Non-User Data Policy

Fin encourages you to read this policy if you want to learn about the kinds of information Fin collects from and about people who do not use Fin (“Non-User(s)”), and how that information is used and shared. This data policy applies to all Fin products.

What kinds of information does Fin collect from Non-Users?

Information Fin collects on behalf of its Users. Fin may collect information from or about you at the request of, or otherwise on behalf of the people who use Fin (“User(s)”). For example, if you send an email or text to a User via Fin, Fin will collect your email address or phone number (“Contact Information”), along with the content of the message, on behalf of that User. Whenever Fin collects information from or about you on behalf of a User, it treats the information as that User's information.

Information Fin collects about you from its Users. Fin may also collect information about you directly from a User. For example, a User might give Fin access to his or her address book, calendar, or email account, which may include information about you. Whenever Fin collects information about you from a User, it treats the information as that User's’ information.

Information Fin collects automatically. Like most other online services, Fin uses cookies and similar tracking technologies (collectively “cookies”) to automatically collect information from and about your device and your browsing behavior. Fin may also use third party partners, such as analytics tools providers, to collect this data. Fin uses cookies for a number of reasons, including: to analyze and improve Fin; to help Fin recognize you when you communicate with a Fin user; and to keep track when you open or click on a link in an email or text message. Fin does not currently respond to Do Not Track signals from your browser, but you may be able to set your browser to delete or disable cookies. You may also be able to set your email options to prevent the automatic downloading of images that would allow Fin to know whether you opened an email or clicked on any links. Fin does not permit third party advertising networks to use cookies to collect information about anyone at this time, but may do so in the future.

How does Fin use the information it collects from and about you?

Fin uses the information it collects from and about you to provide its services to Users, including enabling them to search for and communicate with you.

How does Fin share the information it collects from or about me?

Fin treats any information it collects from or on behalf of a User as that User’s information. Fin may share any information it collects from or on behalf of a User, including your Contact Information or other information collected from or about you, with other Users of the Service, as governed by the Fin User Data Policy and Terms of Service.

Fin may share information it collects from or about you: with employees and contractors, service providers, vendors, and other third parties who help Fin provide and improve its services; with other companies the Fin Exploration Company (“FXPC”) owns, operates, or controls, either now or in the future; and in connection with a potential or actual change of ownership or control of all or part of Fin or FXPC, or their assets.

What should I do if I do not want a Fin User to communicate with me?

If you do not want to receive communications from a User via Fin, you can ask Fin for help by emailing Fin at stop@finxpc.com, or by replying “STOP” to any text message you receive from that User via Fin. You may still receive communications from other Fin Users.

What should I do if I am concerned about personal information Fin has collected from me?

If you have a concern about information that Fin has collected from you, please email Fin at privacy@finxpc.com.

How does Fin respond to legal requests and prevent harm?

Fin may access, preserve, and share any and all information in response to a legal request (like a search warrant, court order, subpoena, or government request or investigation) if Fin has a good faith belief that the law requires it to do so. Fin may also access, preserve, and share any and all information when it has a good faith belief it is necessary to: (i) detect, prevent, or address illegal activity (including fraud); (ii) detect, prevent, or address security issues; (iii) investigate possible violations of Fin’s terms and policies; (iv) enforce Fin’s terms and policies; and (v) protect Fin, you, and others from harm or liability.

Where does Fin store the information it collects?

Fin stores and processes the information it collects in the United States. Fin is only available to citizens and permanent residents of the United States. Responding to any communications that include an @fin.com email address will be construed as consenting to having your personal information transferred to and processed in the United States.

What do I do if I learn that a Fin User has collected information from a child under 13?

If you believe that Fin has inadvertently collected information from a child under 13 without parental consent, please email Fin at safety@finxpc.com so Fin can delete it immediately.

How will I know if Fin makes changes to this Non-User Data Policy?

Fin may make changes to this policy. If Fin makes any changes to this policy, Fin will post the updated version here, and will update the date of last revision at the bottom of this page.

How can I contact Fin if I have questions about this Non-User Data Policy?

If you have questions about this policy, you can send an email to privacy@finxpc.com or write to Fin at:

Fin Exploration Company, Inc.
Attn: Legal Department
350 Sansome Street
San Francisco, CA 94014

Date of last revision: October 26, 2016