Pitchfork may occasionally collect Personally Identifiable Information, including data that can be used to identify or contact a single person ("PII") from Users who voluntarily provide such information to: a) purchase The Pitchfork Review (the “Publication”); or b) through other information exchange methods, including email.
Now, and in the future, you may be asked to participate in certain enhanced services through the Website. To participate in these services, we may ask you to provide a higher level of PII. Any PII we receive generally and for any special or enhanced service will be stored and managed by Pitchfork, which PII is not currently sold by Pitchfork to third parties. We take your privacy seriously. However, to provide our Users with better services, we may use the information we collect to share with our business partners for us to provide products or services that may enhance your experience on the Website.
Third parties who provide hosting services or other day-to-day services that make possible the operation of this Website may have access to information that you provide to the extent they require access to our databases to service the Website. Pitchfork is not responsible for the information collection or privacy practices of any third party websites or applications. Pitchfork suggests that you read the privacy statements of each linked website to understand what, if any, PII may be collected by those linked websites. Certain linked websites operate on different business models and practices and may use your PII in a manner wholly different from Pitchfork, and it is up to you to understand the privacy practices of any third-party websites to which you choose to link to or visit through this Website.
Pitchfork may, from time to time, publish a newsletter or other periodical document. In order to receive a copy of this document, Pitchfork will ask you for certain PII including, without limitation, your name, postal and email addresses, and possibly other demographic, and even personal financial information. In order to discontinue receipt of the newsletter, periodical, or such other document, simply unsubscribe through the manner prescribed in the last such document you received. Notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, Pitchfork reserves the right to provide this PII to third parties, and to use this information for internal purposes to measure the readership of any given newsletter or periodical.
Residents of California have a right to request a detailed list of any third-party entities with which Pitchfork shares PII for their own marketing purposes. As mentioned above, the third-party web site, Subscription Genius, will collect PII when the Purchaser voluntarily provides that information through Subscription Genius to purchase the Publication. Pitchfork is not responsible for any additional PII that Subscription Genius may collect. You may opt-out of having your PII shared with third parties by sending your request including your full name, email address, and postal address to: Pitchfork Media Inc., 3317 West Fullerton Avenue Chicago, IL 60647 ATTN: Privacy Officer.
Users may also contact Pitchfork’s Privacy Officer to review or modify the User’s PII through submitting a request to the same address listed above. Pitchfork does not respond to “do not track” signals from Users regarding the collection of PII. California resident Users are entitled to know that they may file grievances and complaints with the California Department of Consumer Affairs, 400 R Street, Suite 1080, Sacramento, CA 95814, by phone at 916-445-1254 or 800-952-5210, or by email to email@example.com.
Pitchfork does not presently host message boards, chat rooms, or user comment sections but reserves the right to do so in the future. If a message board or other user comment feature is available on the Website, Pitchfork is not responsible for personally identifiable information you choose to submit, and any information you provide is voluntary.