Personal Information We Collect
Intel Papers, or where relevant a designated service provider, collects personal information through this Site, such as during registration, when you request certain services or products, or submit information to enter a sweepstakes, contest, or other promotion, or complete a survey or poll, which may include:
- Your name, phone number, email address, work address, or other contact information
- Signature, online identifier, Internet Protocol address, or other similar identifiers
- Account login credentials (i.e. usernames & passwords), user content, usage information, browsing history, search history, and preferences
- Professional, education, and employment related information (i.e. job title, professional background, etc.)
- Demographic information
- Internet or other electronic network activity information, including, but not limited to, browsing history, search history, preferences, and information regarding a user’s interaction (including reading habits) with an Internet website, application, advertisement
- Inferences drawn from the personal information identified above to create a profile about a consumer reflecting the consumer’s preferences and behavior
If you do not provide certain personal information, not all functionality on this Site will be available.
How We Collect and Use Your Personal Information
Intel Papers uses this information for carefully considered business purposes, which also benefit our customers, and which include some or all of the following:
- to provide and facilitate our products and services.
- to operate our services, products, and systems properly
- to provide more relevant products and services
- to communicate with you
- to provide support for our products and services
- to maintain the quality and safety of our products and services, and for internal quality control purposes including debugging to identify and repair errors that impair existing intended functionality
- to provide you with offers and promotions about services and products of Intel Papers that may be of interest to you
- to create a “lookalike audience” or “matched audience” of (prospective) customers for targeted advertising on social media platforms
- to enhance your experience with this Site, including to save your preferences and login information, and providing customized content
- to analyze web site usage and analyze use of the Site
- to identify and analyze product or service usage metrics and/or trends (e.g. pages visited, functions used, etc.) and develop data analysis, including for research, audit, reporting or other business operation purposes
- to protect the interests, rights, safety, or property of Intel Papers or others and to monitor compliance with and enforce any terms of any agreement with Intel Papers
- to monitor to detect security incidents and protect against malicious, deceptive, fraudulent, or illegal activity, and hold those responsible for that activity.
Additionally, some of our Sites have portions dedicated to a shared work space into which you may input your work product. Intel Papers does not use or disclose any contents of the work product that you input into the shared work space on this Site except to the extent you expressly permission us to do so on your behalf.
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In addition, as stated above, we may use your personal information to enhance your experience on our Site and other sites. In order to accomplish this, we may share information about you along with a hashed version of your email address or phone number with third-party advertising companies so that they and we can facilitate customized ad campaigns and other offers on our Site and on other platforms. “Hashing” transforms your email into an unrecognizable series of numbers and letters (e.g. a “hashed” version of firstname.lastname@example.org would be email@example.com). You may opt out by clicking here and also by adjusting the settings under “Advertising” within Intel Papers ’s Cookie Preference Manager.
Some third-party websites and platforms also allow you to manage the collection and use of your information for advertising purposes. Google Ad Manager, Google Analytics for Display Advertising, and other designated service providers assist Intel Papers with advertisement display functions and related analytics for this Site. To opt out of tailored advertising from Google tracking technologies, please click here.
Note that even if you exercise choice for targeted advertising, you will still receive online advertising, but the advertisements will be more general in nature.
Disclosure of Your Personal Information
Intel Papers may also disclose your personal information to unaffiliated third parties if we believe in good faith that such disclosure is necessary to: (a) comply with any applicable law, rule or regulation or in response to a subpoena, court order, or other legal process; (b) protect the interests, rights, safety, or property of Intel Papers or others; (c) monitor compliance with and enforce any terms of service on this Site; (d) provide our services and products (including allowing a purchaser of Intel Papers to continue to serve you); (e) perform other activities related to such services and products, including billing and collection; (f) provide you with offers or promotions from Intel Papers ; or (g) operate the systems that provide our services and products properly. In such an event, Intel Papers will use reasonable efforts to do the following:
- Give the User reasonably prompt written notice of such requirement so that the User has an opportunity to comment thereon or object thereto and to preserve the confidential nature of the customer information and personal information that Intel Papers is required to disclose.
- At the User’s expense, use commercially reasonable efforts to cooperate with any of the User’s efforts to preserve the confidential nature of the customer information and personal information that Intel Papers is required to disclose.
The collection, further use, and/or disclosure of your information by Third-party Providers or by other third parties is not the responsibility of Intel Papers. Rather, such collection, use, and/or disclosure is governed by the third parties’ privacy policies.
Accuracy, Security, and Retention of Your Personal Information
Any of your personal information collected by Intel Papers through this Site is kept on secure servers. Intel Papers uses security measures appropriate to the provision of the relevant product or service, such as reasonable administrative, technical, personnel, and physical measures to protect your personal information on such servers. To help us protect your privacy, you should maintain the secrecy of your username and password you set up in connection with your participation in this Site’s service, if any. Personal information is retained for as long as is necessary for the purpose for which it is collected, including legitimate business reasons, and/or legal and regulatory requirements. To determine the appropriate retention period, we will generally consider the following criteria: the length of time needed to achieve the purpose your information was collected for; whether you ceased using our services or products; the existence of any relevant legal proceedings; or applicable legal and regulatory requirements.
Certain databases available to registered users of this Site may contain personal information received from third party data suppliers. This personal information is contained in public records, publicly available information, and non-public information (collectively, “public records information”). Your use of this information is restricted to specific, legitimate purposes, and such information may not be used to violate any applicable laws, rules, or regulations.
Rights with Respect to Your Personal Information
Depending on the jurisdiction, you may have the following rights with respect to your personal information:
- To access and request certain information about the processing of your personal information
- To obtain a portable copy of your personal information
- To correct personal information
- To delete personal information
- To restrict processing of certain personal information
- To object to the processing of personal information
- To withdraw consent, where this was the lawful reason for processing.
- To lodge a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority
Please bear in mind that if you exercise such rights this may affect our ability to provide our products and services.
For inquiries about your personal information, please contact us by clicking here or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. While Intel Papers will make reasonable efforts to accommodate your request, we also reserve the right to impose certain restrictions and requirements on such requests, if allowed or required by applicable laws. In the event that we cannot take action with respect to a request relating to your personal information, in certain jurisdictions, you may have the right to appeal that decision by e-mailing us at email@example.com.
Please note that it may take some time to process your request, consistent with applicable law.
If you choose to exercise these rights, we ask you to provide sufficient information, including the products and services you have used in the past, your state and country of residence, and contact information, in order for us to verify your identity and process your request. Depending on the types of requests, additional information may be requested.
You may use an authorized agent to submit a request on your behalf related to your personal information. If you choose to use an authorized agent, you should supply your agent with written permission to act on your behalf in relation to your request, and your agent must provide us with proof of such authorization before we process your request.
If you wish to access, correct, delete, or restrict use of your personal information contained in public records information, you will need to contact the third-party supplier of the information directly. If you have any questions regarding public records information on this Site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the relevant website or product in the Subject line of your inquiry.
If you are a California resident, the information below applies to you and supplements the information provided above.
Intel Papers may share personal information for cross-contextual behavioral or targeted advertising outside of the use of electronic technologies to provide relevant advertisements, with third parties in ways that may constitute a “selling” or “sharing” under the California privacy law, for the purposes set out in this Privacy Notice. You may adjust your preferences related to tailored advertising by using the designated mechanisms within Intel Papers digital properties or by selecting the “Do Not Sell/Share My Personal Information” option in this form.
If you choose to exercise the rights set out in this Privacy Notice, you also have the right to not receive discriminatory treatment for exercising these rights.
Where recognized, we treat global privacy control signals as a request to opt-out of the “sale” or “sharing” of personal information. Additionally, certain browser plug-ins provide options for communicating opt-out preference signals such as global privacy control.
California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits you to request information regarding the disclosure of your personal information by Intel Papers to its afﬁliates and/or third parties for their direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please send an email with your ﬁrst name, last name, mailing address, email address and telephone number to email@example.com. Please include “California Privacy Rights” in the Subject line of your email.
You may also make such a request by writing to us at:
Attn: Office of the General Counsel
600 Mass, Suite #250
Washington, District of Columbia, 20001
The Site is not directed at children under the age of 16, nor do we have actual knowledge that we “sell” or “share” the personal information of children under the age of 16. If you have knowledge that a child under the age of 16 has submitted personal information to us, we request that you contact us via one of the methods listed above so that we may delete the information.
Transfer of Your Personal Information To Other Countries
Links to Third-Party Web Sites
Intel Papers may provide links to third-party web sites. Since we do not control third-party sites and are not responsible for any information you may provide while on such sites, we encourage you to read the privacy policies on those web sites before providing any of your information on such sites.
Intra-Group Personal Data Protection Statement
Intel Papers is committed to compliance with their privacy obligations in the United States and throughout the world. This Intra-Group Personal Data Protection Statement (“Statement”) sets out information about our personal information protection, security and transfer practices and explains how those practices ensure there are appropriate safeguards in place to protect the personal information we transfer.
Intel Papers has implemented robust processes and controls designed to ensure that personal information continues to be protected to the standards required by applicable data protection law if and when transferred cross-border, including personal information originating in the European Union (“EU”) or the United Kingdom (“UK”). For example, the relevant Intel Papers companies have entered into an Intra-Group Personal Data Protection Agreement (“IGA”) to ensure that personal information transferred cross-border is subject to appropriate safeguards.
The IGA incorporates unchanged EU Commission Standard Contractual Clauses (“SCCs”), which include specific obligations and rights around transfers of personal information, designed to ensure compliance with applicable data protection laws. The IGA also contains amendments required by applicable data protection law to extend their application to transfers of personal information from non-EU jurisdictions, where relevant. Specifically, the IGA clearly identifies the Intel Papers company responsible for transfer of personal information, including Intel Papers companies in the EU or UK acting as data exporters, and the Intel Papers company acting as data importers.
The IGA include the safeguards we use to ensure the continued protection of personal information, including after it has been transferred cross-border. These include:
- Governance – We maintain a robust personal information governance program. We regularly review and update our governance framework, including roles and responsibilities of personnel.
- Accountability and Recordkeeping – We maintain a personal data map inventory, including documenting flows of personal information within Intel Papers ’s systems and disclosures to third-party systems.
- Security – We invest in and maintain organizational, technical, and physical safeguards intended to ensure the protection of personal information. We engage in ongoing monitoring and testing of the efficacy of these safeguards. Our data centers are dedicated solely to our products, services, and operations, and have secure and monitored access controls.
- Administrative Controls – We regularly review and update our policies, procedures, and controls to address our data protection obligations. We conduct company-wide privacy training, data protection executive education and tailored training programs for data protection compliance.
In addition, with respect to products and services where Intel Papers acts as a data processor to our customers, we make available to our customers additional data processing terms, including SCCs.
Questions or comments regarding this Statement should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Statement may be amended from time to time, consistent with the requirements of applicable law, and will be effectively immediately.