Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Last updated on March 18, 2019

This Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use, and protect your information, including personally identifiable information, when you visit or provide information to us to access resources or establish an account. Personally identifiable information is a term used in United States privacy law to label information that may be used on its own, or with other information, to identify an individual or determine their location.

For the terms that apply to your use of the website and our products and services generally, see our Terms of Use.

Our Promise to You

We will always handle your information in an honest and transparent way. We are committed to complying with all applicable laws, including laws related to privacy, collecting info, online security, and marketing to minors.

Information We Collect

We collect information on your use of the website, including how you arrive at the website, move around it, and make use of it generally. We may use cookies and other tracking technologies to help us collect this information.

We also collect information that you actively disclose to us by email, phone, or completing a form on this website. This information may include your legal name, email address, phone number, home address, billing address, company name, areas of interest, and credit card details. Some of this information is personally identifiable information.

How We Use the Information We Collect

We use your information to improve our digital marketing, to tailor the information and services we offer to meet your needs and interests, to contact you (at your request or to send you information we think you may find useful), and for other legitimate business reasons.

How We Protect Your Information

We are committed to maintaining the privacy of your information, especially your personally identifiable information, and take active steps to secure that information while it is in our control, including by storing it in databases we believe are appropriately secure for the type of information we are holding and context in which we hold it.

Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies

Cookies are small files that help track a visitor’s activity on a website. We may use cookies to help us understand your needs and preferences.

Most internet browsers automatically accept cookies, although you can usually modify your internet browser setting to decline the use of cookies. Go to your browser’s Help section for instructions. If you disable cookies when using this website, it may disable some of the features that are intended to make your experience on efficient.

Some internet browsers offer “Do Not Track” features. If you turn these on, your browser will send a signal to the websites you visit to inform them that you do not want to be tracked. The website does not respond to these signals because we have not yet invested our scarce resources in understanding and implementing technology to respond to these signals.

Fair Information Practices Principles

The Fair Information Practices Principles are the basis of privacy law in the United States. These principles have contributed greatly to the development of data protection laws around the world.

Per the Fair Information Practices Principles, we will notify you by email within five business days if we experience a data breach. We also agree to the Individual Redress Principle, which gives you a right to pursue legally enforceable rights against data collectors and processors who do not comply with the law.

Disclosing Information to Third Parties

We will not rent or sell your name, address, email address, or other information, including other personally identifiable information.

We may occasionally tell you about products and services offered by third parties if we believe they may be of interest to you. If we do so, we will contact you with those offers.

We use certain third party service providers to process and manage your information, including your personally identifiable information. These service providers include our email service provider (currently HubSpot). We select our services providers carefully because we respect your information and know they play a valuable role in handling it. However, these service providers are third-party providers that we do not control.

Third-Party Websites and Services

The website may feature information, products, and services from third-party providers. At times, we may offer a link to the website of a third party. Third parties will handle your information pursuant to their separate privacy policies. We encourage you to carefully review and understand these other privacy policies. We are not responsible for how third parties handle your information, including if they misuse it or suffer a data breach.


The CAN-SPAM Act sets out rules for commercial email, gives recipients the right to stop publishers and marketers from sending emails to them, and authorizes tough penalties for violations. We comply with all requirements of the CAN-SPAM Act.

How to Unsubscribe from our Mailing List

If you would like to stop receiving future emails from us, email us at We will promptly remove you from all correspondence other than if we are required by law to contact you for some reason.

California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA)

CalOPPA requires that commercial websites maintain a privacy policy that offers consumers a choice over how their personally identifiable information is used. CalOPPA requires privacy policies to be conspicuously posted.

We have taken the following steps to comply with CalOPPA:

  • Our Privacy Policy link includes the word “Privacy” and can easily be found from the homepage of
  • Visitors may visit anonymously
  • You can know of any changes to this Privacy Policy by visiting this page and reviewing this Privacy Policy, including the most recently revised date at the top of this page
  • You may email us with changes to your information by sending an email to Keep in mind that email may not be secure.

If you are a California resident and wish to exercise your third-party information disclosure choices, send us a request to Alternatively, you may contact us via regular mail at:

c/o Braaten Woods, LLC
7500 Rialto Boulevard
Building 1; Suite 250
Austin, TX 78735

Be certain to include all requested information and properly label your notice when mailing it. We are not responsible for communications we never receive.

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents control over the collection of personally identifiable information from their children who are under age 13. COPPA contains rules that operators of websites and online services must follow to protect children’s privacy and safety online.

We do not market to people under the 18 years old. If you are under the age of 18, do not use the website at all.

Changes to This Privacy Policy

We may change this Privacy Policy at any time, in which case we will update this page, including the date of the most recent change at the top of this page. Check back periodically to see if we have made changes and to confirm you agree with any changes we make.

Changes we make to this Privacy Policy will not impact information we collected prior to the changes. However, changes will apply to all information we collect going forward. By continuing to use the website or otherwise engage with us or use our products or services after we change this Privacy Policy, you are agreeing to all changes.


For more information about this Privacy Policy or our business practices generally, contact us at:

By regular mail:

c/o Braaten Woods
7500 Rialto Boulevard
Building 1; Suite 250
Austin, TX 78735

By e-mail:

Thank you for trusting us to handle your information with care. We will continually strive to meet your expectations of us and fulfill our promises to you.