Pulse PEMF Privacy Policy

Welcome to pulsecenters.com. This Site is owned by Pulsed Power Technologies, LLC (“Pulse”) and is operated for itself and it’s affiliated companies. This Privacy Policy is designed to tell you about our practices regarding collection, use, and disclosure of information that you may provide via this site. Please be sure to read this entire Privacy Policy before using or submitting information to this site. This site is intended for use by residents of the United States.

Your privacy and the security of your personal information are important to us. We want you to be as comfortable as possible visiting our websites or social media platforms and using any of our products, offerings, features, tools, or resources that we provide on this Website (collectively, our “Online Products”). We are dedicated to protecting the privacy of those who visit this Website and use our Online Products. This Privacy Policy governs this Website and explains how we collect your personal information on this Website, how we protect such information, and the choices you have concerning the use of such information. Please read this Privacy Policy carefully. Except as Pulse (also referred to as “we”, “us”, or “our”) discloses in this Privacy Policy, we will not sell, share, license, trade, or rent your personal information to others.

We may amend this Privacy Policy from time to time. We will post any changes to this Privacy Policy here so that you will always know what information we gather, how we might use that information, and whether we will disclose that information to anyone. Please refer back to this Privacy Policy on a regular basis. By using this Website or any of our Online Products or by opting in to certain uses of Personally Identifiable Information (“PIO”), you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy as provided herein. Please also refer to our Terms of Use.

If you have questions regarding this Privacy Policy, please direct them to marketing@pulsecenters.com.

Notice To California Residents – Your California Privacy Rights: [Maybe put a note in a side box with a hyperlink to the California Privacy Policy?]

Under the California Civil Code, if an individual who is a California resident has provided personal information to a business in connection with a business relationship that is primarily for personal, family, or household purposes, and if that business has within the immediately preceding calendar year disclosed such an individual’s personal information to a third-party and knows or should have known that such third-party used the information for its own direct marketing purposes, then that business is obligated to disclose in writing to such individual upon request, what personal information was shared and with whom it was shared. A business may comply with this law by: (1) having EITHER a published privacy policy of not sharing a customer’s personal information for third-parties’ direct marketing use unless the customer has first affirmatively opted in to such sharing OR a published privacy policy of not sharing a customer’s personal information for third-parties’ direct marketing use if the customer has opted out to prevent his/her personal information from being shared for direct marketing use; AND (2) notifying the customer of his/her right to opt out and providing a cost-free means for the customer to exercise that right.

Any request for a disclosure required under this law or a notice to opt out of this collection of private information should be sent to us via email at marketing@pulsecenters.com. Please note that under this law, we are not required to respond to a customer’s request more than once in a calendar year, nor are we required to respond to any request that is not sent to the email address designated above.

Persons Under the Age of 18.

We do not knowingly collect personal information from persons under the age of 18. If we discover we have collected or received personal information (see below) from a child under 18 without verification of parental consent, we will delete that information upon request. If you believe we might have any information from or about a person under age 18, please email us at marketing@pulsecenters.com.

We collect three types of information: personally identifiable information, aggregate and anonymous information, and user activity information.

Personally Identifiable Information

Personally Identifiable Information (or “PII”) is any information that can identify or is linked to a specific individual, such as your name, mailing address, telephone number (including mobile number), email address, credit card number, debit card number, bank account number, and other financial account information, birth date, gender, occupation, personal interests, demographic, location and household information, etc. To the extent you voluntarily provide your PII to us, we collect such information.

It is optional for you to engage in an Identification Activity. However, if you elect to engage in an Identification Activity, we may ask you for certain PII. Depending on the activity, some of the information we ask you to provide may be identified as mandatory and some may be identified as optional. If you do not provide the mandatory information for a particular Identification Activity that requires it, you will not be able to engage in that activity. In addition, if you use our Website or a linked site to send information to another person (e.g., a friend, a family member, etc.), we will also collect PII of that other person to the extent disclosed by you. We also collect the username and password for the email account you wish to import your contacts from, for example, and will only use it for that purpose.

Aggregate and Anonymous Information (hereinafter “AAI”) is any information that cannot identify or be linked to a specific individual. For example, we may collect anonymous group data (demographics, media habits, online browsing habits, interests and preferences, etc.) about users and members of our Website or a linked site, etc. (hereinafter referred to collectively as “our Audiences”). We may also collect aggregate traffic data pertaining to our Website or a linked site, such as: total page views in a given time period; total impressions per ad; average amount of time that visitors spend on our Website or a linked site (or a part thereof) each time they visit; average amount of time that visitors spend on each page of any one or more parts of our Website or a linked site; percentage of visitors from a certain geographical area, etc. Moreover, we may combine “User Activity Information” (as described below) about you and other users of our Website or a linked site to generate aggregate information that reflects activities, habits, preferences, interests, etc. about our users as a group. We also collect location-based information such as zip code, city and state name. In addition, we may take PII and make it non-personally identifiable, such as by aggregating your information with information about other individuals, or by removing personally-identifiable elements (such as names) so as to “anonymize” or “de-personalize” your information.

User Activity Information (hereinafter “UAI”) refers to information we collect about user activities on our Website or a linked site. For example, our web servers automatically collect and log “clickstream data” for all visitors to PULSE’s Website’s Website, such as IP addresses (which are numerical numbers that are automatically assigned to users’ computers and mobile devices when they are surfing the Internet), page requests, pages visited, content viewed, clicks and search queries made, etc. We also use cookies and similar technologies to collect UAI on our Website or a linked site (see the discussion of cookies below for more information). If and to the extent we use any UAI in a manner that identifies a specific user individually (e.g., if we link or associate such information with a user’s name or address), it will be treated as PII. Otherwise, all UAI will be treated as AAI.

Non-Personally Identifiable Information

Where and when is information collected on this Website (including through the use of cookies and action tags)?

We may collect information (including PII) from you in different manners and at different places and times on this Website, such as when you register for this Website or subscribe to a mailing list or information through an Online Product. The following is a description of the areas and/or manners in which we primarily collect information about you.

Cookies, Action Tags, Third Party Media and DoubleClick

We also collect AAI passively using “cookies” and “action tags.” There are other ways information can be used by third parties.

Cookies

“Cookies” are small text files that are placed on your computer in order to identify (i) your Web browser (ii) the activities of your computer on this Website and (iii) your activity in connection with our advertisements and other marketing and promotional efforts. Cookies may be used to:

  • 1. Personalize your experience on this Website (e.g., to dynamically generate content on WebPages specifically designed for you);
  • 2. Assist you in using our Online Products (e.g., to save you time by not having to reenter your name upon each visit to this Website); and
  • 3. Allow us to statistically monitor how you are using this Website for purposes of improving our online offerings.

We may also use cookies to conduct marketing and promotional efforts, tailor certain advertisements to your browser that we think may be of interest to you, or to determine the popularity of certain content.

In addition to cookies that we place on your computer, cookies may also be placed on your computer by third parties that we use to display or serve advertisements or to collect AAI to provide advertising-related services. In the course of serving advertisements, our third-party advertiser may place or recognize a unique “cookie” on your browser.

You do not have to accept cookies to use this Website. However, you may not be able to use certain products, offerings, features, or resources of this Website (including our Online Products) if you do not accept cookies. Although most browsers are initially set to accept cookies, you may reset your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie or to reject cookies generally. Most browsers offer instructions on how to do so in the “Help” section of the toolbar.

Action Tags

“Action tags,” also known as web beacons or GIF tags, are a web technology devices used to help track anonymous website usage information, such as how many times a specific page has been viewed. Action tags are invisible to you, and any portion of this Website, including advertisements, or e-mail sent on our behalf, may contain cookies that are associated with action tags that are located on this Website. Unlike cookies, action tags are not placed on your computer.

By using cookies and action tags together, we are able to gain valuable information to improve this Website and our Online Products and measure the effectiveness of our advertising and marketing campaigns. We do not disclose any of your PII to our advertising partners through the use of cookies or action tags.

Finally, please note that advertisers and other third parties may also use their own cookies or action tags when you click on their advertisement or link to their website or service, on or from this Website. This Privacy Policy does not govern the use by such third-party websites or providers of third-party advertising.

Description and purpose

We use cookies to make sure you have the best user experience possible as you browse through our website. Cookies allow the browser to temporally store your data, so you can have a complete navigation between pages. When someone disables cookies, every time they load a page they appear to be new users – this can make the browsing experience uncomfortable (i.e. you would have to type in your login details every time you change pages).

In addition to strictly necessary cookies, we also use analytical cookies, which help us to identify our users and offer them the best experience when browsing our site. They also allow us to track navigation data and analyze it in order to make enhancements to our website. Finally, we use behavioral/advertising cookies to manage ads spots according to the user’s specific profile. The sale of advertising spaces allow us to offer you free useful content.

If the settings on your browser are set to accept cookies we take this, and your continued use of our website, to mean that you accept our cookies policy. If you wish to remove or not use cookies from our site you can switch off your cookies by adjusting your browser settings to stop it from accepting cookies, find out how to do it on About Cookies Website; however, doing so will likely mean that our site will not work as you would expect.

Emails to PULSE

This Privacy Policy does not protect you when you send business information, ideas, concepts or inventions to PULSE by email or when you use our website to request information. We try to answer every email in a timely manner but are not always able to do so. If you want to keep business information, ideas, concepts or inventions private or proprietary, do not send them to PULSE. We may use ideas generated by our user community that are disclosed to us in an unsolicited manner or otherwise without an obligation of confidentiality.

What does this Website do with the information it collects?
What We Do With the Information

As a general matter, we use information (PII and AAI) collected from and/or about our Audiences to improve our products and services so that they are appealing to as many people as possible, to administer and maintain operations of our Website or linked sites, to offer, market and advertise products and services (including those from third parties outside PULSE with whom we do business (hereinafter referred to collectively as our Business Partners”)) to our Audiences, to administer and manage transactions and relationships with our Audiences, to personalize user experiences for our Audiences, and to build a strong community for our Audiences.

Our Own Use of Information

Transactional, Administrative, and Customer Relation Purposes: If you provide information to us in connection with an Identification Activity, we will process and use your information for all purposes related to that activity, including communicating and interacting with you in relation to your activity, for example, when you engage in an Identification Activity (as defined in the definition of PII).Also, if you provide your email address or mailing address to us, we may use such address to send you notices of a transactional, administrative or relationship nature at any time, even if you later opt-out, or as required by law, such as notification of a material change in this Privacy Policy and/or the Terms of Use for our Website or linked sites, notification of an actual or suspected security breach that affects your information stored by or for us, public relations announcements, etc.

Marketing Advertising Purposes

(1) Interest-based advertising on our Website or linked sites: We may use your PII and UAI to provide to you interest-based ads (i.e., ads potentially relevant or tailored to your interests) about products and services of PULSE and/or our Business Partners. For example, we show ads inside and/or alongside the videos you watch on PULSE’s Website. Sometimes, these ads are based on the topics or subject matters of the videos you are watching. However, to make these ads as relevant as possible for you, we may infer your viewing interests based on videos you have previously viewed on PULSE’s Website and may use this information to associate your browser with relevant interest categories and show you ads relevant to your inferred interests. For example, if your prior viewing habits on PULSE’s Website suggest that you are interested in a particular topic (e.g., if you often review items on that topic on PULSE’s Website), you may see more ads related to that topic while on PULSE’s Website.

(2) Email marketing If you provide your email address or mailing address to us (such as by joining one of our mailing lists), we may use such address to send you product and service offers, promotions, and advertisements from us and/or from our Business Partners. See “Opt-Out” below regarding how to opt out of our email marketing.

(3) Telemarketing If you provide your telephone or mobile number to us, we may call you to inform you about product/service offers, promotions, and advertisements from us and/or from our Business Partners. See Opt Out below regarding how to opt out of our telemarketing.

(4) Mobile marketing Subject to your PRIOR OPT IN CONSENT, we may (i) send marketing and advertising messages via SMS (Short Message Service), MMS (Multimedia Message Service), etc., to your mobile device and/or (ii) send marketing and advertising emails to your wireless email account (e.g., XYZ@att.mobile.net), to inform you about product/service offers, promotions, and advertisements from us and/or from our Business Partners. See Opt Out below regarding how to opt out of our mobile marketing (that is, if you wish to opt out of our further use of your information for mobile marketing after you have previously consented to such use).

(5) Market Research Purposes: We may use AAI (including UAI and AAI derived from PII) to conduct market research and analysis for ourselves as well as for our Business Partners.

Disclosure to Third Parties Outside PULSE

(1) Disclosure to our Business Partners We may disclose, sell, and otherwise provide PII, AAI and/or UAI to our Business Partners so that they may market and advertise their products and services directly to our Audiences. See “Opt-Out” below regarding how to opt out of such information sharing.

Please note, however, that we do not knowingly disclose or sell any of the following (if and to the extent collected by us) to our Business Partners for their separate marketing and advertising purposes (except with your prior opt-in consent): credit card number, debit card number, bank account number, and other financial account information; Social Security numbers, or other government-issued identifiers; personal health and medical information; information about personal sexual behavior or orientation; information pertaining to children under the age of 13 at the time of collection; and information indicating the precise real-time geographic location of an individual derived through location-based services such as through GPS-enabled devices (hereinafter referred to collectively as “Sensitive Information”).

In addition, from time to time, we may co-sponsor events and/or product/service offerings with third parties. If you participate in such co-sponsored events or offerings, any PII and UAI we collect from you based on your participation may be shared with our co-sponsors who may use such information for their own marketing and advertising purposes. YOU MUST CONTACT OUR CO-SPONSORS DIRECTLY IN ORDER TO OPT OUT OF THEIR USE OF YOUR INFORMATION FOR MARKETING AND ADVERTISING PURPOSES.

(2) Disclosure to our Service Providers We may disclose PII and UAI to our outside vendors and contractors who need to access such information in order to perform services (including, without limitation, transaction/payment processing, order fulfillment, contest/sweepstakes administration and prize fulfillment, data research and analysis, data collection and processing, data storage, data security, hosting and technical support for our Website or linked sites, and marketing and advertising support) for us (hereinafter referred to collectively as “our Service Providers”). Generally, we require that our Service Providers use your information shared by us solely for the purposes of performing services for us and that they maintain the confidentiality, security and integrity of such information and not further disclose the information to others.

(3) Disclosure under other circumstances We may disclose PII and UAI to others if doing so is required by law or, in our good faith belief, is reasonably necessary to: (1) comply with legal process (including a court order or subpoena); (2) cooperate with law enforcement; (3) enforce this Privacy Policy and/or the Terms of Use for our Website or linked sites; (4) respond to an emergency; or (5) protect the rights, property or safety of PULSE, one or more members of our Audiences, and/or the public.

In addition, we may transfer PII and UAI as part of our assets if we (or parts of our businesses) are, sold or transferred to, merged with, or acquired by, a third party. Upon such transfer, the privacy policy of the acquiring entity may govern the further use of your information.

(4) Unrestricted Disclosure of AAI: Given the anonymous, non-personally identifiable nature of AAI, there are no restrictions under this Privacy Policy on how we may use, disclose, sell, or otherwise share such information. For example, we may freely share AAI with our Business Partners who may use such data for their own marketing, advertising, research, or other business purposes. We may also freely share AAI with our Service Providers in order for them to perform services to us.

Laws and Legal Rights

We may also disclose your information (including PII) if we believe in good faith or on advice of counsel that we are required to do so in order to comply with an applicable statute, regulation, rule or law, a subpoena, a search warrant, a court or regulatory order, or other valid legal process. We may disclose PII in special circumstances when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be violating our Terms and Conditions or to protect the safety or security of our users, this Website or the general public.

Sale of Business

We reserve the right to transfer information to a third party in the event of a sale, merger or other transfer of all or substantially all of the assets of PULSE provided that the third party agrees to adhere to the terms of this Privacy Policy. We will notify users of any such transfer through notice on our site and through email.

We will retain your PII for as long as your account is active or as needed to provide you products or services, and as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements. AAI and UAI (if not personally identifiable) may be retained indefinitely.

You can always contact us in order to (1) update or correct your PII, (2) change your preferences with respect to communications and other information you receive from us, or (3) delete the PII maintained about you on our systems, by accessing My Profile or contacting marketing@pulsecenters.net. Such updates, corrections, changes and deletions will not have an effect on other information that we maintain, or information that we have provided to third-parties in accordance with this Privacy Policy prior to such update, correction, change or deletion.

You should be aware that it is not technologically possible to remove each and every record of the information you have provided to us from our system. The need to back-up our systems to protect information from inadvertent loss means that a copy of your PII may exist in a non-erasable form that will be difficult or impossible for us to locate. Promptly after receiving your request, all PII stored in databases we actively use and other readily searchable media will be updated, corrected, changed or deleted, as appropriate, as soon as reasonably practicable.

Whom do I contact if I have any privacy questions?

If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy or feel that we are not abiding by the terms of our posted Privacy Policy, please contact us at marketing@pulsecenters.net.

Effective Date of Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy became effective as of October 21, 2021 and was last updated in October 2021.

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