Personal Data Collection And Retention
We make no effort to collect any personal data about you or your use of our Products or Services. This includes data generated during any direct interaction with you, automatically from your use of our Products and Services, from unaffiliated parties, or by using or combining data to derive additional personal data about you. No personal information is required to use our Products or Services. Any personal data you proide to us or that is provided to us without solicitation is refused or discarded immediately, depending on the circumstances.
How We Protect Personal Data About You
We use a variety of administrative, technical, and physical security measures designed to ensure that we do not collect personal data from you. This is the best method to protect against the loss or misuse of your personal data.
Do Not Track
Under California law we must disclose how we respond to Web browser “do not track” signals or other mechanisms that provide consumers the ability to exercise choice regarding the collection of personally identifiable information about your online activities over time. Because there is not yet a common understanding of how to interpret the DNT signal, we do not currently respond to the browser DNT signals when you use our services and products or interact with our websites or online services.
We do not knowingly solicit minors (anyone under the age of 18) to purchase our Products or Services. Our Products and Services are not directed to children under the age of 13 nor designed to attract them, and we do not intentionally or knowingly collect personal data from anyone known to be under the age of 13.
Customer Proprietary Network Information – or "CPNI” – is data generated in connection with certain telecommunications services, i.e., voice services. Under US federal law, you have a right to protect the confidentiality of CPNI data. The Ghost Cell Phone Data Service doies not offer voice services and does not generate or collect CPNI data.
Our network does not collect data about device location.
Information for California Consumers: Your California Privacy Rights
Consumers residing in California are afforded certain additional rights with respect to their personal data under the “Shine the Light” Law (California Civil Code section 1798.83) and the California Consumer Privacy Act or “CCPA” (California Civil Code Section 1798.100 et seq).
Shine the Light
California Civil Code Section 1798.83, known as Shine the Light, requires us to disclose that California customers may request information concerning whether a business has disclosed personal data (as defined in the Shine the Light law) to any third parties for their direct marketing purposes. We do not disclose any data (as defined in the Shine the Light law) any companies for their direct marketing purposes.
Additional CCPA Disclosures Related to the Collection, Use, Disclosure and Sale of Personal Data
Categories of Personal Data Collected: In the preceding 12 months, we have collected the following categories of personal data, as pre-defined by the California Consumer Privacy Act: none.
Business or Commercial Purpose for Collecting Personal Data: none, as described in “Personal Data Collection And Retention” above.
Categories of Sources of Personal Data: none, as described in “Personal Data Collection And Retention” above.
Categories of Third Parties with Whom We Share Personal Data: none.
Categories of Personal Data Disclosed: In the preceding 12 months, we have disclosed the following categories of personal data for business or commercial purposes, as pre-defined by the California Consumer Privacy Act: none
Sales of Personal Data: We are also required by CCPA to disclose that in the preceding 12 months, Ghost Cell Phone Data Service “sold” (as the term “sale” is defined in CCPA) the following categories of personal data: none. What this means is a unique, resettable number that identifies your device was linked to online activity and shared with third parties who aggregate that data for advertising purposes. Ghost Cell Phone Data Service does not knowingly collect, and therefore does not sell, the personal data of minors.
CCPA Consumer Rights: The CCPA also requires us to communicate information about rights California consumers have to request access to their personal data, to request deletion of their personal data, to request additional details about our information practices, to request to opt out of the “sale” of their personal data, and the right not to be discriminated against for exercising these rights.
Information for Nevada Consumers: Your Nevada Privacy Rights
Nevada Revised Statutes Sections 603A.300-360 requires us to disclose that Nevada consumers may request that website and online service operators like The Ghost Cell Phone Data Service not sell certain information about them – referred to in the law as “covered information.” Ghost Cell Phone Data Service does not engage in any sales of covered information as defined in the law. Nevada consumers who nevertheless wish to submit a request that Ghost Cell Phone Data Service not sell their information may do so by contacting us.
Internet of Things
In many cases, we provide connectivity to Internet of Things (“IoT”) devices and services offered by other companies. In such cases, we collect no information about the information flowing over our network. However, the vendor servicing your Internet of Things (“IoT”) Service may collect information from the IoT device and any related app to support the Service to which you have subscribed. The information varies depending on the IoT Service, but may include personal data like contact information and location, audio, and device activity and measurement data. The Ghost Cell Phone Data Service is not responsible for this data.
Unaffiliated Websites, Mobile Applications And Service Providers
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