The information that you share with Clean Reputations is clubbed with other users in a way that no individual can be singled out. We will not disclose any information without your consent, unless it is legally binding. We are not restrained in the use of non-identifiable data, like number of users, the geological clustering of users, etc. However, you can be assured that Clean Reputations will NOT share or rent or sell your personal information with any third party, except in the following cases:
The registration form of Clean Reputations is the primary mode of collecting information. It is protected with a username and password. The Clean Reputations team will welcome you with an email. You can provide your location and gender and other information that identifies your demographic group. Clean Reputations is the sole owner of the main and associate websites. We collect personal information at various stages of your association with us.
A cookie helps storing browsing information for a user. We store information through cookies, but these cannot be used to identify personal information. Session cookies are used so that you can navigate our websites easily. These expire when you shut down the browser. The persistent cookies stay on in your hard drive. You have to clean it out manually. We track persistent cookies to offer you the best packages and discounts. If you delete them, you cannot enter surveys and contests.
The sensitive information that you share with us is stored behind firewalls and uses secure socket layer (SSL) technology. We test our security systems regularly. As you know, no security system is impenetrable. We do not guarantee or provide warranty on information and data. On your part, the Clean Reputations password needs to be protected as per the usual guidelines.
Commit to Reputation Management
27th June, 2011
To build up a reputation management campaign, you need to figure out if you are committed to the task. Commitment comes in the form of a decision to spend the required resources over a period of time. You have to think...Read More