PRC's Privacy Policy


NOTICE: We revised our privacy policy to add more detail, describe our online complaint center, spell out the disclosures that we make with more specificity, provide information about access and correction.  We did not make any changes to our basic policy of respecting the privacy of our users, or to our policy of not giving user data to advertisers.

Checklist of Responsible Information-Handling Practices


Fact Sheet 12Checklist of Responsible Information-Handling Practices

Protecting Financial Privacy: The Burden Is on You


Fact Sheet 24Protecting Financial Privacy:
The Burden Is on You

Financial Privacy: How to Read Your "Opt-Out" Notices


Fact Sheet 24aFinancial Privacy:
How to Read Your "Opt-Out" Notices

Sample Opt-Out Letters


Fact Sheet 24a AddendumSample Opt-Out Letters

Short Form Opt Out Letter


Fact Sheet 24a AddendumShort Form Opt Out Letter

Answers to Cloze Test #1


Fact Sheet 24b AddendumAnswers to Cloze Test #1

Is Your Financial Information Safe?


Fact Sheet 24eIs Your Financial Information Safe?

Online Privacy for Nonprofits


Fact Sheet 28Online Privacy for Nonprofits

Social Networking Privacy: How to be Safe, Secure and Social


Fact Sheet 35Social Networking Privacy:
How to be Safe, Secure and Social

What do your long lost childhood best friend, your college roommate, your boss and your significant other all have in common? If you are one of the hundreds of millions of people using social networks, there’s a good chance that you are linked to them through an online relationship. The information you share with your online contacts allows you to keep in touch without much effort, but who else is looking at that information? And how are they going to use it?

Many people besides friends and acquaintances are interested in the information people post on social networks.  Identity thieves, scam artists, debt collectors, stalkers and corporations looking for a market advantage are using social networks to gather information about consumers.  Companies that operate social networks are themselves collecting a variety of data about their users, both to personalize the services for the users and to sell to advertisers.  

This fact sheet will provide information about the advantages and disadvantages of using social networks, what kind of information may be safe to post and how to protect it, as well as who is able to access different types of information posted to these networks.

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