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Talkbook (“Talkbook” shall mean GuerrillaTel Inc. o/a Talkbook and entities controlling, controlled by or under common control with GuerrillaTel Inc.) is committed to safeguarding your privacy online for our users (individually, a “User”, collectively, “Users”).
Information that Talkbook Collects
Registration Data. Talkbook requires that Users fill in the information marked as mandatory on the Registration Form at (the “Registration Data”). Such form may be updated by Users from time to time.
Collecting Information. Information collected about Users will be kept in a specific file for Users. Talkbook may collect information about any activity being performed by Users while using the Product, including any correspondence between Users and other users of the Talkbook site, messages left by Users on any board or any searches and requests performed by Users.
Talkbook’s policy is that it does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from subscribers under thirteen years of age. The Product is not directed or intended for children under thirteen years of age. If Users are under thirteen years of age, Users should not register to become a User or provide personally identifiable information on the side. If Users are the parent or guardian of a User under the age of thirteen whom Users believe has disclosed personally identifiable information to Talkbook, please contact Talkbook at email@example.com so that we may delete and remove such User’s information from our system.
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Talkbook’s Usage of the Registration Data
Internal Use. Talkbook uses the Registration Data about Users for internal purposes, to improve its site and to better tailor the site to meet User needs. In addition, Talkbook uses the Registration Data to analyze site usage and to deliver to Users information about certain promotions, services or items that might interest Users. In addition, Talkbook may use e-mail addresses and, in rare situations, mailing addresses or phone numbers, to contact Users regarding Web Site or service notices from time to time.
Editing Registration Data. Users may review and edit Registration Data by using their e-mail address or User ID and Password. If a User cancels an account, that User may also have Registration Data deleted from Talkbook’s database by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. However, Users should be aware that once posted, Users cannot change or remove any public postings made on the Web Site. Users should also be aware that even if Registration Data is deleted, there may remain residual information that will remain within Talkbook’s databases, access logs and other records, which may or may not contain personally identifiable information.
Talkbook Disclosure of Users’ Registration Data General Rule
Talkbook will not disclose, sell or transfer any of your Registration Data, to any third parties (e.g. advertisers or business partners), except in the following cases: (i) Talkbook receives your permission; (ii) if Talkbook believes in good faith that the law requires such disclosure or transfer; or (iii) as set forth below:
Talkbook Community. Users should be aware that if they disclose their e-mail address in a public forum on the Web Site, other users of the Talkbook site as well as third parties might send Users unsolicited e-mail.
Talkbook may at any time add business partners or co-branded sites to its site, but the sharing of information with them will be limited to only statistical information regarding Users in general. Talkbook will not disclose any of Registration Data, correspondence or any related information. Talkbook assures Users that in the event that Talkbook wishes to transfer any of such information, Talkbook shall notify Users before transferring such information, so that Users will always have an opportunity to object to such transfer.
Links and Displayed Sites
Talkbook’s site may contain links to other sites and may provide access to other sites displayed as search results. Talkbook is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such linked or otherwise displayed sites.
Talkbook’s use of any information of a User is subject to the provisions of any applicable law.
User’s Usage of Other Users’ Registration Data
Users hereby agree that Users shall use any Users’ Information only: (a) in connection with the Product, and (b) for any other purpose that the owner of such information expressly agrees to. In all cases, Users must comply with any request by any User to delete any Registration Data of such User from your database. In addition, under no circumstances, except as defined in this Section, may Users disclose Registration Data of other Users to any third party without Talkbook’s express written consent and the express written consent of the relevant User.
Password. Your Talkbook Registration Data is password-protected so that only authorized Users and Talkbook have access to this personal account. Since, Users may edit an account by using an e-mail address or User ID and Password, Talkbook recommends that Users not divulge Passwords to anyone.
Talkbook and its Users do not tolerate spam. Therefore, without limiting the foregoing, Users are not permitted to add any User, whose direct contact information was disclosed to Users in connection with any use of the Product, to your mailing list without such User’s express written consent after adequate disclosure.
Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
Talkbook’s policy only addresses the use and disclosure of information Talkbook collects from Users. To the extent that Users disclose information to other parties on Talkbook’s site or to any other third party, different rules may apply to the use or disclosure of the personal information, which Users disclose to them. Since Talkbook does not control the privacy policies of third parties, Users are subject to the privacy customs and policies of such third parties.
Among the services Talkbook offers, Users may initiate phone calls between themselves which are partly or fully handled via Talkbook telecom partners. Therefore any information which Users may disclose during such phone call, including any personal information, shall not be deemed private. Talkbook cannot guarantee the security of such information that Users disclose or communicate in such phone call and Users do so at their own risk.
Disclosure of Personal Information in the Event of a Merger or Sale of Talkbook
Talkbook may merge or be acquired by another business entity or may sell all or substantially all of its assts to an acquirer. In the event of such merger, acquisition or sale, Talkbook may share some or all or your personally identifiable information with the acquiring company in order to continue serving Users and others and continuing to offer Users the Product.
Co-branded and Other Affiliated Sites
As stated above, certain information or services offered or provided through this website, from time to time, may be provided on or through other websites operated by or in conjunction with third party providers (“Partners”). These websites and the features thereon may look similar to this Web Site. Talkbook terms these websites “co-branded sites”, and often times a Partner’s logo or name may appear on the website or the Partner’s name may appear in the URL. Although Talkbook will continue to own any personally identifiable information collected about Users from one of these co-branded sites, such information may be shared by Talkbook with that Partner. However, a Partner will not rent, sell, or disclose any of your personally identifiable information to third parties unless Users consent to such disclosures and use in advance (for example, Users may be asked to opt-in on a particular co-branded site in order to receive information or offers from a Partner, its affiliates or representatives).
Talkbook’s site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the Registration Data. Talkbook uses industry standard efforts to safeguard the confidentiality of your Registration Data. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while Talkbook strives to protect your personal information, Talkbook cannot ensure the security of any information that Users transmit to Talkbook or any information that Users receive from Talkbook’s Service, and Users transmit such information at your own risk. Once Talkbook receives your transmission, it uses reasonable commercial efforts to ensure security on its systems.
When we receive formal written complaints at this e-mail address, it is Talkbook’s policy to contact the complaining User regarding his or her concerns. We will cooperate with the appropriate regulatory authorities, including local data protection authorities, to resolve any complaints regarding the transfer of personal data that cannot be resolved between Talkbook and an individual.
Revised: October 7, 2010