The service will resist legal requests for user information where reasonably possible

The service will attempt to protect user information to a great extent, even so far as stating that they will only follow legal requirements to disclose user information in circumstances where this cannot be reasonably resisted.

Classification: good

Weight: 60



Service Title Rating Status Author
Amnesty International Limited (UK) "We may also share your personal information with your permission, or if we are legally required to disclose your information in circumstances where this cannot be reasonably resisted.</p> " approved Michael
Web & SEO Designers "<strong>Fair Processing Notice</strong> We protect your information from unauthorised use or loss and will not pass your data to anyone under any circumstances." declined (deactivated)
Bits of Freedom "We zullen je persoonsgegevens nooit aan derden verstrekken als dit niet expliciet uit onze privacyverklaring volgt. De enige twee uitzonderingen hierop zijn:</p> <ul> <li>als we voor een verstrekking aan derden vooraf expliciet je toestemming vragen. of</li> <li>als we hiertoe wettelijk zijn verplicht en pas nadat we ons uiterste best hebben gedaan om verstrekking op basis van een wettelijke verplichting te voorkomen.</li>" approved vincentjacobs
Startpage "We will never comply with any voluntary surveillance program </strong> </p> <p> <em> Big Brother would like some help? </em> </p> <p> Hell no! Fortunately, we are based in the EU, where we have strong laws that protect your right to privacy. European governments can’t legally force service providers like Startpage.com to implement a blanket spying program." approved Esmooth
Wikipedia "However, if we believe that a particular request for disclosure of a user's information is legally invalid or an abuse of the legal system and the affected user does not intend to oppose the disclosure themselves, we will try our best to fight it." approved Photon
MeWe "MeWe will only respond to requests from non-U.S. law enforcement agencies that are issued by a U.S. court either by way of a mutual legal assistance treaty or a letter rogatory. Civil subpoenas require personal service and will not be accepted via fax.</p> b. Valid Legal Process is Required Before Disclosure <p>For all MeWe customers disclosure is governed by U.S. law, including the Federal Stored Communications Act (the “SCA”), 18 U.S.C. Sections 2701-2712, as well as by our own Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. In general, we will turn over “basic subscriber” records (i.e., name, email address, phone number, and so on) in response to a valid subpoena that is issued in connection with an official criminal investigation. However, we require a search warrant issued upon a showing of probable cause under relevant state or federal law before we will turn over user content stored on our servers, such as posts, photos, videos, documents, etc. Requests by law enforcement agencies require a valid search warrant or equivalent from an agency with proper jurisdiction over MeWe.</p> MeWe Rights <p>All right, title, and interest in and to the Services (excluding Content provided by users) are and will remain the exclusive property of MeWe and its licensors." approved Peepo
Codeaco "Upon governmental order, we will resist requests for user information where reasonably possible." approved Peepo
420A3.com "We WILL NOT disclose your information even if we believe we are required to do so by law, or to comply with a court order, judicial or other government subpoena, or warrant. We will fight it because nothing we have is relevant to anything but your login. We don't track what you search or when you search.</li> " approved rambos_ride
ProtonMail "ProtonMail may from time to time, contest requests if there is a public interest in doing so. In such situations, the Company will not comply with the request until all legal or other remedies have been exhausted. Therefore, not all requests described in our Transparency Report will lead to data disclosure." declined omhqit
PsychonautWiki "<li>Your information is legally protected by German laws. In Germany, gag orders do not exist. Should we ever receive a court order, we will do our best not to comply and publish every single one immediately on the Main_Page or a designated, from the Main_Page linked article. We will at any times promptly inform users targeted by law enforcement or any litigation.</li> <li>We " pending Souroozelooz
Ali Reza Hayati's Personal Page The service will resist legal requests for user information where reasonably possible pending tough
Ruqqus The service will resist legal requests for user information where reasonably possible approved shinies
lib.reviews "and will resist requests we consider to be invalid." approved ArloJamesBarnes
Target "<dt>Legal Requirements</dt> <dd> <p>We may disclose information we collect when we believe disclosure is appropriate to comply with the law. to enforce or apply applicable terms and conditions and other agreements. to facilitate the financing, securitization, insuring, sale, assignment, bankruptcy, or disposal of all or part of our business or assets. or to protect the rights property or safety of our company, our guests or others." changes-requested Ardent_drub
ProtonMail "ProtonMail may from time to time, contest court orders if there is a public interest in doing so. In such situations, the Company will not comply with the court order until all legal or other remedies have been exhausted. Therefore, not all court orders described in our Transparency Report will lead to data disclosure" approved zedara


Comments:
No comments found