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We understand that your privacy is of the utmost importance to you. TestSpin is committed to protecting the privacy and confidential information of those who register or otherwise affiliate with TestSpin.
1. What Personally Identifying Information Does TestSpin Gather?
a) Registration information and completed surveys or focus groups.
TestSpin provides a complete solution for conducting surveys and focus groups. To conduct these surveys and focus groups, TestSpin collects personally identifying information from both Clients and Testers. Clients are persons or companies who use our Site and Services to conduct surveys or focus groups. Testers are those who register with TestSpin and are respondents to the Clients' surveys or focus groups. Upon registration, Clients and Testers provide us with personally identifying information such as your name, address and email address. We use this information to establish individual accounts and provide the survey and focus group services. In addition, Testers provide demographic information such as age, sex, and general location so that we may determine if the Tester is eligible to participate in surveys or focus groups that require Testers to meet a specific demographic profile. Finally, we collect the survey or focus group information that you, the Tester, have participated in.
We place "Cookies," or small data files, on your computer that allow us to recognize you each time you visit our website. By doing this, we can monitor traffic through the site and make the site more user-friendly. We also collect, with either cookies or weblogs, users' IP addresses and log in times that are identified by individual users.
Anyone using this Site or the Services warrants and promises that they are 13 years of age or older. TestSpin does not intend to collect personally identifying information from anyone under the age of 13. If you are under the age of 13 we ask that you do not use this web service.
Surveyor's and Tester's personally identifying information is protected in a secure database and by passwords. While no security system is fail-safe, TestSpin will take reasonable measures to ensure that our network and database are secure. Testers and Clients are likewise responsible for taking reasonable precautions to protect the secrecy of their passwords.
3. How Can I Remove My Personally Identifying Information From TestSpin's Website?
You can notify us at any time to remove your registration information from our database by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon termination of your account, we will not keep any personal records concerning you except as required by law.
4. How Will TestSpin Use the Surveys or Focus Group Responses?
TestSpin will use responses and related data to generate reports and associated documents. The information is then given to the Clients and stored in the Clients' password protected accounts.
5. How Will TestSpin Use My Personally Identifying Information?
TestSpin will not release personally identifying information to anyone. TestSpin only uses personally identifying information to conduct focus groups or send surveys to Testers on behalf of the Clients. Once the Testers complete the survey or focus group, TestSpin delivers the survey or focus group information to the Surveyor. TestSpin sends the survey or focus group information without disclosing any personally identifying information about its Testers. A Tester's Demographic information that a Surveyor may require is disclosed only in aggregate form. In other words, individual demographic information is not disclosed.
TestSpin may identify a Tester using their zip code. Many commonly used segmentation systems use Zip Code + Four Digits to classify buyers. Many survey or focus group creators request respondents using these classifications. Zip codes are NOT required for TestSpin's services; however, its inclusion will potentially expand the number of surveys or focus groups for which you are eligible.
TestSpin will not sell, distribute, publish or otherwise disclose your personally identifying information without your express permission. However, if we believe you have breached the Terms of Agreement, especially with regard to publishing, transmitting, or distributing unlawful, pornographic, harmful, abusive, threatening, harassing, tortious, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, libelous, invasive of another's privacy, hate oriented, racist or otherwise objectionable materials or content, we will report such conduct to the appropriate authorities, and in accordance with any laws, we will turn over any and all information, including personally identifying information, to appropriate persons or entities.
Testers should be aware that in responding to surveys or focus groups they may be disclosing personally identifying information to Clients. The security and privacy protections in place on this Site and through the Service do not cover this type of transfer or disclosure of personally identifying information. Testers responding to surveys or focus groups are solely responsible for the content of their responses.