Responses

Company provides a complaints process but no officer listed. When Google receives “formal written complaints, we will contact the person who made the complaint to follow up.” 

Contact TRUSTe if a question is answered satisfactorily. No privacy officer is listed but a contact email and address are provided.

Users are asked to contact Facebook by mail or an online form. No privacy officer listed.

Company has specified an inquiry/complaints process specified. The Privacy Officer can be contacted through feedback form or through mailing address provided.

Not specified. Questions or concerns can be emailed to a generic privacy email address

Company outlines a complaints process but no officer listed. When Google receives “formal written complaints, we will contact the person who made the complaint to follow up.”

Not specified. Individuals can contact support staff with any questions. No privacy officer is listed.

LinkedIn has an inquiry/complaints process. An online form provided at “help centre” but no privacy officer is listed.

The company possesses an Inquiry/complaints process. European Union citizens can contact LiveJournal through the provided mailing address. All subscribers can submit a ‘customer support request’ or email LiveJournal when they have questions or issues with the policy. It may take LiveJournal a few days to respond. The company does not list a privacy officer.

Meetup has an inquiry/complaints process. “Any dispute, claim or controversy arising out of or relating to this Policy or previous Privacy Policy statements shall be resolved through negotiation, mediation and arbitration as provided under our Terms of Service Agreement.” Subscribers can contact Meetup through mailing address or email provided.

Not specified. MySpace contact provided for “communication”.

Nexopia has an inquiry/complaints process. The Privacy Officer can be contacted through email or mailing address provided.

Apple has an inquiry/complaints process. “If you have questions or complaints regarding our Privacy Policy or practices, please contact us.” The Privacy Officer can be contacted through email or mailing address provided.

No information provided.

The company provides an inquiry/complaints process. Questions/concerns are to be directed to Privacy Officer. If subscriber thinks their copyrighted work has been infringed, detailed instructions about how to submit a complaint to a DMCA Agent at Plentyoffish is provided. Email address and name of the Privacy Officer, Markus Frind, is provided.

Reddit has an inquiry/complaints process. Concerns or questions are to be directed to the Privacy Policy Coordinator via mailing address provided. The Privacy Policy Coordinator’s mailing address provided.

Tumblr has an inquiry/complaints process. “If you have any questions or concerns regarding privacy using the Services, please send us a detailed message.” Though a mailing address is provided it’s apparently only to be used by California residents.

Twitter has an inquiry/complaints process. An email address and mailing address are provided for those who have questions or comments. No privacy officer is listed.

No process specified. There is a general ‘Questions for Wikimedia?’

Wordpress has an inquiry/complaints process. A link to general ‘complaints page’ can be found after clicking on ‘contact us link.’

No process specified.

The company has an inquiry/complaints process. Subscribers can file a complaint or direct questions to the email or mailing address provided. The Privacy Policy Administrator’s email and mailing address provided.

While YouTube/Google provides a complaints process it does not list a privacy officer. When Google receives “formal written complaints, we will contact the person who made the complaint to follow up.” 

Zynga has an inquiry/complaints process. Subscribers can send an email or use mailing address provided.