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Privacy Policy

Effective as of February 15, 2024

See related: Terms of Use

WOW! We are so excited that you are exploring our website to find out all of the neat things we are doing at Tinkercast to create content that inspires families to look at the WOW in the world around them. We want to make your visit with us as fun and safe as possible and need to go through a few rules and set a few boundaries for using our website, applications and other tools that we may make available. Here we go!


  1. Introduction
  2. Personal Information We Collect
  3. Children’s Privacy
  4. When Services Are Used by Schools
  5. How We Use the Personal Information We Collect
  6. How We Disclose Personal Information
  7. Tracking Technologies
  8. Privacy Rights and Choices
  9. Notice of Nevada Privacy Rights
  10. Submitting Privacy Rights Requests (Where Eligible)
  11. Security
  12. Links to Third-Party Sites
  13. International User Notice
  14. Changes to Privacy Policy
  15. How to Contact Us

1. Introduction. Your privacy is important to Tinkercast, LLC (“Tinkercast,” “we,” “us,” “our”). This Privacy Policy applies to all Users (“you,” “your,” “teachers,” “Schools”) who use our website (“Website”) and any other websites, applications, platforms, or services  that Tinkercast may make available on mobile devices or other platforms on the Internet or otherwise (including on email, voicemail, social media, and other third-party platforms) (collectively referred to as the “Services”).

This Privacy Policy describes the personal information that we collect or allow others to collect. This personal information may be collected from you, your computer, devices used to access the Services, email newsletters, podcast subscription services, marketing messages, benefits provided by us on behalf of or in collaboration with a third-party partner, digital platforms, or other services provided by us that link to or refer to this Privacy Policy. This policy also explains how personal information may be used and shared and the choices you have to limit certain uses or sharing of that information.

This Privacy Policy applies only to the Services and is separate and distinct from the privacy policies governing the websites, applications and services of third parties that may link to or be linked from the Services.

By using, registering for, purchasing a membership, or otherwise accessing our content or services, you agree to this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use and give your express consent (or “opt in”) to the collection, use, sharing and processing of your personal information in accordance with this policy. If you do not agree with the provisions of this policy, you may not use or access the Services, so please do not use, register for or access any of the Services, or provide personal information. You cannot opt out of this Privacy Policy nor have it removed once you use the Services.

Tinkercast may modify, add, or delete portions of this Privacy Policy from time to time in its sole discretion. Any changes to this Privacy Policy will be posted to this page, with an updated Effective Date noted. You are responsible for reviewing this Privacy Policy for any changes before using, registering for or accessing our Services. Your continued use of the Services constitutes your consent to and acceptance of the Privacy Policy in effect at the time of such use.

If you have questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us.

2. Personal Information We Collect

  1. Information That You Provide. Tinkercast and the service providers who provide support for the internal operations of our Services and only use your data on our behalf, may collect personal information about you, your family, or your friends that you voluntarily provide when engaging with our Services. For example, when you use our Services to:
    • Register for an account, Tinkercast podcast subscription, purchase a membership, or sign up for our newsletter.
    • Listen to our podcasts.
    • Register for an event or any contest we sponsor.
    • Contact us with a message.
    • Participate in a survey.
    • Purchase merchandise from our shop.
    • Email, text, or otherwise share a story from any of the Services.
    • Post, upload, or otherwise submit to Tinkercast a comment, story idea, essay, photo, video, or other content or User-generated material (“User Materials“).
    • Otherwise volunteer information to us or respond to a request for information through any of our Services.

We also may ask you to provide information about yourself for various other purposes that we specify or make apparent at the time of collection. When you engage with our Services, you may provide the following types of personal information:

Additional Information for Tinkercast Members
Tinkercast maintains active control of its membership list and takes reasonable measures to insure against unauthorized use of such list. Tinkercast does not share personal information collected from minors unless it receives parental consent to do so. We also do not sell, rent or share our membership list with any political party or candidate for political office. Likewise, Tinkercast does not provide its membership list to any unrelated third parties. However, Tinkercast may enter into agreements with related service providers to enhance its services to you and the community at large. In these cases, Tinkercast provides member information such as name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address of individuals aged 18 and above. Each service provider has agreed to use Tinkercast’s members’ information solely in connection with the services it was contracted to provide. Tinkercast will use its reasonable best efforts to maintain complete and accurate records of its membership list.

  1. Automatically Collected Information.  Tinkercast, our service providers, and vendors use various technologies to automatically collect certain information about your computer or device and your interactions with the Services. These technologies may include using cookies, pixels tags (aka web beacons), and other tracking technologies. These technologies do not record your name, address, email address, credit card information, or other similar personally-identifying information. However, they do collect the following information for each User who accesses the Services, which allows us to make our Services more useful to you:
    • The Internet Protocol address (IP address) of the machine or device used to access the Services or play podcasts or other media content downloaded through our Services.
    • The domain name of your Internet Service Provider.
    • General location information (based on IP address or latitude and longitude).
    • The dates, times, duration, frequency, and other details of your interactions with our Services.
    • Search terms you use while using the Services or on a referring website.
    • The path taken through the Services and patterns in the way you move through our Services.
    • Other content preferences
    • The browser and operating system being used.
    • A list of files downloaded or viewed.
    • The amount of time spent listening to or viewing files or pages.
    • Your approximate geographic location information (derived from your IP address) and/or more precise information about the specific location of your device if you have given us explicit consent to receive this information for a Tinkercast application on your mobile device.
    • The make, model, carrier and unique device identifier for your mobile device, the unique advertising identifier (for example, Google Advertising ID) that allows mobile applications running on your mobile device to gather data for purposes of serving targeted advertising or personalized or “interest-based” advertising and other information about your computer or mobile device and its browser, operating system, settings and software. If you have an iOS mobile device, we may collect the Apple IDFA (a unique advertising identifier) if you have given us consent to receive this information for a Tinkercast mobile application on your device.
    • Listening data collected both when you download and listen to podcasts or other media files. Listening data includes descriptions of the title, episodes, segments and advertising included in a podcast or other media file, time and date stamps for download and playback events (for example, when a file is downloaded and when playback of a particular segment or advertising starts, stops, is skipped or is paused), the unique advertising identifier for your mobile device (for example, Google Advertising ID), session IDs and information about the device or platform used to download or play a particular file. The producers of any independently produced podcasts we distribute may also collect the same types of listening data subject to their own privacy policies, which may differ from ours.
    • Information about your interactions with our email messages, such as links you click on and whether you open or forward a message, the date and time of these interactions, and information about the computer or device you use to read emails.
    • Any errors encountered during your use of our Services.

The third-party vendors we use to measure and analyze use of the Services also use their own cookies. In addition, we may work with third-party vendors which may serve advertising or other messages to you on other websites after you visit the Services. These third-party vendors use their own cookies to recognize you as a visitor or User of the Services and serve you advertising or other messages on other websites that they believe you will find most relevant. This Privacy Policy does not cover the cookies used by any of these or other third-party vendors.

We use third-party services, such as analytics, cookie data collection (including cookie identifiers), and linking services (collectively, “Analytics & Advertising Services“). These Analytics & Advertising Services may include:

An Analytics & Advertising Service’s ability to use and share information is covered by that service’s terms of use and privacy policy. To learn more about how Google uses data, visit

If you wish to prevent certain or all cookies and web beacons from being set to your hard drive or device, or to clear existing cookies from your browser’s or device’s cache, you may be able to disable them in your browser’s or device’s preferences, although your browser or device might then be unable to accommodate certain functionalities on the Services.

Do Not Track. Some Internet browsers can 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

  1. Information We Obtain From Other Sources We may receive Personal Information about you from other sources, including third-party analytics providers and social media-owned databases, including via your interaction with our social media pages (this includes aggregate data on our social media followers (e.g., age, gender and location), engagement data (e.g., “likes,” comments, shares, reposts and clicks), awareness data (e.g., number of impressions and reach) and individual Users’ public profiles. 
    • Platform single sign-on and sharing tools. Our Services allow Users to sign into their Tinkercast accounts using their credentials from platforms such as Google (an “SSO Provider“). If you sign into our Services through an SSO Provider, we will receive your email address and certain profile information from such SSO Provider in accordance with its privacy policy and your SSO Provider account privacy settings. Any information that we collect from your SSO Provider account may depend on the privacy settings you have selected with that SSO Provider, so please consult the applicable SSO Provider’s privacy and data policies to learn how to manage these settings. If you use tools on our Services that allow you to share stories or other content with your friends and followers on an SSO Provider’s platform such as Google, Instagram, or Facebook, that action and any information you share may be used by the SSO Provider according to its own privacy policy.
    • Other third parties. We may obtain personal information from other third parties, such as marketing vendors, event venues, publicly-available sources, and data providers.

3. Children’s Privacy.  Although the Services are intended to be used by persons aged 18 and above, Tinkercast celebrates children of all ages and must set boundaries regarding use of the Services by children under 18 years of age. We do not permit individuals under the age of 18 to create an account and do not knowingly collect personal information from persons under the age of 18.

Children under the age of 18 must obtain permission from a parent or guardian before using the Services, using the  Website “Contact Us” function or otherwise sending any personally-identifying information through the Services.  If we become aware that we have collected personal information from a child under the age of 18, we will handle such personal information in accordance with the principles of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”), as amended from time to time (e.g., obtain parental consent, delete the personal information).  

We may collect the following personal information from parents or guardians about children who are under the age of 13 to enable the parent or guardian to register to participate in contests, play games, submit content, interact with or share online content, receive our newsletter or other communications and more:

We may share or disclose the personal information provided by parents or guardians about children under the age of 18 in the following circumstances: (a) if required to do so by law or if we believe in good faith that such disclosure is necessary to comply with the law or with legal process, (b) to protect against misuse or unauthorized use of the Services, (c) to protect the child’s personal safety, to prevent a crime or facilitate an investigation, (d) to enforce the Terms of Use, (e) to provide the services or products requested, or (f) upon receiving parental consent to do so.

We may also use the above-referenced collected personal information to request parental consent to contact a child to respond to the child’s question or request, to notify parents or guardians that the child has won a contest, or to otherwise communicate with the parent or guardian about the child or the collected information.

If necessary, Tinkercast will obtain parental consent as required by COPPA through means permitted by COPPA like obtaining credit card information and charging such credit card, asking the parent or guardian to communicate by other means (e.g., phone, video chat), or requiring the completion and return of a consent form. If we request and we do not receive parental consent by the deadline stated in the request or, if no deadline is stated, within a reasonable time following the date of the request, we will delete the contact information and related information collected from or about the child, if any.

Parents and guardians may contact us to review, update or delete any personal information that we may have collected about their children and to elect for us not to collect any additional personal information about their children. Please see Section 2.b. above to learn more about information that is automatically collected.

Although Tinkercast does not currently permit Users of the Services to post information to the Website, if that feature becomes available, California minors under 18 years old may request the removal of any information that they post to the Website by contacting us at the email address provided in Section 14. Upon such request, Tinkercast will remove from public view any content posted by a minor to the Website, unless required by law to retain such content or information.

 4. When the Services Are Used by Schools.  When the Services are used by providers of educational services, such as schools, school districts, teachers, and authorized school Users and administrators (each a “School” and collectively the ”Schools”) for educational purposes, Tinkercast relies solely on the teacher(s) and School(s) to obtain appropriate parental consent from each student and to provide a copy of such consent to us prior to providing any personal information about children under the age of 18.  In fact, each Teacher and/or School must represent and warrant, to the extent required by applicable laws that they or their School has (a) notified each Student’s parents or legal guardians of the use of third party services, including Tinkercast’s, and the potential disclosure of Student Data in connection therewith and (b) obtained the appropriate consent(s) from the parents or legal guardians of each Student. Tinkercast’s collection and use of any student data is governed by our contracts with the Schools and our Terms of Use, as well as any applicable privacy laws such as COPPA.  If you were given access to the Services by the School you are affiliated with, this policy does not govern how your school might collect, use, or disclose your information. Please consult with your district and/or school for more information about their privacy policies and practices, including your district’s and/or school’s collection, use, or disclosure of your Personal Information. If there is a conflict between our contract with the School(s) and this Privacy Policy, the contract with the School(s) shall govern. Please contact your School if you have any questions about your School’s privacy practices. 

  1. Student Data
    General.  A “Student” is a child who is enrolled in (a) the class of a teacher or in any Schools that use the TinkerClass feature of the Services, or (b) the class of a teacher or in a school that does not use the TinkerClass feature of the Services but chooses to submit User Materials created by or including children enrolled in such teacher’s class or school.  “Student Data” includes all data that is provided by a teacher or School that personally identifies a Student, such as grades, name, image (e.g. photograph or screenshot of a student), voice, and likeness (e.g., a visual image of any kind (photo, drawing, caricature, computer avatar) that evokes the student’s identity in the eyes of the public) but does not include De-Identified Data (as defined below). The Student Data Tinkercast collects, if any, is provided by Schools and/or teachers that are responsible for obtaining consent from each Student’s parent or guardian before providing Student Data to us and that also use the Services and submit User Materials (as defined in the Terms of Use). Tinkercast will only collect and use Student Data as set forth in this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use, when necessary to fulfill Tinkercast’s obligations to the teacher or School and/or to provide and improve the Services.  

    We will not build personal profiles from Student Data, use it to advertise or market to students on the Services, use it for any other commercial purpose unless authorized by the School or permitted by applicable law, or sell it unless the sale is part of a corporate transaction (e.g., merger, acquisition, bankruptcy, or other sale of assets), in which case we will require the new owner to continue to honor the terms provided in this Privacy Policy. Finally, we will not make material changes to this Privacy Policy or our contract(s) with the School(s) that relate to how we collect and use Student Data without notifying the School(s).
  2. How We Share and Disclose Student Data. We disclose Student Data solely as needed to provide the Services on behalf of specific Schools in accordance with our contractual agreements with those Schools. Please note that Student Data and teacher account usage data may be disclosed to or accessible by Users with administrator privileges on an account or who are authorized to use the Services on behalf of a School. Student Data may also be accessible to anyone who accesses your account with your login credentials. To avoid unauthorized access to Student Data, please do not distribute your login credentials and keep all login information secure. We may also disclose Student Data to our trusted service providers who have a legitimate need to access such information on our behalf, subject to appropriate contractual terms to protect such data. Furthermore, we may disclose Student Data in connection with a business transaction or to support our legal rights and obligations, as described under Section 6 below.

    De-Identified Data. Tinkercast may collect and use De-Identified Data to operate, analyze, improve, market or develop educational sites, services or applications, to recommend content or services relating to school or educational purposes, and to demonstrate the effectiveness of our products or services. “De­-identified Data” means data with all personally identifiable information, including direct and indirect personal identifiers such as name, school ID numbers, and location information, has been permanently removed or obscured so that the remaining information does not reasonably identify an individual and there is no reasonable basis to believe that the information can be used to identify an individual. If we share or publicly disclose De-Identified Data, that data will be aggregated or anonymized to reasonably avoid identification of a specific School, teacher, or Student. 

    School Requests. Tinkercast will make Student Data available upon a verified request by the School or teacher who provided such Student Data or who would otherwise have verified authority to receive such Student Data. 

    License to Use Student Data. Student Data made available to Tinkercast in any manner, including on or through the Services, is considered User Material that is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in Section 7 of the Terms of Use, unless otherwise prohibited by law.
  3. How We Retain and Secure Student Data.  If Tinkercast collects Student Data, we will store and process it in accordance with standard practices in the podcast industry.  We will promptly notify the relevant teachers or Schools of any incident involving a breach of security, privacy, or personal information involving such School’s or teacher’s Students.

    Return/Destruction of Student Data. Upon request by the School or Teacher, if legally permitted, Tinkercast will destroy and request that subcontractors and/or agents destroy Student Data in its/their possession when such Student Data is no longer needed by Tinkercast. 

5. How We Use the Personal Information We Collect

Tinkercast and service providers and vendors also may use the information collected through our Services to perform contractual obligations under our Terms of Use, including:

It is in our legitimate business interests to use personal information:

We, our service providers, and our third-party advertising or marketing vendors may collect and use personal information for the following marketing, advertising, analytics, and operational purposes, on the basis of our legitimate business interests or consent where required by law:

Where we seek your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time.

We use personal information for compliance and protection purposes in our legitimate business interests, including:

6.  How We Disclose Personal Information. Tinkercast may disclose personally-identifying information if required to do so by law or if we believe in good faith that such disclosure is necessary (a) to comply with the law or with legal process, (b) to protect against misuse or unauthorized use of the Services, (c) to protect the personal safety, property or rights of visitors to the  Services, the public, Tinkercast and its officers, directors, employees, agents, and contractors, and their respective employees, sponsors, service providers and others, or (d) to enforce the Terms of Use. We may also disclose this information to provide you with the services or products that you request. If you do not want your personally-identifying information to be collected or used for any of these purposes, please do not provide it.

  1. The public or other individuals. Any User Materials you submit through our Contact Us page, social media services or similar features can be seen, collected and used by us and anyone else who has access to the applicable service. Any User Materials you submit may also be freely used and shared by Tinkercast, its partners, and our and their respective licensees in accordance with our Terms of Use. You may also choose to share stories or other content with your friends and followers on social media services. In addition, we may share your information with other individuals at your direction. For example, if you use our Services to email or text a story to a friend, we will disclose your name to that friend together with the content you directed us to send.
  2. Authorized service providers.  We may share any information we collect with service providers who provide us with specialized services or otherwise help us operate our Services including, without limitation, service providers that provide customer support, email deployment, account sign-in services, subscription services, payment processing, order fulfillment, analytics, marketing, advertisements, contest management and data processing services.
  3. Financial Information. You must be at least 18 years of age to engage in money-related transactions on the Services. When engaging in money-related transactions, you may be asked to enter a credit card number or debit card number. The financial information provided will be collected and controlled by the payment processor and not by Tinkercast and will be subject to each payment service provider’s privacy policy and practices.  
  4. Advertising and marketing vendors.  Subject to applicable law and your opt-out choices described below, and as we deem appropriate, we may share with advertisers and marketing vendors, including those who provide digital advertising and marketing messages for us, or allow them to directly collect information about your devices and your use of our Services. We will not share your name or contact information in unhashed form with these vendors. These vendors may use such information pursuant to their own respective privacy policies, which we do not control.
  5. Authorized third-party applications. We may share with authorized third-party applications information that you provide directly through our Services and information collected automatically through technology for the purpose of providing certain Services to you on the applications. In such cases, the information that we share may include your name, favorite content, and listening and usage activity.  We prohibit the third-party developers of those applications from accessing, storing or sharing any such information. However, please be aware that your use of the third-party application is otherwise subject to the third-party application’s privacy policy, which we do not control and which may differ significantly from ours.  Tinkercast is not responsible for the privacy practices of any third-party application, and we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the privacy policies of any third-party sites, applications, platforms, and services that you visit or access.
  6. Legal requirements.  We may share information with our professional advisors, such as lawyers, auditors, bankers and insurers, where necessary, in the course of the professional services that they render to us. We and service providers and vendors may also disclose any collected information to respond to subpoenas, court orders, legal process, and other law enforcement measures, and to comply with legal or regulatory obligations.
  7. Business transfers.  We may share any collected information in connection with a substantial corporate transaction, such as the sale of a Service, a merger, a consolidation, an asset sale, or in the unlikely event of bankruptcy.
  8. Protect our Services and Users. We and our service providers and vendors may disclose any collected information to enforce our Terms of Use and to protect and defend the legal rights, interests, and safety of Tinkercast, its partners, and their respective employees, agents, contractors, advertisers, listeners, members, users, members of the general public, or others.
  9. Podcast producers. We may share with third-party producers (“Content Providers”) listening, usage and other data that does not identify you that we collect through your interaction with the podcasts and other media files produced by those third-party producers.
  10. Aggregated and anonymous information. Subject to applicable law and your opt-out choices described below, and as we deem appropriate, we may share with third parties or allow them to collect directly aggregated or other information that is not reasonably linkable to you or your devices. These third parties may use such information pursuant to their own respective privacy policies, which we do not control. For example, we may share or authorize the collection of such information by service providers or vendors that help us analyze and improve our Services, provide us and other digital media organizations with ratings and ranking data, or help us to create personalized content. We may also share or authorize the collection of such information by advertisers to help them measure the impact of their advertising campaigns.

7.  Tracking Technologies

Tinkercast refers to all these technologies collectively as “cookies.”

Cookies can be “first-party” or “third-party” depending on the domain that sets them.

First-party and third-party cookies can be either “session” or “persistent” cookies depending on their duration, and our website uses both persistent and session cookies.

We use the following types of cookies for the purposes set out below:

Essential Cookies – These cookies are essential to provide you with services available through the Services and to enable you to use some of their features. For example, these cookies allow Tinkercast to remember your registration information while you are logged in. The Tinkercast Shop, and other interactive features also use cookies. Without these cookies, the services that you have asked for cannot be provided, and we only use these cookies to provide you with those services.

Functionality Cookies – These cookies allow us to remember choices you make when you use the Services, such as remembering your podcast preferences and remembering your account details. The purpose of these cookies is to provide you with a more personal experience and to prevent you from having to re-enter your preferences every time you visit the Services.

Analytics and Performance Cookies – These cookies are used to collect information about traffic to the Services and how Users interact with them. The information collected includes the number of visitors to the Services, the websites that referred visitors to the Services, the pages that they visited on the Services, what time of day they visited the Services, whether they have visited the Services before, and other similar information. We use this information to help operate the Services more efficiently and to monitor the level of activity on the Services.

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Targeted and Advertising Cookies – Tinkercast does not currently use targeted and advertising cookies but may use them in the future. If or when we begin using these types of cookies, they will track your browsing habits or other information, such as location, to enable us to show advertising or marketing information which are more likely to be of interest to you. These cookies use information about your browsing history to group you with other users who have similar interests. Based on that information, and with our permission, we and our third-party partners or vendors can place cookies to enable us or our partners or vendors to show advertising, marketing, and other messages that we think will be relevant to your interests while you are using third-party services.

Social Media Service Cookies – These cookies are used when you share information using a social media sharing button or you link your account or engage with our content on or through a social media service such as Facebook. The social networking service will record that you have done this.

Additionally, we use these technologies:

8.  Privacy Rights and Choices You have the following choices to update, correct and limit the collection and use of information gathered through our Services.


9.  Sensitive Data. Aside from collecting information about your specific geolocation with your permission, Tinkercast does not knowingly collect or sell sensitive data about your racial or ethnic origin, religious beliefs, health or health care, sexual orientation, immigration status, genetic or biometric data.

10. Notice of Nevada Privacy Rights. We do not sell consumers’ covered information for monetary consideration (as defined in Chapter 603A of the Nevada Revised Statutes). However, if you are a Nevada resident, you have the right to submit a request directing us not to sell your personal information. To submit such a request, please contact us.

11.  State Data Privacy Laws. Some U.S. states (e.g., California, Nevada, Texas, Utah, Virginia, etc.) have data privacy laws that grant residents the right to make requests regarding how their personal information is collected, used, and shared. Currently, Tinkercast is not subject to the data privacy laws in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Texas, Virginia, and Utah because it does not meet the eligibility requirements or, in the case of Texas, because Tinkercast qualifies as a small business under the Small Business Administration and does not sell sensitive data (as defined under the TDSA). If Tinkercast becomes subject to any state data privacy law, it will update this Privacy Policy and comply with any applicable laws.

12. Exercising the Right to Opt-Out of the Selling or Sharing of Personal Information. Eligible persons may exercise their right to opt out by:

When you submit a request regarding your personal information, we may require you provide additional information and follow certain procedures so that we can verify the request and your jurisdiction before responding to it. We will make reasonable efforts to match the information that you provide in your request to information that we already have on file to verify your identity. Please provide as much of the requested information as possible. We will only use the information received in  requests to not sell your information for the purpose of responding to your request. If we cannot verify your identity or jurisdiction, we may ask you for additional information.
Where permitted by law, you may submit a request through an authorized agent or other legal representative. In those cases, we require the authorized agent or legal representative to provide proof of written permission showing the agent or legal representative has authority to submit a request on your behalf. An authorized agent or legal representative must follow the processes described above to make a request. We may additionally require the authorized agent or legal representative to verify his, her, or their own identity.

13.  Security.  Tinkercast has procedures in place to safeguard the information that we collect online.  However, you should take special care when deciding what information to send to us, since no transmission of data is ever fully secure or error free and most are not encrypted.

14.  Links to Third Party Sites. The Services may contain links to other sites, applications and services maintained by third parties.  Those third parties have privacy policies that may be very different from this one and may use cookies, collect data, and use the data in ways that we would not. Tinkercast is not responsible for the privacy practices of, or any information or materials on or related to other websites, applications, and services. Therefore, please carefully review each privacy policy.

15.  International User Notice. The Services are intended for businesses and individuals controlled, located and operated within the United States. If you are located in a country other than the United States, you should not provide personally-identifying information through the Services. If you provide such information, you acknowledge that it is necessary to internationally transfer and process it in the United States. By submitting User Materials and using the Services, you agree to have your information transferred to and possibly used in the United States as set forth in this policy. You also agree that you are responsible for compliance with applicable laws, including local laws regarding online conduct and content and U.S. export laws and regulations.

16.  Changes to Privacy Policy. Tinkercast reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy. Please review this Privacy Policy so you will always know what information is collected and how it is used. Changes to this Privacy Policy will be effective upon posting. Use of the Services constitutes consent to any policy then in effect.

17.  How to Contact Us. If you are at least 18 years of age and have any questions, comments or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us at:

By mail:

Tinkercast, LLC
Attn:  Chief Operating Officer
41 Watchung Plaza 
Suite 312
Montclair, NJ 07042

By email: