1. Summary

Thank you for visiting AllTimely.com’s Privacy Center. The TLM Privacy Office is tasked with ensuring the appropriate collection, use, sharing, and handling of your personally identifiable information, or PII. PII is information that can be used to identify you, or can be combined with other information in order to identify you.

At TLM, we take the privacy and security of PII seriously. We’ve provided this Privacy Center in order to offer you the details you require around the PII we collect about you, no matter what your relationship with us. However, if you are an educator, parent, or student, TLM is a service provider to your school. As such, your school is ultimately responsible for the privacy and security of your PII. Please reach out to the appropriate contact at your school with questions or inquiries.

For more detailed information, please click the appropriate link below based on your relationship with The Local Machine.

2. Data Privacy Notices

2.1. Introduction

Please note that this notice applies to individuals who visit our commercial web sites or otherwise interact with us as customers or potential employees via our web sites, social media, or at events. Alltimely.com is intended for use by Teachers, School Administrators, and Students (middle-school age and up).

We follow all privacy laws and regulations that are applicable to our company and our services in the areas where we do business. You agree that by accessing our web sites or otherwise providing your personal information to TLM, you accept this notice. It is your responsibility to fully read through this notice. If you do not agree to this notice, you may not access our web sites or otherwise provide your personal information to TLM.

Revisions to this Privacy Notice will be posted at this location. Material changes may also be posted to the homepage of our website.

Please contact our Chief Privacy Officer with any questions or concerns:

Email: more@thelocalmachine.com

2.2. Privacy Notice

2.2.1. What is Personally Identifiable Information (PII)?

Personally Identifiable Information, or PII, is information that can identify you, or when combined with other information can be used to identify you. Depending on the service or transaction, the PII that MHE collects on customers may contain the following categories:

  1. First name, last name, and/or initials
  2. Personal contact information and/or contact information at your place of business such as email address, phone numbers, or postal address
  3. Education and professional details such as school(s) or courses attended, or activities attended
  4. Payment card industry data such as credit card number, billing address

2.2.2. What PII do we collect and how do we use it?

We collect PII, such as basic contact information from Google, education details in order to provide you with the product and/or service requested.

You are not required to provide PII, however in order to use certain services, we must use PII in order for that service to function properly or to provide you with additional information, if requested. In general, we collect PII if it is necessary to provide, maintain, and improve the requested service. It is your responsibility to ensure the integrity of the data you provide to us. You may contact customer service to update your PII.

We limit the use, collection, and disclosure of your PII to deliver the service or information requested by you. We do not collect, use, or disclose PII that is not reasonably related to the purposes described within this notice. Your information may be combined in an aggregate and de-identified manner in order to maintain and/or improve our services.

Depending on the service or transaction, the PII we collect may include information from the following categories:

  1. Email and Name.  We use Emails and Names from either Single-Sign-In sources such as Google, or a SAML source (e.g. your school district’s portal) to validate that the user is allowed to see the contents of AllTimely.  The name is used to generate reports and to assist with the taking of attendance.

2.2.3. What other information do we collect?

We may also collect computer metadata and content to provide, improve, and maintain our products and services.

When you visit and make use of AllTimely.com, we collect information without you having to enter it through the use of cookies.  This includes information about your experience such as your IP address, operating systems, pages viewed, and time spent.  This information is used to enable the functions of the site, as well as customize, maintain, and improve our web sites. You may disable cookies via your browser or third party mechanisms. However, some features of our services may not functional properly without them.

You can change your Web browser’s Internet preferences to disable or delete cookies, although that may affect certain functions on this site. To learn how to manage your cookies, please follow the instructions from your specific browser, or follow the links below:

2.2.4. Do we use your PII to market to you?

We do not provide any marketing to any products.

2.2.5. When do we share your PII with third parties?

We do not share your PII with third parties, with the following exceptions:

Business Transfer – In the event of a sale, merger or acquisition, we may transfer your PII to a separate entity. This entity will be responsible for ensuring that your PII is used only for authorized purposes and by authorized persons in a manner consistent with the choices customers and prospects have made under this Policy, and that security, integrity and privacy of the information is maintained.

Law Enforcement – In the event that TLM receives a legal demand for customer data from a law enforcement agency that request will only be honored if:

  • The request complies with all laws and clearly establishes the legal need for disclosure.
  • The request is related to a specific investigation and specific user accounts are implicated in that investigation.

Whenever legally permissible, users shall receive notice that their information is being requested.

2.2.6. What privacy controls and choices do we offer you?

You may review and correct your PII by contacting your school’s technical representative.

We strive to ensure that information we have about you is accurate and current. If you want to review the PII you have provided to us, or believe that the information we have about you is inaccurate, you should contact your school’s technical representative to review or update your PII.

2.2.7. How do we protect your PII?

Our IT security team has established reasonable security measures to protect your PII.

We use reasonable security measures to protect your PII from unauthorized access and use. All data is encrypted both in transit and also at rest.

Any questions or complaints regarding this Policy or the collection, use, disclosure, or transfer of Personal Data covered by this Policy should be directed to more@thelocalmachine.com.

We do not share the privacy controls of our clients to external parties.

2.2.8. How do we use your Google Data?

If you log in via Google SSO, we only receive your email address. We use the email, as part of the SSO process, to confirm that your account is associated with the school that you are logging into. This information is kept internal; it is not shared with any other companies.