You provide personally identifiable information to VERSUS/mediaV when you share your e-mail address, and any other personally identifiable information, in any e-mail communications from you to VERSUS/mediaV: for example, and without limitation, when you subscribe to the site, or send comments, or request technical support, or request information about VERSUS/mediaV, or send questions, or request information about using VERSUS parodies. You may also provide personally identifiable information by utilizing the VERSUS website's "E-Mail This Page To A Friend" function, but the e-mail addresses that you supply to use this function will only be used to send the requested page.
VERSUS/mediaV access and/or collect information that is not personally identifiable. By way of example, non-personally identifiable information can include information such as the operating system you are working on, the resolution of your screen, the internet browser you are using, if your computer has Adobe Flash installed and which version, the domain name of your internet service provider, the IP address of the computer you are using to access the VERSUS website, the amount of time you spend on the VERSUS website, the pages on the VERSUS website you utilize, the parodies on the VERSUS website you utilize, the websites/links from which you navigate to VERSUS. Our contractors monitor the VERSUS website for the purpose of reporting traffic and statistics, and use monitoring technologies (including cookies), to compile non-personally identifiable statistics about our website visitors, and for other purposes. VERSUS/mediaV may share non-personally identifiable information with others, for any purpose.
The e-mail address you provide to VERSUS/mediaV in any communication from you to VERSUS/mediaV may be used by VERSUS/mediaV for any purpose, such as, for example, for contact for editorial purposes or to advise of changes to the VERSUS website or to announce news about VERSUS/mediaV.
Your e-mail communications to VERSUS are not secure. If you include any personally identifiable information in any e-mail from you to us, you do so at your own risk and VERSUS/mediaV have no responsibility or liability therefor. Your e-mail communications utilizing the VERSUS website's "E-Mail This Page To A Friend" function are not secure. If you include any personally identifiable information in utilizing the VERSUS website's "E-Mail This Page To A Friend" function, you do so at your own risk and VERSUS/mediaV have no responsibility or liability therefor.
VERSUS/mediaV have a policy that neither they nor any of their personnel or agents shall accept or consider any unsolicited material, ideas or suggestions of any nature whatsoever ("Unsolicited Materials"). Accordingly, you may not use the VERSUS website or information obtained therefrom to submit Unsolicited Materials to VERSUS/mediaV via any means (including, without limitation, via mail, fax or e-mail). Should you nevertheless contravene this express prohibition by sending Unsolicited Materials to VERSUS/mediaV, please be advised that the Unsolicited Materials will not be considered by anyone at VERSUS/mediaV, and they will be deleted or destroyed, with no copies kept. Again, your e-mail communications to VERSUS/mediaV are not secure; if you send Unsolicited Materials in or as an attachment to any e-mail from you to us, you do so at your own risk and VERSUS/mediaV have no responsibility or liability therefor.
When you receive e-mail communications from VERSUS/mediaV, you will always be given the chance to opt out of receiving those e-mail communications. You may change your preferences at any time by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be contacted in manners consistent with your stated preferences.
You are not required to share any personally identifiable information with VERSUS/mediaV to gain complete access to our VERSUS website in its current form. If you choose to share any personally identifiable information with VERSUS/mediaV, it is solely at your own option and solely at your own risk.
Updated: May 4, 2016