Last Updated: June 2018
2. INFORMATION WE COLLECT
We collect information from Visitors and Authorized Users when they access or interact with the Website or Services. Depending on the type and extent of interaction a Visitor or Authorized User has with the Website or Services, some of that information may include personally identifiable information. The ways we collect this information fall into two general categories: information that individuals provide to us directly and information that we collect automatically through use of the Website or the Services.
a. Information Provided to Us Directly
i. Registration Information. When an individual activates an account to use the Services, we collect certain information. That includes the individual’s name, address, telephone number, email address, and password to access the Services. When the individual has accessed the Services using a unique username/password combination, that individual becomes an Authorized User.
iii. Electronic Communications and Telephone Support. We may collect information that a Visitor or Authorized User chooses to share with us via electronic communications and telephone support, such as technical service or administrative requests, product inquiries, and the like. We use this information to understand and respond to questions and to improve our business processes and customer experience.
iv. Surveys and Questionnaires. From time to time at our discretion, we may invite Visitors and Authorized Users to participate in surveys or questionnaires. Participating in these outreach efforts is voluntary, but if an individual chooses to respond we may ask for personal information such as name, email address, or ZIP code. We use this information for internal analytical purposes.
b. Information We Collect Automatically Through Use of the Website or Services
We automatically collect information from Visitors and Authorized Users to understand how they use the Website and Services and how we can improve them. The information we automatically collect includes the following:
i. In General. We record the IP addresses of Visitors and Authorized Users, the time of their visit, and information regarding the browser and operating system of the device used. We also collect certain information about their use of the Website and Services, including actions taken on the Website and Services, pages visited, time spent on the Website and Services, and the like. Section 2(c) below describes how we collect this information.
ii. Mobile Device Users. When mobile devices access the Website or Services, in addition to the information described in Section 2(b)(i) above we may also collect the type of device used and other information about it, including geographic location and the manufacturer.
c. How We Collect Information Automatically
ii. Embedded Scripts. Embedded scripts are small programs that temporarily reside on a user’s computer and are typically deactivated or deleted when the individual leaves the Website or the Services. We use embedded scripts to collect information about Visitors’ and Authorized Users’ interactions with the Website and Services, such as what links are clicked.
iii. Third Party Content and Widgets. Our Website and Services may include third party widgets or other content from third parties. These third parties may use their own cookies or other web technologies to track the actions of visitors online over time or across different websites or platforms to deliver content to individuals, including targeted advertisements. We do not have access to or otherwise control the cookies or other technologies these third parties may use, and we are not responsible for their privacy policies. For more information about how tracking works for advertising purposes on the internet, visit www.aboutads.info/choices. Some third party advertising companies provide mechanisms to opt out of their tracking technologies. For more information about this opt out process, visit the Network Advertising Initiative website at www.networkadvertising.org/choices.
3. HOW WE USE INFORMATION
4. SHARING AND DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION
We may share certain information with third parties in the following circumstances.
a. Employees and Other Related Parties, Contractors, Processors, and Service Providers
We will share information with our employees, contractors, affiliates, distributors, dealers, vendors, and suppliers that provide certain services to us or on our behalf, such as operating and supporting the Website or the Services, conducting data analytics, providing customer service, or performing marketing or consulting services. These entities will only have access to the minimum information necessary for them to perform the tasks we have asked them to carry out on our behalf, and will be bound by appropriate nondisclosure provisions in our contracts with them.
b. In Connection With Business Transfers, Bankruptcy, or Other Corporate Events
We may disclose or transfer information to a third party in the case of a sale, merger, joint venture, assignment, transfer, or other disposition of all or any portion of our business, assets, or stocks; as part of a corporate restructuring; or as part of bankruptcy proceedings. Such disclosures or transfers may occur as part of the transactions themselves or prior to anticipated transactions as part of due diligence processes and investigations. In such cases, we will enter into nondisclosure agreements with the relevant parties to protect against unauthorized disclosure of information we provide to them.
c. Responding to Legal Process and Preventing Harm
There may be times when we use, share, or disclose information (a) if required to do so by law (e.g., in response to valid search warrants, subpoenas, or other legal process); (b) if we believe disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect against suspected illegal or fraudulent activity; (c) to protect the safety, property, and other rights or interests of Remine, our service providers, Visitors, Authorized Users, or the general public; or (d) to enforce our agreements with Visitors and Authorized Users, defend against legal claims, pursue available legal remedies, or limit damages that we may otherwise sustain.
d. Aggregated Information
We may share aggregated information relating to Visitors or Authorized Users with third parties for research or analytic purposes. Such information will not include individually identifiable information, and we will enter into nondisclosure agreements with those third parties to protect against unauthorized disclosure of the aggregated information we provide to them.
5. INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETENTION
We will retain information about Visitors and Authorized Users for as long as needed to provide the Services, comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements, or as required or permitted under applicable law.
6. INFORMATION SECURITY
We use reasonable technical, organizational, and administrative measures to protect the information we collect and store against destruction, accidental loss, damage, or unauthorized or unlawful processing. We believe that these measures are reasonably adapted and tailored to the nature of the information in our custody. Because no method of transmission over the internet or electronic storage is entirely effective and error-proof, we cannot guarantee and do not warrant the security of any information we collect.
7. CHOICES ABOUT YOUR INFORMATION
a. Accessing, Changing, and Managing Your Information
If you are an Authorized User, you may update or correct the information you have provided by logging into your Service account and making the applicable changes.
b. Choices Regarding Marketing
You may opt out of receiving marketing emails from us by following the opt out instructions contained in the emails themselves or by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will comply with your request as soon as reasonably practicable. Please note that Authorized Users cannot opt out from receiving administrative email messages regarding use of the Services.
8. THIRD PARTY LINKS AND THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
The Website and Services may contain links to third party websites or services that operate under different terms and privacy policies than those applicable to our Website and Services. We encourage you to read the terms and privacy policies for each such third party, because they will apply to you when you visit them. We have no control over these third party sites and services and we make no warranties about their content, completeness, accuracy, or quality. We are not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content or service available on or through such third party website or service.
9. CHILDREN’S PRIVACY
The Services are provided only for users eighteen years of age and older. By accessing the Website or using the Services, you represent that you are at least eighteen years old. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of eighteen. If we become aware that a child has provided us with personal information, we will delete that information. Parents who have questions about personal information that a child may have submitted should contact us as set forth below in Section 13, “How to Contact Us.”
10. CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS – CALIFORNIA PRIVACY RIGHTS AND DISCLOSURES
a. Third Party Sharing
We will not share any personal information about you with third parties for their direct marketing purposes, to the extent prohibited by California law, unless you agree otherwise in writing in advance of such sharing.
b. Do Not Track
Internet browsers provide the ability to inform operators of online services that individuals using that browser do not want certain information about their online activities to be collected over time or across different websites or online services. The internet industry, however, has not yet agreed on what ‘do not track’ means in practice, how compliance with ‘do not track’ requests would be measured or evaluated, or a common approach to responding to a ‘do not track’ signal. Consequently, due to this absence of standardization, we have not yet developed features that would recognize or respond to browser-specific ‘do not track’ signals. To find out more about ‘do not track,’ visit www.allaboutdnt.com.
11. NON-UNITED STATES RESIDENTS – CONSENT TO TRANSFER OF INFORMATION
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