Types of Data Processed
ThryvX collects and otherwise processes the following types of data
- Contact information, such as full name, email address, phone number, and address; and
- Correspondence you send to us.
Information we collect automatically:
When you visit our Services, we automatically collect certain information, such as your computer’s IP address, the type of browser in use, and pages viewed. We use this information to understand how visitors navigate through our Services, to enhance your experience while using our Services, and to make the materials we post as valuable to visitors as possible.
We also use Google Analytics to help analyze where visitors go and what they do while visiting our Services. Google may also use anonymous information about your visits to this and other websites to improve its products and services and provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. To learn more about how Google Analytics processes data, click here.
Use of Information
ThryvX and subsidiaries generally use the information we collect for several purposes, including:
- To fulfill your requests for products, services, or support;
- To contact you;
- With your consent where required by law, to send you promotional materials; and
- To conduct research.
Disclosure of Information
We may share or otherwise disclose the information we collect with the following categories of recipients:
- Authorized third-party vendors and service providers. We share your information with third-party vendors and service-providers that help us with specialized services, including email deployment, business analytics, marketing, and data processing.
- Corporate affiliates. We may share your information with our corporate affiliates.
- Business transfers. We may share your information in connection with a substantial corporate transaction, such as the sale of a website, a merger, consolidation, asset sale, or in the unlikely event of bankruptcy.
- Legal purposes. We may disclose information to respond to subpoenas, court orders, legal process, law enforcement requests, legal claims or government inquiries, and to protect and defend the rights, interests, safety, and security of ThryvX, our users, or the public.
- With your consent. We may share information for any other purposes disclosed to you at the time we collect the information or pursuant to your consent.
Data Security, Integrity, and Retention
ThryvX and subsidiaries maintain reasonable security measures to safeguard personal data from loss, interference, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. You should understand that no data storage system or transmission of data over the Internet or any other public network can be guaranteed to be 100 percent secure. Please note that information collected by third parties may not have the same security protections as information you submit to us, and we are not responsible for protecting the security of such information.
Personal data will be retained only for so long as reasonably necessary for the purposes set out above, in accordance with applicable laws.
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Third-Party Links and Content
Some of the Services may contain links to content maintained by third parties that we do not control. The privacy practices of those third parties are controlled by their own privacy policies, which we suggest you review to understand how they process your personal data.
Do-Not-Track Signals and Similar Mechanisms. Some web browsers transmit “do-not-track” signals to websites. Because of differences in how web browsers incorporate and activate this feature, it is not always clear whether users intend for these signals to be transmitted, or whether they even are aware of them. We currently do not take action in response to these signals.