Updated: June 06, 2017

PRIVACY POLICY

Your Privacy Is Important To Us, So We Have Created The Following Privacy Policy To Let You Know What Information We Collect When You Visit Our Web Sites And When We Serve Advertisements, Why We Collect It And How It Is Used.

Please Read This Privacy Policy Carefully Since By Visiting This Site You Agree To Be Bound By The Terms And Conditions Of This Privacy Policy And Our Website Terms And Conditions. BY USING THE SERVICE, YOU REPRESENT AND WARRANT THAT YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD, AND AGREE TO THE TERMS OF, THIS PRIVACY POLICY. IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND OR DO NOT AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THIS PRIVACY POLICY, YOU MUST IMMEDIATELY CEASE USING OR ACCESSING THE SERVICE.

I. INFORMATION WE COLLECT FROM VISITORS

During Your Visit To The Site, We And/Or Our Third Party Vendors May Collect Certain Information, As Follows:

Personally Identifiable Information
We Do Not Collect “Personally Identifiable Information” Or “PII” On Any Of Our Websites Except What Is Provided Via Registration And Contact Forms. PII Means Any Information That May Be Used To Identify An Individual, Including First And Last Name, Physical Address, Email Address, Or Telephone Number.

Non-Personally Identifiable Information
We Automatically Receive And Record Anonymous Information That Your Browser Sends Whenever You Visit Our Website. We Use Log Files To Collect Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses, Browser Type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), Referring/Exit Pages, Platform Type, Date/Time Stamp, One Or More Cookies That May Uniquely Identify Your Browser, And Responses By A Web Surfer To An Advertisement Delivered By Us. This Information May Be Stored On Our Systems For About One Year. We Use Technology, Including Technology From Its Third Party Advertising Vendors, Which Includes Cookies, “Web Beacons” And/Or “Action Tags.” A “Cookie” Is A Small Text File Stored By Your Browser On Your Computer When You Visit Our Network. A “Web Beacon” Or “Action Tag” Is A Small Image (Usually 1×1 Pixel) Embedded In A Web Page Or Email. We Use Cookies, Web Beacons And Action Tags To Collect Non-Personally Identifiable Data To Provide Better And More Relevant Services And Messages To That User. Cookies, Web Beacons And Action Tags Permit Us To Recognize Users And Avoid Repetitive Requests For The Same Information.

As A Rule, Non-Personally Identifiable Information Is Anonymous And Is Not Used To Identify A Specific Person.

Web Surfers May Elect Not To Provide Non-Personally Identifiable Information By Following The Cookie Opt-Out Procedures Set Forth In Section V Below.

II. HOW IS SUCH INFORMATION USED?
Personally Identifiable Information
When Provided, PII Is Used Only In Communication Directly To That Person, We Don’t Use Other Services For Email Or Solicitation, All Communication With Users Is From The Website System Or Staff.

Non-Personally Identifiable Information
We May Use Your Non-Personal Information In Order To Better Target Advertisements, To Provide Aggregate Reporting To Advertisers And Clients, And To Improve Our Advertising Systems And Products. We Use The Information To Analyze Site Usage, Administer The Site, Understand Usage And Navigation Trends In Aggregate, And Determine The Relevance Of Content. We May Also Share Non-Personally Identifiable Information With Our Subsidiaries And Third Party Partners For Similar Use.

III. ACCESS TO PII
We Do Not Collect PII Except That Which Is Voluntarily Submitted By The User. Access To User Data Is Limited To Those Individuals Directly Responsible For The Daily Operation Of The Website; Only Main Admins Are Able To View Specific Details In Your Account Unless You Make Them Visible Such As The Option To Hide Or Display Email Addresses To Other Members.

Your California Privacy Rights California Civil Code Section 1798.83, Also Known As The “Shine The Light” Law, Permits Our Users Who Are California Residents To Request And Obtain From Us Once A Year, Free Of Charge, Information About The Personal Information (If Any) We Disclosed To Third Parties For Direct Marketing Purposes In The Preceding Calendar Year. If Applicable, This Information Would Include A List Of The Categories Of Personal Information That Was Shared And The Names And Addresses Of All Third Parties With Which We Shared Information In The Immediately Preceding Calendar Year. If You Are A California Resident And Would Like To Make Such A Request, Please Submit Your Request In Writing To The Address Below.

IV. SECURITY
We Employ Commercially Reasonable Security Measures To Ensure The Security Of All Data. We Cannot, However, Ensure Or Warrant The Security Of Any Information You Transmit To Us And You Do So At Your Own Risk. Once We Receive Your Transmission Of Information, We Make Commercially Reasonable Efforts To Ensure The Security Of Our Systems. However, Please Note That This Is Not A Guarantee That Such Information May Not Be Accessed, Disclosed, Altered, Or Destroyed By Breach Of Any Of Our Physical, Technical, Or Managerial Safeguards.

V. CHOICE AND OPT-OUT
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
Our Advertising Partners May Be Members Of The Network Advertising Initiative And Work With Industry Leading Companies To Address Important Privacy And Consumer Protection Issues In Online Advertising. Note: Because Google Uses DoubleClick Ad Serving Technology, Cookies Placed By Google For Behavioral Advertising, Including The Opt Out Cookie, Will Appear As DoubleClick Cookies.

Third Party Vendors, Including Google, Use Cookies To Serve Ads Based On A User’s Prior Visits To This Website. Google’s Use Of The DART Cookie Enables It And Its Partners To Serve Ads To Users Based On Visits To This Site And/Or Other Sites On The Internet. Users May Opt Out Of The Use Of The DART Cookie By Visiting The Advertising Opt-Out Page. (Alternatively, You Can Opt Out Of A Third-Party Vendor’s Use Of Cookies By Visiting The Network Advertising Initiative Opt-Out Page.)

If You Prefer Not To Receive Behavioral Ads You May Opt-Out Of This Anonymous Ad Targeting. Please Note That If You Opt-Out Ad Companies May Continue To Collect Non-Personal Information In Connection With Ad Serving For Limited Reporting And Auditing Purposes. Examples Of These Include But Are Not Limited To Reporting Overall Advertising Performance, Geographic Activity, And Other Similar Analyses. Most Browsers Will Accept Cookies Unless You Change Your Browser Settings To Refuse Them And Opt-Out Of The Use Of Cookies And Those Of Our Third Party Advertising Technology Vendors.

Email Communications
Membership To This Site May Include An Automatic Option To Receive Email Communications From This Site From Time To Time. To Remove This Option From Your Account; Log In, Go To “Settings” And Uncheck Any Boxes Listed Under “Subscriptions”.

VI. CHILDREN’S PRIVACY AND SPAM
We Are Very Sensitive To The Issue Of Children’s Privacy And Make Every Effort To Protect The Privacy Of Children Using The Internet. Our Website, Products, And Services Are Not Developed For Or Directed At Children Under 13. For That Reason, We Do Not Knowingly Collect Or Maintain Information On The Website From Persons Under 13 Years Of Age.

VII. CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY
We May Find It Necessary Or Be Legally Obligated To Update This Privacy Policy From Time To Time. When We Do, We Will Post Those Changes On This Page And Update The Effective Date So That You Are Always Aware Of The Information We Collect, How We Use It, And Under What Circumstances We Disclose It. For All Other Changes, It Is Your Responsibility To Review This Privacy Policy Frequently As Well As The Terms Of Service To Remain Informed About Any Changes To Them, You Are Encouraged To Visit This Page Often. Your Continued Use Of This Website Constitutes Your Agreement To This Privacy Policy And Any Updates.

VIII. INMATE DATA
Access To Inmate Data Is Provided For Reference Purposes And Does Not Record Personally Identifying Information From The General Public. Records Have Been Collected And Are Displayed According To State Laws Concerning Public Records Of People Held In Correctional Facilities, Detainees, Inmates And Prisoners Including:
Alabama Open Records Law, Alaska Public Records Act, Arkansas Attorney General, Arizona Public Records Act, California Public Records Act, Colorado Open Records Law, Connecticut Freedom Of Information, Delaware Freedom Of Information Act , Florida Sunshine Law, Georgia Public Records Law, Hawaii Freedom Of Information Law ,Iowa Open Records Law, Idaho Public Records Law, Illinois Freedom Of Information Act, Indiana Commission On Public Records, Kansas Open Records, Kentucky Open Government, Louisiana Public Records Law, Massachusetts Government Access Division, Maryland Open Government, Maine Freedom Of Information Coalition, Michigan’s Freedom Of Information Act , Minnesota Public Data Act, Missouri Sunshine Law , Mississippi Freedom Of Information Act, Montana Open Records Law , North Carolina Public Records Law, North Dakota Open Records, Nebraska Records Statutes , New Hampshire Right To Know , New Jersey Open Public Records Act , New Mexico Public Records Acts , New York Freedom Of Information Law, Nevada Open Records Act, Ohio Sunshine Laws, Oklahoma Public Records Act, Oregon Public Records Laws,Pennsylvania Right-To-Know Law , Rhode Island Access To Public Records, South Carolina Freedom Of Information Act, South Dakota Openess, Tennessee Open Records Act , Texas Public Information Act, Utah Government Records Law, Virginia Freedom Of Information, Vermont Public Records Law, Washington Freedom Of Information Act,Wisconsin Public Records, West Virginia Administrative Code, Wyoming Public Records Act.

VIIII. REMOVAL OR MODIFICATIONS
To Remove or Modify A Listing In Our Records, A Person Must Provide Enough Information As To Identify The Exact Record To Be Removed Such As URL And Their Authorization To Make Such Requests and/or verify to email sent to the same email address of the record to be removed. Requests Of This Type May Be Sent By Email To SUPPORT at FREEPEOPLESEARCH dot US or Through The Contact Page Of This Website.