Please read this entire notice. Sendspace has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for the Sendspace Web site.
I. Information That We Collect and What We Do With the Collected Information, Including Disclosures to Third Parties.
There are situations when using our Web site when we may need personal information from you. By "personal information" we mean information that is uniquely identified to you, such as your name, email address, IP address, password and user name.
We may disclose in aggregate form our statistical analyses or demographics of users to third parties, such as advertisers or potential advertisers. Those disclosures do not include personal information.
We use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our Web site. We also can use the IP address to verify the identity of perpetrators of illegal activity.
2. Other Disclosures to Third Parties - subpoenas, court and government orders, our attorneys.
Sendspace will not distribute or sell any of your personal information to third parties.
However, by using this site's services, you assume the risk that a court or government agency may order Sendspace to disclose your submission and/or personally identifying information about you, or that a litigant, a court, a grand jury, or government agency may subpoena that information.
We do not disclose the identities of ours users unless we are legally required to do so. If a governmental agency (for example, law enforcement agencies, US Attorneys' offices or similar governmental agencies) sends us a subpoena, we will comply with it.
We will attempt to notify you of such a subpoena or other legal process by sending a notice by electronic mail to the most recent e-mail address you have provided to us. The notice will include basic information concerning the subpoena, court order, or legal process (i.e., name of lawsuit, case number, place of filing, party issuing subpoena, the court where the subpoena was issued, contact information, deadline by which we plan to comply with the process, etc.).
Sendspace may need to consult its own attorneys. In doing so, Sendspace may disclose personal information to its attorneys.
We cannot advise you regarding the law or an appropriate response to a subpoena. Should you wish to oppose a subpoena or other legal process, you should seek legal advice concerning applicable rights and procedures that might be available.
The Sendspace Web site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. We back up the data on a daily basis, and have password protected access levels which insure legitimate site administration.
The Sendspace Web site contains links to other Web sites. Sendspace is not responsible for the security practices of the Web sites that are linked from our site. We highly recommend that visitors check the privacy statements at these linked sites.
If you do not want to accept cookies from our website, you may refuse a cookie, or delete the cookies file from your computer at any time using one of a number of available methods, most browsers have a setting to turn off the automatic acceptance of cookies. You should be aware portions of our website may not function properly if you do not accept cookies.
5. Modify Your Information
The Sendspace site provides users with the opportunity to change or modify information previously provided. If you would like to change or modify your information, please visit your 'My Account' page.
Any questions relating to our Privacy Policies may be directed to Sendspace using the contact form.
April 18, 2012