What Information is Collected?
When contacting DirectionsDrivingMaps for issues or questions related to the Service via our email address at , you have the option but not the requirement to submit PII. PII (such as email address, name, and other personally identifying information) is collected to enable DirectionsDrivingMaps to respond to your issues and effectively communicate with you. Other information, such as your IP Address, browser type, operating system, unique identifier number and browsing history is collected during normal use of the Service. Such information is stored and used to further the performance of DirectionsDrivingMaps, such as displaying Third-Party Materials and maintaining and improving the Services and such information may be combined with information from third parties.
The Services are neither intended for, nor directed to, persons under the age of eighteen. If DirectionsDrivingMaps learns that it has collected any PII from a user who is under the age of eighteen, DirectionsDrivingMaps will terminate the use of the Service for the user and immediately delete any collected information from such user from its systems.
How is the Information Collected?
How is the Information Used and Shared?
The collected information may be used in one or more of the following ways:
To Provide and Manage the Services. The information is used to improve and optimize our Services, deliver relevant Third-Party Materials, and provide you with customer support. We may use aggregated and/or anonymous data about your use of the Services to assist us in this regard.
To Allow Third-Party Service Providers to Assist Us in Providing and Managing the Services. DirectionsDrivingMaps may make your information available to certain third-party companies, contractors and individuals to perform functions for our Services. Examples include, but are not limited to, storing and analyzing data and hosting and providing customer service. These third-party service providers have access to user information as needed in order to perform their functions but are required to protect your information and not use it for any other purpose than for the service they are providing to DirectionsDrivingMaps.
To Protect the Rights of DirectionsDrivingMaps and our Users. In certain instances, DirectionsDrivingMaps may disclose user information where DirectionsDrivingMaps has a good faith belief that such disclosure is necessary in order to: (1) protect the safety and security of users of the Services or members of the public; (2) protect or defend the legal right or property of DirectionsDrivingMaps, our affiliated companies or our employees, agents and contractors; (3) protect against fraud or for risk management purposes; or (4) comply with legal processes.
Merger or Sale of Assets. If DirectionsDrivingMaps sells all or part of its business or makes a sale or transfer of its assets or is otherwise involved in a merger or transfer of all or substantially all of its business, DirectionsDrivingMaps may transfer our information to the party or parties involved in such transaction as part of that transaction.
How is the Information Protected?
DirectionsDrivingMaps follows generally accepted industry standards to protect information submitted to and collected by DirectionsDrivingMaps, both during transmission and once received. However, no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is always 100% secure. Therefore, while we strive to use commercially acceptable means to protect your information, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.
What Rights do I have as a California Resident?
The California Consumer Privacy Act permits California residents to request that DirectionsDrivingMaps (1) provide access to certain information we have collected about you, (2) provide you a summary of the categories of information we have collected or disclosed about you, and (3) delete certain information we have collected about you. We also may not discriminate against you for exercising your rights.
To exercise these rights, you can submit a ticket here. You must have installed our Extension in order to submit your ticket and you must provide us with information sufficient to verify your identity before we can handle your request. You can also designate an authorized agent to submit a ticket on your behalf by providing us with written authorization for such agent. We may be exempt from responding to your request under applicable law and will notify you if this is applicable. For example, if we are unable to locate your information because such information has already been deleted or your identity cannot be verified, your request may be rejected.
California privacy laws also allow you to opt out of our activities, which may include delivery of Third-Party Materials. To exercise this right, you can submit a ticket here or uninstall our Extension. Your opt-out preference is managed through cookies, so if you delete your cookies, you must opt out again by submitting another ticket. To uninstall our Extension, please visit our instructions available on the Site.
Finally, you can ask for a list of third parties (if any) who have received your information for direct marketing purposes during the prior year. To make such a request, contact us at .
What if I have More Questions?
Updated: October 22, 2021