Last updated on September 13, 2018
We collect information from you in several ways. You directly provide us with some information about you, you authorize us to collect other types of information, and we automatically collect certain types of information. As described in the section “How We Protect Your Information,” after we collect your information, we undertake a process that is designed to de-identify this information, and we may further combine or aggregate this information with other information available to us or our trusted business partners. Once the information is processed, we use and/or share this data for research and business purposes, subject to applicable laws.
Information you provide to us: When you register for the Service, you provide us with basic contact information, such as name and email address. You may also provide us with information when you interact with us, such as:
From time to time we will request additional information from you so that we can provide you with a specific offer, function, or feature. We use the information that you provide us to:
We use this access to:
Specifically, we access information from transaction-related emails that you receive to develop and prepare market research datasets and analyses with the assistance of and, in combination with data that is available to, our parent company, our affiliate companies, and other trusted business partners. Examples of the transaction-related emails that we or our trusted business partners process include purchase receipts, sales receipts, delivery confirmations and returns, subscription confirmations and cancellations, registration confirmations, transaction summaries and the like. This market research is used by Fortune 500 companies, household name brands, and other businesses for purposes such as:
Information that we automatically collect. We may automatically collect information about the way that you use or interact with our Service so that we can:
The type of information we collect through automated means include technical details about the devices you use with our Service (such as IP address or other device identifier), usage information and statistics about your interaction with our websites, the URLs of our web pages that you visit, URLs of referring and exiting pages, page views, time spent on a page, number of clicks, platform type, and other information about how you use our Service.
Please note that if there are features of our Services that are provided by third parties, those parties also may use automated means of data collection that are subject to those third parties’ privacy notices and policies.
Here are some of the types of automated data collection that occur when you use our sites:
Web Browsers: When you visit one of our websites, your browser automatically sends us your Internet protocol (“IP”) address so that the web pages you request can be sent to your computer or device. We use your IP address to determine additional information, such as whether the computer or device has ever been used to visit our site before, which site features were used most often, and how much time was spent on a page.
Web Beacons and Log Files: We may use “web beacons” (also known as Internet tags, pixel tags, tracking pixels, and clear GIFs) on pages of our websites. These web beacons allow third parties to collect information such as the IP address of the device, the URL of the web page, the time the page was viewed, the type of browser used, and any additional information in cookies that may have been set by the third party. The information is typically collected in log files, which generally track traffic on our websites. We use web beacons to manage the content we present and for analytical purposes (such as understanding our users, and how they interact with our site, and assisting us in managing and improving our site and Service). We do not attempt to identify individual users through this information.
We share the information we collect to the following:
We may also disclose information about you:
Additionally, we reserve the right to transfer personal information we have about you in the event we sell or transfer all or a portion of our business or assets.
As described in the section “How We Protect Your Information,” after we collect your information, we undertake a process that is designed to de-identify this, and we may further combine or aggregate this information with other information available to us or our trusted business partners. Once the information is processed, we use and/or share this data for research and business purposes, subject to applicable laws.
Data security and privacy are a priority for us, and with the assistance of our parent company, our affiliated companies and other trusted business partners, we undertake a process that is designed to de-identify / aggregate the information that we collect, and we may further combine or aggregate this information with other information available to us or our trusted business partners. Once the information is processed, we use and/or share this data for research and business purposes, subject to applicable laws.
We maintain administrative, technical and physical safeguards to protect your personal information from accidental, unlawful or unauthorized destruction, loss, alteration, access, disclosure or use and other unlawful forms of processing. This said, no data transmissions through the Internet or via mobile devices, or even the physical transfer of information, can be guaranteed to be completely secure. We cannot fully eliminate all security risks associated with personal information. As such, we do not ensure or warrant the security of any data or information you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk.
In certain cases, you may have choices about how we use and disclose your personal information. For example, we will ask you before we use your personal information for any purpose incompatible with those purposes identified in this policy. If we provide you with any marketing messages, we also will give you an opportunity to opt out of receiving further messages.
You can also choose not to give us the information we request, as described in the “Information You Provide to Us” section of this policy. In some cases, if you decide not to provide information, we will not be able to provide you with access to the site you requested, or we may not be able to provide you with the service, feature or information you requested.
In some cases, you can stop or limit the information we collect by automated means. Please review the sections of this policy titled “Information Collected by Automated Means” to learn more about how you may be able to stop or limit our receipt of that information.
You may also exercise and amend your choices by sending an email to us as specified in the “How to Contact Us” section below.
We will provide you with the ability to access and update certain information we have about you, such as the contact information you provide as part of your registration process. Please submit your request by sending an email to the address specified in the “How to Contact Us” section below. Please include your name, email address and postal address in your request so that we may respond appropriately.
We may provide links to other sites for your convenience and information. These sites may be operated by organizations not affiliated with Unroll.me, so we cannot control and are not responsible for their content, operation, or privacy practices. Those organizations may have their own privacy policies, which we strongly suggest you review if you use other sites. This Notice does not apply to those sites, even if we link to them or they link to us.
As part of our international operations, we may transfer information about you to a jurisdiction where we do business. Even if those jurisdictions do not have the same privacy laws as the jurisdiction where you reside, we will treat your information as subject to the protections described in this policy.
Our service is currently not offered to individuals from the European Union, and we have discontinued service for individuals that may have signed up from the European Union.