiable information, you will have an opportunity to limit e-mail communications from ThinkFun. You can also request at any time that we not send future marketing e-mail to you either by unsubscribing using the instructions in our emails or by contacting us at support@ThinkFun.com. Also, as mentioned above, you may be able to use your browser controls to limit the information that we collect through cookies.
Maintaining the security of our visitors’ personally identifiable information is important to us. ThinkFun takes reasonable technical, contractual, administrative and physical security steps to protect visitors’ information. Personally identifiable information that we collect is stored on our secure server and can only be accessed by certain employees within our company. When you provide credit card information we use a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate to encrypt and protect your credit card data. We show the Norton Secured seal on our website to assure our visitors of these security practices. Click here to learn more about this seal.
Accessing and Changing Information
You can access or change the personally identifiable information you have provided to us by logging into your account on the website, using your email address and password you used during the initial set-up. If you forget your password, you can retrieve it using the security question that you set during registration.
ThinkFun does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under 13. If a parent or guardian believes that a child under 13 has provided ThinkFun with personally identifiable information, you can contact Customer Service by email at email@example.com to request deletion of the information. Please include information in the email that will help us identify the child’s account.
Links to Third-Party Sites
Our site may contain links to third-party sites. Their information practices may be different than ours, and we do not have control over the information that is submitted to, or collected by, these third parties. Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website. You should consult the privacy policies of these other sites to learn about their practices.
Use of Cookie Bot
a) This website uses Cookiebot, a cookie management service provided by Cybot A/S, Havnegade 39, 1058 Copenhagen, Denmark. Cookiebot enables us to provide a cookie banner. With this we can inform you on the one hand that and which cookies we use on our website. On the other hand, you can use the cookie banner to decide which cookies you want to allow, and we can save your settings according to the legal requirements. For all information on cookies and your setting options, see section 8.4.
b) In connection with the Cookiebot service, we process the following data: Your IP address in shortened form (the last three digits are set to “0”), our website URL, date and time of your consent. By means of an anonymous key, which is randomly generated and anonymized, we store your consent status.
c) All data is stored within the EU. After 12 months, the data will be deleted continuously.
If you need further assistance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-549-4999, or write to us at:
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Any external links included on this website lie outside the operator’s responsibilities.
The content of external webpages is monitored for statutory violations before being included on the Thinkfun website. However, Thinkfun has no influence over the content of these webpages and takes no responsibility for them. Thinkfun carries out regular inspections of its links. If a statutory violation is brought to our attention, that link is deleted immediately. In the case of illegal, corrupt or incomplete material, as well as damages that may arise as a result of use or disuse of links, only the provider is liable.