Privacy Policy

Last revised March 15, 2021

New Harbinger makes every effort to comply with all applicable privacy laws.  Our Privacy Policy is intended to explain how we collect and use personal data that may be collected when you use our websites.

To help you understand our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, please bear in mind that New Harbinger, “we,” “our” and “us” refer to New Harbinger Publications, Inc., and “you” and “yours” refers to visitors and users of our website.

 

1.         Website.  Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy apply to the website located at newharbinger.com.  The owner of the website is New Harbinger Publications, Inc. To contact us, please use the following contact information.  Email privacy@newharbinger.com or complete our Data Privacy Request Form.

 

2.         Most Recent Update.  Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy were last updated on March 15, 2021.  Please return to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy to find out if we have made any changes since your last visit.

 

3.         Consent to Use of Cookies.  Like virtually all websites, our website uses “cookies” that are automatically installed on your computer when you visit our website. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer and can be recognized when you return to our website. Some cookies are installed by the service providers who host and maintain our website or advertisers. Some of your personal data will be collected by the cookies.  On arrival at our website, you will be given an opportunity to consent (or “opt in”) to the use of cookies.  If you do not opt in, or if you opt in but you later remove or disable the cookies, the website will not be fully functional.

 

4.         Consent to Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.  When you register as a user of our website, and/or when you purchase products or services at our website, you will be asked to confirm that you agree to be bound by our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy.   If you do not agree, you will not be able to complete your registration or place your order.

 

5.         Consent Based on Your Use of Our Website.  Even if you do not consent to be bound by our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy at the time of registration or purchase, please be aware that we will rely on your continued use of our website as confirmation of your consent to be bound if applicable law permits us to do so.  Your consent applies to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy as they may be updated from time to time. If you do not want to be bound, please do not visit or use or website.

 

6.         Personal Data.  Here is a summary of how we acquire and use personal data of website visitors and others.

(a)        We collect some personal data through optional cookies, when you register as a user of our website, and when you purchase products and services through our website.

(b)        The personal data we collect and process may include your name, IP addresses, geolocation information, passwords, email addresses, mailing addresses, telephone numbers, mental health professional status, transaction and traffic data, and credit card and other financial information (but only if and when you make a purchase, and we don’t have access to your payment details except for the last 4 digits of your credit card, the card type, and the expiration date).

(c)        We do not currently collect sensitive personal information such as Social Security numbers, age, driver’s license numbers, usernames, or information on race, ethnicity, religious or philosophical beliefs.  Please monitor our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy for any changes in the future.

(d)       We act as the controller of the personal data that we collect, and we may enter into written contracts with service providers who assist us in processing personal data.

(e)        If you make a purchase, some of your personal information will be provided to service providers who process credit card transactions.  Neither New Harbinger nor any of our service providers keep credit card numbers, expiration dates, and/or security numbers on file.

 

7.         What We Do with Your Personal Data.  As a general rule, we use your personal data only for the purposes that are described in this Privacy Policy, and only to the extent that our use of your personal data is reasonable and relevant to these purposes.

(a)        We use your personal data only for the following purposes: (i) Monitoring and maintaining the functionality of our website to make sure it is operating correctly; (ii) Communicating with our customers and website visitors and users; (iii) Market research and marketing of the products and services of New Harbinger; (iv) Detecting any use of our website that violates our Terms of Use; and (v) Sharing information with our subsidiary, Praxis Continuing Education and Training.

(b)       Cardholder Data Security Policies: In order to minimize the risk of security incidents, we fully outsource all payment processing to Foxy.io. Foxy.io is PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) Compliant as a Level 1 Service Provider and is listed on both Visa and MasterCard's global registries. Anytime you submit payment information via our website, you are submitting through Foxy.io's secure infrastructure. If you opt to save your payment information during checkout, that information is stored at Foxy. We don't have access to your payment details except for the last 4 digits, the card type, and the expiration date.

(c)        We do not keep personal data any longer than is necessary for business purposes, and we delete personal data when it is no longer necessary.

(d)       We do our best to maintain the security of the personal data that we collect and use.

(e)        We do not buy or sell personal data, and we do not share personal data except in certain cases with our subsidiary, Praxis Continuing Education and Training. In these cases, notice will be given.

(f)        We use your personal data to communicate with you at our website and by email to make you aware of the information, products and services that are available through New Harbinger, to provide customer service, and to conduct surveys.

(g)        We reserve the right to retain and disclose personal data (i) when we are legally required to do so by law or court order, (ii) when it is necessary to do so to enforce the Terms of Use, and/or (iii) to protect the rights, safety or security of New Harbinger, our advertisers and affiliates, and our employees, contractors, and vendors.

 

8.         Your Privacy Rights.  Depending on what laws apply to your use of our website and our collection of personal data, which may change from time to time in the future, you may have the following rights regarding your personal data, and you may exercise any of the rights you have by contacting our Data Protection Officer at privacy@newharbinger.com or completing our Data Privacy Request Form.

(a)        The right to withdraw your consent to the use of cookies.

(b)        The right to withdraw your consent to the collection and processing of your personal data.

(c)        The right to request a copy of your personal data that we have collected.

(d)       The right to update, correct, change, block or erase your personal data.

(e)        The right to transfer some or all of your personal data to another data controller.

(f)        The right to opt out of automated decision-making technology such as “profiling.” New Harbinger uses automated decision-making technology for email subscribers only. You can unsubscribe or ask for your data to be deleted at any time.

(g)       The right to access information about automated decision-making technology that may be used. New Harbinger uses automated decision-making technology for email subscribers only. You can always submit a Data Privacy Request Form to learn about your processed personal data.

(f)        The right to require us to notify our subsidiary, Praxis Continuing Education and Training, to delete personal data that was shared with our subsidiary.

(g)        The right to opt out of receiving marketing communications from us by email. You may unsubscribe at newharbinger.com/pages/unsubscribe.

 

9.         Privacy Policy for Minors.

(a)        Our website, and our products and services, are intended for use by individuals 13 or older. We do not target or provide information, products or services directed to minors under the age of 13.

(b)        We do not knowingly collect personal data from minors.

(c)        Per your consent to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, we will assume that you are 13 years of age or older if you create an account on our site. Only visitors who are 18 or older are permitted to make purchases at our website.

(d)       If an individual under the age of 18 wishes to purchase goods and services at our website, we will need the individual’s parent or guardian to provide verifiable written consent. Parents or guardians may contact us at customerservice@newharbinger.com to provide consent.

 

10.       Scope of Privacy Policy.

(a)        Our Privacy Policy applies only to personal data that we collect when you visit and use our website, and not to information that we collect through our off-line business.

(b)        Our Privacy Policy does not apply to other websites that may be linked to our website, including websites operated by advertisers and other third parties.  If you leave our website and go to another website, please be careful to read the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy that is posted at the other website.

 

11.         Contact.  If you have any questions about our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, please contact the Data Privacy Officer for New Harbinger at privacy@newharbinger.com or complete our Data Privacy Request Form.

 

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