Privacy Policy

. August 8, 2014.

Privacy Policy

Retargeting
Current Magazine and its parent company Adams Street Publishing honor the privacy of our readers. We strive to provide a quality product and connect our readers with quality products, services, information, and events.  As you browse Current Magazine, advertising cookies will be placed on your computer so that we can understand what you are interested in. Our display advertising partners, AdRoll and Google, then enables us to present you with retargeting advertising on other sites based on your previous interaction with Current Magazine. The techniques our partners employ do not collect personal information such as your name, email address, postal address, or telephone number.  You can visit this page to opt out of AdRoll’s and their partners’ targeted advertising, or this page to opt out of Google's and their partner's targeted advertising.

Contact Us and Voting Forms
Adams Street Publishing may collect information regarding email address, phone number, or other contact information upon submission or interaction with our online forms including but not limited to our "Contact Us" forms and voting mechanisms.

Website/Visitor Analytics
Adams Street Publishing collects data using Google Analytics to evaluate the effectiveness of our articles and advertising. We track standard web metrics such as new visitors, returning visitors, and pages visited.

Membership / Login
Adams Street Publishing provides customized user experiences for individuals who create system logins to upload/submit community calendar events.

Email Subscriptions
Adams Street Publishing provides email periodic emails to announce new issues, articles, products and services. Email addresses may be stored on our network and/or uploaded to our email service provider (such Constant Contact or MailChimp). Readers receiving emails may unsubscribe via the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email.

Limitations
Adams Street Publishing is solely responsible for the private information collected by visits to our own websites. As an advertisement publisher, we strive to provide a quality experience as visitors leave our sites and visit the website of our advertisers. We are not directly responsible for the landing page, website content, or privacy policy of our advertisers. If you have concerns about an experience you have had with an Adams Street Publishing advertiser, please contact sales@adamsstreetpublishing.com

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