Privacy Policy for Newsworthy LLC

Last Updated: November 2023 


Hello, NEWSWORTHY NAVY. It’s time to talk about the rules of engagement—our Privacy Policy. Your secrets are safe with us, but let’s make sure we’re on the same page.

1. Reconnaissance: What We Collect

You, the NEWSWORTHY NAVY (if you are reading this, you are now officially a soldier in this war fighting for success), are a force to be reckoned with, and we respect your privacy. We might gather some intel—names, emails, maybe a phone number or two—just to keep the lines of communication open.

2. Covert Operations: How We Use Your Intel

Our mission is to provide top-notch services. We’ll use your intel to keep things running smoothly, personalize your experience, and communicate with you.


3. Protecting Our Strategy: Sharing Your Intel

In the world of NEWSWORTHY, our strategies are unique. We won’t spill the classified details, but sometimes we need to share a bit with our trusted allies—business partners, for instance. Rest assured, we’re playing it smart.


4. Encryption: Data Security

In the world of high-stakes journalism, data security is non-negotiable. We’re committed to protecting your intel like it’s our own top-secret files. However, even with the best defenses, the digital landscape is tricky, so stay vigilant.

5. Infiltration: Your Choices

You, as a member of the NEWSWORTHY NAVY, have power. You can access and update your intel, opt-out of receiving our transmissions, and even request the extraction of your data. The choice is yours, Commander.

6. Stealth Tech: Cookies and Tracking

We use cookies and other tech gadgets to analyze the battlefield. You can control these settings in your browser, just like adjusting your gear before a mission.

7. Debrief: Changes to This Policy

Our playbook might need updates, and if that happens, consider this your debriefing. We’ll let you know about any significant changes to the strategy.

8. Intel Asset: Contact Us

Need to send a signal or just want to chat? Contact us at The NEWSWORTHY NAVY command center is always open.

9. Long-Term Strategy: Selling of Intel

We’re not in the business of selling out our allies. However, after a respectable five-year tour with us, if you decide to set sail elsewhere, we might use aggregated, anonymized data for strategic analysis.