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Privacy and sharing when rating products or services
Only you can see items you’ve added to your Queue.
When you add items to your queue (by using the bookmarklet, a button on a different site, or by clicking save on item(s) featured in a question at Rately.com or embedded in another site), those items can only be seen by you.
By default, search engine users will not find your Rately questions in search results.
By default, we instruct search engines like Google and Bing to not add the questions you create (by using the bookmarklet, a button on a different site, or by selecting items and creating a question from your Queue) to their search results. This prevents general search engine users from finding your questions.
You can share questions on Rately so that when your friends from Facebook or Twitter visit, they will see your questions in their Recent Activity
By default, when you create a question on Rately (by using the bookmarklet, a button on a different site, or by selecting items and creating a question from your Queue), you will see an option labeled “Share” on Rately. If you keep that option selected, your friends from Facebook or Twitter will see your question in Recent Activity.
You can create questions on Rately that can only be accessed by people who have a link to the question
If you would prefer that your friends from Facebook and Twitter NOT see your question in their Recent Activity, simply de-select the Share on Rately option. The Ask Friends button will change to Get Link. Once you click that button, you will be presented with a link to share (usually by email or instant message).
You can adjust your default settings so your Rately questions can be found by Google or other search engines
If you prefer to have search engine users find your questions so they can provide feedback or insights, you can change your sharing Settings to allow search engines to find your questions. Note that by changing your settings, all of your Rately questions (even those Rately questions that you might have created before changing the default) may be visible to anyone and can appear in search engine results.
You can share your Rately questions on Twitter and Facebook
When you create a Rately question, you can choose to post this question to your wall on Facebook or Twitter (both at the same time, depending on your selection). When your friends click the link on Facebook or Twitter, they will be able to visit and see the Rately question you created. To post your question to Facebook or Twitter, you need to also select the Post to Rately option, thereby ensuring that when your friends are on Rately, they will see your question in their Recent Activity, too.
You can embed Rately questions into most blogs or websites
When you visit any Rately question or after you have created a Rately question, you can find an embed code for that question. You can copy this embed code and add it (in the HTML) to most blogs, making it easy to share a Rately question with your blog visitors.
Comments on Rately questions inherit the same settings as the question
When you comment on an item in a Rately question or answer a Rately question, the visibility of your comments and answers will be determined by the settings of the person who created the question. You will be able to determine those settings before broadcasting your commentor answer.
To learn more about Privacy and Sharing Controls on Rately, be sure to check out Rately help.
What data do we collect?
Rately gives you the opportunity to pose questions regarding products or services you have identified online to the public in general or only to those acquaintances you wish to see the question. We may receive and store any information you provide, via the bookmarklet, a Rately button on a Rately partner’s site, an embedded Rately question on a third party website, a Rately question you create through our Site, or any other means Rately makes available.
Data types which we receive and store include but are not limited to:
When you create a Rately account, you provide some personal information, such as your name, username, password, and email address. Some of this information, for example, your name and username, is listed publicly on our Services, including on your profile page and in search results. Some Services, such as access to questions, do not require registration.
You may provide us with additional information which we will identify as subject to being made public, such as a short biography or a picture. You acknowledge and agree that we may make such information public. Providing the additional information described in this section is entirely optional.
We may use your contact information to send you information about our Services or to market to you. You may unsubscribe from these messages by following the instructions contained within the messages or the instructions on our Site. If you email us with a request or question, we may keep your message, email address, and contact information to respond to your request.
Log Data and Links
If you visit our Site, our servers automatically record information ("Log Data") created by your visit to and use of the Site and Services. Log Data may include information such as your IP address, browser type, the referring domain, pages visited and order of visit, and search terms used. Rately may keep track of how you interact with links across our Site and Services. We do this to help improve our Site and Services, including the advertising on our Site and through our Services. We may share the Log Data in the form of aggregate click statistics, such as how many times a particular link was clicked on, without any personally identifiable information, with third parties.
Third Party Services
Rately may use a variety of services offered by third parties to help maintain and improve our Site, to help us understand the use of our Site and Services, or simply to provide the Services. These third parties may be provided and may store both the personally identifiable information about you which we collect and the information sent by your browser as part of a web page request, such as cookies or your IP address. If any third party is given access to your personally identifiable information, we will require them to sign a confidentiality agreement and to limit the use of such personally identifiable information only to provide the services to us which we have requested.
Your data and third parties
We do not sell or rent any of your personally identifying data to third parties for direct marketing purposes. We may share or disclose information about you to other companies or individuals when we comply with applicable laws, regulations, or legal or regulatory requirements or to law enforcement officials investigating a possible crime.
In some cases, we may choose to buy or sell assets. In these types of transactions, customer information is typically one of the business assets that is transferred. Moreover, if Rately, or substantially all of its assets, were acquired, customer information would be one of the assets that is transferred.
Additionally, we may disclose your personal information after notifying you and obtaining your consent.
What information can I access?
You can access your personal information on our website and correct, amend, or delete information that is inaccurate. You can also view the Rately questions to which you have access by clicking on another Rately user’s avatar or name.
Communications with Members
When you register with Rately, you will automatically opt-in to receive email and in-system notices, which may include announcements, newsletters, and recommendations. In addition, you will have the opportunity to opt-in to promotional emails from Rately and its partners.
Once you have become a member and confirmed your email address, by default you will receive email notifications when your friends from Twitter or Facebook make a comment on your questions. If you would like to make an adjustment to the email notifications you receive, you can do that in Settings.
Removal of User and User data
Generally, we do not remove items on a per-post basis and our policy is not to remove such items. We reserve the right to remove a single posting or question where there is a claim of copyright infringement or where in our sole judgment a posting violates our standards of behavior. See our Terms and Conditions for more information on our copyright policies and our provisions regarding our members standards of behavior.
If you see a posting on our Site and / or services you believe to constitute a copyright infringement or a violation of our standards of behavior, you may contact us at support@Rately.com.
Alternatively, please address snail mail questions related to our privacy practices to:
1123 Zonolite Road, Suite 11
Atlanta, GA 30306
Policy Towards Children
Rately’s Site and Services are not directed to people under 13. If you become aware that your child has provided personally identifiable information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not knowingly permit children under 13 to use our Site or Services or collect personally identifiable information from children under 13. If we become aware that a child under 13 has provided us with personally identifiable information, we will take steps to remove such information and terminate the child's account.