Updated: December 16, 2020
This privacy statement covers the information DraftSpark collects about you when using our products (DraftSpark RFP Assistant, DraftSpark Search, DraftSpark for Word) or services, or otherwise interact with us, whether visiting our website, communicating with us, or attending an event. This privacy statement also applies to DraftSpark’s marketing and advertising practices where and when it is referenced. It is meant to inform you about our collection and use of your personal data. We refer to all of these products and interactions collectively as “Services” in this policy.
DraftSpark is a brand owned by Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated (PARC). In this policy, “we” and “us” refers to the DraftSpark brand, and “PARC” refers to Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated.
The Information We Collect
Through the use of web beacons, cookies, embedded links and other commonly used data-gathering tools, the Services automatically gather certain usage information on DraftSpark’s server logs including your IP address; what web page you’ve last visited; computer and connection information such as browser type and version, operating system and platform; the frequency of your visits to the Services and the pages you view and other actions you take while using the Services.
The Personal Information We Collect
If you submit information or register for the Services, DraftSpark may ask for your name, email address, company name, mailing address, phone number, and information about your interests and preferences. Once you submit information or register you are no longer anonymous to DraftSpark.
For more information on how we handle Customer Data collected in the Product, please refer to the DraftSpark Terms of Service.
How We Use the Information
DraftSpark may use this information to help customize the content that you see and to contact you. DraftSpark will not send you information, including email, unless you advise DraftSpark during the information submission or registration process, or subsequently request, that you do want to receive these types of correspondence from DraftSpark.
How We Share the Information
These Services contain links to other web sites and services. DraftSpark is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these other web sites. You will need to check the policy statement of these other websites to understand their policies regarding the collection and use of information.
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile device by websites you visit. These files identify specific information about visits to the site. Cookies help you by allowing websites to recognize your computer or mobile device, enabling you to navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences and improving your user experience.
A web beacon is an electronic image that can be used to recognize a cookie on your computer or other device when you view a web page or email. DraftSpark may use web beacons in our Services, to measure their effectiveness. For example, web beacons may be used to count the number of individuals who visit the Service from a particular source, or the number of individuals who open a particular email.
DraftSpark’s Commitment To Data Security
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, DraftSpark has put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information DraftSpark collects online. For more information on DraftSpark’s Privacy Policies, please contact the DraftSpark team at Support@DraftSpark.ai.
DraftSpark’s Commitment To Children’s Privacy
Protecting the privacy of the very young is especially important. For that reason, DraftSpark does not knowingly collect or maintain personal data through our Services from children under 13 (or such age as a child is defined by local law if higher), and no part of the Service is structured to attract children under thirteen years old.
All periodic communications from DraftSpark include the option to unsubscribe, typically by clicking a link near the bottom of the communication. All of our email communications strive for 100% compliance with the 2003 CAN-SPAM Act.
California Privacy Rights
Under California law, California residents can now ask companies with whom they have an established business relationship to provide certain information about the companies’ sharing of personal information with third parties for direct marketing purposes during the past year. To make such a request please contact us as described below. DraftSpark complies with California’s Online Privacy Protection Act, CalOPPA.
How To Contact Us
DraftSpark, Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated
3333 Coyote Hill Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Or by email to Support@DraftSpark.ai