This Site and the Services and Materials enabled or made available by the Site are intended for adult audiences, and PortlandLabs does not knowingly collect any personal information from anyone under 16 years of age.
NOT IN SCOPE
a. any websites linked to this site,
b. websites built with the open source Concrete CMS downloadable from concretecms.org or concretecms.com,
c. websites hosted by PortlandLabs - “Concrete CMS Hosting”), and/or
d. offline activities or other products, services or materials not available or enabled by the Site.
3.PERSONAL INFORMATION AND PREFERENCES
You have the right at all times to access and correct your personal information and privacy preferences.
If you provide PortlandLabs with inconsistent privacy preferences (e.g. indicating on one occasion that you may be contacted with respect to marketing offers from PortlandLabs or third parties and on another that you may not be contacted with respect to such offers) PortlandLabs will update its records with your latest preference in a timely and accurate manner.
PortlandLabs does not currently meet the criteria to be subject to the CCPA.
PortlandLabs’ Concrete CMS Hosting provides the capability for website hosting clients to be CCPA and/or GDPR compliant but Concrete is not responsible for determining if the hosted site is subject to the CCPA and/or GDPR nor is PortlandLabs or Concrete responsible for the hosted sites’ compliance to the CCPA and/or GDPR. Any questions related to the CCPA or GDPR for a specific site not ending in concrete5.org, concretecms.com, or concretecms.org should be directed to that specific site and not to this Site.
4. COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
As you access and use the Site, Services and Materials,PortlandLabs may from time to time ask you to provide certain information and data about yourself by filling out and submitting a form or a field on the Site. This information could include, for example, your first and last name, mailing address, country of residence, e-mail address, telephone or facsimile number, work address and other information. Of course, it is optional for you to provide such information, however, in some instances PortlandLabs may require certain mandatory information about you in order for you to gain access to or use the Site, the Services and Materials. If you do not provide mandatory data and information with respect to that particular access to or use of the Site, the Services or Materials, you will not be able to access or use the Site, the Services or Materials. Or, if you wish to delete your data and information (as provided in Section 2 above) and such data or information is mandatory, then you may no longer be able to access or use the Site, the Services or the Materials.
In order to facilitate our evaluation of your use of the Site, the Services and the Materials, PortlandLabs will also from time to time collect information about your computer which may include among other information, its operating system, CPU speed, Internet Protocol (IP) address, referring or exit web pages and browser type. PortlandLabs will use this information to measure your use of the Site, the Services and Materials to support, evaluate, enhance and supplement your user experience with the Site, the Services and Materials. We may also match or link this information with any other information held by PortlandLabs.
In addition, PortlandLabs may choose to supplement the personal information you provide to us with information about you available from other third party sources. Where permitted by law, we may, for example, supplement your Registration Information with address information provided by the U.S. Post Office to maintain and improve performance of our data base, authenticate users and/or prevent abuse of the Site, the Services or the Materials. We may also supplement the information you submit to us with demographic or other information (e.g. age and/or interests) stored in third party databases to better focus and enhance and marketing or other communications we send to you about the Site, the Services or the Materials that we feel may be of interest to you.
Cookies, web beacons and similar tracking devices
Most browsers default to allow or accept cookies, and most products and services that include similar devices also default to activate or allow the collection of data. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the option to decide whether or not to accept it (however, some web pages, including those that may be contained in web sites linked to this Site, may require an authorization and may not grant you the option of choosing not to accept cookies or similar devices and will likely not allow you to access those pages or any related products or services).
5. USE OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
PortlandLabs collects your personal information to support, record, facilitate and enhance your use of the Site, the Services and the Materials. When you register an account for the Site, the Services and/or the Materials, the information is logged to register your rights to tech support and other benefits made available from time to time to registered users. Except where prohibited by law or where you have opted to not receive such communications, we also use your personal information to track your use and preferences and to keep you informed about product and service upgrades, and other products and services of PortlandLabs, its partner vendors and partner service providers and other third parties.
6. PROTECTION OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
PortlandLabs classifies the personal information that you submit and provide in connection with registering yourself as a user of the Site, the Services or the Materials as "Registration Information." Your Registration Information is protected in the following ways:
(a) Access by you to your Registration Information is available only through a password and unique user identifier selected by you and the password is encrypted. (PortlandLabs strongly advises that you not share your password or unique customer ID with anyone.)
(c) PortlandLabs encrypts your personal information as it is transferred to PortlandLabs's secure servers thereby taking reasonable measures to prevent unauthorized parties for viewing, disclosing or using such information.
7. TRANSFERS OF INFORMATION TO SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS
You acknowledge and agree that if PortlandLabs sells or assigns assets (or the assets of any division or subsidiary) to another entity, or PortlandLabs (or a division or subsidiary) is acquired by or merged with another entity, PortlandLabs may provide to such entity customer information that is related to that part of our business that was sold to, assigned to, or merged with the other entity without obtaining your further consent, but PortlandLabs will provide notice of such asset sales, assignments, acquisitions, or mergers on the Site.
8. NOTICE REGARDING COMMUNITY SITES
Any information that you post to a public chat room, blog, bulletin board, or to community help, wikis, personal sharing URLs and user profiles ("Community Sites") will be available to all users accessing that location, and your e-mail address and other personal information and content you upload may also be posted on these Community Sites. The information you share by posting to the Community Sites may be read, collected or used by other users accessing these Community Sites for any purpose including sending you unsolicited messages or Spam. PortlandLabs is not responsible for any information you elect to submit to these Community Sites, the uses of that information, or the consequences to you resulting from the use of that information.
a. Request a Personal Information Takedown
b. Inform the team behind Concrete via a web form, or
c. write to our Privacy Officer at the following address:
PortlandLabs Privacy Officer
P.O. Box 14125
Portland, OR 97293
Please be specific in your complaint and provide as much detail as possible so that we can promptly address your concerns. We will investigate and respond to all complaints promptly.
Important Notice for EU Residents
If we can’t resolve your issue, we may be able to refer the dispute to JAMS for dispute resolution. If we can’t resolve your issue to your satisfaction, please visit https://www.jamsadr.com.