The World Table PBC (“us,” “we,” “our”) has published this statement to inform users about how we collect, use, and protect the personal information you provide.
What makes The World Table different?
By creating a “marketplace” for credibility and character that incentivizes good behavior, The World Table Commenting System provides a safe space for real people to have real and sometimes difficult conversations. Ultimately, our purpose is to help our users identify, develop, and benefit from trustworthy relationships.
What information will we collect?
We collect only information you share with us or you give us permission to obtain. This includes the personal information you provide in your account and profile, the ratings you receive and the ratings you give, comments you’ve made, and anything you add in your profile. We may at times collect information about the kinds of topics that interest you so we can provide a better experience for you and others at The World Table.
Like most websites and online services, The world Table also may use third parties to collect technical information about how you use The World Table. These analytics will be used internally to help us better serve our customers.
The World Table will NOT:
- Share personally identifiable information to third parties without your permission.
- Access any of your private data without your permission
How will we use and share your information?
When provided, your email address may be shared only with the website publisher where you initially create your World Table account. We may also use your information to suggest articles and topics you may find interesting. Some of the information you share with The World Table will be public; e.g., your comments, how you rate others, and how others rate you will be visible to readers of sites where The World Table Commenting System is used. Privacy settings can be changed in the Profile section of your account.
We will be continually improving user experience and safety. We will update this Policy as needed. When substantial changes are made, members will be notified as required by law.