Privacy Policy

We do not share your personal data. The Working Artist gathers certain types of information about the people who download and use the The Working Artist service. The following policy explains what information is captured, how it is handled and how to change it. The policy is subject to change from time to time so please check back periodically. By accessing or using this site, you acknowledge and agree to the disclaimers, terms and conditions set forth below. If you do not agree, please do not use this site. Please read the following carefully.



Registration and Tracking Information

The Working Artist gathers data that members provide through voluntary registrations on our site and aggregate tracking information derived mainly by tallying page views throughout our sites and clicks on or via our newsletters or advertisements. Such information enables us to better tailor our content to customer needs and to help us to better understand the demographics of our members.

Track Surveys

The Working Artist may from time to time conduct member surveys to better target our content to our members. While The Working Artist will share the aggregated responses and demographic information in these surveys with labels and partners, The Working Artist will not release any personally identifiable information relating to any customer.


On occasion, The Working Artist uses a counter to track member traffic patterns on our web site. A counter provides no member identifiable data but allows The Working Artist to count which pages have been viewed. The Working Artist does not aggregate or track personally identifiable information when using a counter, only usage patterns. This information is collected for internal marketing and sales efforts. The data is also used to predict responses to advertisements, to help determine which ads perform best and which content is most appropriate for different members.

Cookies and Tracking Pixels

The Working Artist may use your browser to set a "cookie" on your system. A cookie is a unique number that is recorded and stored on a member's computer in their web browser's cookie file. Cookies do not harm computers and cannot read data off your hard disk. They simply allow us to measure and report the statistics and provide important insight that is used to provide a more enriching experience for the computing public.  Also, cookies may also be used to track how you use the site to target ads to you on other websites. While aggregate statistics may be provided to advertisers and revenue sharing partners, the cookie will not, in any way, be associated with any personal data about the member. A member may choose to opt-out of receiving the benefits associated with our use of cookies at any time by following a simple procedure to manually delete his or her cookies. Members should refer to their respective browser's user manual for instructions on taking such action.

USE OF INFORMATION: The Working Artist uses the information voluntarily given by our members to enhance their experience on our site to better prepare future content based on the interests of our members. The Working Artist may also use the aggregated information to attract additional labels and advertisers. We use tracking information to determine which areas of our sites members like and don't like based on traffic to those areas. The Working Artist does not track what individual members read, but rather how well each page performs overall. This helps us continue to build a better service for you.

SHARING OF INFORMATION: The Working Artist uses the above-described information to tailor our content to suit your needs and help our music labels and advertisers better understand our customer's demographics. The Working Artist will not release any personally identifiable information relating to any customer.

CHILDREN PRIVACY: Registrants of The Working Artist service must be over the age of 18. The Working Artist’s web sites, products, and services are not developed for or directed at children. If you believe your child has provided The Working Artist with personally identifiable data, or registered a The Working Artist web site, and you would like to have them removed, please contact sends e-mail).