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Google may share aggregated, non-personally identifiable information publicly and with their partners (e.g. publishers, advertisers, or connected sites).

Google will not share PII with companies, organization and individuals outside of Google unless: with your consent; with domain administrators consent; for external processing (“We provide personal information to our affiliates or other trusted businesses or person to process it for us.”), or for legal reasons.

PII may be transferred to the Walt Disney family of companies and to law enforcement agencies.

Friends, partners, advertisers, and developers.

Yahoo! does not rent, sell, or share PI with other people or nonaffiliated companies except to provide products or services you’ve requested, when we have your permission, or under the following circumstances:

  • “We provide the information to trusted partners who work on behalf of or with Yahoo! under confidentiality agreements;”
  • “When you register for a Yahoo! account, your registration information and other data will be transmitted to the United States and/or other countries for processing and storage by Yahoo! and its affiliates… we may provide your personal information to a Yahoo! affiliate worldwide;”
  • “We respond to disclosure demands if permitted or required by law;”
  • “We transfer information about you if Yahoo! is acquired by or merged with another company;”
  • Yahoo! lets other companies that show advertisements on some of their pages set and access their cookies on your computer.

PII is shared with friends, third party contractors, and partners.

No PII is rented or sold to anyone.

Google may share aggregated, non-personally identifiable information publicly and with their partners (e.g. publishers, advertisers, or connected sites).

Google will not share PII with companies, organization and individuals outside of Google unless: with your consent; with domain administrators consent; for external processing (“We provide personal information to our affiliates or other trusted businesses or person to process it for us.”), or for legal reasons.

Business affiliates, third party organizations, service providers, or third party advertisers. 

Data may be anonymized.

LinkedIn will not share PI to third parties without user’s explicit consent unless: to comply with legal process, enforce their Terms of Service agreement, to respond to violations of the rights of third parties, to respond to customer service inquiries, or to protect the rights, property, or personal safety of LinkedIn, their users, or the public. LinkedIn provides aggregated anonymous data to third parties. LinkedIn collaborates with third parties (LinkedIn Partners and Platform Developers) which may access and share certain information about the user. LinkedIn may disclose user’s personal information and other information to a third party as part of a sale of the assets of LinkedIn Corporation.

LiveJournal may share your identifiable personal information with third parties under the following circumstances:

Operations: service providers, contractors, and vendors may be granted accesses to internal systems that contain PI in order to improve operations and Service.

Sponsored Contests and Giveaways: If you participate in a contest, etc. LiveJournal may transfer PI to third party advertiser or service provider, but will do their best to warn user when they are agreeing to this sharing.

Ad Service: LiveJournal may share aggregate and Non-PII generalized data to third parties. 

Ad Networks: Ad networks may set cookies and/or include a web beacon enabling ad networks to provide auditing, research and/or reporting to advertisers. No PII will be shared through cookies.

Legal Process: They may share PII with U.S. Law enforcement officers.

Sale of Business: PI may be shared or transferred to the buyer if LiveJournal is sold.

Cookies and web beacons provided by ‘site analytics’ partners are used. Further, information you provide through the registration process or post to the public areas of the website, or through the use of Meetup Platform (including name and location information) may be accessible by and made public through syndication programs and by search engines, metasearch tools, crawlers, metacrawlers and other similar programs.

Other users, employees, agents, contractors, service providers, and sponsors may access your PII.

The company will disclose PII about payment and member Profile Data to third party credit card process provider for billing/payment purposes and when there is suspicious credit card use or a dispute concerning a charge. Nexopia may contact financial institutions to verify credit card info and, in doing so, share information they receive about credit card and member. Further, the company may share some or all of a member’s PII with any parent company, subsidiary, joint ventures, or Affiliate companies. PII will likely be among the assets transferred if Nexopia goes through a merger, sale, or acquisition.

The company reserves the right and may be legally required to report certain materials such as, but not limited to, child pornography or terror plans. Some PII may be stored or processed by third parties, including contractors, business partners and affiliates located in the US. As a result, the governments, courts, or law enforcement or regulatory agencies may be able to obtain disclosure of your information through applicable laws in the US. Finally, Nexopia will not disclose PI to any third party except when required by law, to enforce ToS or to protect Nexopia’s rights, or to protect the safety of the public and members of and visitors to the service.

At times Apple may make certain personal information available to strategic partners that work with Apple to provide products and services, or that help Apple market to customers. Apple shares PI with companies who provide services such as information processing, extending credit, fulfilling customer orders, delivering products to you, managing enhancing customer data, providing customer service, assessing your interest in Apple products and services, and conducting customer research or satisfaction surveys. It may be necessary, by law, legal process, litigation, and/or requests from public and governmental authorities for Apple to disclose PI. Apple may disclose information about user if they determine that for purposes of national security, law enforcement, or other issues of public importance, disclosure is necessary or appropriate. Apple may also disclose information if they determine that disclosure is reasonably necessary to enforce terms and conditions or protect Apple operations or users. Additionally, in the event of a reorganization, merger, or sale Apple may transfer any and all PI to the relevant third party.

The company may share your PII with third party companies or security consultants.

The company may use third party service providers (e.g. web hosting providers, data management providers and/or payment processors). When Plenty of Fish does use an outside company, they use contractual or other appropriate means to ensure that PII is used in a manner consistent with their Privacy Policy. When credit card details are provided, you consent to credit card details being provided to payment processors and financial institutions necessary to process your payment.

Information stored outside of Canada may be accessible to law enforcement and authorities in accordance with applicable laws. The company may share PII with corporate subsidiaries, affiliates or divisions for internal business purposes

Further, the company may disclose information as permitted or required by law.

Elements of PII will be used to create a list of users that advertisers may want to direct their campaigns to.

Reddit may grant access to their database by third parties that provide services, such as technical maintenance or forums and job search software. The company may also forward information to third parties for services such as credit card processing and order fulfillment.

You might provide information about yourself in areas of the site that may be managed by third parties. Reddit may provide information to advertisers, and it may provide access to their database in order to cooperate with official investigations or legal proceedings.

Reddit reserves the right to use the information they collect about user’s computer, which may at times be able to identify user, for any lawful business purpose. Further, the company reserves the right to use, transfer, sell, and share aggregated anonymous data about users for any business purpose. Information about users may be among the transferred assets in a sale of Reddit. Finally, cookies may contain PII and such cookies may be shared with affiliates and other companies.

By default, content published through the Tumblr is shared with the public. User may choose to share information provided to Tumblr with Third Party Services (e.g. by syndicating posts to Twitter or Facebook).

In some cases, information (such as IP address) is shared with third parties such as service providers, consultants and other agents. “You hereby consent to our sharing of Personal Information with our Agents.” Tumblr may also share or disclose non-PII aggregate info with people and entities they do business with. Tumblr uses third party applications and services such as Google Analytics and Quantcast to collect and analyze information related to use of the services.

If Tumblr chooses to buy or sell business assets, user information will typically be one of the transferred business assets. Finally, Tumblr reserves the right to disclose any information as they reasonably believe is necessary to satisfy any law, regulation, legal process, governmental request, or governmental order, or to protect the rights, property, health or safety of Tumblr, users, any third parties or the public in general, including but not limited to situations involving possible violence, suicide or self-harm.

Twitter may share or disclose information at user’s direction, such as when user authorizes a third-party web client or application to access their Twitter account. Further, the company may share private personal information with service providers subject to confidentiality obligations.

Twitter may also preserve or disclose user’s information if Twitter believes that it is necessary to comply with a law, regulation or legal request; to protect the safety of any person; to address fraud, security or technical issues; or to protect Twitter’s rights or property.

Information may be transferred or sold as part of Twitter’s involvement in a bankruptcy, merger, acquisition, reorganization or sale, and the company may share or disclose non-private, aggregated or otherwise non-PII.

The organization is composed of dedicated users chosen by the community who are given privileged access; users who have access to the Foundation’s ticketing system or to the CheckUser and Oversight functions, users elected by project communities to serve as stewards or Arbitrators, Wikimedia Foundation employees, trustees, appointees, and contractors and agents employed by the Foundation, and developers and others with high levels of server access may have access to private identifiable information.

The organization may be compelled by law to disclose information about a registered user.

The company discloses potentially PII and PII only to those of its employees, contractors, and affiliated organizations that: need to know the information to process it on Automattic’s behalf or to provide services, and have agreed not to disclose it. Automattic discloses potentially PII and PII in response to a subpoena, court order or other governmental request, or when Automattic believes in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of Automattic, third parties or the public at large. Finally, in the event of a business transfer, any acquirer of Automattic may continue to use visitors PI as set forth in the privacy policy.

Automattic discloses potentially PII and PII only to those of its employees, contractors, and affiliated organizations that: need to know the information to provide services, and have agreed not to disclose it. It will also disclose what is potentially PII and what is certifiability PII when required to do so by law, or when WordPress.org believes in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of WordPress.org, third parties, or the public.

Blizzard may need to disclose PII to third party vendors to fulfill product orders, to process mailings, or to process, analyze, and/or store data on Blizzard’s behalf. The company reserves the right to disclose PII: as required by law; if it is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against user that is violating the Terms of Service; causing injury to Blizzard’s rights or property, other users, or anyone else; or to prevent fraud or other illegal activities. Finally, the company may disclose PII if Blizzard decides to sell a line of business to a third party.

Google will not share PII with companies, organization and individuals outside of Google unless: with your consent; with domain administrators consent; for external processing (“We provide personal information to our affiliates or other trusted businesses or person to process it for us.”), or for legal reasons. The company may also share aggregated, non-personally identifiable information publicly and with their partners (e.g. publishers, advertisers, or connected sites.)

Zynga will provide information to third party companies to perform services on their behalf (e.g. payment processing, data analysis, email delivery, hosting services, customer service, and marketing efforts). Moreover, in most Zynga games, a user’s social networking service friends will see their name, profile photo and descriptions of game activity. In many Zynga games friends and players will be able to see user’s game profile, which may include name and profile photo, which in certain cases can reveal your social networking service User ID number or Zynga ID.

In addition, the company may share aggregated information (non-PII), and technical information (including IP addresses, MAC addresses) with third party advertisers. Advertisers may also collect this information through tracking technologies like cookies and web beacons. The company also notes that “Your information, and the contents of all of your online communications (including without limitation chat text, voice communications, IP addresses and your personal information) may be accessed and monitored as necessary to provide the Service and may be disclosed” when: required in response to legal process, to satisfy any applicable laws or regulations, when the Service is being used in the commission of a crime, when there is an emergency that poses a threat to the health/safety of user, another person, or public, and in order to protect the rights or property of Zynga.

Finally, in the event that Zynga undergoes a business transition, PII may be a portion of the assets sold.