NYTimes is an online newspaper website that covers everything from technology to global news. They collect information from you when you sign up for a subscription, provide registration details, setting preferences, browse their website, enter a contest, complete a survey, and order any other product from them.
Personal data collected
NYTimes collects some personal information such as email address, password, name, payment information, postal address, mobile number, billing address, and more. When you engage in public activities, such as leaving comments, recommendations, leaving reviews, ratings, or anything else you make publicly available, your personal information gets collected then too. When you participate in market research, NYTimes collects your personal information that you consent to. They also collect information from you when you participate in their interactive programs and answer questionnaires. When you contact their call center, they collect information from you as well. They can also receive demographic information such as age, sex, household income, job information, and more from publicly available databases. NYTimes can also collect information from you from your social media accounts if you decide to link them. Information collected through tracking includes your IP address, GPS, location, unique device identifiers, browser information, and any other device information.
Personal data usage
NYTimes uses data to:
- Allow you to purchase subscriptions.
- Allow you to participate in contests, sweepstakes, or special offers.
- Allow you to participate in their market research.
- Provide any requested services.
- Let you access your registered account.
- Provide customer service.
- Respond to compliments, complaints, requests, inquiries, questions or suggestions.
- Complete your transactions.
- Send you information about your account.
- Save your reading list or property search.
- Show you your crossword solving statistics.
- Renew paid services.
- Allow you to participate in message boards.
- Analyze their new products and services.
- Customize your experience.
- Send you email newsletters and any marketing materials.
- Allow social media sharing.
- Prevent fraud or any other illegal activities.
Cookies and similar tech
NYTimes does not collect information from children under 18 years old. With a NYTimes account you can subscribe to their online newspaper, newsletters, and more.
Data shared with NYTimes
How to protect your privacy
Ways you can protect your privacy through NYTimes includes:
- Opt out of Google Analytics.
- Unsubscribe from their emails.
- Opt out of postal mail or telephone promotions via email.
- Delete personal information.
- Close your account.
- Cancel your subscription.
How to contact NYTimes about your privacy
You can contact NYTimes via phone number at 1-800-NYTIMES, email or through postal mail at:
The New York Times Company
Attn.: Privacy Counsel
620 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10018