LYNX WORKFLOW PRIVACY and ONLINE SECURITY POLICY

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Lynx Workflow is committed to protecting the personal information we receive from clients/users.

In order to customize certain areas within our website, clients/users may be asked to provide certain personal information that will enable us to meet the client/user's specific needs. This may include identifying topics of interest; supplying the client/user's title and function; providing a home/office address; or filling out account information for billing questions. We do not collect personal information about our clients/users through our website unless it is voluntarily provided by the client/user. Our clients/users may choose not to provide such personal information by discontinuing use of our website, products and services.

Information Collected by Lynx Workflow Clients/Users

Information Directly Collected by Lynx Workflow

How This Information is used by Clients/Users

Our Clients/Users use the information they collect to perform professional investigative services, including background checks, and to assist in litigation.

How This Information is used Directly by Lynx Workflow

We use the information clients/users voluntarily provide to fulfill their requests promptly and efficiently; to provide more complete service; to improve the content of our website; to alert them to updated information and services; and to answer questions.

We do not sell the personal information clients/users provide to us for financial gain, nor do we share such information with third parties for the purpose of sending out advertisements for products or services from unaffiliated vendors.

We may, however, share personal information that clients/users provide to company affiliates and subsidiaries; to transfer such information as part of a merger, consolidation, acquisition, divestiture or other corporate restructuring (including bankruptcy), unless such transfer is prohibited by law; making such information available to third parties who are providing the product, service or information that the client/user has requested; making such information available to third parties who are providing services to us (e.g., providing such information to third parties performing computer-related services for us [but never the client/user's password]); on the basis of a good-faith belief that disclosure of such information is (a) necessary to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding any illegal activities or regarding interference with the operation of our site or violation of its terms of use; or (b) permitted by applicable law or required by federal or state law, subpoena or court order.

How We Protect Personal Information

We use firewalls and Secure Sockets Layers (SSL) to encrypt and protect certain sensitive transmissions of information. On our website, we require a unique user ID and password for clients/users to access certain information. In addition, Lynx Workflow data is stored in a highly secured facility with restricted access.

Technology Used on This Site

To improve the services we provide through our website, we may collect information on the number of visits to our website, the time visitors spend on the website, the number of pages viewed and the domains from which visitors visit our website.

Parts of our website may use cookies. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a client/user's hard drive or in the client/user's computer's memory containing information about the client/user's visit and preferences. Client/users may receive a cookie that compiles site usage information (number of visitors, most popular pages, etc.) and enhances their experience on our website. Many popular browsers can be set to refuse to accept cookies.

For the convenience of our clients/users, some pages of our website offer the ability to link to and view pages of websites not operated or controlled by us. Often, but not always, it is possible to tell that a transfer to a linked website has occurred because the website will open a separate browser window. Links from our website to such external websites do not imply endorsement by us of any other company, its site or its privacy or security policies and practices. We do not monitor or control the content or the privacy/security policies of external sites and we therefore assume no responsibility whatsoever for the privacy/security policies and practices or the content of linked external websites. When using a link from our website to someone else's, we urge our clients/users to investigate the privacy/security policies and practices of such external site.

Who to Contact for Information

If clients/users (a) wish to obtain a copy of their personal information that we have obtained through their use of this site; or (b) believe that we have personal information about them that is in error; or (c) wish to delete any personal information that we have obtained through their use of our site, the request should be sent to us using the following contact information:

Postal Address:
1890 Bryant Street, Ste 305;
San Francisco, CA 94110
USA

Email: info@lynxworkflow.com

Legal/Disclaimer

Our database contains personal information about people and entities that may be protected under applicable federal and state privacy laws. This information is made available to our clients/users solely for the purposes set forth in the Service Order pursuant to which each client/user is authorized to use our website, which use is further governed by our terms of service incorporated into such Service Order by reference therein. Access to our website and database are granted with the understanding that clients/users are familiar with applicable privacy laws and agree to use the resources we provide in accordance therewith.

We reserve the right to change our privacy/security policies and practices at any time. If we decide to change our policies regarding privacy and/or security, we will post the revised Privacy and/or Security Policy on our website. You may want to visit this website periodically to review the current Privacy/Security Policy. Use of our website after the posting of a revised Privacy/Security Policy constitutes your agreement with the revised policy. This Privacy/Security Policy is not intended to and does not create any contractual or legal rights in or on behalf of any party.