Last Modified Date: March 2, 2023
Our Website and the developments described on our Website are located in Florida and within the United States of America. We do not advertise or market our Website or any development described on the Website outside of the United States. We make no representations that the Website or any of its content, functions, or features are accessible or appropriate for use outside of the United States. Access to the Website may not be legal by certain persons in certain countries. If you happen to access our Website from outside of the United States, you do so on your own accord and are responsible for compliance with any local laws. If you have any questions or concerns about anything contained in this Policy, you may contact us by using the contact details listed at the bottom of this document.
What Information Do We Collect?
The information that we collect from you depends upon your interaction with us as detailed more fully in this Section.
Internet Cookies and Tracking Technologies
Our Website utilizes internet cookies, which are small data files that are deployed from a web server to your computing device. There are different types of internet cookies. There are internet cookies that we deploy that are necessary in order for us to make our Website available to you. These necessary cookies perform functions such as allocating web traffic among servers and monitoring for malicious behavior on our Website. We use information from these cookies to detect, troubleshoot and resolve technical issues on our Website and to optimize your viewing experience and in connection with our data security efforts on our Website.
There are also third parties that deploy internet cookies and other tracking technologies, including marketing pixels, for marketing and analytics purposes. These internet cookies and pixels enable us to collect certain information about you through our third party services providers, including information such as your internet protocol address, a unique identification number, internet browser type, the name of the operating system being used by your computing device, the domain of your internet service provider, the date and time of your arrival on our Website, whether you are a unique visitor to our Website, the uniform resource locator (URL) of the website that you visited before arriving on our Website, the duration of time you spend on each page of our Website, and the website that you visit immediately after you leave our Website (collectively, “Usage Information”).
We use Usage Information from our marketing and analytics cookies and pixels to understand the types of visitors that come to our Website, to serve you with targeted advertisements, to evaluate our marketing and advertising efforts, to understand the web pages, functions, and features on our Website that are most popular among visitors, and to help optimize the Website based on the most commonly used internet browsers and operating systems used by visitors to our Website.
Our cookie banner provides you with the option to select which of the foregoing categories of cookies and tracking technologies that you authorize. To the extent you authorize the deployment and use of marketing and analytics cookies and tracking technologies, you are consenting to our use of the information in accordance with this Policy. In addition to the settings in the Cookie Banner, depending upon your internet browser and computing device, you may have the option to block or reject internet cookies and tracking technologies from being deployed to your computing device. For more information on the settings that might be available to you, please consult your internet browser’s settings and help file. Please note that if you block or reject internet cookies from being deployed to your computing device that certain content and features may not display or function properly.
How Does SOTA Use the Information that it Collects?
The manner in which we use the information that we collect from you depends upon your interactions with us as described below:
Does SOTA Share Information with Third Parties?
In connection with making our Website available to you, we utilize third party service providers. Our third party service providers render a variety of services, including data and web hosting, web development, marketing, advertising, and legal services. We will disclose the information that we collect from you to these third party service providers to the extent necessary for them to provide their services to us. To the extent that you permit our use of tracking technologies, including social media network pixels, by the choices you select through our cookie banner, we will disclose your personal identifying information to social media networks, including facebook and Instagram, for targeted advertisements.
Unless otherwise prohibited by applicable law, we will also disclose information that we have collected from you under the following circumstances:
Responding to Legal Process
Sale or Acquisition of Our Business
If SOTA merges with another company, or all or substantially all of its assets are sold to a third party, the assets that are part of the transaction will include information that we have collected from you. Depending upon where you reside, we may be required to undertake additional steps in connection with such a sale or merger and under the circumstances, we will comply with all applicable laws.
Children’s Online Privacy
SOTA does not knowingly market to or otherwise solicit Personal Information (defined in this Section) from children under the age of thirteen. For purposes of this Section, the term “Personal Information” has the meaning set forth under the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act in 15 U.S.C. § 6501, et. al. and its regulations. “Personal Information” means first and last name, home or other physical address, email address, telephone number, social security number, and other identifiers.
All users of our Website must be at least eighteen years of age. If you are under the age of eighteen, please do not provide us with any Personal Information. If you are the parent or legal guardian of a child who is under the age of eighteen and you have reason to believe that your child may have provided us with Personal Information, please contact us using the contact details at the bottom of this Policy and we will promptly remove your child’s information from our system.
Third Party Hyperlinks
Our Website includes hyperlinks to websites, which are not owned or operated by SOTA (each, a “Third-Party Website”). We provide hyperlinks to Third-Party Websites for your convenience and for informational purposes only. You hereby expressly acknowledge and agree that we have no control over the content, information, business, or privacy practices of any Third-Party Website that is owned or operated by a third party. We strongly encourage you to carefully review the privacy policies and terms of service for any Third-Party Website. Under no circumstances will we be liable to you or any other party in connection with your use of a Third-Party Website.
Revisions to this Policy
We reserve the right to revise this Policy from time to time in our discretion. In the event that we revise our Policy, we will update the “Last Modified Date” that is displayed at the top of this document. Updates to the Policy shall become effective upon their posting. It is your responsibility to check this Policy on a regular basis for revisions. If you do not agree with any revision to this Policy, then you should immediately cease your use of the Website. Your use of the Website after a revision has been posted shall be deemed as your acceptance thereof.
Your Options Regarding Information We Collect
If you desire to delete or correct any inaccurate information that you may have provided to us, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Data Request” in the subject line of your email to us and include enough information so that we may locate and carry out your request of us. Please note that we reserve the right to verify the authenticity of any request and to reject those that cannot be reasonably substantiated.
In the event that you have any questions about our Policy, you may contact us by using any of the following means:
By mail: 1703 Main St., Sarasota, Florida 34236
By telephone: (941) 462-3900
By email: email@example.com