SEE The Request Summery: http://g.ezoic.net/privacy/nurseist.com/annualRequestSummary
What information do we collect?
When you visit the Site, you may provide us with two types of information: personal information you knowingly choose to disclose and technical data about your prior journey, device, and how you interact with our Site.
Personal Information You Choose to Provide. In certain sections of the Site and when you use our Services, we may enable you to request quotes or information, complete a registration form, or perform other similar activities. Due to the nature of some of these activities, we may collect personal information that you choose to submit such as your name, contact data (address, email address, phone number), financial information, and other similar information. We may also collect additional personal information that you voluntarily include in your interactions with the Site, and transmit with your communications to us, including when you call us. We refer to the information that you elect to provide as “Provided Attributes.”
Technical Data. In most cases, when you come to the Site, we will automatically gather or receive technical data about your journey, device, and how you interact with our Site (“Technical Data”). Technical Data may include browser type, referrer URL, date and time of your visit, IP address, MAC address, device type, screen resolution, and OS version. Technical Data also includes cookies and similar identifiers described in more detail below in the “Cookies and Other Technologies” section. This information may include the date and time of visits, the pages viewed, time spent at the Site, activities conducted on the Site, and the websites visited just before and just after the Site. We also work with third-party vendors in operating and improving the Site and managing our advertising, described in more detail below in the “Third Party Vendors” section.
Personal Information Provided by Service Providers. Our service providers might occasionally provide your personal information (such as your email address). This data might be used to promote our business or identify lookalike audiences.
Personal Information received from Third Party Sites. When you visited our social media pages and then came to our Site, we may additionally combine the information we collect about you.
HOW DO WE USE THE INFORMATION THAT WE COLLECT?
Primary Use. If you use our Site to request a quote or information, we will connect you with companies in our Approved Partner Network (“Partners”) to process and fulfill your request. To do so, we will use the Provided Attributes you elected to share with us to determine which companies can help you and we will share your Provided Attributes with those companies. This is the primary use of data on our Site.
Consent to Being Contacted. By submitting your request, you understand that our Partners may contact you by telephone, automated calling, mobile device, email, or regular mail based on the information you provided to us to process and fulfill your request, even if you have opted into the National Do Not Call List administered by the Federal Trade Commission, any state equivalent Do Not Call List, or the Do Not Call List of an internal company. If a Partner contacts you and you wish not to be contacted again by that Partner with respect to your inquiry, then you should specifically make a request to that Partner not to contact you again. Please note that our Partners may maintain the information you provided whether you elect to use their services.
Business Uses. We may also use the data we collect about you to (i) respond to your requests (e.g., receive white papers, emails, phone calls, or texts); (ii) keep you informed of our products and services (and those of our Partners); (iii) send you marketing communications; (iv) improve our Sites and business; (v) fulfill any purchase you make; and (vi) use your data in an aggregated, non-specific format for analytic and demographic purposes.
Site Performance. We check the performance of this Site, examine traffic patterns and usage, ensure that it and any transactions work properly, as well as gather demographic information about our overall user base using Technical Data.
Audience Targeting. We may also identify comparable users who are not presently users of our Site by using your personal information such as your email address. Based on your email address and social media profile, we use services like Facebook and Google Audience Targeting to identify users who are similar to our current users. You may get relevant advertisements on Facebook and Google about our services and the services of our partners if you are a person who is identified as similar to one of our current users. To opt out of this type of targeted advertising on social media networks, visit those social media networks and see your choices. By clicking Access & Control below, you may unsubscribe from us using your email address for audience targeting.
COOKIES AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
A cookie is a tiny piece of text that includes an anonymous unique identifier. When you visit a website, the site’s computer requests permission to store this file in a portion of your hard drive specifically set for cookies. If your browser’s settings allow it, each website may send its own cookie to your computer, but only a single website can access the cookies it has previously sent. To keep your privacy safe, no other site may read the cookies you have already gotten.
The website stores cookies to identify you as a unique person while you utilize the Site. Cookies help us calculate the overall number of people visiting the Site and which sections of the Site are most popular, in conjunction with our web server’s log files. This enables us to obtain feedback on the Site and serve our users better by providing continuous improvements. Personal information that you gave us via our cookies is not usually retained.
Analytics. On the website, we utilize Google Analytics; see https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/ for more information on how Google Analytics collects and processes data. Moreover, we’ve enabled Google Analytics cookie-based advertising features. We can get certain demographic and interest information on Site visitors using these features. By clicking on https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/?ads, you may opt out of these features.
Remarketing. To generate advertisements across the Internet, we may utilize Google AdWords remarketing. By placing a cookie on your machine, AdWords remarketing will show you relevant ads that are tailored to you based on what parts of the Site you have viewed. Google AdWords remarketing allows us to tailor our marketing to better suit your needs and only display ads that are relevant to you. The cookie is used to say “This person visited this page, so show them ads relating to that page.” You may opt-out of our Google AdWords remarketing by visiting https://www.google.com/settings/ads/onweb if you do not want to participate.
Furthermore, in order to understand your interests based on your (anonymous) online activities and thus tailor more relevant ads to you, we may utilize additional online advertising networks that place anonymous cookies on your computer. You may opt out of most companies that do such advertising by visiting https://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/. If you do not want to receive such tailored advertising, you may do so here. The ads will still be shown to you; the only difference is that these targeting approaches will prevent them from being delivered.
We don’t respond to browser Do Not Track (DNT) signals, and our service providers (e.g., Facebook and Google) are notified. In order to respond to our visitors for commercial reasons (e.g., Facebook and Google ads), we allow our service providers to use this information. Go to Facebook.com or Google.com, or to the Third Party Vendors section below for more information on opting out of their data signals at this time if you want to opt out of Facebook’s and Google’s pixels.
We may share your data with other Full Beaker companies, service providers who assist us in compliance and verification activities, or services such as payment processing, IT, email sending, data analysis, and marketing services if you choose to send a message through this Site (e.g., message boards, blogs), or contribute to public areas of this Site.
In addition to the Other Legal Uses described above, we may share your personal information with any of the following.
In addition to operating and improving the Site, we collaborate with vendors and partners. Advertisers and web analytics firms (such as Google and Facebook) are among the vendors and partners. These companies and suppliers collect information about your online activity (e.g., the sites and pages you visit on the Site, as well as times other third-party sites) using cookies, web beacons, and other technologies to assist with ad campaigns, understand user interests and patterns, and deliver customized content and advertising to you while you are on the Site or on other sites.
Moreover, pixel tags are used by certain of our service providers (such as Facebook and Google) to build custom audiences. For further information on technologies utilized by our service providers, see Cookies and Other Technologies above.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR THIRD-PARTY VENDOR ACTS AND/OR OMISSIONS.
Personal information security is extremely vital to us. To protect the personal data that we receive and transmit to us, we follow generally accepted norms. We may take steps to safeguard your personally identifying information from loss, unauthorized access, disclosure, modification, or destruction using procedural and technical security measures that are reasonably designed. Nonetheless, there is no such thing as a completely secure method of transmission over the Internet or kind of electronic storage. As a result, we can’t assure its 100% security.
Access & Control
Opting out of Email Marketing and Audience Targeting. In terms of how we use and share your personal information, we offer you options. You may unsubscribe from receiving these marketing-related emails by clicking here and following the instructions to unsubscribe if you no longer want to receive them on a going-forward basis. Additionally, if you choose not to have us utilize your email address to identify comparable customers who may be interested in our products (e.g., demographic targeting), click here.
Please be aware that your personal information will not be deleted from the databases of third parties with whom we have shared your personal information (i.e., to whom we have already provided your personal information as of the date that we receive your opt-out request). Please contact these third parties directly or utilize any opt-out procedures in their privacy policies or marketing-related e-mails if you want to stop receiving marketing-related e-mails from them.
Opting Out of Cookies. In most browsers, there is a simple procedure to decline cookies (including targeted advertising) if you do not want information collected through them. Please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ to learn more about cookies (including how to delete them). It’s worth noting that, once you’ve set it up, the opt-out only applies to the browser and device on which you installed it. In all of your browsers and devices, you’ll need to choose to Opt Out. Please visit optout.aboutads.info or www.aboutads.info/choices for more information about exercising choice regarding the use of your information via cookies.
Access and Deletion. You may contact us and request that we give you information on our data practices or delete the personal information that we store on our computers, as stated in the Contacting Us section below. We will respond to your inquiry within an acceptable amount of time. See your additional rights under CCPA Rights below if you are a California resident. Non-California residents may utilize the California-specific features on our Site (see CCPA Rights below) but are not entitled to the same protections and rights as Californian residents while doing so.
Audience Targeting. For information on opting out of using pixels by third parties for audience targeting, see the Cookies and Other Technologies section above.
California Residents. See the section on CCPA Rights below for more information if you live in California.
Use of site by minors
We don’t ask anyone under the age of 18 for any information. Our products are targeted at consumers aged 18 and older.
No sensitive information
Sensitive data such as social security numbers, information regarding race or ethnicity, political beliefs, religion, and other beliefs, health concerns, criminal convictions, and offenses must not be shared with us.
Information For California Consumers
Residents of California have certain rights and protections under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA). To explain further, this section is aimed at:
- What data we collect, sell, or share, and the types of data
- why the data is being gathered;
- We share and sell that data to a variety of third parties.; and
- Anybody can learn more about how to enforce their rights under the CCPA in California.
Non-California citizens may utilize the California-specific functions on our Site (see CCPA Rights below), but they are not entitled to the same rights and privileges as California citizens while doing so..
Categories of data we collect
The following CCPA category of personal information (as defined under the CCPA) is collected::
- Name, email address, telephone number, postal address, unique personal identifier, online identifier, and IP address are all examples of identifiers.
- Veteran or military status is a protected classification characteristic under California law.
- The commercial information includes items and services gained or viewed.
- Internet activity, such as your browsing history and search history
- GPS data;
Some of the data above (e.g., email open rates and time) is used to make inferences. Technical Data or Provided Attributes are the most common data collection methods. Consumer gender, marital status, and employment status are not determined by user profiles, for example.
Us: Consumers who visit or engage with our Sites or other properties we own (e.g., in response to emails from us or on our behalf) provide Technical Data and Provided Attributes to us.
Service Providers: A range of services (e.g., verifying consumer consent, validating email addresses or phone numbers) are supplied by service providers to us.
Authorization: We want all parties to whom we give data, whether they are Partners, Service Providers, or other third parties, to represent and warrant to us that they have obtained the data correctly and have the authority to share it with us.
Purpose For Data Collection
We primarily use the information we collect to connect consumers with Partners who can provide information about the products and services they are looking for (for the purposes described above in “How Do We Use the Information That We Collect”)..
Categories of third parties with whom we disclose personal data
We may share your data with other enterprises we own, service providers, and third-party websites in addition to the primary use described in “Data Sharing.”
Categories of data sold
In the sections above titled “How Do We Utilize the Data That We Collect” and “Data Sharing,” we described how we use the data. Our partners, who may provide the consumer with information about the goods and services they are looking for, can receive Technical Data and Provided Attributes. When a consumer buys a product or service, we may get paid for the transfer of that information. Our activity of using analytics and cookies from service providers on our Site may also be regarded as a “sale” of your personal data.
The CCPA affords certain rights and protections to California residents including
The CCPA grants specific rights and protections to residents of California, which include:
1. The right to request the deletion of any personal information collected from you (“Right to Delete”).
2. The right to request disclosure of the following information for the past 12 months:
a) Categories of personal information collected or sold.
b) Specific pieces of personal information collected and sold.
c) Categories of sources from which the information was collected.
d) Categories of personal information disclosed for business purposes.
e) Categories of third parties with whom personal information has been shared or sold.
3. The right to post or transmit this information (“Right to Know and Port”).
4. The right to instruct us not to sell their personal information (“Right to Opt-Out”).
Data about our workers, job applicants, contractors, and other Full Beaker personnel in their roles as such people at Full Beaker are temporarily exempted from these CCPA rights..
California residents may submit a Request to Know, Delete, or Opt-Out using the resources listed below. After you submit, you’ll be asked to verify your email address. If we can verify your Request to Know and Port or Delete or Opt-Out (e.g., that you are a California resident and that we have or have sold your personal information), we will respond within 45 days of your submission (or such additional time period as the law allows us). You can only make two verified consumer requests for access or data portability within a 12-month period.
Only you, or someone who is expressly allowed to act on your behalf, may submit a genuine consumer request for your personal data. We may need you to provide the agent with signed permission to submit a request, or we may need you to directly check your authorization by checking with us or by directly confirming it. You may also give us your agent’s power of attorney.
For exercising any of your rights under the CCPA, we will not discriminate against you. For the protection of your privacy rights under the CCPA, you have the right not to be treated discriminatorily.