Our Commitment to Your Privacy and the CCPA
Last updated: December, 2019
We at nSightful are constantly striving to provide excellent service to you while building a long-lasting relationship with you.
To achieve these goals, we occasionally need information about you when you visit our site. When you visit our Web sites, you may be providing nSightful with information about your visit on two levels: (1) Statistics collected as you browse our Web sites. (2) Organizational and personal information you knowingly give us.
Because nSightful respects your right to privacy, we want you to be aware of how we handle this information.
We assure you that we DO NOT…
Provide or sell the names and addresses of our customers or site users to outside or third party companies.
- Take necessary data security precautions to safeguard customers’ information from unauthorized access.
- Collect, maintain and use customer information as necessary to provide the most helpful and targeted products and services to meet customers’
- Honor customers’ requests to remove their names from our telephone or mail solicitation lists in a timely manner.
- Maintain confidentiality of customer information when undertaking projects with other companies.
Statistics Collected as You Browse Our Web Site
As you browse our Web site, our Web servers collect information about your visit, not about you personally. Via Web server logs, we monitor statistics such as:
- How many people visit our Web sites.
- Which pages people visit on our Web sites.
- From which domains our visitors come (e.g., “yahoo.com” or “google.com”).
- Which browsers people use to visit our Web sites.
While we gather this information, none of it is associated with you as an individual. We use these statistics to improve our Web sites, to monitor their performance, and to make it easier for you and other visitors to use.
Organizational and Personal Information You Knowingly Give Us.
Within our Web sites, you may be asked to give us personal or organizational information in order to purchase or receive information about a product or service. This information may range from your generic zip code, to your specific phone number, product, e-mail address, organization, or mailing address.
Your IP Address and Host Name
nSightful web sites log Host Names (or IP addresses when the Host Name is not available) for systems administration and security purposes. These logs are monitored and analyzed to maintain systems and information security and allow us to constantly improve the value and the availability of the Web content. We encourage all visitors to register with nSightful, although registration is not required, except for access to our premium content areas. The registration forms require users to give us accurate contact information (like name and email address) and references that help us better serve you.
Your name and email address may be used to send you information about our company, product updates, special offers, and newsletters. Simply contact nSightful to opt out of receiving communications.
All information provided by visitors to nSightful websites is protected by strict safeguards designed to ensure that unauthorized access, use, proliferation, and alteration is prevented.
Disclosure of Personal Information
nSightful may disclose Personal Information if (a) required to do so by law or pursuant to a court order, or (b) in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to protect the rights, personal safety, or property of nSightful, its Web site, its users, or the public. nSightful may also disclose personal information with the user’s consent, whether by opt-in, opt-out, or other form of consent.
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Opt-out Policy and Procedure
Our Web sites provide users with the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications from us at the point where we request information about the visitor.
Upon request nSightul will: Allow any visitor to “opt out” of further promotional contacts. Use reasonable efforts to allow visitors to update/correct personal information previously submitted which he/she states is erroneous to the extent such activities will not compromise privacy or security interests, and Initiate reasonable efforts to functionally suppress the visitor and his/her personal information from its database.
Visitors should be aware that it might be impossible to completely suppress erroneous information or a visitor’s personal information without some residual information remaining in its database because of backups and records of deletions.
As a leading data aggregator, nSightful ensures its data solutions comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations.
While nSightful already has a robust process in place to manage opt-outs and deletions, we have revisited this process to ensure it meets the requirements of CCPA, including the management of opt-outs that are received from third parties acting on behalf of a consumer.
The CCPA requires consumer access for three types of information: (i) data collected, (ii) data sold, and (iii) data disclosed. Covered businesses must be able to provide California consumers who make access requests a report showing the categories of personal information and “specific pieces of information” for the data the business has collected, and the categories of personal information and third parties for the data it has sold or disclosed. nSightful has developed a process that will allow us to track such information across our data solutions.
As an added note, nSightful is not a compiler so we do not collect any California data. However, as an aggregator we do resale California data compiled by other firms. Finally, we do not keep any sensitive personal data, i.e. account numbers, social security numbers, credit card numbers, web visit or tracking information.
What is CCPA?
The CCPA applies to any company that does business in California for a profit, that collects personal information from a California resident; and that either: (i) has annual gross revenue over $25 million; (ii) annually buys, sells, receives, or shares for a commercial purpose the personal information of 50,000 or more consumers, households, or devices; or (iii) derives 50% or more of its annual revenues from selling consumer’s personal information. The law is not limited to information collected electronically or over the Internet, but applies to the collection and sale of all personal information.
For “Do Not Sell My Info” requests, either send an email to sales@nSightful.com or contact us at 866-249-1977.
Changes to Policy
Content Information available on the nSightful Web site.
nSightful uses publicly available sources for the information displayed in the Web site. These sources may include, but are not limited to, sources such as the national white and yellow page directories.
nSightful is a member of the Direct Marketing Association and conforms to their self-regulatory guidelines. Updates of the Privacy Statement: We recommend that you review this Privacy Statement periodically, as nSightul may update it from time to time.
If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement, please contact nSightful via email. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your patronage.