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PRIVACY-POLICY OF STUDENTS LEADS

                                   

 

The privacy of individuals on our database is important to us. The STUDENTS-LEADS database is maintained in a secure environment, and we employ a series of controls designed to protect the integrity of the database, as well as regulate access to and prevent unauthorized disclosure and/or usage of the database.

 

Principles

The Data Protection Act consists of eight principles which are guidelines for best practice in handling personal data:

1. Personal data must be processed fairly and lawfully

We (Students Leads) Tell already tell to our Students  for which purposes the data is being collected. The most common bases for processing personal data are to enter in a contract (for example contract of sale).

2. Personal data shall only be used in accordance with the purposes for which it was collected. (Education and related to Students needs) Ensure data collected for one purpose is not then used for a different purpose. This can be covered off by including all likely purposes in the DP fair processing message. The purposes for collecting the data must be reasonable (and obviously, lawful).

3. Personal data must be adequate, relevant and not excessive

4. Personal data must be accurate and where necessary kept up to date allow individuals the ability to update their data or to have it updated. This includes marketing communications.  It is common practice  for organisations to provide an opt-in approach to marketing (‘tick here if you wish to be contacted for marketing purposes’), and to enable the updating of personal data online.

5. Personal data must be kept for no longer than is necessary We develop a retention policy for personal data and ensure it is enforced.

Privacy Promises

The Data Protection Act consists of eight principles which are guidelines for best practice in handling personal data:

1. Personal data must be processed fairly and lawfully

Tell people for which purposes the data is being collected, and if applicable, that the data may be sent outside of the EEA (European Economic Area). The most common bases for processing personal data are to enter in a contract (for example contract of sale) or if you have the individual’s consent. Recorded telephone messages are useful tools for enabling these types of message, and can be optional (for example, press 1 to hear the DP message). Notices should be prominent where CCTV is used as these images are covered by the Act and would be in scope for data subject access requests if the images are not overwritten within 40 days.

Notify the Information Commissioner (via the online process) that you are processing personal data and for which purposes (there is a notification charge).

2. Personal data shall only be used in accordance with the purposes for which it was collected

Ensure data collected for one purpose is not then used for a different purpose. This can be covered off by including all likely purposes in the DP fair processing message. The purposes for collecting the data must be reasonable (and obviously, lawful).

3. Personal data must be adequate, relevant and not excessive

Do not collect data just in case it might be useful.

4. Personal data must be accurate and where necessary kept up to date

Allow individuals the ability to update their data or to have it updated. This includes marketing communications.  It is common practice nowadays for organisations to provide an opt-in approach to marketing (‘tick here if you wish to be contacted for marketing purposes’), and to enable the updating of personal data online.

5. Personal data must be kept for no longer than is necessary

Develop a retention policy for personal data and ensure it is enforced.

6. Personal data must be processed in accordance with the rights of data subjects

Ensure any requests from individuals for a copy of their data are responded to promptly and the data is provided within 40 days. Establish whether or not you require a fee (maximum £10) to be paid – and how it should be paid. Provide opt-in tick boxes for marketing communications and ensure this is accurately captured in systems. Many complaints rightly arise from people receiving marketing emails or calls when they have not requested them.

Privacy Promise

 

 

In accordance with the Privacy Promise, STUDENTS-LEADS, as a list compiler, complies with the following privacy protection practices among others:

1.      We request and encourage our clients to provide their customers with notice of their ability to opt-out of information exchanges, as well as make list users aware of the Privacy Promise.

2.     We honor consumer opt-out requests not to have their contact information transferred to others for marketing purposes.

3.     We accept and maintain consumer requests to be on an in-house suppression file.

4.     We subscribe to the DMA Mail Preference Service (MPS) and Telephone Preference Service (TPS) suppression files, which provide us with the names of individuals who have requested removal from consumer mailing and/or telemarketing lists.

While use of these suppression files is generally the responsibility of the end list user, STUDENTS-LEADS also subscribes to these services to make sure that the individuals on our lists have not already expressed their desire not to receive commercial solicitations from third parties. STUDENTS-LEADS, as a member of the DMA, subscribes to these services in order to facilitate the goals of these services — to honor the wishes of consumers who want to receive less advertising at home — and to provide our clients with more valuable lists of prospective customers.

If you would like more information on the MPS or TPS, please visit the DMA website at www.the-dma.org.

STUDENTS-LEADS also accepts and maintains consumer requests for removal from our database on an in-house suppression file. If you would like to be removed from STUDENTS-LEADS's in-house database, please send your full name, mailing address (including city, state and ZIP Code) and telephone number (with area code) to:studentsleads@gmail.com

Please specify whether you would like to be removed from mailing (including electronic mail) solicitations only, telemarketing solicitations only, or both.

E-mail Privacy Policy

As an aggregator of teen and youth e-mail data, STUDENTS-LEADS is committed to ensuring the privacy of the information supplied by individuals on our database. In the development of our e-mail database, we secure appropriate assurances from our data sources that they are in compliance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act, and call upon many of the same trusted sources that have provided us with data throughout the years.

Additionally, in regard to the compilation of STUDENTS-LEADS's e-mail database, we require our data sources to represent that:

§  Individuals contained in the source database have given their consent to the sharing of all their personally identifiable information, including e-mail address. STUDENTS-LEADS believes that all data must be 100% opt-in prior to being incorporated into the STUDENTS-LEADS e-mail database. STUDENTS-LEADS knowingly aggregates only opt-in data and, in furtherance of this goal, monitors the opt-in language and privacy policies of our sources.

§  Individuals are given an opportunity to choose how their information is used by the data source and have been assured that their information will not be shared without their permission.

STUDENTS-LEADS requires its clients to agree to comply with the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act and the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). In particular, we require that all e-mail campaigns provide the recipient with an opportunity to unsubscribe. Any individual who chooses to unsubscribe is immediately removed from our database.

We maintain a series of controls designed to protect the integrity of the database, as well as control access to and prevent unauthorized usage of the database. Data is maintained at STUDENTS-LEADS's fulfillment house and typically all e-mail transmission is handled through them. Prior to transmission, a sample of the e-mail message is required for STUDENTS-LEADS's review and approval. Data is available for a one-time use only, unless agreed to in writing prior to transmission.

Privacy Legislation

STUDENTS-LEADS takes Privacy Laws very seriously, and adheres to guidelines established by the following:

Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)

The primary goal of the COPPA is to place parents in control over what information is collected from their children online.

STUDENTS-LEADS does not knowingly collect, use or retain data from Internet sources for children under the age of 10.

In addition, STUDENTS-LEADS will delete any records of such personal information that comes to STUDENTS-LEADS's attention and STUDENTS-LEADS invites you to notify us of any such information that may be included in our database so that we may delete the information from our records.

FTC's Telemarketing Sales Rules (TSR)
and the National Do Not Call Registry

The enactment of the National Do Not Call list legislation dramatically affects the way that telemarketing calls are placed to consumers. Under this legislation, companies involved in telemarketing transactions (with certain exemptions) need to register with the FTC and access the National Do Not Call Registry for suppression purposes.

1.     If you wish to purchase telemarketing data from STUDENTS-LEADS, we are obligated to collect your Subscription Account Number (SAN) directly from you, to ensure that you have subscribed to, and will access, the Do Not Call list for suppression purposes. You will need to complete our SAN form, which is available through your sales representative. Please visitwww.ftc.gov/donotcall or https://telemarketing.donotcall.gov for more information on obtaining a SAN number.

2.     If you determine that your company's use of our telemarketing data meets the criteria for exemption as defined by the FTC, and you wish to purchase telemarketing data from ASL, we will request your completion of our suppression waiver form. This form is available through your sales representative. Please visit the FTC website for information on exemptions to the Registry.

We urge you to please visit the FTC website at www.ftc.gov/donotcall orhttps://telemarketing.donotcall.gov to ensure that you are in compliance with all regulations.

Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography
and Marketing (CAN-SPAM)

STUDENTS-LEADS strictly adheres to the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003, and we strongly encourage our clients to do the same. This Federal law expressly prohibits the sending of unsolicited e-mail messages with misleading subject lines, and restricts the sending of messages to those consumers that have previously opted-out of receiving messages. Additionally, STUDENTS-LEADS follows the widely accepted practices of responsible e-mail marketers, including without limitation, sending e-mail messages that:

§  Display a subject line that is relevant to the actual offer.

§  Provide an accurate return address line.

§  Contain a clear and conspicuous working opt-out mechanism that is electronic.

§  Include the physical address of the advertiser/sender.

§  Suppress all previously opted-out e-mail addresses.

§  Contain content that is relevant to the audience.

 

List User's Obligation to Comply with All Applicable Laws, Rules and Regulations

Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the obligation for ensuring complete compliance with all Federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations and rulings remains with the end user of the data, and ASL is not able to provide its clients with legal advice relating to such compliance.

Data Collected on This Website

Information collected through the STUDENTS-LEADS website will be used solely by STUDENTS-LEADS to process your request. From time to time, we may also use your contact information to notify you of additional new products and offers from ASL. We will not supply your information to a third party.

 

 

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