Protection of Personal Information
This policy covers how Money Blitz Television treats personal information that Money Blitz Television collects and receives, including information related to your past use of Money Blitz Television products and services. Personal information is information about you that is personally identifiable like your name, address, email address, or phone number, and that is not otherwise publicly available. This policy does not apply to the practices of companies that Money Blitz Television does not own or control, or to people that Money Blitz Television does not employ or manage.
Information Collection and Use for Money Blitz Television collects personal information. When you register with Money Blitz Television when you use Money Blitz Television products or services, when you visit Money Blitz Television pages or the pages of certain Money Blitz Television partners. Money Blitz Television may combine information about you that we have with information we obtain from business partners or other companies.
*When you register we may ask for information such as your name, email address, birth date, gender, zip code, occupation, industry, and personal interests. Once you register with Money Blitz Television and sign-in to our services, you are not anonymous to us.
*Money Blitz Television collects information about your transactions with us and with some of our business partners. Money Blitz Television may also ask you for credit card information to process your transactions with us, or to verify your identity or age.
*Money Blitz Television automatically receives and records information on our server logs from your browser, including your IP address, Money Blitz Television cookie information, and the page/s and products you request.
*Money Blitz Television uses information for the following general purposes: to customize the advertising and content you see, fulfill your requests for products and services, improve our services, contact you, conduct research, and provide anonymous reporting for internal and external clients.
Confidentiality and Security at Money Blitz Television Protection
After you decide to fund an account you will be directed to the credit card page. Our secure server supports all credit cards. We have a Secure Security Socket Layer (SSL Certificate) for our credit card page. We limit access to personal information about you to employees who we believe reasonably need to come into contact with that information to provide products or services to you or in order to do their jobs. We have physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that protect personal information about you.
Information Sharing and Disclosure
Money Blitz Television does not rent, sell, or share personal information about you with other people or nonaffiliated companies except to provide products or services you have requested, when we have your permission, or under the following circumstances:
*We provide the information to trusted partners who work on behalf of or with Money Blitz Television under confidentiality agreements. These companies may use your personal information to help Money Blitz Television communicate with you about offers from Money Blitz Television and our marketing partners. However, unless you have granted permission, these companies do not have any independent right to share this information.
*We respond to subpoenas, court orders, or legal process, or to establish or exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims;
*We believe it is necessary to share information in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of Money Blitz Television Terms and Conditions of Use, or as otherwise required by law.
*Money Blitz Television works with vendors, partners, advertisers, and other service providers. In order to bring you the products and services you have requested, we may share your personal information with them. We will not authorize these service providers to share your information other than as necessary to provide the services you have requested or beyond the extent to which you have granted us permission to do so.
*Money Blitz Television may display targeted advertisements based on personal information.
Cookies, Web Beacons, and Shared Objects
Web beacons, also known as clear GIFs or single-pixel GIFs, are small image files that we may place on Web pages and within certain email. Working in conjunction with cookies, Web beacons allow us to accurately count the number of unique users who have visited a specific page and the number of times those pages are displayed. We can also use Web beacons to let us know how many people opened certain types of email. This information is only collected in aggregate form and will not be linked to your personally identifiable information. Keep in mind that any image file on a Web page can act as a Web beacon. Third-party advertisers may use Web beacons in their advertisements.
Shared Objects are used to store data on your computer in much the same way that data is stored in a cookie created through a web browser. Various uses of Shared Objects include remembering a user's favorite color, or the last frame of a movie watched. The data can only be read by movies originating from the same domain that created the Shared Object. Shared Objects can not remember a user's e-mail address or other personal information unless they willingly provide such information.
Without cookies, Web beacons, and Shared Objects, it would be difficult for us to know which services have a larger audience than others, or to offer you all the services and functionality that we do. Tracking audience size helps us to better understand when to launch new services and enhance the current offerings.
Money Blitz Television lets other companies that show advertisements on some of our pages or offer you products and services in connection with the Money Blitz Television Service set and access their cookies on your computer. Other companies' use of their cookies is subject to their own privacy policies, not this one. Advertisers or other companies do not have access to Money Blitz Television cookies.
We use a third-party ad serving technology to help us deliver ads with some of the videos you watch. This technology may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visit to the website where you selected the video in order to identify and display advertisements that may be of interest to you. In the course of serving these advertisements, a unique cookie may be placed or recognized on your browser.
Money Blitz Television may update this policy. We will notify you about significant changes in the way we treat personal information by sending a notice to the primary email address specified in your Money Blitz Television account or by placing a prominent notice on our site.
If you have questions or suggestions, you can contact us at:
Counsel Daniel / Williams Attorney At Law
405 Main Street Suite 700
Houston, Texas 77002
Phone Numbers: 1-877-229-9997 or 713-229-9997
Fax Numbers: 713-229-8444 or 225-298-1303
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P.O. Box 7563 Beverly Hills, California 90212
COPYRIGHT NOTICE & FAQ.
The following is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer.
What is copyright?
Copyright law protects original works, such as websites, books, music, paintings, photos and video. A work is "original" if it contains some elements you created and did not borrow from others.. Typically, when you create an original work, you own the copyright. As the copyright owner, you can control how others use your work. For example, if you write a movie script, you have the right to, and can prevent others from, copying your script, sharing it with others ("distributing it"), making a movie or book from your script (a "derivative work"), or publicly performing your script as a play or movie. You also have the ability to sell or give away these rights. In other words, you could sell the right to make a movie based on your script to a movie studio.
If you use someone else's copyrighted materials without permission, that use generally violates the copyright owner's exclusive rights, and is copyright infringement. So if you create a new work and include parts of other people's works in it (such as an existing photo, lengthy quotes from a book or a loop from a song), you must own or have permission to use the elements you borrow. For example, if your script is based on an existing popular series, you should obtain permission to use the elements you borrow from the series.
Copyright law is different from the law of personal property. If you buy a physical object, such as a movie on DVD, you own the physical object. You do not, however, obtain ownership of the "copyrights" (the rights to make copies, distribute, make derivatives and publicly perform or display) in the content of the movie. The fact that you have obtained physical possession of a DVD does not automatically grant you the right to copy or share it.
If you make your own movie, it may include many copyrighted works in it. So, if you decide to make a movie based on your script, you must either create all elements of it on your own, or have permission to use the elements you borrow. Especially keep in mind that photos or artwork hanging on the walls of your sets and music on the soundtrack (even if you own the CD or MP3) may be copyrighted. You should not include copyrighted works such as these in your movie without authorization.
A few other things to keep in mind are:
1. Just because a work does not include a copyright notice does not mean the work is in the public domain. Copyright notices are generally not required for works to be protected by copyright.
Isn't it in the public domain?
Just because a work is freely available, does not mean it is in the "public domain." Copyright is for a limited term; it does not last forever. In the copyright context, "public domain" means the copyright term has expired. Once a work is in the public domain, it may be freely used without permission from the copyright owner.
Determining the term of copyright can be complex, particularly because copyright laws vary from country to country. Also, even if the copyright on a work has expired, you should be careful about how you use a public domain work. For example, a book may be in the public domain, but it might not be ok to scan the book cover to cover and post it on the internet. This is because the particular version of the book may contain new copyrightable material that is not in the public domain, such as cover art or footnotes.
What about fair use?
In limited situations, you can use copyrighted works without permission from the copyright holder. It can be difficult to figure out whether use of copyrighted works without permission is legal, though, because the laws in this area are often vague and vary from country to country.
The copyright law in the United States has a doctrine called "fair use". Fair use provides a defense to copyright infringement in some circumstances. For example, fair use allows documentary filmmakers to use very short clips of copyrighted movies, music and news footage without permission from the copyright owner. Fair use is a difficult concept because determining whether something is a fair use involves weighing four factors. Unfortunately, weighing the fair use factors rarely results in a clear-cut answer.
Rather than applying a fair use test, many other countries have specific exceptions to copyright infringement. The number and type of exceptions vary by country, but they frequently allow copyrighted materials to be used without permission from the copyright holder for activities such as nonprofit research, teaching, news reporting, or private study.
If you incorrectly decide that something is a fair use or falls into an exception to copyright infringement, you could be held criminally and civilly liable and have to pay damages. We suggest you talk to a lawyer if you have questions regarding fair uses of copyrighted works.
What happens if you upload copyrighted materials to one of our websites without permission?
By law, we are required to take down videos, music, photographs or other content you upload onto a website hosted by Money Blitz Television (if we learn that it infringes someone else's copyright).. If you believe that we have mistakenly taken down content you uploaded that you own or have permission to upload, you can also let us know that. Finally, if you upload infringing content repeatedly, we will terminate your account and you could face criminal and civil penalties. So please, respect other people's copyrights.
What if my stuff is on a Money Blitz Television website without my permission?
If you believe that anything on a website hosted by Money Blitz Television infringes your copyright, let us know. Just provide us with the information requested and we will see that your copyrighted works are taken down.
I want to share my content, but...
Many of our websites and services allow you to share content you create, such as video, music and photographs. Though there is no way for us to ensure that your content will not be misused when you share it online, you may consider making it available under a Creative Commons License.
Creative Commons License.
Creative Commons licenses are a simple way for you to let people know what uses they can make of your creative works and under what conditions. Creative Commons licenses are customizable based on your preferences and are automatically generated through the use of an online form. The form includes questions such as whether your work may be used only for non-commercial purposes and whether the work may be modified. As such, a variety of licenses are possible. For example, an "attribution only" license allows others to make any use of your work as long as they indicate that you are the copyright holder. Creative Commons is continually developing new licenses tailored to needs identified by creative people like you. To learn more about Creative Commons, or to prepare a Creative Commons license, visit their website (http://creativecommons.org/).
Daniel / Williams Attorney At Law
405 Main Street Suite 700
Houston, Texas 77002
Phone Numbers: 1-877-229-9997 or 713-229-9997
Fax Numbers: 713-229-8444 or 225-298-1303