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COLLECTING AND USING INFORMATION General Practices
Server Logs. We automatically collect information created by your visits to our website and use of our app, your use of NeighborING, and your interaction with the messages we send. This information may include the browser you are using, the URLs you came from and go to, the model of your computer or mobile device, the operating system version, IP address and protocol used by your computer or mobile device, your mobile device or app identifier, and usage and browsing habits. We use this information to provide and improve our Services, to diagnose and resolve problems, to analyze trends, to help target offers and other ads (if and where applicable), to monitor aggregate usage, and to gather broad (aggregate) demographic information.Cookies, Web Beacons and Similar Technologies. Like most online service providers, we use “cookies” – small data files with unique identifiers that are stored on your computer or mobile device — as well as web beacons and similar technologies. Some come from us, some come from our service providers, and some are placed by third parties. We use these technologies to enable features, recognize you, understand how you interact with NeighborING, improve NeighborING, and to protect you, other users and NeighborING. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. You can configure your browser to reject cookies, but doing so will prevent you from logging into our website. Our systems are not configured to accept browsers’ Do Not Track signals.
Receiving Invitations. Existing NeighborING members may invite you to join the service via postal mail, email, SMS/text message or other ways. NeighborING may help members extend these invitations (which may include reminders) by requesting access to the member’s email or other contacts or asking the inviting member to provide the invited person’s email or postal street address. If you aren’t a member, you can opt-out of future email invitations or reminders or ask us to amend or delete any personal information about you, by contacting us. Please note that NeighborING may also extend invitations itself by direct-mailing postcards to potential new members; to help extend those invitations, we gather information from third-party sources, such as general census data or postal address change information, to identify residential addresses.
Deactivation, Reactivation and Deletion
While your account is active, you can delete individual Content items at any time, except for private messages sent by you, which cannot be deleted. You can deactivate through your account settings with immediate effect; to request reactivation, you simply log back in to NeighborING and indicate that you wish to reactivate. To delete your account, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org; account deletion may take up to ninety (90) days.Account deactivation will end all email notifications, and you will no longer appear in our directory or map. Remaining Content items will link to a limited user profile that includes your name and photo. We may notify other users of your departure and give you an opportunity to inform them.Account deletion also ends all email notifications; you will no longer appear in our directory or map. (Note: Because deletion removes your account information from our systems, you may in the future receive new invitations to join NeighborING.) Account deletion will result in the deletion of all of your previously posted Content and all data relevant to you except that: (a) private messages may remain visible to the recipient but attributed anonymously (e.g., “A Member”); (b) we may retain minimal account records to the extent necessary for legal, safety, or other legitimate reasons. We may notify other users of your departure. Account deletion cannot be undone.
SHARING AND DISCLOSING INFORMATION
Contractors/Service Providers. Third-party contractors and service providers may have limited access to your personal information in the course of providing services for NeighborING. Some of NeighborING’s functionality is operated by third-party service providers (such as mapping features provided by Google, Inc.), so we may share your information with them to enable them to provide this functionality.Our “Corporate Family.” NeighborING Inc. is the company that provides NeighborING in the United States. As we grow and NeighborING becomes available in more countries, we may expand our corporate family by establishing local subsidiaries or other affiliates in these countries as needed to help us provide NeighborING there. If you have questions about the NeighborING family of companies, contact us. To help provide, maintain, and improve NeighborING, we may share your personal information among our corporate family. Upon or in anticipation of the acquisition of our company and/or all or part of its assets, your personal information may be transferred.Legal and Safety Reasons. We may retain, preserve, or share your personal information if we have a good-faith belief that (a) we are legally required to do so in response to a legal request (e.g., a subpoena, search warrant, or court order) or (b) that it is necessary or appropriate to do so to defend or enforce our rights, to enforce our Member Agreement or any other agreements we have with you, or to prevent physical injury or other harm to any person or entity, including yourself and members of the general public.Posts by agency (government entity) accounts and your replies to those posts may be subject to laws mandating public access to government records (such as the Freedom of Information Act/FOIA or state “sunshine” laws).
OTHER THINGS FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND
21292 Hillside Court,
Lake Forest, CA 92630.
Phone: 949 - 322 - 4923
Last updated: October 3, 2017