1. INFORMATION COLLECTION, USE AND SHARING
A. The Data We Collect. “Personal Data” means data that enables someone to identify a person, including name, email address, address, phone number, date of birth, and any other information about a person that is associated or linked to data we receive. The Kelvin Data “Data Union” is a data sharing group that Kelvin Data facilitates to enable various applications to share data for collective benefit, including reducing fraud, personalizing messaging, and other purposes.
Information Collected via our Data Union. Companies and applications that have opted into the Kelvin Data Data Union have agreed to the following data sharing Services Subscription Agreement, specifically Sections 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3. The companies and applications that participate in the Kelvin Data Data Union are the entities that collect the person data, or User Data. “User Data” means information about a person, that could include a person’s email, name, date of birth, age, email address, address, phone number, company, job title, location, education history, photos, social network handles, interests, skills, and purchasing trends (collectively, “User Data”).
Information Collected from Third Parties. Kelvin Data collects information about a person from the following third party sources: (a) third parties who join the Data Union via a custom partnership; (b) third parties who license, sell, or otherwise provide data they have collected; (c) information from publicly available sources, including the internet and social media sites. Kelvin Data does not collect data from sites that have been designated as private.
Merging Data Together. Kelvin Data uses User Data to combine data records together, so that they are more complete (“Complete Data Records”). When Kelvin Data merges data together, they separate data into two groups: combinations of data that can be used to determine a person’s identity such as a combination of email addresses, addresses, social media handles, date of birth, and others (“Data Linkages”); and data that provides information but is not used to determine identity, such as company, job title, education, skills, and others. Kelvin Data uses the data linkages to merge multiple data records to the same identity, to create Complete Data Records. Kelvin Data uses the Data Linkages to merge data records together to create Complete Data Records, which they disclose to third parties as outlined herein.
B. Disclosure of a Person’s Personal Data:
Developers. Developers may want access to Personal Data that Kelvin Data collects. As a result, Kelvin Data may provide a person’s Personal Data to Developers. The privacy policies of the Developers may apply to the use and disclosure of a person’s Personal Data that Kelvin Data collects and provides to such Developers. Contractually, Kelvin Data requires Developers to not use such data for purposes of ad exchanges and any other usage that is in violation of applicable law.
Legal Disclaimer. Kelvin Data reserves the right to disclose information to third parties if Kelvin Data believes they are required to do so by law or have a good-faith belief that such access or disclosure is reasonably necessary to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or governmental request; to enforce the Kelvin Data Services Subscription Agreement; to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security, or technical issues; to respond to user support requests; and to protect the rights, property or safety of Kelvin Data, its customers and the public.
2. COMMITMENT TO CHILDREN’S PRIVACY
Kelvin Data is committed to protecting the privacy of a person’s children. To comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, Kelvin Data does not collect, process, or store any information on people under the age of 13 years old.
Kelvin Data has implemented reasonable measures designed to secure a person’s personal information from accidental loss and from unauthorized access, use, alteration and disclosure. Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although Kelvin Data does their best to protect a person’s personal information, Kelvin Data cannot guarantee the security of a person’s personal information transmitted via our Services. Any transmission of personal information is at a person's own risk. Kelvin Data is not responsible for circumvention of any privacy settings or security measures contained in the Services.
5. QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
Updated: August 1, 2021