We collect two types of information: (1) information you provide that personally identifies you; and (2) information that is automatically transferred when you interact with our sites that is not personally identifiable.
Personally Identifiable Information (PII): PII includes any information which may be used to specifically identify you, such as your name, email address, mailing address or phone number. Your PII is collected when you decide to register with us, or when you decide to provide feedback through our Voice of Subscriber platform.
Non Personally Identifiable Information (Non-PII): Non-PII is any information that does not personally identify you, such as IP address, the type of browser you are using, operating system, ISP, site visits, duration of visits, referring sites, etc.
The PII and Non-PII you submit to us is used to provide or improve upon the quality of services delivered to you, better understand your needs and serve you, in addition to other areas related to the context in which the information was provided. We may disclose this information to:
Communicate with you about the content of the information you have submitted.
Third parties who assist us with performing essential functions related to the operations of our service, such as, hosting, data storage, security, research, processing credit cards, marketing, fulfillment, etc.
Brands using our Voice of Subscriber platform to receive your feedback.
Other individuals where you choose to allow your feedback to be made public.
Other third parties as required by law, to protect your rights and ours, or should we enter into a merger, acquisition or sale of the company.
Cookies are small text files that are stored by your Internet browser on your computer’s hard drive. They are used to improve the overall experience of websites by recognizing your password and preferences, monitoring site usage, and customizing your experience. Each cookie is uniquely assigned and can only be read by a webserver in the domain that issued the cookie. These cookies are not capable of harming your computer in any way.
To protect the security of your personal data, we follow specific physical, electronic and administrative procedures such as using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, which encrypts the transmission of your personal data. We also use secure hosting locations with 24x7 security monitoring, controlled access, and firewall protection. While no method of transmission over the Internet can be 100% secure, we make all reasonable efforts to ensure your data is reliable and only available for its intended use.
If you have any questions regarding our privacy policies, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated November 11th, 2015