Last Revised: August, 2023

Summit Solutions ("Morning News Brief," "we," or "us") is the owner and operator of (i) the Site (as such term is defined in the Terms of Service for the Site); (ii) the Morning News Brief Mobile Application (the “App”); and (iii) the Platform (as defined in the Terms of Use for the Platform), and is the provider of the Services. Morning News Brief respects your privacy, and this privacy policy (the "Policy") elucidates how we collect, use, and disclose your information when you access the Site, the App, and the Platform, use the Services, purchase or obtain other products or services from us, or otherwise engage or interact with us, be it in person or electronically. Capitalized terms that are not defined in this Policy are construed as per their definition in the relevant Terms of Service or Terms of Use. BY ACCESSING THE SITE, THE APP, THE PLATFORM, UTILIZING ANY OF THE SERVICES, AND/OR REGISTERING WITH US, YOU INDICATE THAT YOU HAVE READ, UNDERSTOOD, AND AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THIS POLICY, INCLUDING OUR TERMS OF SERVICE AND/OR TERMS OF USE, AS APPLICABLE, WHICH ARE INCORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE.

Types of Information Collected

Personal Information

Morning News Brief may request some or all of the following types of information that may be identifiable to you when you register for our App, the Platform, or other Services, access various content or features, directly contact the Site, or engage or interact with us in any form: (i) contact details, such as your email address and name; (ii) your age; and (iii) information needed to authenticate yourself or your account if, at our sole discretion, we believe you might be breaching site policies or for other reasons we consider necessary (collectively "Personal Information"). We do not gather any Personal Information from you when you use the Site, the App, Platform, or Services unless you willingly provide it. You bear the responsibility for ensuring the accuracy of all Personal Information you provide to Morning News Brief.

Additionally, we gather and store the Personal Information you willingly provide when registering with us or when uploading or posting User Content through the Site, the App, or Services. If you are logged into your Tumblr, Twitter, or Facebook account and you "like" or "comment" on Morning News Brief Content (for instance, articles on our blog) or other User Content, your Tumblr, Twitter, or Facebook username will be visible to the public. You acknowledge that your username, likes, feedback, and any related comments can become public information. We, therefore, recommend exercising discretion when choosing to share any Personal Information on the Site, the App, or via the Services.

Moreover, should you opt to purchase or subscribe to the App or a feature or Services of Morning News Brief that comes with a Fee, you will need to furnish us with your billing details, which include but are not limited to bank account numbers, credit or debit card numbers, account specifics, ACH data, and other related information (collectively, "Billing Information").

Non-Personal Information

Morning News Brief may gather additional data you voluntarily provide to us through the Platform or when you engage or interact with us in any capacity, such as household income range, personal interests, and any of your preferences for products or services (“Other Information”).

Cookies and Other Technologies:

We might use cookies and other technologies like web beacons (also known as "clear gifs" and "pixel tags") to identify you, personalize your experience, and deliver ads. Cookies are tiny files placed on your computer that allow us to count the number of visitors to Morning News Brief and differentiate between repeat visitors and newcomers. They also let us save User preferences and monitor User trends. Additionally, we might allow advertisers and ad servers to display third-party products and/or services by placing ads on Morning News Brief. Such advertisers and ad servers might use cookies and/or web beacons to track information related to the ads they serve. These cookies enable the ad server to recognize your computer every time they send you an online ad, gathering information about you or others who use your computer. This information lets ad networks, among other things, serve ads they deem most likely to interest you. This Policy addresses the use of cookies by Morning News Brief and doesn't extend to cookies used by advertisers. If you prefer not to have cookies placed in your browser, you can opt out by adjusting your browser settings to reject cookies or to alert you when a site attempts to place a cookie in your browser. If you decide to disable cookies, you can still access the Site, the App, the Platform, and the Services, though some features might be impacted.

Information Collected Automatically:
We automatically obtain and store data such as your IP address, the URLs of sites that directed you to Morning News Brief or that you navigate to after leaving Morning News Brief, your browser type and language, access times, the content of any undiscarded cookies accepted from us previously, your operating system, your mobile service provider, your mobile device, and your ISP. This information helps us better comprehend how visitors use the Site, the App, and the Platform, allowing us to analyze trends, manage the website, counteract fraud, and compile broad demographic data.

Our Use of Your Information

Our primary objective in gathering both Personal Information and other data is to offer you a secure, streamlined, efficient, and personalized experience. By using our services, you consent to our use of your information to:

We will not share mobile-related data with third-party entities or affiliates for marketing or promotional endeavors. All mentioned categories exclude text messaging originator opt-in data and consent; such information will remain confidential and will not be distributed to any third parties.

Our Disclosure of Your Information

Morning News Brief (Summit Solutions) values your trust, and we aim to make clear when and with whom your collected information might be shared. In alignment with relevant laws and regulations, we may share Personal Information, Billing Information, and Non-Personal Information to meet legal mandates, uphold our guidelines, address claims that content infringes others' rights, or safeguard rights, assets, or security.

Your information can be used and/or shared in the following ways, and you authorize its use and/or sharing in these instances:

If you wish to opt out of our marketing communications or ad-customization schemes, kindly indicate your choice or follow the guidelines provided within the communication or advertisement.

No Spam or Spyware

Spam is strictly prohibited by our Terms of Service at Morning News Brief. Should you encounter any incidents of spamming or unauthorized communications from other users, kindly report to us at founders@writerscafes.com. We reserve the right to investigate such matters and take appropriate action.

Account Protection

We prioritize the protection of your information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, alteration, or destruction. However, Internet transmissions and data storage methods cannot guarantee 100% security. Morning News Brief cannot ensure the safety of your transmitted information or vouch for the infallibility of user data storage on our platforms against breaches. Especially, emails sent to us might not be secure. Hence, exercise caution regarding what information you send via email.

Our platforms are hosted on servers in the United States. If you're accessing from outside the United States, your information will be transferred to the U.S. By using our services, you consent to this transfer.

Email Communications

We might send you Morning News Brief’ updates and promotional emails. The emails we send can track your interactions with them. When you email us or provide feedback, we collect your email and its content.

If you wish to opt out of promotional emails, follow the provided unsubscribe link or contact us at founders@writerscafes.com. However, transactional emails related to your account can't be opted out of.

Third Parties

This policy primarily concerns the information we collect from you. For information you share with third parties on our platforms or elsewhere online, different privacy practices might apply. We don't control third-party privacy policies and aren't responsible for data we don't collect. Always be cautious when sharing information.

NOTE: Instructors or experts on our platform are independent third parties, not Morning News Brief employees. Therefore, we can't control the l information you willingly share with them.


Children's privacy is vital. Morning News Brief doesn't knowingly gather information from those below 13 years old. Parents and guardians should monitor their children's online activities. Should you suspect a child under 13 has shared personal data with us, please get in touch, and we'll aim to remove it.

Changes to this Policy

We can modify this policy at any time. Changes will be reflected on our site, so regular checks are recommended. Information collected will always be managed by the policy in effect at that time.

How to Contact Us

To request or update your personal information with Morning News Brief, reach out to privacy@writerscafes.com.