Last Updated: December 27, 2019
GOPARK Technologies LLC (" we ," " us ," or " our ") respects your privacy and knows that you
we collect from you when you use goparkapp.com (the " Site ," including all subdomains) and the
services made available on it (the " Services ") and explains how we may use or share that
information we collect from you on the Site; through the Services; in email, text, and other
electronic correspondence; and through any mobile or desktop application through which we
any third party collects from you after you follow links on the Site, including any advertising and
AND GOPARK TECHNOLOGIES. BY USING THIS SITE AND THE RELATED
SERVICES, YOU UNCONDITIONALLY AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY, AND WARRANT THAT YOU HAVE FULL AUTHORITY
AND CAPACITY, LEGAL AND OTHERWISE, TO USE THE SERVICES. YOU MAY NOT
ACCESS OR USE THIS SITE OR THE SERVICES IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ANY
PART OF THESE TERMS. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO PERIODICALLY MAKE
CONTINUED USE OF THE SITE AFTER SUCH CHANGES CONSTITUTES YOUR
ACCEPTANCE OF THE CHANGES, SO PLEASE CHECK BACK PERIODICALLY FOR
1. Information We Collect
We may collect and use the following types of information from those who use the Site and the
• Information by which you may be personally identified, such as your name, address,
email address, phone number, billing and credit card information, and other information
that may not be publicly available (" personal information ").
• Information about you that does not identify you personally, including, but not limited to,
your demographic information (for example, your age, gender, race, religion, political
affiliation, and household income), personal interests, online interactions, viewing data,
requests for Services, communications with us and third parties, advertisement
interactions, Site feedback or suggestions, product reviews, and any other activities when
using the Site or the Services.
• Information you provide when you register with the Site and the Services, when adding
or updating account preferences, and when subscribing for any Services.
• Information you provide when submitting information to be posted or otherwise
displayed on public areas of the Site or transmitted to other visitors or third parties on the
internet (collectively, " User Contributions "). All User Contributions are submitted at
your own risk. Although we always seek to protect your information, we cannot
guarantee that our security over User Contributions is impenetrable. We also cannot
control how other visitors and third parties that gain access to User Contributions will use
We may combine information you provide us with other information about you that we obtain
from your past use of the Site and Services, from our business partners, and from other
companies. We may access other information about you collected from third parties, such as
social media and marketing companies. We will treat any non-personal information that is
combined with personal information as if it were all personal information.
a. Automatic Data Collection
We collect the following types of information from you as you use the Site through automatic
data collection technologies:
• Log file information commonly collected by host servers when you visit websites,
including internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP),
date and time stamps, referring/exit pages, domain names, landing pages, pages viewed,
click counts, and similar information. This information is not connected to personal
information and is used for purposes of administering the Site, analyzing trends, tracking
visitor activity, and collecting demographic data.
• Other details regarding your activities on the Site and Services, including your
equipment, operating system, software, traffic information, and location data.
Our automatic data collection includes the use of the following technologies:
• Cookies. A "cookie" is a small piece of data that is stored on a visitor's hard drive in
order to store information about visitor preferences and activities on the Site. We use this
information to optimize the experiences of our visitors. For instance, a cookie can help us
identify you when you return to the Site in order to save you time. In the event that our
personally identifiable information about you. You may also choose to refuse to accept
cookies by configuring the appropriate setting on your browser. However, doing so may
prevent you from being able to access parts of the Site or Services and may prevent the
Site from functioning properly.
• Web Beacons. A "web beacon" is a small file (also known as a clear gif or pixel tag) that
is embedded on a webpage, email, video, or other content that allows us to collect data
about visitors who interact with such webpages or emails, such as recording when such
content is accessed and reading other information from your browser. You may be able to
disable web beacons in our email communications by turning off "images" in your email
client settings. However, doing so may prevent you from being able to properly enjoy our
Services as they are designed to be used.
• Flash Cookies. A "flash cookie" is a local shared object (a text file) sent from a web
server to a client when a browser requests content supported by the Adobe Flash browser
plug-in. Your preferences for flash cookies are not managed in the same way as browser
cookies. Instead, you may change your preferences for flash cookies by changing your
settings on Adobe's website .
• DoubleClick DART Cookies. A "DoubleClick DART cookie" is a cookie that,
according to Google, Inc., "is used by Google in the ads served on publisher websites
displaying AdSense for content ads. When users visit an AdSense publisher's website and
either view or click on an ad, a cookie may be dropped on that end user's browser. The
data gathered from these cookies will be used to help AdSense publishers better serve and
manage the ads on their site(s) and across the web." You may opt out of using the DART
• Google Analytics. We may use Google Analytics or similar services to collect
non-personal information from you regarding your use of the Site. Google Analytics is a
interactions on the Site and analyzes how you use the Site. For more information on
Google Analytics, including how to set up privacy controls on how Google Analytics
collects your information, please see the help article, Safeguarding your data .
b. How We Respond to Do Not Track Signals
We do not track visitors' activities over time or across third-party websites and therefore do not
respond to Do Not Track (DNT) signals. However, many third-party websites track your
browsing activities in order to tailor advertisements and other content to your interests. If you do
not wish to be tracked in this manner, then you should configure your browser settings
2. How We Use Your Information
We are the sole owners of information collected from visitors on this Site. We will not sell or
rent your information to third parties. We use information collected from you or about you,
including personal information, for the following purposes:
• To administer the Site and enforce our rules and policies.
• To provide access to Site content and Services to you.
• To customize Site content and Services according to your preferences.
• To improve the Site and Services.
• To research and analyze the usage data, preferences, and trends of our visitors.
• To diagnose technical or Service-related problems.
• To maintain security over your information, the Site, and its contents.
• To research and analyze our target demographics.
• To fulfill any requests for information, products, or Services.
• To display your User Contributions.
• To process and respond to your feedback and suggestions.
• To provide targeted advertising.
• To contact you regarding your account or profile.
• To carry out our responsibilities and enforce any contracts between you and us, including
billing and collection rights.
• For any other use as we may indicate at the time you provide the information.
• To fulfill any other purpose with your consent.
All information collected from visitors of the Site belongs to us, whether or not such information
is personal information, information you volunteer, or information passively collected about you.
As such, such information may be subject to transfer to a new owner in the event of our
bankruptcy, sale, or liquidation.
3. How We Share Your Information
We may share personal information and other information that we collect as follows:
• With our affiliates, including any subsidiaries we now own or later acquire.
• With our trusted employees, contractors, business partners, service providers, suppliers,
vendors, and other third parties that support us, which may include sending you emails on
our behalf; analyzing your activities and interactions on the Site in order to make
improvements to the Site, Services, and experiences of our visitors; and providing
support to the Site, the Services, our operations, or fulfilling your requests. These third
parties may only use personal information in order to provide such support and are
contractually required to maintain the confidentiality of your information. For example,
we may share personal information with credit card processing companies in order to bill
visitors for goods or services.
• With a buyer, successor, or other third party due to a merger, restructuring,
reorganization, or other transfer or disposition of GOPARK Technologies or our
operations, including, but not limited to, in the event of a sale, bankruptcy, dissolution, or
similar proceeding. In such event, we will provide you with prior notification if your
• In response to court orders, subpoenas, or legal processes, such as requests from
government regulatory or law enforcement agencies; to defend, pursue, or participate in
legal actions or proceedings or exercise a legal right; to take precautions against actual or
potential liabilities; to investigate or respond to potential or suspected illegal activities,
fraud, or threats to the Site, its visitors, or the property or physical safety of any person;
to enforce or investigate violations of our rules; or as otherwise permitted or required by
• With those that we so indicate at the time you provide the information.
• To third parties when we have your consent or when we have parental consent if the
visitor is a minor.
We may store personal information in locations outside of our direct control; for instance, on
servers or databases where the hosting provider is located. Additionally, we may share or sell
aggregate information about our visitors that does not personally identify individuals with our
partners, affiliates, advertisers, and other third parties without restriction. This information may
include personal information that we have changed so that individuals are no longer personally
identifiable. We may also share this information with third parties in order to analyze visitor
data, activities, and usage of the Site or Services in order to make improvements to the Site,
Services, and experiences of our visitors.
If you choose to participate in any promotions or similar events through the Site or Services, the
rules or terms and conditions for such events may change the way we share your information
with third parties. Please review the applicable rules or terms and conditions for all such events
in which you participate.
4. Links to Other Websites
information collected on this Site, and we are not responsible for other website's privacy
practices. Please be aware of when you exit our Site using such links. We encourage you to
review the privacy practices of all other websites you reach through links on our Site.
5. Opt-Out Procedures
As your privacy is important to us, we provide you with the following procedure(s) for opting
out of future communications from us:
• Email. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining the specific
communications or privacy practices you want to opt out of. You may also opt out by
clicking "unsubscribe," or a similar button, at the bottom of any emails we may send you
and then following the online instructions. However, please note that it may not be
possible to opt out of certain emails (for example, confirmation emails related to services
you have requested).
Cookies. In order to opt out of cookies and other tracking technologies, you can configure or
disable cookies in your browser settings. However, please note that doing so may cause parts of
the Site to function improperly.
Third-Party Accounts. In the event that you have chosen to connect your account to another
account you have on a third-party website, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT
PERSONAL INFORMATION MAY BE PROVIDED TO THE RELEVANT THIRD-PARTY
WEBSITES HOSTING UNTIL SUCH TIME AS YOU DISCONNECT YOUR TWO
ACCOUNTS. You acknowledge that such third-party websites are not subject to this privacy
policy. Do not connect your accounts if you do not want personal information shared in this
manner. You may disconnect your accounts by either 1) signing in, visiting your account page,
and configuring the relevant settings, if available, or 2) emailing us at email@example.com
with your request.
6. How to Access and Change Your Information
You are responsible for keeping any personal information you provide on the Site current. Please
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to view, correct, or delete information you
have provided to us. We will make reasonable efforts to comply with your requests, if possible.
If you provided personal information in connection with a specific Service we provide, you may
have to update or delete that information by returning to that Service page. Any requests to
delete your information are subject to our internal reporting and retention policies as well as any
legal obligations that we may have. You can also update or delete some or all of your personal
information in your account by signing in, visiting your account page, and configuring the
relevant settings. Note that deleting your User Contributions on the Site will not delete copies of
your User Contributions that may exist in cached or archived pages or copies that may be stored
by other visitors.
7. Notice of California Privacy Rights
Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1798.83, California residents who use our Site may
request certain information regarding any disclosure of personal information to third parties for
their direct marketing purposes. To make this request, please email us at email@example.com
or use the contact information provided below at the end of this policy. Should you choose to
email us, please include in the subject line or body of your email the phrase "California
Customer Choice Privacy Notice" and specify the personal information you do not wish to be
shared with third parties for their direct marketing purposes. Please allow up to thirty (30) days
for a response.
We take the security of your information seriously and have electronic, physical, and
administrative safeguards in place that comply with federal regulations for your protection.
These security measures seek to protect your information both online and offline from
disclosure, alteration, or unauthorized use. However, please keep in mind that no transmission of
data over the internet is guaranteed to be completely secure. Third parties may be able to access
private communications illegally; for instance, through the use of hacking and viruses. As such,
all information you transmit on the Site or Services is at your own risk. We are not responsible
for instances where third parties circumvent our security measures without authorization,
illegally or otherwise.
The information you submit to us is encrypted using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) data encryption
technology and is transmitted securely. You may verify this by locating "https" at the beginning
of the address of the webpage or an icon of a closed lock in your browser. The computers and
servers we use are also kept in a secure environment behind firewalls. We limit access to your
information to those people that need to view it to perform necessary support tasks, including
fulfilling your requests. We also require you to create a unique password to help secure your
account. It is your responsibility to maintain the secrecy of your password and other login
information. Please be aware of when you are submitting User Contributions in public spaces
that may be viewed by others. It is your responsibility to avoid submitting information you wish
to keep confidential. We will promptly notify you in the event that personal information becomes
compromised according to our notification procedures outlined below or as otherwise required
by applicable law.
9. Children's Privacy
This Site does not knowingly collect personal information from children under 13 years of age. If
you are under 13 years of age, do not use this Site or provide any personal information to us. We
will delete all information that we discover is provided by children under 13 years of age without
verification of parental consent. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you believe we
have received personal information from a child aged under 13 and we will use our best efforts
to remove such information.
practices on this page with the date of the most recent revision indicated next to "Last updated"
near the top of the page. If we make significant changes to the way we manage our visitors'
personal information, we will notify you by email or by posting prominent notice on our Site. It
is your responsibility to ensure we have your current email address and to periodically check this
page for any updates.
11. Notification Procedures
We reserve the right to determine the most appropriate means of providing you with any notice
by law. We may choose to provide notification by email, physical written notice, posting
prominently on the Site, or through other conspicuous means.
12. Cross-Border Data Transfers
Your personal information may be processed and transferred to countries other than your own,
including, but not limited to, any country in which we operate. Some of these countries may have
different laws and practices regarding data protection than your country. By using the Site, you
agree to such cross-border transfers of your personal information.
13. Contact Information
Your feedback is important to us. To send us your questions, suggestions, or complaints, please
contact us as follows:
8 Eagan Place
Peabody, Massachusetts 01960
collects and uses their information. The following information explains the main sections and
websites operating within regulated industries (e.g. financial products and services or the
to update this date whenever you modify the policy. Any changes you make will only apply to
information collected after the revision date.
The introductory language clarifies that the policy only applies to information collected during
online activities on the website and electronic correspondence, not information collected offline.
Information We Collect
This section lists the types of information you collect, including whether or not you collect
"personal information." Personal information is any personally identifiable information that can
be linked to specific individuals, such as names, addresses, dates or places of birth, and social
Possible categories include
• Billing and credit card information
• Demographic information
• Forum or discussion board activities
• Product reviews
• Search queries
• Site feedback or suggestions
• Social security numbers
• Surveys or polls
• Sweepstakes or contest information
You may also add your own miscellaneous categories. You should be thorough in including all
categories of information collected. Note that this document already permits you to collect
certain standard categories of information, such as names, addresses, email addresses, phone
numbers, personal interests, server logs, advertising interactions, online interactions, and
activities on the website. It may be beneficial to preview this language in the document before
adding your own categories.
This section also notifies visitors if you allow and collect account or profile information,
transaction information, and user contributions, such as public posts to forums or discussion
Automatic Data Collection
Any automatic data collection technologies employed by your site are detailed here. These may
include cookies, web beacons, flash cookies, DoubleClick DART cookies, and Google Analytics.
How We Respond to Do Not Track Signals
Here, you explain whether you track visitors' activities over time or across third-party websites
and if you respond to Do Not Track (DNT) signals. DNT signals are sent by browsers to notify
websites when visitors do not wish to be tracked. This section also explains whether you allow
third parties (anyone else) to track visitors.
How We Use Your Information
This section lists the various ways in which you use the visitor information you collect. For
instance, it notifies visitors if you sell or rent their information to others. Common uses of visitor
information include to administer the site, to enforce site rules, to provide access to the site and
its services, to research and analyze visitor usage data and target demographics, to maintain
security, and to fulfill visitor requests. You may also use visitor information in other ways so
long as you indicate the uses at the time the user submits the information or if you first receive
This section also explains that all information collected from visitors of the site belongs to you,
whether or not such information is personal information, information visitors volunteer, or
information passively collected (for instance, through automatic collection technologies).
How We Share Your Information
Here, you clarify the other parties that you may share visitor information with. These parties
include any affiliates or subsidiaries; employees, contractors, business partners, and other third
parties that provide support to the site; any new owner that receives your site's assets through a
sale, liquidation, merger, or similar proceeding; and courts and government law enforcement
agencies. You may also add others to this list or notify visitors of other parties that will receive
specific information at the time visitors provide it.
You can optionally include third-party advertisers and ad servers or allow your site broad license
to share with any third party it desires. However, to ensure that your policy stands up in court,
Therefore, you should refrain from adding any parties that you will not actually share
information with, limiting your list as much as possible.
Links to Other Websites
your site and review the privacy policies of all sites they reach through links on your site.
Third-Party Tracking on Our Site
This section is present if you indicated that your site allows third parties to place advertisements
or other content on your site that uses tracking technologies to collect information from visitors.
It then goes into more detail regarding targeted ads and whether or not they collect personal
Visitors are told how to opt out of receiving certain communications from your site. If your site
uses them, visitors may also opt out of sharing with third-party advertisers and targeted ads.
Lastly, they are directed to review the relevant third-party privacy policies for any tracking
technologies used on your site.
How to Access and Change Your Information
It is important that visitors are able to review, correct, and delete any personal information you
collect on the site. This section provides the email address for doing so and if your site provides
accounts, explains how to update account information.
Notice of California Privacy Rights
This section is important to comply with the California " Shine the Light " law (California Civil
Code Section 1798.83). California residents who use the site may request certain information
regarding any disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing
purposes by emailing you at the address indicated.
Here, visitors are notified of your site's data security technologies and the measures you take to
safeguard against unauthorized use or disclosure. For example, it explains whether you encrypt
data using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) data encryption or other technologies. Since no data
transmissions can be guaranteed against loss or theft, it is important that this provision does not
overstate your ability to protect data (for instance, against hacking or viruses).
Visitors must be notified about whether you collect personal information from children under 13
years of age. If so, you must state your reason for collecting such information, explain your uses
of it, and notify parents or legal guardians of their related rights to review, update, and delete
make will only apply to information collected after a revision is posted. If you make any
significant changes to how you collect, use, or share visitor information, then instead of just
holders directly and post notice in a prominent location on the site. This will make sure that your
updates are legally valid should they ever be questioned in court.
deem appropriate (in accordance with applicable laws).
Cross-Border Data Transfers
Here, visitors agree that you may transfer visitor information to countries other than their own.
Lastly, visitors are told how to contact you should they have any questions, suggestions, or
complaints. It is recommended that you include an address, phone number, and email address.