|In App Purchases: From time to time, Accident-Diagram may offer additional products and services for purchase through the App Store or other application platforms (“in app purchases”). If you choose to make an in app purchase, you will be prompted to enter details for your account with the mobile platform you are using (e.g., Apple, Android, etc.) (“your IAP Account”), and your IAP Account will be charged for the in app purchase in accordance with the terms disclosed to you at the time of purchase as well as the general terms for in app purchases that apply to your IAP Account. In app purchases may include a free trial period. At the end of the free trial period, you will be charged the price of the subscription and will continue to be charged until you cancel your subscription. To avoid any charges, you must cancel before the end of the trial period. If you purchase an auto-recurring periodic subscription through an in app purchase, your IAP Account will be billed continuously for the subscription until you cancel in accordance with the platform terms. In all cases, please refer to the terms of your application platform which apply to your in app purchases.
1. Collection of Information
1.1 Survey Information.
Accident Diagram collects information from individuals by various methods, including, but not limited to, when an individual voluntarily completes an Accident Diagram survey, order form, or a registration page either online or offline, or by means of online or offline surveys, order forms, or registration pages operated by third parties (collectively, a “Survey”). (As used herein, “online” means using the Internet, including the Websites, and related technologies, and “offline” means by methods other than online, including in person, in the postal mail, using telephones and cell phones, and other similar means.) In the Surveys, Accident Diagram or a third party (a “Third Party”) may ask an individual to provide various information to Accident Diagram, which may include his or her name, email address, street address, zip code, telephone numbers (including cell phone numbers and carriers), birth date, gender, salary range, education and marital status, occupation, social security number, employment information, personal and online interests, and such other information as may be requested from time to time (together, “Survey Information”). Accident Diagram may also collect information concerning an individual from another source and uses that information in combination with information provided from this web site. Completing the Surveys is completely voluntary, and individuals are under no obligation to provide Survey Information to Accident Diagram or Third Party, but an individual may receive incentives from Accident Diagram or a Third Party in exchange for providing Survey Information to Accident Diagram.
1.2 Third Party List Information.
Accident Diagram collects information from individuals when an individual provides information to a third party and Accident Diagram subsequently purchases, licenses, or otherwise acquires the information from the third party (the “Seller”). Such purchased information may include, but is not limited to, an individual’s name, email address, street address, zip code, telephone numbers (including cell phone numbers and carriers), birth date, gender, salary range, education and marital status, occupation, industry of employment, personal and online interests, and such other information as the individual may have provided to the Seller (together, “Third Party List Information”). When acquiring Third Party List Information, Accident Diagram seeks assurances from the Seller that the Seller has a right to transfer the Third Party List Information to Accident Diagram and that the Seller has a right to provide offers from advertisers to the individuals whose personal information is included on the Seller’s list.
1.3 Other Information.
Other occasions when Accident Diagram obtains information from individuals include (1) when an individual is making a claim for a prize or seeking to redeem an incentive offered by Accident Diagram or by a third party, (2) when an individual requests assistance through Accident Diagram’ customer service department, and (3) when an individual voluntarily subscribes to a Accident Diagram service or newsletter (together, “Other Information”).
1.4 Cookies, Web Beacons, and Other Info Collected Using Technology.
Accident Diagram currently uses cookie and web beacon technology to associate certain Internet-related information about an individual with information about the individual in our database. Additionally, Accident Diagram may use other new and evolving sources of information in the future (together, “Technology Information”).
A cookie is a small amount of data stored on the hard drive of the individual’s computer that allows Accident Diagram to identify the individual with his or her corresponding data that resides in Accident Diagram’ database. You may read more about cookies at http://cookiecentral.com. Individuals who use the Websites need to accept cookies in order to use all of the features and functionality of the Websites.
(b) Web Beacons.
A web beacon is programming code that can be used to display an image on a web page (by using an programming function — see http://truste.org for more information), but can also be used to transfer an individual’s unique user identification (often in the form of a cookie) to a database and associate the individual with previously acquired information about an individual in a database. This allows Accident Diagram to track certain web sites an individual visits online. Web beacons are used to determine products or services an individual may be interested in, and to track online behavioral habits for marketing purposes. For example, Accident Diagram might place, with the consent of a third party website, a web beacon on the third party’s website where fishing products are sold. When John Doe , an individual listed in Accident Diagram database, visits the fishing website, Accident Diagram receives notice by means of the web beacon that John Doe visited the fishing site, and Accident Diagram would then update John Doe’s profile with the information that John Doe is interested in fishing. Accident Diagram may thereafter present offers of fishing related products and services to John Doe . In addition to using web beacons on web pages, Accident Diagram also uses web beacons in email messages sent to individuals listed in Accident Diagram database.
(c) New Technology.
The use of technology on the Internet, including cookies and web beacons, is rapidly evolving, as is Accident Diagram use of new and evolving technology. As a result, Accident Diagram strongly encourages individuals to revisit this policy for any updates regarding its use of technology.
1.5 Outside Information.
Accident Diagram may receive information about individuals from third parties or from other sources of information outside of Accident Diagram including information located in public databases (“Outside Information”).
1.6 Individual Information.
As used herein, Individual Information means Survey Information, Third Party List Information, Other Information, Technology Information, and Outside Information, and any other information Accident Diagram gathers or receives about individuals.
1.7 No Information Collected from Children.
Accident Diagram will never knowingly collect any personal information about children under the age of 13. If Accident Diagram obtains actual knowledge that it has collected personal information about a child under the age of 13, that information will be immediately deleted from our database. Because it does not collect such information, Accident Diagram has no such information to use or to disclose to third parties. Accident Diagram has designed this policy in order to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”).
2. Use of Individual Information
2.1 Discretion to Use Information.
THE COMPANY MAY USE INDIVIDUAL INFORMATION FOR ANY LEGALLY PERMISSIBLE PURPOSE IN COMPANY’S SOLE DISCRETION.
The following paragraphs in Section 2 describe how Accident Diagram currently uses Individual Information, but Accident Diagram may change or broaden its use at any time. As noted below, Accident Diagram may update this policy from time to time. Accident Diagram may use Individual Information to provide promotional offers to individuals by means of email advertising, telephone marketing, direct mail marketing, online banner advertising, and package stuffers, among other possible uses.
Accident Diagram uses Individual Information to provide promotional offers by email to individuals. Accident Diagram may maintain separate email lists for different purposes. If email recipients wish to end their email subscription from a particular list, they need to follow the instructions at the end of each email message to unsubscribe from the particular list. To unsubscribe from all Accident Diagram email lists, a person must send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.2(a) Content of Email Messages.
In certain commercial email messages sent by Accident Diagram, an advertiser’s name will appear in the “From:” line but hitting the “Reply” button will cause a reply email to be sent to Accident Diagram. The “Subject:” line of Accident Diagram email messages will usually contain a line provided from the advertiser to Accident Diagram.
2.2(b) Solicited Email.
Accident Diagram only sends email to individuals who have agreed on the Websites to receive email from Accident Diagram or to individuals who have agreed on third party websites to receive email from third parties such as Accident Diagram. Accident Diagram does not send unsolicited email messages. As a result, statutes requiring certain formatting for unsolicited email are not applicable to Accident Diagram’ email messages.
2.3 Targeted Advertising.
Accident Diagram uses Individual Information to target advertising to an individual. When an individual is using the Internet, Accident Diagram uses Technology Information (see also Section 2.5 below) to associate an individual with that person’s Individual Information, and Accident Diagram attempts to show advertising for products and services in which the person has expressed an interest in the Surveys, indicated an interest by means of Technology Information, and otherwise. Accident Diagram may, at its discretion, target advertising by using email, direct mail, telephones, cell phones, and other means of communication to provide promotional offers.
2.4 Direct Mail and Telemarketing.
Accident Diagram uses Individual Information to advertise, directly or indirectly, to individuals using direct mail marketing or telemarketing using telephones and cell phones.
2.5 Use of Technology Information.
Accident Diagram uses Technology Information (1) to match a person’s Survey Information and Third Party List Information to other categories of Individual Information to make and improve profiles of individuals, (2) to track a person’s online browsing habits on the Internet, (3) to determine which areas of Accident Diagram’ web sites are most frequently visited. This information helps Accident Diagram to better understand the online habits of individuals so that Accident Diagram can target advertising and promotions to them.
2.6 Profiles of Individuals.
Accident Diagram uses Individual Information to make a profile of an individual. A profile can be created by combining Survey Information and Third Party List Information with other sources of Individual Information such as information obtained from public databases.
2.7 Storage of Individual Information.
Accident Diagram stores the Individual Information in a database on Accident Diagram computers. Our computers have security measures (such as a firewall) in place to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under Accident Diagram’ control. Notwithstanding such measures, Accident Diagram cannot guarantee that its security measures will prevent Accident Diagram computers from being illegally accessed, and the Individual Information on them stolen or altered.
3. Dissemination of Individual Information
3.1 Sale or Transfer to Third Parties.
Accident Diagram MAY SELL OR TRANSFER INDIVIDUAL INFORMATION TO THIRD PARTIES FOR ANY PURPOSE IN Accident Diagram’ SOLE DISCRETION.
3.2 Order Fulfillment.
Accident Diagram will transfer Individual Information to third parties when necessary to provide a product or service that a person orders from such third party while using Accident Diagram web sites or when responding to offers provided by Accident Diagram.
3.3 Legal Process.
Accident Diagram may disclose Individual Information to respond to subpoenas, court orders, and other legal processes.
3.4 Summary Data.
Accident Diagram may sell or transfer non-individualized information, such as summary or aggregated anonymous information about all persons or sub-groups of persons.
Individuals have access to their Individual Information collected to provide an opportunity for an individual to correct, amend, or delete such information. Access can be obtained by contacting email@example.com. Accident Diagram may also grant advertising clients and email services providers’ access to an individual’s email address to verify the origin of the Individual Information collected.
4. Privacy Practices of Third Parties
4.1 Advertiser cookies and web beacons.
Advertising agencies, advertising networks, and other companies (together, “Advertisers”) who place advertisements on the Websites and on the Internet generally may use their own cookies, web beacons, and other technology to collect information about individuals. Accident Diagram does not control Advertisers’ use of such technology and Accident Diagram has no responsibility for the use of such technology to gather information about individuals.
The Websites and email messages sometimes contain hypertext links to the web sites of third parties. Accident Diagram is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such other web sites. Linked web sites may contain links to web sites maintained by third parties. Such links are provided for your convenience and reference only. Accident Diagram does not operate or control in any respect any information, software, products or services available on such third party web sites. The inclusion of a link to a web site does not imply any endorsement of the services or the site, its contents, or its sponsoring organization.
4.3 Affiliated Companies.
Accident Diagram may disclose, transfer, and sell Individual Information to entities affiliated with Accident Diagram in Accident Diagram’ discretion.
5. Unsubscribe Procedures
If you wish to discontinue receiving email messages from Accident Diagram, you have several options:
(a) Unsubscribe from one email list.
To unsubscribe from a particular list, either (1) send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or (2) follow the instructions in each promotional email message sent by Accident Diagram.
(b) Unsubscribe from all of Accident Diagram email lists.
We reserve the right to add Individual Information to multiple lists maintained by Accident Diagram. To globally unsubscribe from all of Accident Diagram’ lists, send an email to email@example.com.
For more information about protecting your privacy, you may wish to visit: www.ftc.gov
If you have questions about this policy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org