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For each message sent on TellYourPartner, we store the date and time of the request, sender’s IP address, message transaction ID, and the status of the message sent. Our system also stores the sender’s phone number for authorization purposes and to enable us to identify those who use the service inappropriately. For recipients, we store the phone number the message was sent to for verification purposes. This information is stored indefinitely in our database. It is our policy not to sell, trade or give away this information for marketing or sales purposes, but the information may be used as described in this policy. We may use information about your server, IP address and browser-related information in the general administration of our website. We may use aggregated information (i.e. number of messages sent per month, etc.) for administration and improvements to our site, as well as in articles and presentations in professional journals, conferences and workshops. We may correlate to the aggregate information additional non-specific user data, such as the date, time, destination of message. Third party providers of services, such as SMS messaging, may also save transactional information associated with their services. Third-party providers are governed by their own privacy policies, which you should review prior to using their services.

We have put in place several mechanisms for protecting the privacy of both parties to the notification and have taken steps to prevent the service from being used for spam or harassment. We take confidentiality very seriously and in order to preserve the anonymity of both parties to the messages on this system, we cannot provide personally identifiable information about either the sender or recipient upon request. However, we may disclose the personal information we collect through this site, when we, in good faith, believe disclosure is required to comply with the law (or a court order or subpoena); to prevent or investigate a possible crime; and to protect the rights, property or safety of our organization or this website.