Our goal in collecting personal information from you upon registration is to provide you, the user, with the best experience possible by targeting site content and advertisements to our audience. Your information is stored in our database and not released to any outside parties. We will not sell, rent, or distribute any of the registration information that you provide to us without your consent.
The WSJ Sale Group will not reveal any information regarding your transactions to anyone for any reason whatsoever with the exception that we must provide your name and address to the publishers of the magazines you have ordered. All e-mail will be transmitted only by The WSJ Sale Group and your e-mail address will not be revealed to anyone else.
The WSJ Sale Group may provide links to third party web sites. The WSJ Sale Group does not make any representations or warranties with respect to such third-party web sites. Users of the The WSJ Sale Group web site should be aware the owners and operators of such third-party web sites might collect, use or transfer personal information under different terms and conditions than The WSJ Sale Group. Upon linking to a third-party web site, users of the The WSJ Sale Group should inform themselves of the privacy policies of such third-party web sites. You must recognize that if you post any of this personally identifying information in online areas of third party web sites that are accessible to the public, you may receive unsolicited messages from other parties in return.
The United States Children's Online Privacy Protection Act went into effect on April 21st, 2000. In order to comply with that law, The WSJ Sale Group will not knowingly process any data that was submitted to us by a visitor who is under 13 years of age.
The WSJ Sale Group is AAPPMPM Compliant (State of Maine): The Maine legislature enacted LD 1183, An Act to Prevent Predatory Marketing Practices against Minors ("AAPPMPM"), to protect the privacy of all minors. It prohibits (1) the collection or use of health-related information and "personal information" for marketing purposes from individuals under the age of 18 without verifiable parental consent, and (2) the sale or transfer to a third party of health-related information or personal information about a minor if that information was unlawfully collected, individually identifies the minor, or will be used for "predatory marketing."