Generally, "Personal Information" is information that can be used on its own to identify a specific person. For example, Personal Information can be a full name, home address, email address, phone number, or login details. In most cases, non-personally identifiable information or "non-PII" is data that cannot be used on its own to identify a specific person. For example, in the context of the Services, non-PII can be language preference, bookmarks, or highlights.
Non-PII is treated by Digitalia Publishing as Personal Information when it's collected on an inpidual level and linked to any Personal Information that you have chosen to submit to Digitalia Publishing or that Digitalia Publishing may have collected from your interactions with the Services.
You can use most Services without submitting much information to Digitalia Publishing. Accessing through your library website is all you need to use most Services.
A Digitalia Publishing account is not required to use most Services. In using the library Services, if you choose to create a Digitalia Publishing account, you will be required to submit Personal Information to Digitalia Publishing.
As part of your interaction with the library Services, you may willingly submit your Personal Information in order to access certain features, such as creating an account in order to save your notes and bookmarks.
In addition to information that you may willingly submit to Digitalia Publishing, such as your library card number, and/or email address, Digitalia Publishing may collect and store certain Personal Information and non-PII related to your interactions and use of our Services, including but not limited to, IP address, device type, device ID, operating system, library card number, Adobe ID, library name, lending history, holds, reading progress, bookmarks, highlights, notes, and online activity.
Some Services provide the ability for you to see your lending history. If you are using your institution’s Digitalia Publishing-hosted website or the Digitalia Publishing app, you will have the option to view your lending history. Your lending history is protected by Digitalia Publishing as confidential. It is not shared with any third parties, except to staff with appropriate authority acting within the scope of their duties for the administration of your institution (library, school, etc.). If we are compelled to disclose your lending history pursuant to a court order or subpoena, or to a person or agency with the relevant administrative or legislative investigative power, we will seek to challenge and limit the scope and comply with the authorized agency or person only as required by law.
Digitalia Publishing takes information security very seriously. We have implemented measures to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of your information. Your information is protected by physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to prevent unauthorized disclosure. We encrypt the transmission of information using secure sockets layer (SSL) technology. We use computer safeguards such as firewalls and data encryption and physical access controls to our buildings and files. We authorize access to Personal Information only for those employees who require it to fulfill their job responsibilities.
We collect information from you in order to:
Digitalia Publishing never sells your Personal Information or non-PII. Digitalia Publishing will not use your information for any purposes other than the specified use.
Email addresses submitted to Digitalia Publishing are stored by Digitalia Publishing in order to maintain your account preferences and send you updates and relevant communications about our products.
We retain information for as long as Digitalia Publishing deems necessary to provide the Services or as otherwise permitted by applicable law.
If you contact Digitalia Publishing directly for assistance resolving an issue with the Services, it may be necessary for Digitalia Publishing to use support tools to resolve your issue. For a limited number of issues, these tools may provide Digitalia Publishing support personnel with visibility of your borrowing information while your support case is being resolved.
Your name, email address, and password are required to create a Digitalia Publishing account. By creating and using a Digitalia Publishing account and/or otherwise consenting to the sharing of information with us, you authorize Digitalia Publishing to collect and retain the Personal Information submitted by you. You may not share your information regarding your Digitalia Publishing account, including but not limited to your login credentials such as your password.
Data Transfer. Digitalia Publishing has adopted Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) to safeguard international data transfers, including transfers of Personal Information from the EU, Switzerland, and the UK, to the US.
Legal basis for processing your Personal Information. If you are visiting a Service from the EU, we must have a legal basis to process your Personal Information. There are different legal bases on which we rely to process your Personal Information, namely:
Performance of a contract. The use of your Personal Information may be necessary to perform the specified function for which you submit your Personal Information, and/or perform other contractual obligations and policies under which we provide our Services to you;
Legitimate interests. We use your Personal Information for our legitimate interests to improve our Services, for internal administration, and security purposes. In such circumstances, it is important for us to ensure that your data protection interests or fundamental rights and freedoms are not overridden by our legitimate interests.
Identifiers, such as IP Address, Adobe ID, Cookie ID, and device ID.
Internet or other electronic network activity information, such as device type, operating system, browsing history on Digitalia Publishing-hosted webpages, and information related to your interaction with the Services, such as lending history, holds, and reading progress.
Information selling, sharing, and disclosing. Digitalia Publishing does not sell your information. Digitalia Publishing does not share your information with third parties for money or other valuable consideration. Digitalia Publishing may disclose your information to service providers solely for business purposes. These service providers support the internal operations of the Services, assist Digitalia Publishing in providing you access to the Services, and assist Digitalia Publishing in monitoring, analyzing, and optimizing the Services. The following categories of information may be disclosed to service providers for business purposes: identifiers and internet or other electronic network activity information.
In the event of a change of control (i.e. sale of sale or merger of Digitalia Publishing, Inc.) the successor entity will be subject to these same privacy commitments.
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