Responses

No. Google will notify you before any change if the changes are “significant.”

No. Your personal information isn’t used differently without providing notification and obtaining consent.

No. Notice of changes to Data Use Policy will be published on the page and on the Facebook Site Governance Page. Further, prominent notice will be made if changes are material.

No. Yahoo! may update their privacy policy. Users will be notified about significant changes in how the company treats personal information by email or by a prominent notice on their site.

No. “Material” changes to the policy are announced on the site or sent to your email.

No. Google will notify you before any change if the changes are “significant.”

Yes. “Instagram may modify or update this Privacy Policy from time to time, so please review it periodically. We may provide you additional forms of notice of modifications or updates as appropriate under the circumstances. Your continued use of Instagram or the Service after any modification to this Privacy Policy will constitute your acceptance of such modification.”

No. If there are significant changes in the way they treat personal information, or in the Privacy Policy document itself, a notice will be displayed on the LinkedIn website or an email will be sent out.

Yes. The Policy may be updated or amended at any time. The revised policy will be posted on Privacy Policy page for you to review.

 

No. If Policy is changed, the changes are posted on http://www.meetup.com/privacy, on the Meetup homepage, or other places deemed appropriate. If Meetup makes material changes, a prominent notice for members and others will occur, in some cases the company will also email members.

 

No. Updated policies are posted to the site.

No. If Privacy Policy is changed, Nexopia will post any changes on the site and “provide notification so that users will always be aware of what changes have been made to how information is collected, used and disclosed.”

No.

No. Any changes are advertised on the site.

No information provided.

Yes. Continued access of the Website will constitute acceptance of any changes or revisions to the Privacy Policy. If you cannot agree with the terms and conditions of the Privacy Policy, do not use the Website.

No. May amend the policy from time to time, using the process for modifications set forth in Terms of Service (i.e. notice will be provided, generally via email when practicable, otherwise through the Services).

No. May revise the policy from time to time in their sole discretion. If the change is material, users will be notified via an @Twitter update or email.

No.

Sort of. Automattic may change its Privacy Policy from time to time, and in Automattic’s sole discretion. Encourages visitors to frequently check Privacy Policy for any changes, and encourages users to check their blog’s dashboard for alerts to these changes.

Yes. May change Privacy Policy from time to time, and in their sole discretion. Encourages visitors to frequently check Privacy Policy page for any changes.

No. May change Privacy Policy from time to time. If Blizzard makes material changes, they will notify users by posting a notice on the website or in the Privacy Policy and, if necessary, give users additional choices regarding such change.

No. Google will notify you before any change if the changes are “significant.”

No. If Zynga decides to make material changes to Privacy Policy they will notify users by placing a notice on Zynga.com or by sending a notice to the email address they have on file. They may supplement this process by placing notices in their games and on other Zynga websites.