How to Opt-Out, Delete, Or Make Privacy Requests From Persopo?
Updated: August 21st, 2022
Persopo is a website that provides easy online access to public record information. The site is fast, safe, and affordable, and because it is not a Consumer Reporting Agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), it can be used for any purpose.
Persopo's goal is to provide its users with the most up-to-date public record information. The site offers criminal history, arrest records, police records, traffic tickets, marriage and divorce records, and more.
Persopo is an excellent resource for finding background information on people, businesses, and property. The site is easy to use and offers a variety of search options. Users can search by name, address, city, state, zip code, or telephone number. Results can be sorted by relevance or date. Persopo also offers a reverse phone number and address searches.
The site is regularly updated, so users can be confident they are getting the most accurate and up-to-date information. Persopo is a valuable resource for anyone who needs public record information.
What type of information is collected by Persopo?
Persopo collects a variety of information, including:
Identifiers: Name, alias, address, unique personal identifier, online identifier, Internet Protocol address, email address, account name, Social Security number
Commercial information: Records of personal products or services purchased, obtained, or considered. This may include purchase history as well as current interests and preferences.
Biometric information: Physical characteristics that can uniquely identify an individual. This may include a fingerprint, voiceprint, or iris scan.
Internet activity information: Browsing history and search queries. This may include web pages visited and content viewed or searched for.
Geolocation data: Physical location that may be collected through GPS, WiFi, or IP addresses.
Personal information: Audio, electronic, or similar information may include photos, videos, audio recordings, telephone numbers, education, employment, and employment history.
Protected classification characteristics: Race and ethnicity; religious affiliation; disability; sex (including gender identity); sexual orientation.
Non-public education information: School name and type, course of study, grades, test scores, student ID number, date of birth, degree obtained.
How Is Consumer Data Collected?
There are some ways that companies collect consumer data, including:
Direct interaction: Consumers may provide their information directly to a company when they fill out forms, participate in surveys or contests, sign up for newsletters or other communications, make online purchases or use the company's mobile app.
Observational data collection: Companies may also collect information about consumers by observing their online behavior. This includes tracking cookies and pixel tags placed on consumers' devices.
Third-party data sources: Companies often purchase consumer data from third-party data brokers or aggregators.
How Is Consumer Data Used?
Once a company has collected consumer data, it may use it for a variety of purposes, including:
Product and service personalization: Companies may use consumer data to personalize their products and services.
Market research and analysis: Companies may analyze consumer data to better understand market trends and customer behavior.
Fraud detection and prevention: Companies may use data analytics to identify patterns of fraudulent behavior.
The Rights Given Under CCPA, FCRA, GDPR, and DPA
The CCPA, FCRA, GDPR, and DPA all give individuals the right to know what personal information is being collected about them. They also give individuals the right to have their data deleted and the right to opt out of any sale of their personal information.
In addition, the CCPA gives individuals the right to receive equal service and prices from companies, even if they exercise their privacy rights. The GDPR goes further than the CCPA by providing individuals the right to object to certain uses of their personal information, such as for marketing purposes.
Finally, the DPA gives individuals the right to file a complaint if they believe their rights have been violated.
How To Request Deletion Of Your Data?
You have the right to request that Persopo remove any data they have obtained from you and kept. Unless an exception applies, they will remove (and instruct service providers to erase) your personal information from records once they receive and validate your genuine consumer request.
To exercise the rights described above, please submit a verifiable consumer request to Persopo by either:
Calling at (800) 481-9168
Emailing at email@example.com
Mailing request to Persopo.com at:
Attn: Privacy, 848 N.
#20, Las Vegas,