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PulsePoint respects and values your privacy. PulsePoint's Privacy Policies describe the information PulsePoint collects about you, how we use that information and the choices you can make about the use of your information. This summary provides key highlights from the Website and Ad Exchange privacy policies (in the above tabs).

Please read the complete Privacy Policy section to gain a full understanding of PulsePoint's Privacy Policies.

WEBSITE POLICY

PRIVACY POLICY 

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PulsePoint Website Privacy Policy
Updated as of July 2017

PulsePoint, Inc. and our affiliates and wholly-owned subsidiaries, including but not limited to, AllVoices Inc. and PulsePoint Holdings, LLC (collectively “PulsePoint” or “we”), respect and value your privacy. This privacy policy (our “Privacy Policy”) explains our practices regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of information collected through the use of websites owned and operated by PulsePoint (“Website”).

This Privacy Policy does not apply to any information we may collect and use in our ad exchange as we do not use any information collected directly through our Websites in our ad exchange. To learn about the information we collect and use in our ad exchange, please visit PulsePoint’s ad exchange privacy policy, which is available via the Ad Exchange tab above.

PulsePoint is a member of the Network Advertising Initiative(“NAI”) and follows the NAI’s Code of Conduct, which outlines self-regulatory principles for interest based advertising. PulsePoint also complies with the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (“DAA”) Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising.

We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Policy from time to time. Changes will be posted on this Website and the effective date of the Privacy Policy will be revised accordingly.

What Types of Information Do We Collect?

Non-Personally Identifiable Information (“Non-PII”)

We may collect information that does not identify you personally, but is linked to your computer or device.  We collect Non-PII from you in the normal course of operating our Websites. When you visit our Websites to browse, read, or download information, we automatically collect information about your computer that your browser sends, such as your IP address, browser type and language, access times, pages visited, and referring website addresses. We do not link this information to anything that will allow us to identify users except to enforce compliance with our terms of service or to protect our rights or the rights of others. We may also collect Non-PII through “cookies” or “pixel tags” as explained below.

We may collect information about your mobile device such as the type and model, operating system (e.g., iOS or Android), carrier name, mobile browser (e.g., Chrome, Safari), applications using our Website, and identifiers assigned to your device, such as  the iOS Identifier for Advertising (IDFA), Android Advertising ID (AAID), or unique device identifier (a number uniquely given to your device by your device manufacturer), sometimes referred to as a mobile carrier ID.

We may also collect your location information, such as your zip code or the approximate geographic area provided by your Internet service provider (ISP) or location positioning information provided by the location services and GPS features of your mobile device when location services have been enabled.

Personally Identifiable Information

PII is information that allows us to identify and communicate with you as an individual, client, or prospective client. We may collect and retain PII that you provide through our Websites. This is typically business contact information, and may include:

First and Last Name
Physical Address
E-mail Address
Phone Number

Such information may be provided, for example, when you register an account on any of the Websites or request more information through a form on the Websites. We may collect any other PII you provide through the Websites.

How Do We Use Your Information?

We use PII to respond to inquiries initiated by individuals, to provide services requested by such individuals, to alert businesses and prospective businesses to changes in services or features, and to provide businesses and prospective businesses with requested information
regarding our services.  We may follow-up with you directly using the PII that you have provided to us, including your e-mail address, to discuss our products and services. 

We also use Non-PII to assess the use and operation of our Websites, such as how many users visited the Websites and the pages accessed. Collecting this information helps us tailor our Websites to our visitors and improve its performance.

Retargeting

Once you have visited our Websites, we may serve you PulsePoint ads on your device when you visit other sites across the Internet. When you visit our Websites we may place a cookie on your device (see the section, “How We Use Cookies on this Site” below for more information on “cookies”). When you leave our Websites and go to another website, we may serve a PulsePoint ad to you on that website. You can opt-out of receiving ads from us using the methods described in the “Consumer Choice” section below.

What Information do We Share?

Except as stated in this Privacy Policy, we will not share your PII or Non-PII with third parties. We may share PII and Non-PII with subcontractors, vendors and other businesses that we engage to perform functions on our behalf.  For example, we may engage third parties to analyze data or provide marketing assistance. These entities are given access to your information only for the purposes of performing the functions for which we have engaged them.

We may also share PII and Non-PII under the following circumstances:   (1) if required by law, such as by a court order, statute, regulation, rule, or through legal process; (2) in response to requests from federal, state, local, or foreign law and civil enforcement agencies, such as a search warrant, subpoena, or court order, or for law enforcement purposes; (3) in the event of a corporate transaction involving the Exchange business, such as the sale of that business or all or most of PulsePoint’s assets or equity to another company; (4) in the event of a bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, receivership, or assignment for the benefit of our creditors; or (5) if we determine it necessary in connection with an investigation or in order to protect our legal rights.

Although the Non-PII that we share does not identify you personally, there is a risk that third parties who receive such information from us may be able to re-identify you through other information they gather.

How We Use Cookies on our Websites

Cookies and these other technologies are useful because they allow us to recognize your device and remember information about you, such as your preferred language and other general settings. Most of the cookies are stored in your browser which usually gives you the ability to manage them (though browsers for mobile devices may not offer this possibility). Cookies play an important role.

You have several choices when it comes to opting-out of the collection of information about your web browsing activities through cookies. As a member of NAI, PulsePoint is committed to providing you with information on these opt-out choices. See the “Consumer Choice” section below for ways to opt-out. You can also find information about opting-out on the NAI website.

Consumer Choice

We are committed to following the NAI’s Code of Conduct and complying with the DAA’s Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising, which encourage consumer choice.

You may opt-out of receiving ads from us by clicking the YourAdChoices Icon on ads that we send you, visiting the opt-out pages on the NAI website (you may access the NAI’s opt-out tool here) and the DAA website (you may access the DAA’s opt-out tool here). Opting out does not prevent you from seeing ads; it simply means that we will no longer collect data for the purpose of providing you PulsePoint ads.

The DAA and NAI opt-out tools are cookie-based. They signal us so that we do not collect data online or deliver PulsePoint ads targeting you, and only affect the Internet/web browser on the computer where the cookies are installed. These opt-out tools will only function if your browser is set to accept third-party cookies. If you delete an opt-out cookie or all your cookies from a browser’s cookie files, change web browsers or change computers, you will no longer be opted out of our data collection and ad targeting, and we may place a new cookie unless an opt-out cookie is again reset on that browser. Opting out using one browser on one computer will not opt you out using any other browser on the same or another computer.

If you are using a mobile device, your mobile device may offer settings to limit or disable mobile apps from gathering certain information. You should check the settings for the app and your device.

In addition, if you would like to be removed from our client list for receiving informational and promotional materials, please contact us at info@pulsepoint.com.

Security

We use reasonable security measures to protect the data in our possession. However, no method of transmission or storage of data is 100% secure and we will not be responsible for any damage that results from a security breach of data or the unauthorized access to or use of information, whether PII or Non-PII. To the extent we provide your PII to any third parties,
we will request that they use reasonable security measures to protect your information.

Social Media Features

Our Websites include social media features, such as the Facebook ‘like’ button. These features may allow the social media provider, like Facebook, to collect certain information, such as your IP address or which page you are visiting on our Websites, and may set a cookie on your computer to enable the feature to function properly. Your interactions with these features are governed by the privacy policy of the social media provider offering them.

Links to Other Sites

The Websites contain links to other websites that are not owned or controlled by PulsePoint. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other websites. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of those websites to understand their data privacy practices. This Privacy Policy applies only to information we collect through our Website.

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at privacy@pulsepoint.com or in writing at:

PulsePoint Privacy/Legal Department
360 Madison Avenue, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10017
Tel: (212) 706-4800

Children's Privacy

We do not knowingly collect information from or target end-users under the age of 18.  Our Websites are neither developed for nor directed at children.  If we learn we have collected or received information from a child under 18 without verification of parental consent, we will endeavor to delete that information.

Access

If you would like a list of your PII we have on file, you should write to PulsePoint Privacy Department, 360 Madison Avenue, 14th Floor, New York, New York, 10017. We may take reasonable steps to confirm the identity of the consumer in an effort to prevent identity theft.

Cross-Border Data Transfers

Our Websites are based in the United States, and operate under United States law. If you are located outside of the United States, the information we collect may be transferred to and processed in the United States and in other countries where the privacy laws may not be the same as the laws where you reside. Additional considerations apply to the collection, use, and disclosure of information from individuals who live in the European Economic Area. For more information, including our participation in the EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield, click here.

Do Not Track (“DNT”)

DNT is a privacy preference that you may set in certain web browsers. DNT is intended to allow you another method of informing websites and services that you do not want certain information about your website visits collected. We do not currently respond to DNT signals.

AD EXCHANGE POLICY

PRIVACY POLICY 

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Ad Exchange Privacy Policy 
Updated as of July 2017


PulsePoint, Inc. and our affiliates and wholly-owned subsidiaries, including but not limited to, AllVoices Inc. and PulsePoint Holdings, LLC (collectively “PulsePoint” or “we”), respect and value your privacy. We operate an ad exchange (the “Exchange”), which facilitates­ ad placement for advertisers and publishers on mobile applications (“apps”) and websites.
This privacy policy (our “Privacy Policy”) explains our practices regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of information on our Exchange.

This Privacy Policy does not apply to any information we may collect when you visit our PulsePoint owned and operated website(s) (“Website(s)”), as we do not use any information collected through our Website(s) in our Exchange. To learn about the information we collect through our Website(s), please visit PulsePoint’s Website(s) privacy policy, which is available via the Website Tab above.

PulsePoint is a member of the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) and follows the NAI’s Code of Conduct, which outlines self-regulatory principles for interest based advertising. PulsePoint also complies with the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (“DAA”) Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising.

We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Policy from time to time. Changes will be posted on our Website and the effective date of the Privacy Policy will be revised accordingly.

What Types of Information Do We Collect?

Non-Personally Identifiable Information (“Non-PII”)

We and our service providers (publishers, advertising partners, or third parties from whom we obtain data) may collect information that does not identify you personally, but is linked to your computer or device and may reflect how you interact with a webpage or the ads you view or click.  We or our service providers may also collect Non-PII from your mobile device or apps on your mobile device that use the Exchange. The Non-PII that we collect does not identify you personally but it may enable us to recognize your computer or device over time. For example, when you visit a webpage or click on an ad, we or our service providers may collect information, which includes, but is not limited to:

· which websites you have visited and information about your visit, including what time of day you visited those websites;

· information about the ads served, viewed, or clicked on, such as the time of day of your visit, where the ad was served, whether you clicked on it, and whether you visited the advertiser’s website or purchased the product or service advertised;

· information regardi
ng the app visited, session start/stop time, time zone, and network connection type (e.g., WiFi, cellular);

· information about your mobile device, such as the type and model, software version, manufacturer, operating system (e.g., iOS or Android), carrier name, mobile browser (e.g., Chrome, Safari), applications using the Exchange and the version of such applications, and identifiers assigned to your device, such as its iOS Identifier for Advertising (IDFA), Android Advertising ID (AAID), or unique device identifier (a number uniquely given to your device by your device manufacturer), sometimes referred to as a mobile carrier ID;

· your Internet protocol (IP) address (a unique number that is automatically assigned to a computer when surfing the web);  

· your location information, such as your zip code or the approximate geographic area provided by your Internet service provider (ISP) or location positioning information provided by the location services and GPS features of your mobile device or website when location services have been enabled. We may also infer the geo-location of your device based on data collected through, for example, a WiFi identifier that the device is connected to.

We may also collect Non-PII from third parties that is not linked to your computer or mobile device for use in our Exchange.


Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”)


PII is information unique to you that may be used to identify you individually. We may acquire PII from our publishers or advertising partners or other third parties. Depending upon the source, the PII may include information such as e-mail address, financial account numbers, gender, or certain specific demographic and other information. More precise location positioning, or location information combined with other data, may make it possible to pinpoint an exact location, which in some instances could be considered PII.

Sensitive Data

Certain PII and Non-PII may also be considered “Sensitive Data.” Some examples of Sensitive Data are your social security number and financial account numbers. Sensitive Data can also include certain types of information related to your health, such as information on certain past, present, or future medical conditions and treatment of those conditions (sometimes also referred to as protected health information or “PHI”), prescriptions you have filled,
laboratory results, and information about your health or wellness, including information
regarding sexually transmitted diseases (“Sensitive Health Data”). Some examples of the categories of Sensitive Health Data we collect are available here. PHI collected and stored by us may not be protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”)

How Do We Use Your Information?

We use the information we acquire to better target and provide insights about an ad campaign. For example, we may use both PII and Non-PII gathered from ads we have placed to provide our clients with ad-related services, such as statistical reporting about website activity and the number of ads served, and to provide more ads to end-users based on the
specific website URL, or webpage, visited. We also use the information we acquire to serve ads to more targeted audiences as explained below. We consider your PII, Sensitive Data (including Sensitive Health Data), and precise location information to be confidential information. Accordingly, we will obtain your consent, or, when we acquire that information from third parties, we will request they obtain it in compliance with applicable law, and where required by applicable law or our self-regulatory obligations, secure your consent to provide the information to us and for us to use and share your information with others
as explained in this Privacy Policy, including for interest based advertising (“IBA”) purposes.

Segments

We use the information we acquire to deliver ads to the most relevant recipients. For example, we may use PII and Non-PII to develop audience segments, or groupings of individuals with common interests or characteristics, and deliver ads to the individuals within a segment, or to the websites frequented by users of a particular segment, that we determine are relevant to that segment. So, for example, if you are a student, we may deliver ads for school course offerings or financial aid.

Segments may be based on demographic characteristics such as age and gender, geographic area, and other categories derived from various information, including purchasing tendencies. Segments may also be based on certain medical conditions, such as flu or diabetes, or other medical conditions that are considered sensitive, such as cancer. Examples of some health segments we use are available here.

Our Exchange serves both contextual and targeted or interest-based advertising.

Contextual Ads

Placing an ad relevant to the content on the webpage is commonly referred to as contextual advertising. These ads are targeted to content categories only, meaning that a visitor of a webpage sees an ad relevant to the content found on the webpage visited. Displaying an ad for sneakers on a website that promotes running is an example of contextual advertising. Many of our ads focus on contextual advertising.

Targeted Ads

We may engage in IBA (or online behavioral advertising (“OBA”)). This may utilize the segments referred to above and PII and Non-PII derived from browsing habits on the Internet to target specific ads to individuals. For example, if an advertiser wants us to display ads to individuals who have expressed interest in, for example, acne, sun-care products, or advances in treating certain medical conditions, we may serve ads for those products or services to those individuals based on segment data and Internet browsing habits. The purpose of such advertising is to serve ads relevant to the interests of the individuals seeing them. We may also engage in IBA utilizing PII or Sensitive Health Data.

Retargeting

We may serve ads to you based on your previous visits to a website or clicks on an ad. For example, an advertiser might ask us to display a particular ad to people who have recently visited the advertiser’s website. In some instances, a cookie is placed on your computer while at the advertiser’s site, and when that cookie is seen by us on the website of another company in our Exchange, we will deliver the advertiser’s ad there. We may also use information collected from mobile apps and browsers to serve ads across devices for the purpose of linking devices to relevant individuals.

Geo-Fencing

We or our service providers may deliver ads to your mobile device when you are in certain geographic locations. This type of targeted advertising is referred to as “geo-fencing” or “geo-targeting.” Geo-fencing works by placing a “fence” around a certain geographic (“geo”) location.  For example, we or one of our service providers could create a 2 square mile “fence” around a grocery store. When you go inside that fence or target area, we or our service providers may serve you specific ads based on you being in that target area. In the case of the grocery store example, you may, for example, be served ads about the grocery store or a product sold in that grocery store. 

With geo-fencing we do not continuously, periodically, or intermittently track your precise location. The geo location of your device will, however, be provided to us or one of our service partners when you enter the target area, and we may also be provided other Non-PII. Geo-fencing monitors an area and sends notifications either to an app you have on your mobile device or directly to us or our service providers when the boundary is crossed, either in or out. Those apps use this location information to process status updates only if you have geolocation enabled on your mobile device. We will not target you with ads based on your geolocation unless we believe you have provided consent to do so. 

If you want to limit or prevent location data from being collected from your device you can adjust this capability through your mobile device settings. Please refer to your applicable device settings for instructions on how to manage your location settings. Additional options for opting out of receiving targeted ads can be found in the “Consumer Choice” section below.

What Information Do We Share?

Except as stated in this Privacy Policy, we will not share your PII or Sensitive Data with third parties. We share your PII and Sensitive Data with third parties (i) when we have received assurance from the party who gave us that information that you consented to do so; and (ii) so that third parties may bid, purchase, and target ads to you directly or otherwise use or
share that information with others for advertising or marketing purposes. As with targeted ads, we may share your PII with third parties so that they may retarget you as well. We may also remove identifying information from PII (de-identify it) therefore rendering it Non-PII, and share that de-identified information with third parties, such as in segment information we create.

We may share Non-PII with third parties. For example, we may provide information to others as to the specific ads to which a segment of end-users was exposed, or we may make certain information, such as certain demographic information, about end-users viewing an ad available to buyers and potential buyers of such ads. We may also disclose how frequently the average Exchange end-user requests pages about a certain category (such as health or finance), or which ads a segment of end-user interacts with on domains across our Exchange.


Although the Non-PII information that we share, including the Non-PII that is not linked to your computer or mobile device, does not identify you personally, there is a risk that third parties who receive such information from us may be able to re-identify you through other information they gather. We request written assurances from third parties that they will not attempt to re-identify non-PII to any particular individual.

In addition to the uses noted in this Privacy Policy, we also may disclose PII and Non-PII (including Sensitive Data) under the following circumstances: (1) if required by law, such as by a court order, statute, regulation, rule or through legal process; (2) in response to requests from federal, state, local, or foreign law and civil enforcement agencies, such as a search warrant, subpoena, or court order, or for law enforcement purposes; (3) in the event of a corporate transaction involving the Exchange business, such as the sale of that business or all or most of PulsePoint’s assets or equity to another company; (4) in the event of a bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, receivership, or assignment for the benefit of our creditors; or (5) if we determine it necessary in connection with an investigation or in order to protect our legal rights.

We may also share PII and Non-PII with subcontractors, vendors, and other businesses that we partner with to perform functions on our behalf. For example, we may partner with third parties to analyze data or provide marketing assistance. We request written assurances that your information will only be used for the purposes of performing the functions for which we have engaged them.

How We Use Cookies

We and our service providers also collect Non-PII through technologies such as “cookies” and “pixel tags” (which are also called clear GIFs, web beacons, or pixels). “Cookies” are small data files that are stored by your web browser on your computer. When you visit a webpage, the cookie sends back Non-PII. “Pixel tags” are small graphic images (usually invisible) that
can be embedded in content and ads on a webpage that track usage of our Exchange and effectiveness of communication. These pixel tags can then be used to recognize our cookies and to monitor certain user interactions with a website.

Cookies are usually stored in your browser which usually gives you the ability to manage them (though browsers for mobile devices may not offer this possibility). 

You have several choices when it comes to opting-out of the collection of information through cookies. As a member of NAI, PulsePoint is committed to providing you with information on the choices you have to opt-out of the information that is collected about you through cookies. See the “Consumer Choice” section below for ways to opt-out. You can also find information on opting-out on the NAI website.

Consumer Choice

We are committed to following the NAI’s Code of Conduct for interest based advertising and complying with the DAA’s Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising, which encourage consumer choice.

You may opt-out of our Exchange for IBA/OBA. Opting out does not prevent you from seeing ads; it simply means that we will no longer collect data for the purpose of IBA/OBA, and you will no longer receive ads based on your historical viewing interests, personal characteristics, consumer segments, or other information. You may still receive contextual ads, as described above.

We encourage advertisers that place ads through the Exchange that are delivered for IBA/OBA to display the DAA’s YourAdChoicesIcon, which contains a link consumers may click to understand how their data is being used and see the choices they have to control the collection of data online and the display of ads for IBA/OBA. The DAA offers an opt-out tool to opt-out of the collection of data online and the display of ads for IBA/OBA. More information about the DAA’s YourAdChoices program and its opt-out tool are available here. Opting out from an advertiser will not, however, automatically opt you out of receiving IBA/OBA targeted ads from our Exchange. To opt out of our Exchange, you may go here. We
do, however, require advertisers with whom we partner to inform us if you opt-out of receiving their ads so that you are not sent those ads from our Exchange.

Since we are a member of the NAI, you may also use the NAI’s opt-out tool to opt-out of our collection of data online for IBA and the placement of interest based ads. You may access the NAI’s opt-out tool here.

The DAA and NAI opt-out tools are cookie-based. They signal us so that we do not collect data online or deliver ads for the purpose of IBA/OBA, and only affect the Internet/web browser on the computer where the cookies are installed. These opt-out tools will only function if your browser is set to accept third-party cookies. If you delete an opt-out cookie or all cookies from a browser’s cookie files, change web browsers or change computers, you will no longer be opted out of our data collection and ad targeting, and we may place a new cookie unless an opt-out cookie is again reset on that browser. Opting out using one browser on one computer will not opt you out using any other browser on the same or another computer.

If you are using a mobile device, your mobile device may offer settings to limit or disable mobile apps from gathering certain information. You should check the settings for the app and your device.

If you want us to delete any of your Sensitive Data, including PHI, that we may have, or if you do not want us to share any such data with third parties, contact us via email at privacy@pulsepoint.com or in writing at:

PulsePoint
Privacy/Legal Department
360 Madison Avenue, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10017
Attn: Sensitive Data Opt-Out

Collection, Use, and Disclosure of Information by Others

This Privacy Policy applies only to information gathered by us in connection with our Exchange. There are other companies involved in collecting information and serving ads. The use of third-party pixels, cookies, and other technologies on websites that end-users visit, in apps that end-users use, and in ads served to end-users should be described by the privacy policies associated with those websites, apps, and ads. We have no responsibility for the collection, use, or disclosure of information by those third parties via such websites, apps, or ads.

Security

We use reasonable security measures to protect the data in our possession. However, no method of transmission or storage of data is 100% secure and we will not be responsible for any damage that results from a security breach of data or the unauthorized access to or use of information, whether PII or Non-PII. To the extent we provide your PII to any third parties, we will request that they use reasonable security measures to protect your information.

Access

If you would like a list of your PII we have on file, you should write to PulsePoint Privacy Department, 360 Madison Avenue, 14th Floor, New York, New York, 10017. We may take reasonable steps to confirm the identity of the consumer in an effort to prevent identity theft.

Children

In the interest of the privacy of children, we do not knowingly collect information from or target end-users under the age of 18. The Exchange is neither developed for nor directed at children. If we learn we have collected or received information from a child under 18 without verification of parental consent, we will delete that information.

Cross-Border Data Transfers

The Exchange is based in the United States, and operates under United States law. If you are located outside of the United States, the information we collect may be transferred to and processed in the United States and in other countries where the privacy laws may not be the same as the laws where you reside. Additional considerations apply to the collection, use, and disclosure of information from individuals who live in the European Economic Area. For more information, including our participation in the EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield, click here.

Do Not Track (“DNT”)

DNT is a privacy preference that you may set in certain web browsers. DNT is intended to allow you another method of informing websites and services that you do not want certain information about your website visits collected. We do not currently respond to DNT signals.

OUR ADS

PRIVACY POLICY 

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PulsePoint works with online advertising companies to provide you with advertising that is as relevant and useful as possible. Some of the online ads you are served may be based on the content of the Web page you are visiting; some others may be based on registration information you provide; and other ads may be customized based on predictions about your interests generated from your visits to other Web sites.

Who placed this ad?

This ad was served by PulsePoint's Ad Exchange.

Where can I learn more about how PulsePoint selects ads?

Learn more about PulsePoint's privacy practices

What choices do I have about targeted advertising from PulsePoint?

Opt-Out of Behavioral Advertising

Visit the Network Advertising Initiative and the Digital Advertising Alliance sites to see your opt-out choices from other participating companies.

Where can I learn more about online advertising?

Learn more about online advertising and how it affects your privacy from the NAI.

Explore browser controls and plug-in tools to help set and maintain your privacy choices from the IAB

Understand your choices for online advertising from the DAA.

- This ad was served by PulsePoint's Ad Exchange.

Questions and Comments

If you have questions about the Exchange and your privacy, please e-mail privacy@pulsepoint.com.