May 6, 2015
- How Information is Shared. Scooch may share your personal information: (a) with affiliated companies such as subsidiaries and other companies owned by or controlled by, or under common ownership or control with, Scooch; (b) with third party service providers who agree to hold personal information in confidence; (c) to effect a merger, acquisition, or the sale or transfer of business assets; (d) to enforce Scooch’s rights or protect Scooch’s property; (e) to protect the rights, property or safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government request; (f) as needed to support auditing, compliance, and corporate governance functions; (g) to defend litigation or a regulatory action, and when required or advised to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, or similar legal process, including to law enforcement agencies, regulators, and courts; and (h) with your consent. Scooch may also disclose information about you that is not personally identifiable. For example, Scooch may provide advertisers and other third parties with reports that contain aggregated and statistical data.
- Disclosure Requests. Pursuant to Section 1798.83 of the California Civil Code, residents of California can obtain certain information about the types of personal information that companies with whom they have an established business relationship have shared with third parties for direct marketing purposes during the preceding calendar year. In particular, the law provides that companies must inform consumers about the categories of personal information that have been shared with third parties, the names and addresses of those third parties, and examples of the types of services or products marketed by those third parties. To request a copy of the information disclosure required by Section 1798.83 of the California Civil Code, please contact Scooch via email at email@example.com and allow 30 days for a response.