Signify takes the protection of our users’ personal data seriously.
When we receive a request by law enforcement or governmental authority (“Agency”) to disclose certain user Information - as described in section 4 below - (“Agency Disclosure Request”), we engage in an individual review of the merits of each Agency Disclosure Request. We will only provide the minimum amount of user information and only when legally compelled to do so in response to a valid and binding Agency Disclosure Request.
We do neither volunteer to disclose nor proactively disclose personal information to Agencies. If we can deny or limit an Agency Disclosure Request, we will. Also, where possible we will take appropriate measures to challenge or appeal decisions regarding the necessity or validity of the Agency Disclosure Request.
We object to Agency Disclosure Requests it determines to be invalid, informal, vague, over-broad, or inappropriate, as well as Agency Disclosure Requests that do not provide sufficient information to locate the relevant records. An Agency should therefore be as narrow and specific as possible when fashioning its Agency Disclosure Request to avoid misinterpretation or objections in response to an overly broad request. In any event, any transfers of personal data in response to a valid Agency Disclosure Request will not be massive, disproportionate, or indiscriminate in a manner that would go beyond what is necessary in a democratic society.
If an Agency Disclosure Request draws attention to an ongoing violation of our applicable terms, we may take those actions available to us to prevent further violations or abuse.