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This Agreement applies to all Users of the Site. If you do not agree with any part of this Agreement, you must not use the Site. Your continued use of the Site will constitute your acceptance of this Agreement. Any new features or tools which are added to the current Service shall also be subject to the Agreement. You can review the most recent version of the Agreement at any time here. We reserve the right to update, change or replace any part of this Agreement by posting updates and/or changes. It is your responsibility to check the Site periodically for changes. Your continued use of the Site following the posting of any changes constitutes acceptance of those changes:
Throughout this Agreement, we may use certain words or phrases, and it is important that you understand the meaning of them. The list is not all-encompassing and no definition should be considered binding to the point that it renders this Agreement nonsensical:
“Stranger” refers to our company, Stranger and Stranger Inc., our Site; or a combination of all or some of the preceding definitions, depending on the context of the word.
“Site” refers to the Stranger website at www.strangerandstranger.com.
“User” refers but is not limited to buyers, sellers, advertisers, customers, browsers, vendors, service providers, merchants, and/or visitors of the Site.
“You” refers to you, the person who is entering into this Agreement with Stranger.
3. Information Collected
Whenever you visit our Site, we may collect non-identifying information from you, such as your IP address, referring URL, operating system, cookie information, and Internet Service Provider. Without a subpoena, voluntary compliance on the part of your Internet Service Provider, or additional records from a third party, this information alone cannot usually be used to identify you.
4. Use of Your Information
We may use your information to:
• Enhance or improve User experience or our Site.
• Send e-mails about our Site or respond to inquiries.
• Perform any other function that we believe in good faith is necessary to protect the security or proper functioning of our Site.
5. Cookies, Web Beacons, Browser Local Storage and Similar Technologies
Cookies are small data files that are placed on your computer or other devices by websites that you visit.
This Policy does not cover cookies practices used by third-party service providers. We will do our best to maintain links to privacy policies of the third-party service providers that we use in this document.
6. Third Party Websites
We may post links to third party websites on our Site. Additionally, other materials made available through our Site may contain third party website links or files. These third party websites and files are not screened for privacy or security issues by Stranger, and you release us from any liability for the conduct of these third parties.
7. Third Party Access to Your Information
Although you are entering into an agreement with Stranger to disclose your information to us, we do use third party individuals and organizations to assist us, including contractors, web hosting companies, and others.
We may delegate our authority to collect, access, use, and disseminate your information. For example, our web host stores the information that you provide us, and we may hire outside contractors to perform maintenance or assist us in securing our Site.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, you authorize us to collect, share, store, exchange, and otherwise use your information in conjunction with Stranger.
8. Release of Your Information for Legal Purposes
At times it may become necessary or desirable, for legal purposes, to release your information in response to a request from a government agency or a private litigant. You agree that we may disclose your information to a third party where we believe, in good faith, that it is desirable to do so for the purposes of a civil action, criminal investigation, or other legal matter. In the event that we receive a subpoena affecting your privacy, we may elect to notify you to give you an opportunity to file a motion to quash the subpoena, or we may attempt to quash it ourselves, but we are not obligated to do either. We may also proactively report you and release your information to third parties where we believe that it is prudent to do so for legal reasons, such as our belief that you have engaged in fraudulent activities. You release us from any damages that may arise from or relate to the release of your information to a request from law enforcement agencies or private litigants.
9. Commercial and Non-Commercial Communications
10. Security Measures
We take certain measures to enhance the security of our Site, including using SSL certificates. However, we make no representations as to the security or privacy of your information. It is in our interest to keep our Site secure, but we recommend that you use anti-virus software, firewalls, and other precautions to protect yourself from security threats.
11. Your California Online Privacy Rights
12. International Transfer
Last Updated September 28, 2017