We are BP Holding Company, LLC dba Bouldering Project, a Washington limited liability company (BP), and the owner and operator of the websites www.boulderingproject.com, www.seattleboulderingproject.com, www.austinboulderingproject.com, www.minneapolis boulderingproject.com, www.saltlakeboulderingproject.com, www.brooklynbouldering project.com, www.bostonboulderingproject.com, www.dcboulderingproject.com, www. arizonaboulderingproject.com and all of its subdomains (collectively, the Website), including any content, functionality, and services offered on or through the Website (collectively, the Services) (Website and Services shall be collectively referred to herein as the Technology).
1. Consent. The Technology is not intended to be used in the European Union (EU), or by any EU citizens. If you do not consent to the terms and conditions of this Policy, you should not use any of the Technology, and notify BP of your refusal to consent to this Policy pursuant to Section 9.1 of this Policy should any Personal Information already be collected by BP or its agents.
2. Personal Information.
2.1 Collected Personal Information. BP and its designated third-party agents may collect the following forms of personally identifiable information and content you provide on the Technology, or which you permit BP to collect from third-party websites and applications (collectively, Personal Information): (a) personal names; (b) phone numbers; (c) billing addresses; (d) e-mail addresses; (e) age-related and demographic information; (f) personal identification numbers; (g) payment information (e.g., credit card numbers, bank account numbers, etc.); (h) job titles and positions; (i) comments made on third-party websites and applications; (j) device identification information; (k) geolocation data; (l) preferred language and country information; (m) communications sent via the Technology; (n) information on your interactions with the Technology and with other Technology users; and (o) other reasonably relevant information pertaining to your use of the Technology including without limitation your Internet protocol addresses, Technology account usernames and passwords, and standard web log information.
2.2 Your Information Obligations. BP requires that you only provide Personal Information to BP, whether directly or indirectly, that is up-to-date and accurate, and that you inform BP of any changes or corrections to such Personal Information. You also assure BP that you have the full authority and right to submit such Personal Information to BP, and to use such Personal Information as detailed in this Policy.
2.3 Personal Information Amendments. BP requires that you update and correct any Personal Information you provide to BP via the Technology. Should you be made aware that any of the Personal Information you provided to BP is incorrect or outdated, please notify BP of such matters and provide BP corrected Personal Information via the contact information provided in Section 11 of this Policy.
3. Cookies. When you register a Website account or utilize any of the Technology, BP may assign you a unique identifier and send such information to your computer or device hard drive in the form of a cookie, which is a very small bit of code. This code is uniquely yours. It is used to assist you in utilizing the Technology. If you do not wish to have any such cookies on your devices, you may turn them off at any time by modifying your device’s Internet browser settings. However, by disabling cookies on your device, you may be prohibited from fully or efficiently using the Technology.
4. Use of Your Personal Information. BP may use your Personal Information for the following purposes:
4.1 Provide and Promote the Technology: BP may use your Personal Information to provide and promote the Technology including without limitation Technology goods and service offerings, promotions from BP and other parties based on your preferences made via the Technology, and BP service payment functionalities, if any;
4.2 Data Modeling: BP may use your Personal Information in an anonymous manner to perform data modeling;
4.3 Encourage and Ensure Safe Interactions Between Technology Users: BP may use your Personal Information to help improve the safety and reliability of the Technology, including detecting, preventing, and responding to fraud, abuse, security risks, and technical issues that could harm BP, other Technology users, or the general public;
4.4 Resolve Disputes and Troubleshoot Problems: BP may use your Personal Information to investigate or resolve any Technology-related disputes or problems;
4.5 Enforcement: BP may use your Personal Information to enforce this Policy or any other agreement associated with the Technology;
4.6 Customize, Measure, and Improve Technology User Experience: BP may use your Personal Information for analytical and measuring purposes to understand how the Technology is used, and how to make improvements on the same;
4.7 Communication: BP uses your Personal Information to interact with you directly concerning the Technology, or BP’s goods or services; and/or partner goods and services.
4.8 Fulfill Reporting and Legal Requirements: BP may use your Personal Information, when requested by applicable governmental authorities or otherwise, for reporting obligations and compliance requirements.
5. Disclosure of Personal Information.
5.1 Information Disclosed. BP may disclose your Personal Information to a third party: (a) in furtherance of BP’s business operations, including assisting Technology users with performing data modeling; (b) to comply with BP or its designated third-party’s legal obligations under applicable law or regulation; (c) to enforce BP’s policies under this Policy, or any other policy or agreement you may be subject to pertaining to the Technology; (d) to respond to claims that your Personal Information or other information or content violates another party’s rights; or (e) to protect any party’s rights, property, or safety.
5.2 Disclosed Parties. In general, BP currently discloses your Personal Information to: (a) its officers and agents subject to the terms of this Policy; and (b) [including, but not limited to Cinch, Google, and Meta].
6. Security and Storage of Your Personal Information. The security of your Personal Information is important to BP. BP will only keep your Personal Information for the purposes detailed in Section 4 of this Policy, as long as is required by law, or as is relevant for the purposes for which it is collected. Your Personal Information will be stored in the following formats and locations:
On BP’s premises in Seattle, Washington; and
BP’s [cloud servers, including but not limited to, AWS and Google Drive]. Further information about [BP’s cloud servers including, but not limited to AWS and Google Drive] privacy policies and handling of Personal Information can be found here.
BP and its designated third parties employ generally accepted industry standards to store and protect your Personal Information. However, as the transmission of information over wireless and wired networks cannot be absolutely secure, BP does not warrant or guarantee that your Personal Information will remain permanently secure.
7. Third-Party Websites and Applications. The Technology may contain links to third-party websites and applications that are not owned or controlled by BP. BP has no control over, and assumes no responsibility for, any share functionality, content, privacy policies, or practices of any third-party website or application. When using any such third-party website or application, you are subject to the terms and policies, including without limitation personal information security and storage policies, of such third-party website or application. By affirmatively consenting to this Policy, or by otherwise using the Technology, you expressly relieve BP from any and all liability arising from any share functionality or your use of any third-party website accessed from the Technology. BP encourages you to investigate and ask questions before you disclose your personally identifiable information to any third-party website, application, or service provider.
8. Child Protection. BP is committed to protecting the privacy of children who use the Technology, and encourages parents and guardians to talk to their children about safe and responsible use of their information and content on the Internet. To ensure the Technology’s compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA; 15 U.S.C. § 91 et seq.), none of the Technology: (a) is made available to any person under 16 years of age; (b) publishes information or content from any person under 16 years of age; and (c) is targeted to any child under 16 years of age. Any person under 16 years of age who wishes to access or use the Technology must obtain their parent or guardian’s prior consent prior to any such use.
9. Policy Changes. Periodically, BP may update this Policy. BP may post notifications of updates to this Policy on the Website, through the Services, or via e-mail to you and other Technology users. Changes made to this Policy will take effect immediately. If you do not agree to changes to this Policy, you must discontinue your use of the Technology, and notify BP of the same pursuant to Section 10 of this Policy.
10. Contacting Us. If you have any questions regarding this Policy, please contact BP at:
900 Poplar Place S Seattle WA 98144