Last Updated December 12, 2023
BridgeGap Marketing, Inc. (“us,” “we,” or “our”) thanks you for visiting the online and mobile resources we publish. We use the words “you” and “your” to mean you, the reader, and other visitors to our online and mobile resources who are, in all cases, over the age of 13. Our privacy statement (“this statement,” “this privacy statement,” and “our statement”) informs you about from whom and the types of personal information we collect, how we use it, who we share it with and why, and what we do to try to protect it.
Online and mobile resources mean the websites and other internet features we own that allow you to interact with our websites, as well as apps we’ve created and distributed to let our customers and followers view our online and mobile resources or otherwise interact with the content we provide.
California Notice of Collection of Personal Information: To learn more about your California privacy rights, please scroll down to “THE CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT.”
WHO WE ARE
BridgeGap Marketing, Inc., dba the Plan is an online resource for self-improvement and development. For residents from the GDPR Jurisdictions, as defined below, and some US state privacy laws, BridgeGap Marketing, Inc., is the data controller responsible for your personal data. For residents of California, BridgeGap Marketing, Inc. is a “Business.”
WHO WE COLLECT PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM
We may collect personal information from the following groups of data subjects: visitors to, and users of, our online and mobile resources; our customers; current members of our workforce and those who apply for posted jobs; and third-party vendors and business partners.
Personal information generally means information that can be used to identify you or that can be easily linked to you (for example, your name, address, telephone number, email address, social security number and date of birth). The privacy laws in some jurisdictions include unique elements in what they consider to be the personal information of the consumers or data subjects they protect. If those laws apply to us, as in the case of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) or European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), our use of the phrase “personal information” includes the unique elements required by such laws.