Privacy Policy -

Privacy Policy

Statement of Privacy

Greetings from the “Site,”

We are aware that users of our site value their privacy, particularly when conducting business online. The users of the Site who visit without transacting business and the Visitors who register to transact business on the Site and utilize the various services provided by Shoreline Music Society (collectively, “Services”) (referred to as “Authorized Customers”) are covered by our privacy policies under this statement.

Any information that can be used to identify, contact, or locate the person to whom the information relates is referred to as "personally identifiable information." Examples of such information include name, address, phone number, fax number, email address, financial profiles, social security number, and credit card information. Information that is gathered anonymously—that is, without identifying the specific user—or demographic data unrelated to a certain individual are not considered personally identifiable information.

What data that can be used to identify an individual is gathered?

Every one of our visitors may provide us with their basic user profile information. The names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of our Authorized Customers, the type and size of their business, and the kind and quantity of advertising inventory they plan to buy or sell are among the extra details we gather from them.

Which organizations are gathering the data?

Our third-party service providers (banks, credit card companies, clearinghouses) who may offer services like credit, insurance, and escrow services may also obtain information from our visitors and authorized customers in addition to what we gather directly. Although we do not have any control over how these third parties use this data, we do require them to be transparent about how they utilize the personal data that visitors and authorized customers give them. A portion of these third parties can be middlemen who only serve as connections in the supply chain and do not keep, utilize, or store the data that is provided to them.

How is Personally Identifiable Information used on the Site?

In order to make suitable service offerings, to customize the Site, and to complete requests for purchases and sales on the Site, we need Personally Identifiable Information. About research, buying and selling opportunities on the Site, or anything pertaining to the Site's subject matter, we may email Visitors and Authorized Customers. Additionally, we might utilize Personally Identifiable Information to get in touch with Authorized Customers and Visitors in response to certain questions or to deliver desired information.

Whom may I share the information with?

When evaluating possible transactions with other Authorized Customers, Authorized Customers may exchange Personally Identifiable Information about themselves with other Authorized Customers. We may provide our connected agencies and outside partners with aggregated data about our visitors, including visitor and authorized customer demographics. Additionally, we give you the option to "opt out" of hearing from us or any agent working on our behalf, as well as from receiving information or being contacted.

How is data that can be used to identify an individual stored?

Except for the purposes mentioned above, Shoreline Music School's collection of Personally Identifiable Information is securely held and unavailable to employees or other parties.

What options do visitors have about how the information is gathered, used, and shared?

Guests and Authorized Customers can choose not to be contacted or receive unsolicited information from us, our vendors, and our connected agencies by following the instructions in emails they receive or by writing to us at 1240 NE 175th St, Shoreline, WA 98155.


A string of data called a cookie is something that a website saves on a user's computer and that user's browser sends back to the website every time they visit.

Is There Cookie Use on This Website?

There are several uses for cookies. Cookies are used by us to gather data about visitor preferences and services chosen. In order to safeguard our authorized customers, we also utilize cookies for security purposes. For instance, we will automatically log off an Authorized Customer if they are logged in and the site is not used for more than ten minutes. Before using, users who do not want cookies to be installed on their computers could configure their browsers to reject cookies, with the caveat that some elements of the website might not work as intended without them.

Cookies that our service providers use

When you visit our website, our service providers' cookies may be stored on your computer. Further information regarding the cookies that are used can be found on our cookies info page.

How is the login information used by Shoreline Music Society?

Shoreline Music Society tracks user movement and usage, administers the Site, analyzes trends, and compiles general demographic data using login information, which includes, but is not limited to, IP addresses, ISPs, and browser types.

Which affiliates or service providers are in possession of Personally Identifiable Information obtained from Authorized Customers and/or Visitors on the Site?

Shoreline Music Society is and will be affiliated with several vendors through partnerships and other means. On a need-to-know basis, these suppliers might have access to specific PHI in order to assess the eligibility of authorized customers for services. They may not collect or use personal information in a way that is prohibited by our privacy policy.

Disclosure of Personal Data in Order to Adhere to Legal Requirements

In response to a subpoena, court order, or request for information release from a law enforcement agency, we will divulge Personally Identifiable Information. Additionally, where it is deemed reasonably required to ensure the security of our visitors and authorized customers, we shall divulge Personally Identifiable Information.

How is Personally Identifiable Information protected on the Site?

Every member of our staff is aware of our security procedures and policy. A password is required to access the Personally Identifiable Information of our Authorized Customers and Visitors, which is only available to a select group of trained workers. We routinely audit our security procedures and systems. Encryption techniques are used to safeguard sensitive data transmitted over the Internet, including credit card numbers and social security numbers. Despite our best efforts to keep the site secure, errors, tampering, and break-ins can occur in electronic communications and databases. We cannot guarantee or warrant that these events will not occur, and we will not be held responsible for any such incidents for Authorized Customers or Visitors.

How may Visitors update Personally Identifiable Information that is inaccurate?

Using the email address, visitors and authorized customers can get in touch with us to update personally identifiable information about them or to report any errors.

Is it possible for a Visitor to remove or disable Personally Identifiable Information that the Site has collected?

With regard to the personal information that users of our website provide, we are serving as data controllers. It is possible to ask to "be forgotten." By contacting us, we offer Authorized Customers and Visitors the option to remove or deactivate Personally Identifiable Information from the Site's database. Nevertheless, it could be hard to remove a visitor's entry without keeping some leftover data because of backups and records of deletions. When a person requests that their personally identifiable information be deactivated, the information will be functionally erased, and we will not sell, transfer, or utilize that person's personally identifiable information going forward. Please email us at whether you are a visitor or an authorized customer.

Your entitlements

These are your enumerated rights under the data protection legislation:

  • The ability to obtain
  • The entitlement to correction
  • The entitlement to deletion
  • The rights to data portability, objecting to processing, and restricting processing
  • The ability to file a complaint with a supervisory body
  • The ability to revoke consent

Should the Privacy Policy Change, what would happen?

Any changes to our privacy policy will be posted on the Site to notify Authorized Customers and Visitors. But, if we make changes to our privacy policy that could result in the disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information that a Visitor or Authorized Customer has asked us to keep private in the past, we will get in touch with them to give them the opportunity to stop the disclosure.


There are links on to other websites. Please be aware that you are entering another website when you click on one of these links. Since the privacy policies of these linked websites may differ from ours, we advise you to read their privacy statements.