Last updated: March 7, 2020
Junkipedia receives the following user data when you sign up to use it: your company name, your full legal name, your phone number, and a verified email address. We will not provide this information to third parties and will not use your company or name in any marketing statements without asking you for your permission first.
Whenever you ask us a support or help question, we will keep the email address and correspondence in case we need to refer to them in the future. If you volunteer any information through focus groups or surveys, we keep that information until it no longer makes sense for us to do so.
We will only share your information in the following circumstances:
CCPA affords Californian users certain privacy rights. This section gives Californian users the details they need surrounding the personal information Junkipedia collects about them.
To understand the personal information Junkipedia has collected, including the categories of personal data, and shares, see “Information Junkipedia Collects and Shares” above. We do not sell the data we collect.
The CCPA gives users from California the right to delete personal data, opt out of data “sales,” acquire details about the categories of personal data we collect, and never be discriminated against when trying to exercise these rights, though this is all subject to limitations.
To make a request with respect to the rights listed in the CCPA, Californian users, or authorized agents they designate, can email Junkipedia at email@example.com. Once we receive such a request, we will verify it using the information on the user’s account. In certain circumstances, we may even require government identification.
GDPR is a data privacy and protection law for those residing within the European Union and the European Economic Area. Junkipedia complies with GDPR and the rights it offers users with regards to the personal information we collect on users on our website, except when applicable law limits it. Your rights include the rights to access, erasure, correction, complain, object, restrict processing, and portability. You also have the limited right of not being party to decision-making that is automated.
Should you have any questions or require assistance on these rights, you can contact Junkipedia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We may occasionally use third party processors that process a user’s personal information in order to support Junkipedia. You can find the list of subprocessors we use here:
The only time Junkipedia will ever provide your data to law enforcement is through a court order that requires us to. If this happens, then we will inform the user when there is such a request unless we are not legally allowed to inform the user.
Junkipedia encrypts all of the data that leaves its servers and goes to the user’s browser through SSL/TLS. We also encrypt all of the backups of our database. We do not encrypt data when it is active on our database. However, we take great care to ensure your data is secure when it is at rest.
When the user terminates their account, Junkipedia will make sure that none of its servers stores the data after 60 days. Further, any data the user removes on his or her account while he or she is still using it will be removed within the same number of days.
Junkipedia is based in the United States. If you are located outside of the United States, any data that you provide to Junkipedia will come to the United States. By using Junkipedia, you are agreeing to this transfer of your data to the United States.