- What Personal Information May Be Collected?
- Other Types of Information That May Be Collected
- Use of Information
- Security of Personal Information
- Your Privacy Choices / Updates to Your Information
- Children's Privacy
- Your California Privacy Rights
- External Links
- EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework
- Dispute Resolution / Contact Information
EFFECTIVE DATE: SEPTEMBER 29, 2016.
Additionally, as the Site includes www.mathalive.com and www.mathalive-me.com, which may be of interest to children under the age of 13 years old (the "Children's Sites"). We are committed to complying fully with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 ("COPPA"). Parents of children who are under the age of 13 should ensure that they understand our approach to personal information, as described in this policy, before entering any personal information on or through the Children's Sites.
1. What Personal Information May Be Collected?
1.1 At Raytheon, it is our policy to create website content that demonstrates our respect for visitors' privacy and allows us to understand our visitors. We may request personal information from you, including your name, home address, email address or telephone number, when you interact with the Site, such as to respond to your requests or to enable you to register to use certain features of this Site. We have implemented additional privacy safeguards when we collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. For more information about how we handle children's information, please see the "Children's Privacy," in Section 6 below.
1.2 When we do collect personal information, we will use it for the purposes indicated in this policy.
1.5 Apart from the Children's Sites, Raytheon may use the Site as an entry into other networked web pages and websites operated by Raytheon and its subsidiaries (together, the "Transaction Sites"). Please note that an individual Transaction Site may adopt privacy terms particular to the purpose of such Transaction Site or the transaction(s) taking place on such Transaction Site. As Transaction Sites are generally affiliated with commercial transactions that you or your business may have with Raytheon, particularly those which are password-protected or are subject to subscriptions, the privacy terms governing such sites may be supplemented or superseded by separate agreements.
2. Other Types of Information That May Be Collected
2.1 IP Addresses
An internet protocol address, or IP address, is automatically assigned to your computer when you access the internet, and is used by web servers to identify your computer. When you access our Site, we may log your computer's IP address, however, your personal identity will remain unknown to us, except as described in Sections 2.5 and 3.2. We log the IP addresses for system administration, for auditing the use of our Site, and for collecting statistical information for marketing and other purposes.
2.2 Cookies or Tracers
We use tracking scripts or "tracers" that recognize a unique identifier from a cookie placed on your computer by another non-Raytheon website. These are used by Raytheon to gauge the success of our own advertising. For instance, we may use a tracer to determine whether you visit our employment pages after visiting a career site where Raytheon placed a banner advertisement. We do not use tracers to gather information on your use of the internet unrelated to Raytheon, or to determine your personal information, and you remain anonymous to Raytheon unless you choose to provide personal information, except as explained in Section 3.2.
2.3 Web Beacons
Web beacons are small files that we may place on our Site, which count the number of unique users that have visited a specific page on the Site and the number of times a given page has been displayed. This information is collected generally in the aggregate and is not linked to any personal information (except as described below).
2.4 Pixel Tags
We may use "pixel tags," or short pieces of code, to better measure the effectiveness of our content. These also allow social networks and other services to deliver content to you based on your visit to our website.
2.5 Custom URLs
We may track your visit by providing you with a unique universal resource locator, or URL, via an e-mail, a letter or other communication. When you use this unique URL, our website registers the visit. We use this information to measure the effectiveness of our advertising and other content.
2.6 What Happens If I Register?
3. Use of Information
3.1 Use and Sharing of Information
Generally, your personal information will not be shared with third parties not affiliated with Raytheon. From time to time we may transfer, disclose or share your personal information with third parties that Raytheon engaged specifically to handle and deliver certain online activities, including, but not limited to, conducting contests and sweepstakes. Such parties will receive your personal information needed to perform these functions, but we typically do not allow them to use it for other purposes.
Anonymous data collected using cookies, tracers, and web beacons may be analyzed in the aggregate to determine collective user characteristics, to understand user traffic patterns, sales information and user behavior on the Site. Such information also may be shared in the aggregate with third parties for advertising purposes, to enhance our Site, to enhance our products and services, and to analyze how and where best to use our resources.
3.2 Monitoring and Compliance
Although Raytheon is under no obligation to monitor the Site, we may monitor, store, review and share with third parties any information, including your personal information, obtained on or through the Site, including if it is needed or requested to satisfy any applicable governmental law, regulation, investigation or proceeding. Raytheon may also disclose your personal information (1) where such disclosure is required by law; (2) to protect Raytheon's legal rights to the extent authorized or permitted by law; or (3) in an emergency where the health or safety of you or another individual may be endangered. Additionally, we may use IP addresses to identify a particular user if we believe it is needed to enforce compliance with the terms of this policy or to protect our company, employees, Site, or customers.
Raytheon may transfer personal information in connection with the sale or acquisition of one or more of our businesses or subsidiaries to a different company that agrees to offer equivalent safeguards for the use and disclosure of such information.
4. Security of Personal Information
4.1 While Raytheon makes extensive effort to prevent unauthorized access to personal information, the security of information transmitted via the internet cannot be guaranteed. Any information disclosed online can potentially be collected and used by others aside from the intended recipient. Thus, Raytheon cannot warrant that your personal information will not be disclosed to or accessed by unauthorized parties.
5. Your Privacy Choices/Updates to Your Information
5.2 If you do not want Raytheon to use your personal information to contact you for marketing or solicitation purposes, please click the opt-out link on the email you received or contact us via email at PrivacyPolicy@raytheon.com. Please indicate if you would prefer that we use a different email address or communication method. Restricting our contact methods may make it more difficult for us to keep you informed about new products, services and websites that can benefit you. These choices do not apply to transactional or relationship emails or the display of online advertising. You can revoke your choice at any time by contacting us using one of the methods provided.
6. Children's Privacy
6.1 Raytheon encourages parents and guardians to spend time online with their children. We urge parents to instruct their children never to provide online their real names, email or physical addresses, or telephone numbers without the permission of a parent or guardian. We recognize a special obligation to protect personal information obtained from children, as may be collected on the Children's Sites only. We fully comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 ("COPPA"), which requires us take special precautions when collecting personal information from children under the age of 13.
6.2 In compliance with COPPA, we have adopted the following policies to help keep children safe.
A. Any personal information we collect from children under the age of 13 will be used solely by Raytheon or its agents for internal purposes only and will not be sold or otherwise distributed to third parties.
B. We will not knowingly allow children under the age of 13 to access any social media site that may exist on the Site, email accounts, or other services within Raytheon that would allow them to publicly post or otherwise distribute personal information.
C. We will not knowingly ask a child under the age of 13 to divulge more information than is needed to participate in any activity, game, or service.
D. We will not knowingly keep any personal information that is inadvertently included in a child's email submission, help inquiry, or other one-time request, if we know that the child is under the age of 13. Information will be automatically purged or purged immediately after the issue has been resolved.
E. We will not knowingly post any personal information that is inadvertently included in a child's submission to a general audience contribution area if we know that the child is under the age of 13. These submissions will be deleted and handled anonymously thereafter.
F. We will not knowingly provide any direct link to websites that are unsuitable for children or teens.
G. Upon request, we will provide a parent or guardian with a description of the information that may have been provided about their child during a registration process for a program, service or contest on the Site.
6.3 Consistent with COPPA, there are several instances in which we collect information from children, such as:
A. Requesting the contact information of a parent or guardian for the sole purpose of notifying the parent or guardian;
B. Collecting children's contact information on a one-time basis, such as when they enter a contest or ask Raytheon a question using the "contact us" link on our Sites. We will use this information on a one-time basis solely to directly respond to the child's request. We will purge the child's contact information from our systems when we have fulfilled the request, such as after we respond to the child's email or when a contest is over. We will not use children's information to re-contact them or for any other purpose other than fulfilling their requests;
C. Collecting a child's contact information and the contact information of his/her parent or guardian solely to respond directly more than once to a specific request from the child (for example, to satisfy the request for a newsletter subscription). In this instance, the parent or guardian will be notified that the child made such a request and be informed of the information provided by the child. The parent or guardian will have an opportunity at any time to revoke the child's request (i.e., unsubscribe). We will not use the child's personal information to re-contact the child for any other purpose; and
D. Using cookies to collect non-personally-identifiable information on our child-directed Sites for analytics and internal operations purposes.
7. Your California Privacy Rights
8.1 Occasionally, you will find links from our Site to independently owned, controlled, and/or managed websites whose content we believe will be of possible interest and value to our visitors.
8.2 In many cases, these links represent cooperative projects or mutual links established with the organizations connected with these sites. We don't control the content of the sites accessed by you via these links. These other sites may send you their own cookies, collect data, or solicit personal information. While we identify sponsor and advertiser areas of our Site, we do not control these cookies or the content of these third parties.
8.4 We specifically recommend that children check with their parents before connecting to any new websites.
9. EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework
9.1 Raytheon Company in the U.S. (the "Company") participates in the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework (the "Framework"). Company's participation in the Framework applies to personal information received in the United States from the European Union ("EU") about employees ("EU Employee Data"), job applicants ("EU Job Applicant Data"), customers ("EU Customer Data"), and business partners ("EU Business Partner Data") (collectively, "EU Personal Data"). We are committed to subjecting such EU Personal Data to the Framework to the extent that we have received it in reliance on the Framework, including its Principles of Notice, Choice, Accountability for Onward Transfer, Security, Data Integrity and Purpose Limitation, Access, and Recourse, Enforcement and Liability. To learn more about the Framework, visit the U.S. Department of Commerce's Privacy Shield List here.
9.2 EU Personal Data Collection, Use, and Disclosure
EU Employee Data: The Company provides to EU employees a notice about the collection, use, and disclosure of their EU Employee Data through internal company policies.
EU Job Applicant Data: The Company provides to EU job applicants notice about the collection, use, and disclosure of their EU Job Applicant Data through internal company policies.
EU Customer Data: The Company collects and processes the following categories of EU Customer Data: name; personal/work contact information, photograph (where permitted by applicable law), employee, contractor, or government identification, country of origin, and nationality. The Company will use and otherwise process EU Customer Data in the United States for the following purposes: general business administration; customer support; direct marketing (e.g., email, text message, postal mail, behavioral advertising); fulfilment of requests; tracking payment of order; customer relationship management; responding to inquiries; and exercising a right or obligation imposed by law or contract (e.g., mandatory reporting obligations). Raytheon transfers EU Customer Data to the following types of third parties: financial transaction messaging providers, ethics investigations providers, legal advisors, customer relationship management providers; document management systems providers.
EU Business Partner Data: The Company collects and processes the following categories of EU Business Partner Data: name; address, professional contacts or organizations, date of birth, photograph, applicable ID number (passport or national ID), qualifications, work history, job title, educational history, prohibited party or other criminal background information. The Company will use and otherwise process EU Business Partner Data in the United States for the following purposes: general business administration; account management; IT helpdesk and support services; direct marketing (e.g., email, text message, postal mail); exercising a right or obligation imposed by law or contract (e.g., mandatory reporting obligations); vendor management. The Company transfers EU Business Partner Data to the following types of third parties: learning management providers, ethics investigations providers, financial transaction messaging providers, legal advisors, document management systems providers.
9.3 Rights of EU Data Subjects
If you are an EU data subject, you have the right to access your own EU Personal Data subject to certain limitations, such as where the legitimate rights of other persons would be infringed or where the burden or expense of providing access would be disproportionate. If you wish to exercise such rights, please contact us as described below.
9.4 Choices of EU Data Subjects
Individual customers have the right to exercise choice (opt-out) from our use of their EU Customer Data for direct marketing purposes. To exercise this right, please or follow the instructions in any direct marketing message you may have received. We do not otherwise use or disclose EU Customer Data in a manner that is subject to choice requirements under the Framework. We describe the choices for EU Employee Data and EU Job Applicant Data through internal company policies.
9.5 Recourse, Enforcement, and Liability
Please contact us as specified below if you have any questions, need access to your EU Personal Data, or otherwise need assistance. We remain responsible for our collection, use and disclosure of EU Personal Data in accordance with the Framework. We also are responsible for third party agents that are processing such data on our behalf, unless we prove that we are not responsible for the event giving rise to the damage. In certain situations, we may be required to disclose EU Personal Data in response to lawful requests by public authorities, including meeting national security or law enforcement requirements.
If you have an unresolved concern about EU Personal Data that we have not addressed satisfactorily, we have committed to cooperate with the panel established by the EU Data Protection Authorities to serve as our independent dispute resolution body for the Framework. We are also subject to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the Federal Trade Commission with respect to the Framework. In addition, under certain conditions, more fully described on the Privacy Shield website, EU data subjects may invoke binding arbitration for non-monetary issues when other dispute resolution procedures have been exhausted.
9.6 Contact Us
Please contact us using the contact information under "Dispute Resolution/Contact Information" below if you have any questions related to the Privacy Shield, wish to exercise your rights of access, or wish to seek other assistance as described above.
11. Dispute Resolution/Contact Information
Vice President, Cybersecurity and Privacy Law
870 Winter Street Waltham, MA 02451-1449