Mountain Dog Media (“mountaindogmedia.com” or “we”) takes privacy matters seriously. Pleaseread below Mountain Dog Media’s privacy practices (the “Policy”) to understand how it will treat personal information you provide online. Mountain Dog Media may update this Policy periodically; any such changes will be noted in the revision date of the Policy. Any changes are effective upon posting; your continued use constitutes your acceptance of any such changes.
“Personal Information” is information that identifies you as an individual and includes the following information: your name, mailing address, email address, and phone number(s).
Mountain Dog Media does not collect Personal Information through this website. We do, however, collect:: (i) information you submit through this website through its contact form, and (ii) information provided automatically to Mountain Dog Media’s web server.
This website is hosted in the United States by a third party service provider. If you access this website from any country other than the United States, you agree that you are transferring Personal Information into the United States. You also: agree to the collection, processing, transfer, and storage of Personal Information under US law, even if your local law affords you a greater level of privacy protection; and acknowledge Personal Information may be exported to third parties and provided to third party processors in compliance with US law.
Mountain Dog Media may use Personal Information to: (i) evaluate, update and/or improve this website; or (ii) to use your IP address (the number assigned to your computer while it is logged on to the Internet) to diagnose problems with the server or to administer the website, including but not limited detecting attempts at unauthorized access.
Mountain Dog Media respects the sensitive nature of children’s privacy online. Mountain Dog Media does not direct any of our content specifically at children less than 13 years of age. Our target audience are American adults of voting age, not kids, teens, or zombies.
Mountain Dog Media is written in English. We use standard plain language as spoken in Texas and maybe a bit of Spanish lingo. Why? Because, we’re from Texas.
Mountain Dog Media may disclose Personal Information if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that disclosure is necessary (a) to obey the law or comply with legal process served on us or (b) to protect and defend our rights or property. Mountain Dog Media may also disclose your Personal Information in connection with services we obtain related to this website (such as data storage, hosting or other related services).
If Mountain Dog Media transfers a portion or all our business or assets to another party (through merger, acquisition or another means), we will use reasonable efforts to try to require that the acquiring party abide by the terms of this Policy.
For your convenience, Mountain Dog Media may provide links to websites operated by third parties. (ie: Google, Amazon) We do not control or influence the privacy policies of these websites and do not exercise authority over such websites. We therefore assume no responsibility for the privacy and data collection policies and procedures of linked websites, nor for the content or reliability of such websites.
Mountain Dog Media may employ cookies (a small data file which your browser stores on your hard drive). Although most web browsers automatically accept cookies, most computers allow you to change your browser setting to prevent acceptance of cookies. By doing so, you may not be able to access or use this website. Sorry. That’s how the dream cookie crumbles.
To prevent unauthorized access, Mountain Dog Media has put in place appropriate and reasonable physical, electronic, and administrative procedures to safeguard and secure Personal Information under our control. We also have access to a very large hungry Emu (George) and a Goat (Fred). Both animals like to eat paper. Any personal information on any piece of paper, including our own notes, are reviewed by George and Fred and promptly eaten and later extruded as fertilizer in our watermelon patch. You’re welcome to have some watermelon.
If you have any questions about this Policy or Mountain Dog Media’s privacy practices, please contact us via the form on the contact page, which can be found at https://mountaindogmedia.com/contact.