Privacy Policy

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Protecting your privacy is very important to us. To assure you of your privacy, we provide this notice to help you understand our commitment to security, what kinds of information we may gather about you when you visit our websites, how we may use that information, and how you can correct the information.

Information We Collect

Automatically Collected Anonymous Information
When you visit our website, certain anonymous information about your visit is automatically logged as it is at most websites. This may include information about your Internet Protocol (IP) address, domain name, browser type, mobile device type, access time, and referring website address. This information is not personally identifiable and is only used in aggregate (not in any way that personally identifies you).

Personally Identifiable Information
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is any information about you as an individual that would enable someone to contact you. Examples include your name, address, telephone number, or email address. We may ask for such information when you request to be contacted, subscribe to an email newsletter, download a resource, or use a service or tool where your personal data is entered.

We will not collect any PII about you unless you provide it. Providing any PII to us is voluntary. If you do not want us to obtain any personally identifiable information about you, do not submit it.

You can visit and browse our websites without revealing any PII, but you may not be able to access certain content, features or services if you choose not to disclose PII.

How We Use This Information

Aggregated information may be used in many ways. For example, we may combine information about the usage patterns of our visitors to learn which pages are visited most or what features are most attractive. Aggregated information may occasionally be shared with our advertisers and business partners, but it cannot be used to contact you individually.

PII you provide voluntarily may be used in the following ways:

  • to improve the content of our websites,
  • to fulfill your requests for our products and services,
  • to notify you of updates to our website,
  • to share with agents or contractors who assist in providing support for our internal operations,
  • to transfer to a successor entity in connection with a corporate merger, consolidation, sale of assets or other corporate change respecting our websites, and
  • to contact you for our—or other reputable organizations’—marketing purposes (email marketing promotions are sent via our own system rather than sharing email addresses with third parties).

Additionally, Cross the Lines may use PII to provide internet security and to meet legal requirements. As a result, Cross the Lines reserves the right to cooperate with law enforcement officials in the investigation of alleged unlawful activities committed on or through our websites. Cross the Lines may disclose PII in the course of officially authorized law enforcement investigations or as required to comply with a current judicial proceeding, court order, warrant, subpoena, or other legal process served on Cross the Lines. Further, in the event of a suspected attempt to deliberately circumvent our websites’ security with the intent to gain unauthorized access or to cause digital or physical damage, Cross the Lines may share PII about a suspected intruder with law enforcement officials. Cross the Lines shall have no legal liability for such disclosures. Notwithstanding any of the above, Cross the Lines in its sole discretion reserves the right to challenge the validity of any subpoena, court order, warrant, or other legal process.

If you choose to post comments to a blog, article, or any social media account affiliated with Cross the Lines, any information you submit may become public. It may become accessible through search engines or, if you sign in using credentials from a third-party social networking service, it may become accessible to users on that service. Unless otherwise noted, we do not limit the distribution of information that you share using these features. Cross the Lines is not responsible for any personal information you choose to make public via these forums, and you agree that such sharing will be deemed to have been permitted by you, not Cross the Lines. If you prefer not to have your information published, do not submit it.

Opt Out or Delete Personally Identifiable Information

You may request that we delete the personal information we hold about you. Please note that we may need to retain limited amounts of personal information after completing your request for legal compliance purposes.

If you wish to opt out of the use of your PII for marketing purposes or delete your PII, please let us know via

Cookies & Web Beacons

Cookies are a technology that helps us serve you better. Our cookies collect no personally identifiable information. We use cookies to help us know how many people visit our websites and when; to store your personal preferences for paid online subscription services you may subscribe to, in order to provide you with the best experience possible; and to record session information, such as items that you add to your shopping cart.

For example, we may use Google Analytics and Advertising cookies to perform statistical, demographic, interest, and marketing analyses for product development; to generally inform advertisers about the nature of our customers; and, to improve customer relationships. We may also use these cookies to deliver more relevant advertising through Facebook or Google’s Display Network, but this information is not personally identifiable and is only used in aggregate.

Our third-party service providers and advertisers may also use cookies to manage and measure the performance of advertisements displayed on or delivered by or through our websites and to provide more relevant advertising. See “Collection of Information by Third-Parties, Ad Servers, and Sponsors” below for more information.

Our third-party service providers or advertisers may use web beacons (clear .gifs) or similar technologies, which are small pieces of code placed on a web page or in an email newsletter, to monitor the behavior and collect data about the visitors viewing the web page or email newsletter. For example, web beacons may be used to count the users who visit a web page, open an email newsletter, or deliver a cookie to the browser of a visitor viewing a web page.

You have the choice to set your browser to accept all cookies, notify you when a cookie is set, delete cookies periodically, or reject all cookies. You may also opt-out of Google Analytics’ cookies here and Facebook’s cookies here. Generally, deleting or rejecting cookies also disables web beacons. Please be aware that rejecting all cookies may prevent you from enjoying the full features offered through Check the “Help” section of your browser for more information.

Collection of Information by Third Parties, Sponsors, and Ad Servers

Advertisers and websites that have links on our websites may collect information directly from you if you click a link to visit another website. This Privacy Policy applies only to information you provide to us and not to any information you may provide to a third party. Please consult the privacy policy of any other website you visit to know what information they may collect and how they may use it.

Cross the Lines sometimes partners with third parties that operate websites and services you can use. For example:

  • A website may be cobranded. When you provide personal information via a cobranded website, you may have the option of providing it to either or both parties.
  • A contest or sweepstakes may be sponsored by or co-sponsored with third parties as identified in the contest or sweepstakes’ Official Rules. By virtue of these relationships, the third parties may obtain PII that visitors voluntarily submit to participate in the website activity. We have no control over these third parties’ use of this information. Consult the Official Rules to determine whether these third parties will obtain such information.

Use by Minors is a general audience website, and we do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. Any information collected online by Cross the Lines from children under 18 is used only for the purpose of delivering the requested product or service. Please instruct your children to ask you for permission before providing any information about themselves to Cross the Lines, and visit the Federal Trade Commission website for more information about safe online activities.

California Privacy Laws

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which took effect on January 1, 2020, provides California consumers with the right to require many for-profit companies not to sell their personal information. While Cross the Lines is not subject to the CCPA, we still invite you to review the information we collect—and how we use it—in the “How We Use This Information” section above. If you wish to opt out of any of Cross the Lines’ practices that go beyond the information necessary for Cross the Lines to deliver products and services you voluntarily wish to read and use, please contact us via

Additionally, beginning on January 1, 2005, California Civil Code Section 1798.83 requires Cross the Lines (1) to enable its customers who are California residents to request certain information regarding its disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes or (2) to offer the opportunity for customers to opt out of having their personal information disclosed to third parties for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes.

Cross the Lines offers the opportunity for customers to opt out of having any personal information disclosed to third parties for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes. If you prefer not to receive such direct marketing offers, please contact us via

Beginning on January 1, 2014, an amendment to Section 22575 of California’s Business and Professions Code also requires Cross the Lines to disclose to its customers who are California residents how it responds to web browser “do not track” (“DNT”) signals or other mechanisms that provide consumers the ability to exercise choice regarding the collection of personally identifiable information about their online activities over time and across third-party websites or online services. Cross the Lines does not currently respond to any DNT signals. However, you still may wish to make choices about interest-based ads from participating third parties by visiting the DAA consumer opt out page as described in the Ad Choices section above.

European Union Residents

If you reside in the European Union (EU), Cross the Lines invites you to review its “How We Use This Information” section above. If you, as an EU resident, wish to make any requests of Cross the Lines as provided in the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), please contact us via

International Transfer

This website is governed by and operated in accordance with the laws of the United States of America (USA). Cross the Lines makes no representation that this website is governed by or operated in accordance with the laws of other nations. By using this website and submitting any personal information, visitors from outside of the USA acknowledge that this website is subject to USA law, consent to the transfer of personal data to the USA, and waive any claims that may arise under their own national laws. If you do not want your personal information transferred to the USA, do not provide it on this website.

How to Update Your Information

You may access and update the personal information you have provided to us by contacting us at

Updates to Privacy Policy

From time to time, we may use customer information for new, unanticipated uses not previously disclosed in our privacy notice. We will post any such policy changes on our website to notify you of these changes and provide you with the ability to opt out of these new uses. If you are concerned about how your information is used, you should check our website periodically.

The Privacy Policy posted on this website was updated on or about November 13, 2023.

We welcome your comments regarding this Privacy Policy. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us via