Privacy Policy

Last Updated: August 6, 2020

The Atlantic Reader Council ("we", "our") is operated on behalf of The Atlantic Monthly Group LLC ("The Atlantic") by Ipsos Insight, LLC, commonly known as "Ipsos." Ipsos is a specialist research agency registered in the state of Delaware and part of the Ipsos worldwide group of research companies. Ipsos' full company details are: Ipsos-Insight, LLC, 360 Park Avenue South, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10010.

This Privacy Policy explains how The Atlantic Reader Council (the "Panel") may use personal data we collect from you when you join the Panel, take part in surveys, or use the Panel members' website.

By using our Services, you are accepting the practices described in The Atlantic Reader Council Privacy Policy, including our use of cookies and similar online tools. If you do not agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy, please do not interact with The Atlantic Reader Council. We reserve the right to modify or amend the terms of the Privacy Policy from time to time without notice. Any changes to this Privacy Policy will become effective as of the "last updated" date set forth above. Your continued interaction with The Atlantic Reader Council following the posting of changes to these terms will mean you accept those changes.

The Atlantic Reader Council's Privacy Policy does not govern or apply to information collected or used by The Atlantic or Ipsos through other means, including when you use any of our websites on which a different Privacy Policy is posted.

Ipsos abides by all generally accepted professional industry standards and practices applicable to the advertising and marketing research industry including, without limitation, Insights Association, as such Ipsos abides by the Insights Association Code of Standards and Ethics and the International Code of Marketing and Social Research Practice issued by the ICC and ESOMAR, and other market research associated regulations and guidelines.

You can find further information about Ipsos on its website that can be found here: https://www.ipsos.com

The categories of personal data we may collect about you through your involvement in the Panel include:

  • A - e.g. your name & job title, etc.
  • B - e.g. your age & gender, etc.
  • C - e.g. details about your relationship, status, etc.

Participation in this research is voluntary, and you are free to withdraw your consent at any time, either by not completing this survey or later by contacting us as described under: Who to contact if you have any questions about this Panel or this Privacy Policy?

If you are a resident of California, please see the " Important information for users in California" section of this Privacy Policy.

If you are located in the European Economic Area ("EEA"), United Kingdom ("UK"), or Switzerland, please see the "Users in the EEA, UK, and Switzerland" section of this Privacy Policy.

Our Services are under constant development. This Privacy Policy may therefore be modified and updated on an ongoing basis. Please check back to this page regularly.

Topics:

1. What personal data will Ipsos collect about you?

2. Why we collect personal data from you?

3. How will Ipsos use the personal data you provide?

4. With whom does The Atlantic Reader Council share your information?

5. Does this Panel use Cookies or similar code?

6. Use of digital fingerprinting

7. How long will Ipsos keep the personal data you provide?

8. How does Ipsos ensure your personal data is held securely?

9. Privacy choices

10. Important information for users in California

11. Users in the EEA, UK, and Switzerland

12. Children's privacy

13. Other important information

14. Who to contact if you have any questions about this Panel or this Privacy Policy?

15. Changes to this Privacy Policy

16. Useful links

1. What personal data will Ipsos collect about you?

The categories of personal data we may collect about you through your involvement in the Panel include:

  • Identification Data / Identifiers - e.g. your name, age, date of birth & gender, etc.
  • Contact Data - e.g. your phone number, email address, postal address, etc.
  • Data relating to your financial and economic situation / Commercial Information - e.g. annual income / wages, tax situation, etc.
  • Work Life Data / Professional or Employment-Related Information - e.g. your profession and/or professional background,
  • Education Information - e.g. education, training, awards, etc.
  • Customer Records Information
  • Electronic Connection Data / Internet or Other Electronic Network Activity Information - e.g. details about your computer, IP address, logs (See Paragraph 4 and 5)
  • Geolocation Data
  • Photos and Videos / Audio, Electronic, Visual, Thermal, Olfactory, or Similar Information
  • Special Categories of Personal Data or Sensitive Personal Data / Biometric Information (we will only collect this with your prior explicit consent) - e.g. your race and ethnicity, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data, data concerning health, data concerning sex life or sexual orientation, etc.
  • Characteristics of protected classifications under California or federal law
  • Verbatims
  • Inferences

We collect the personal data you provide by email and in completing our recruitment survey when you decide to join The Atlantic Reader Council. We also collect the personal data you provide when you voluntarily complete any of the surveys, participate in any other Panel activities, email us, or you provide feedback, comments or other personal data on our Panel members' website.

In some instances, concerning our research, we may ask you to provide certain sensitive personal data, for example revealing your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade-union membership or data concerning health or sex life. You do not have to answer these questions and such questions will always include a "prefer not to answer" option. Responses to these questions will remain confidential unless you explicitly and freely consent to your responses to these questions, together with your personal data, being passed to The Atlantic for further in-depth research analysis.

2. Why we collect personal data from you?

We collect personal data in order to be able to conduct market research, which is the primary purpose of why we collect personal data from you. When you join our Panel, we enter into a contract with you, which is subject to this Privacy Policy as well as our Terms and Conditions .

In order to fulfil our obligations to you under this contract and invite you to appropriate surveys, we need to collect, process and profile the personal data requested during the recruitment or which you may subsequently add to your profile on the Panel website, which is processed using automated methods. This personal data is also required in order for us to send you any rewards and be able to contact you concerning any surveys.

We also collect additional personal data from you with your consent, in particular where you respond to any survey invitations we send to you or that you may otherwise voluntarily provide. Your response and participation in any survey is entirely voluntary. There may also be situations, where we seek additional consent or even explicit consent from you, where appropriate or required.

The overall operation and how the Panel works is described in more detail in our Terms and Conditions .

3. How will Ipsos use the personal data you provide?

We will use the personal data you provide to:

  • Fulfil the terms of our contract with you.
  • Provide Panel Services.
  • Learn about The Atlantic's readers.
  • Create aggregate, anonymous, or pseudonymous data.
  • Keep a record of your membership of this Panel.
  • Research, develop, and improve the quality of the Panel.
  • Debug and secure the Panel's Services.
  • Protect our rights, protect others' rights and safety, and prevent fraud.
  • Comply with applicable law.
  • Send you invitations to participate in surveys or other Panel activities that are relevant to you, based on the information you provide or may provide.
  • Send you a SMS message to your mobile phone number containing a verification code, to verify your application and activate your Panelist account.
  • Append your existing personal data to your responses for any surveys that you participate in. This may include personal data such as geographical location or age, which will be appended to your responses for the purpose of analysing the survey responses and producing anonymous, statistical research results.
  • With your explicit consent, which might be sought in a specific survey and limited thereto, to pass your individual survey responses together with your personal data to The Atlantic. The Atlantic will use all of this information only for research purposes which will be explained in the relevant survey.
  • Where you have explicitly consented and prior to your personal data being provided to The Atlantic for this, The Atlantic may also contact you, using the personal data you provided, to invite you to further participate in research they conduct.
  • · To create anonymous, statistical profiles of Panel membership based on the personal data provided by Panel members.
  • · With your consent, to pass your information to other Ipsos Group companies so that they may invite you to participate in research studies they are carrying out and that may be relevant to you.
  • · Send you email newsletters, announcement or other communications.
  • · Where you agree to take part in a product test to arrange for such product to be sent to you.
  • · For points redemption (only if applied) and incentive fulfilment.

As part of our wider research and internet usage research studies, we may also:

  • Send you invitations to participate in research on your smartphone via text message. You can opt-out of this research activity by emailing support@theatlanticreadercouncil.com with the subject line 'No survey invites through text message'.

We may also send your information to our sub-contractors or affiliated companies who carry out some work on our behalf, control and responsibility, for data hosting or as otherwise described in this Privacy Policy. Some of these sub-contractors may be based outside of North America; however, they are required to abide by the same data privacy legal requirements and security arrangements as we ourselves and will be subject to appropriate safeguards.

The Atlantic Reader Council will NEVER use your personal data for any purpose other than for market research or as described in this policy. Other than in relation to this Panel (like participating in further surveys), The Atlantic Reader Council will NOT try to sell you anything, nor use your information for marketing purposes. The Atlantic Reader Council will NOT try to sell you anything, nor use your personal data for marketing or advertising purposes. Nor will The Atlantic Reader Council ever pass your personal data to third parties for marketing or advertising purposes.

Access to your personal data will be limited to only those Ipsos staff involved in this Panel, or who need access to support the systems used for this Panel, such as the online survey and research data analysis systems or Panel portal. This may include staff in:

  • Other Ipsos Group companies involved in this research, some of which may be in other countries.
  • We may also share your personal data with our subsidiaries and affiliates and with service providers who perform services for us. We do not authorize our service providers to use or disclose any information, including personal data, except as necessary, to perform services on our behalf or to comply with legal requirements.

We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that any personal data we process is accurate, adequate, relevant and not excessive, given the purpose for which it was obtained. We will not process personal data obtained for one purpose for any unconnected purpose unless you have provided explicit consent for this.

In certain very specific cases, such as after you agree to take part in a product test or when you place an order to redeem prizes or awards, if applicable, in order to process the delivery of such item, Ipsos may forward your personal data or survey answers to another market research institute or supplier, as applicable, and may forward your personal data to The Atlantic.

For more information about our Panel, Panel membership or information related to your membership of our Panels, please contact our Panel Support Team at support@theatlanticreadercouncil.com .

4. With whom does The Atlantic Reader Council share your information?

As described below, our information-sharing practices vary based on the type of information and the type of recipient.

Affiliates

We may share your personal information with corporate parents, subsidiaries, and affiliates associated with The Atlantic and Ipsos, for purposes consistent with this Privacy Policy.

Third-Party Service Providers . Third party agents and vendors perform functions on our behalf. These entities may have access to personal information if needed to perform their functions. If such access is required, the third parties will be obligated to maintain the confidentiality and security of that personal information. They may not sell your data we provide them, and they are restricted from using, distributing, or altering this data in any way other than to provide the requested services to the Panel.

Business Transferees . We may sell, transfer, or otherwise share some or all of your personal information in connection with or during negotiation of any merger, financing, acquisition or dissolution, transaction or proceeding involving sale, transfer, divestiture, or disclosure of all or a portion of our business or assets, or in the event of an insolvency, bankruptcy, or receivership.

Law Enforcement, Legal Process, and Emergency Situations . In some cases, we may use or disclose your personal information to a third party if we are required to do so by law or if we in good faith believe that such action is necessary to comply with the law or legal process; to protect and defend our rights or to prevent misuse of our Services; or to protect the personal safety of our employees, agents, partners, the users of the Services, or the public.

Professional Advisors. We may disclose your personal information to professional advisors, such as lawyers, bankers, auditors, and insurers, where necessary in the course of the professional services that they render to us.

For Compliance, Fraud Prevention and Safety . We may share your personal information for the compliance, fraud prevention and safety purposes.

With Your Consent or At Your Direction . In addition to the sharing described in this Privacy Policy, we may share your information with third parties whenever you consent to or direct such sharing.

5. Does this Panel use Cookies or similar code?

Yes, the Panel online surveys and Panel website do use 'cookies'. These are small files stored on your computer. These files are only used where necessary for the survey or portal to work properly. Specifically, in respect of cookies, further details of what cookies are can be found by visiting www.aboutcookies.org .

By joining our Panel and taking part in our online research, you agree to our use of cookies and similar technologies ("Cookies") and the collection of information from your PC/Laptop or other computing device you may use whilst taking part in our online research activities as outlined below.

We also automatically capture information about your operating system, display settings and browser type in order to ensure that the survey questionnaire is delivered in a form suited to the software your computer is using. If you participate in the Community using a mobile device (e.g. tablet or smartphone), we also capture the type and brand (e.g. iPhone). We do not capture any other information from your computer, nor do we track or collect information outside of your participation in the Panel. We do not link this automatically-collected data to any other information that we collect about users.

Essential Cookies

The essential cookies used in connection with this Panel are as follows:

Site/Domain/Host

Cookie Name

Purpose of cookie

Domain name: TheAtlanticReaderCouncil.com

efs-<ID>-session

This cookie captures the Panelist's session ID. A session ID is a unique number that a Web site's server assigns a specific user for the duration of that user's visit (session).

efs-<ID>-session-cookiePolicy

This cookie requires Panelists to give their consent to the website to store or retrieve any information on a computer, smartphone or tablet. It is an additional cookie that requires Panelists to agree to our cookie policy, that only has a timestamp in it.

csite

This cookie contains the activated country version of the Panel as an abbreviation (used by GeoIP). This saves the language ID of the Panel website the Panelist has visited. Based on the ID saved here, the Panelist is redirected to the corresponding website language version.

Panel-session

This saves the Panel session of the Panelist.

Imperium

RVIDExtId

These cookies are used to store the unique codes produced using digital fingerprinting. This is used as part of our systems to uniquely identify online survey participants and for essential quality control purposes. Please see the "Digital Fingerprinting" information below for more information.

RIDC

RIDSCR

$supplier-$Panelist

BCSI-CS-3c406c8752813e90

RIDFPF

RID2

ISIStest

It is possible for you to delete 'cookies' or to prevent their use by adjusting the browser settings on your computer. However, if you do prevent our online surveys and Panelists' website from using cookies, our surveys and Panelists' website will not work properly, and you will not be able to participate in this Panel.

Convenience Cookies

These cookies provide information regarding site usage and site preferences, providing you with a better user experience. You will be prompted to accept the usage of these cookies from your browser when entering the site. These cookies are not essential for survey participation.

Site/Domain/Host

Cookie Name

Purpose of cookie

Other suppliers' domain

Suppliers own cookies

These pixels are inserted on registration form, usually on the conversion rate point, when suppliers are payed. It's a double check for the suppliers and their partners on the number of respondents recruited. The code can be written in php/asp or javascript but not all the pixels use cookies (some supplier might, others will not). We don't know which suppliers do or do not use cookies.


Special Cookies

In addition to our use of cookies, our online surveys automatically capture information about your IP Address, operating system, screen display settings, browser type, use of Flash and Java and to detect whether your computer has a webcam. We use this information to:

  • ensure that the survey is delivered in a form suited to the software your computer is using.
  • assist in providing support to you, should you have difficulty accessing or completing a survey.
  • anonymized information is also used for research purposes, for example to determine the percentage of our Panelists in a specific country who use a certain type of browser.

6. Use of digital fingerprinting:

We may use digital fingerprint technology, also known as "Machine Identification" or "digital fingerprint", to gather certain information about your computer hardware and software, for example, IP address, monitor display settings, type of browser used, the operating system of your computer, etc. This information is sent to our trusted provider who converts it into a unique serial number - the digital "fingerprint" - and determines if it matches previous fingerprints. The data collected in this process and the digital fingerprint created is not tied to any of your personal data, but is stored separately on secured servers and only used for our legitimate interests of quality control, fraud prevention, preventing members from completing any survey more than once and for other online research quality purposes.

7. How long will Ipsos keep the personal data you provide?

How long we may retain personal data about you will depend upon the purposes for which the personal data was collected, whether you have requested the deletion of your personal data, and whether any legal obligations require the retention of your personal data (for example, tax and accounting purposes). We generally will not retain personal data any longer than is necessary to fulfil the purpose(s), which the personal data was collected. (Only if applied) If you earned points, we will retain personal data about you and the points earned for a period of (1) one year beyond the end of your membership in order to fulfil any reward. Once you redeem your points for a reward, we will retain the personal data specifically required for reward fulfilment for a period of two (2) years.

8. How does Ipsos ensure your personal data is held securely?

The security of your personal information is important to us. We employ a number of organizational, technical and physical safeguards designed to protect the personal information we collect. However, security risk is inherent in all internet and information technologies and we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information. You need to help protect the privacy of your own information. You must take precautions to protect the security of any personal information that you may transmit over any home networks, wireless routers, wireless (WiFi) networks or similar devices by using encryption and other techniques to prevent unauthorized persons from intercepting or receiving any of your personal information. You are responsible for the security of your information when using unencrypted, open access or otherwise unsecured networks.

9. Privacy choices:

There are a number of ways to opt out of having your online activity and device data collected by third parties, which we have summarized below. We hope you find this information to be a helpful reference.

Blocking Cookies in Your Browser. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but also usually allow you to modify your settings to disable or reject cookies, including cookies for interest-based advertising. If you delete your cookies or if you set your web browser to decline cookies, however, some features of the Services may not work or may not work as designed. You can usually find these settings in the Options or Preferences menu of your browser; links to instructions provided by several of the most common browsers are below. You can also learn more at www.allaboutcookies.org.

Using Privacy Plug-ins or Browsers . You can block our websites from setting cookies used for interest-based ads by using a browser with privacy features, likeBrave, or installing browser plugins like Privacy Badger, Ghostery or uBlock Origin , and configuring them to block third party cookies/trackers.

Do Not Track. Some Internet browsers may be configured to send "Do Not Track" signals to the online services that you visit. We currently do not respond to "Do Not Track" or similar signals. To find out more about "Do Not Track," please visit http://www.allaboutdnt.com.

10. Important information for users in California:

This section applies only to California residents. It describes how we collect, use and share Personal Information of California residents in operating our business, and their rights with respect to that Personal Information . For purposes of this section, "Personal Information" has the meaning given in the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ("CCPA") but does not include information exempted from the scope of the CCPA.

How We Collect, Use, and Share your Personal Information . We disclose the statutory categories of Personal Information that we collect within the section of this Privacy Policy titled "What personal data will Ipsos collect about you?". We have not sold your Personal Information in the preceding 12 months (as "sale" is defined by the CCPA).

The sources from which we collect information include our Panel participants and website visitors, including information provided directly from them to us as well as technical information we automatically collect from their devices. The business and commercial purposes for which we collect this information are described in the sections of this Privacy Policy titled "Why we collect personal data from you?" and "How will Ipsos use the personal data you provide?". The categories of third parties to whom we "disclose" the information for a business purpose are described in the section of this Privacy Policy titled "With whom does The Atlantic Reader Council share your information?".

Your California Privacy Rights . As a California resident, you have the rights listed below. However, these rights are not absolute, and in certain cases we may decline your request as permitted by law.

  • Information . You can request the following information about how we have collected, used, disclosed, and "sold" your Personal Information during the past 12 months:

o The categories of Personal Information that we have collected and used.

o The categories of sources from which we collected Personal Information.

o The business or commercial purpose for collecting and/or selling Personal Information.

o The categories of third parties with whom we share Personal Information.

o Whether we have disclosed your Personal Information for a business purpose, and if so, the categories of Personal Information received by each category of third party recipient.

o Whether we've sold your Personal Information, and if so, the categories of Personal Information received by each category of third party recipient.

  • Access . You can request a copy of the Personal Information that we have collected about you during the past 12 months.
  • Deletion . You can ask us to delete the Personal Information that we have collected from you.
  • Opt-out of sales . The Atlantic Reader Council has not sold your Personal Information in the preceding 12 months (as "sale" is defined by the CCPA). For the purposes of California's "Shine the Light" law, The Atlantic Reader Council further notes that we do not share your Personal Information with third parties for their direct marketing purposes.
  • Opt-in. If we know that you are younger than 16 years old, we will ask for your permission (or if you are younger than 13 years old, your parent's or guardian's permission) to sell your Personal Information before we do so.
  • Nondiscrimination . You are entitled to exercise the rights described above free from discrimination. This means that we will not penalize you for exercising your rights by taking actions such as denying you services; increasing the price/rate of services; decreasing service quality; or suggesting that we may penalize you as described above for exercising your rights.

How to Exercise your California Rights . California residents may exercise the California privacy rights described above as follows:

  • Rights to information, access, and deletion . To request to exercise your information, access or deletion rights:

o Email: support@theatlanticreadercouncil.com

o Call us toll free: (833) 931-1523

  • Identity verification for CCPA rights to information, access, and deletion.

o We reserve the right to confirm your California residence to process your requests and will need to confirm your identity to process your requests to exercise your CCPA rights.

o Following California law, we take reasonable precautions to verify the identities of those California residents submitting requests to delete or access Personal Information, or to learn more about how their Personal Information is processed. For requests to access specific pieces of Personal Information, we verify the requester's identity by having them first complete a notarized affidavit affirming their identity and California residency. When a notarized affidavit cannot be obtained, we may request alternate forms of identification, such as by authenticating one's identity through their account on our site or, only when necessary and only as permissible under applicable law, by providing a copy of a government identification card.

o For CCPA deletion requests and requests to learn more about how their Personal Information is processed, we verify the requester's identity by asking them to confirm their request by email.

o We cannot process your request if you do not provide us with sufficient detail to allow us to verify your identity, understand the nature of the request, and respond to it.

Authorized Agents. California residents can empower an "authorized agent" to submit CCPA requests on their behalf through the same means outlined above through which a California resident may file a request - by emailing us at support@theatlanticreadercouncil.com , or by calling our toll free number. Unless the California resident has provided the authorized agent power of attorney, we will also require the following before processing a request submitted via an authorized agent:

· Signed authorization from the California resident permitting the authorized agent to submit CCPA requests on their behalf;

· Proof of the California resident's identity sufficient to satisfy our respective verification protocols that otherwise apply to CCPA requests to delete Personal Information, access Personal Information, learn more about how Personal Information is processed, or to opt out of the "sale" of Personal Information; and

· Direct confirmation sent from the consumer to us (without the authorized agent as an intermediary) affirming that the agent is authorized to act on their behalf.

11. Users in the EEA, UK, and Switzerland

If you are located in the EEA, UK, or Switzerland, the following information applies with respect to personal data collected through your use of our Services.

Purposes of processing and legal basis for processing : We process personal data consistent with our disclosures in this Privacy Policy. We process personal data on the following legal bases: (1) with your consent; (2) as necessary to perform our agreement to provide Services; and (3) as necessary for our legitimate interests in providing the Services where those interests do not override your fundamental rights and freedoms related to data privacy.

Transfers : Personal data we collect may be transferred to, and stored and processed in, the United States or any other country in which we or our affiliates or processors maintain facilities. We are no longer participating in the Privacy Shield, but we will ensure that transfers of personal data to a third country or an international organization are subject to appropriate safeguards.

Your Rights : You are entitled to the rights under Chapter III of the EU General Data Protection Regulation, applicable UK data protection law, or Section 2 of the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection with respect to the processing of your personal data, which include the right to access and rectify and to request erasure of personal data. To exercise these rights, contact support@theatlanticreadercouncil.com and provide as complete a description of your request as possible.

12. Children's privacy:

The Services are not intended for children under 13 years of age. With respect to children we know to be located in the EEA, UK, or Switzerland who we also know to be under 16 years of age, and with respect to any child we know to under 13 years of age, we do not knowingly collect information from such children and we do not target the Services to such children. If you are under 13 years of age, or if you are under 16 years of age and are located in the EEA, UK, or Switzerland, do not provide personal information to The Atlantic Reader Council without providing us with consent from your parents. If we discover that any child under the age of 13 or a child from the EEA, UK, or Switzerland under the age of 16 has provided us with personal information and we do not have parental consent, we will delete that child's information as soon as reasonably practicable. If you believe that we have been provided with the personal information of a child from the EEA, UK, or Switzerland under the age of 16 without parental consent, or have been provided with the personal information of any child under the age of 13 without parental consent, please notify us immediately at support@theatlanticreadercouncil.com .

13. Other important information:

Emails and Newsletters . You may always opt-out of receiving future e-mail marketing messages and newsletters from The Atlantic Reader Counsel by following the instructions contained within the emails and newsletters, or by e-mailing, calling or writing us through the means specified in the section of this Privacy Policy titled "Who to contact if you have any questions about this Panel or this Privacy Policy?".

Contests, Sweepstakes or Games. When we run a contest, sweepstakes, or game relating to the Services, it will be accompanied by a set of rules. The rules for each contest, sweepstakes or game will specify how the information gathered from you for entry will be used and disclosed if it is different than as described in this Privacy Policy. In conjunction with your entry in such contest or sweepstakes, personal information will be collected only if you voluntarily submit it.

14. Who to contact if you have any questions about this Panel or this Privacy Policy?

If you have any questions about this Panel or how your personal data will be used, please contact the study team. They can be contacted by email sent to support@theatlanticreadercouncil.com .

Or by letter sent to The Atlantic Reader Council Team

Ipsos Insight, LLC

360 Park Ave. S., FL 17

New York, NY 10010

United States

If you have any questions or require further information this Privacy Policy, Ipsos' compliance with data protection laws or information we may hold about you, please contact Ipsos' Data Protection Department. They can be contacted by email sent to dpo.usa@ipsos.com with "The Atlantic Reader Council Team" as the subject line.

Ipsos Insight, LLC

Attn: US Data Protection Officer

360 Park Ave. S., FL 17

New York, NY 10010

United States

Please list your email address used for The Atlantic Reader Council in your email or letter.

15. Changes to this Privacy Policy:

We keep this Privacy Policy under regular review and we will place any updates on this webpage. We will also inform you of any changes via email or when you log-on after any change.

16. Useful links:

Ipsos Group: www.ipsos.com

Insights Association: www.InsightsAssociation.org

ESOMAR: www.esomar.org