Policy of Privacy
For Public Release
Friday, March 3, 2019
Effective: Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Section 1: Protection of Privacy
Section 2: Retention of Records
Whereas in in consideration for the use of products and services with personal privacy, we shall maintain on record the Access, Activity, Audit, Event, File, User, Security, System, Transfer and such logs of a minimum of five years; however, select laws may require us to place records into retention up to seven to ten years. Such records shall include, however not limited to Browser Identification, Chipset Data, Email Addresses, Internet Protocol Address (“IP Address”), Integrated Hardware, Internet Service Provider (“ISP”), Media Access Control Address (“MAC Address”), Geographical Positioning System location (“GPS”), Operating System (“OS”, “iOS” or “Kernel”) and Software manifest or such records as necessary under federal laws. In no circumstance upon request, unless for a minor under thirteen years of age or where obligated by law, shall any data record be released or retention record destroyed. Hereof consent of a person, necessity to provide a service or product and within Law Enforcement cooperation shall personal information be shared with such third-parties; unless required by an issued lawful order or court subpoena. Additionally, in compliance of statutes codified 15 U.S.C. §§ 6501-6506, under no circumstance shall information of a minor under the age of thirteen be shared unless in compliance of a lawful court order.
Section 3: Protection of Minors
As priority, to prevent or stop the information collection from persons knowingly under thirteen years of age, this website is structured not attract such a person. Hereinafter, we shall refuse services, products and offerings to all persons that are knowingly classified as a minor pursuant to the statues of 47 U.S.C. § 231 known as the Child Online Protection Act (“COPA”) and statues of 15 U.S.C. §§ 6501–6506 known as the Child Online Protection Privacy Act (“COPPA”) of the United States of America.
Section 4: Collection of Information
Set forth, to provide a quality experience and render services, the following Personally Identifiable Information shall be collected. Within the lawful rights of Colletti Tech LLC, the analytic, audit, business, personal, security collected hereinafter shall include, however not limited to: Legal Name, Address, Contact Information, Education History, Employment Records, Health Records, Financial Accounts (“Payment Processing”), Employer Identification Number (“EIN”), Tax Identification Number (“TIN”), Social Security Number (“SSN”) and such related data that may be classified as Confidential, Personal, Proprietary or Secret. All information is strictly safeguarded, with strict physical on-premise protocols, electronic security protocols and state-of-art security technology. In addition, as authorized by the Duly Authorized Members of Colletti Tech LLC, we may elect to share information with Distributors, Law Enforcement, Financial Institutions, Investigation Agencies, Analytic Software, Partners and Vendors for verification of consumer data, providing service or products. Typically on a normal basis, it shall be authorized by Colletti Tech, that information be shared with our Distributors (“D&H Distributing Co“, “Ingram Micro Inc” & “Tech Data Inc“), Freight (“FedEx”, “UPS” & “USPS”), Partners (“Apple Inc“, “Microsoft Corp“, “Cisco Systems Inc“, “Intel Corp“, “Google LLC” & etc) and Vendors as they may exist from time-to-time; as listed and affiliated.
Section 5: Refusal of Minors
All persons under the age of eighteen may not use http://colletti-tech.com, products or services offered. Colletti Tech LLC does not knowingly collect, either online or offline, personal information from persons under the age of thirteen. All persons with an account expressly certify, represent and warrant that as a User, including any person to whom was granted access to their user account, is at least eighteen years of age or older. Colletti Tech LLC shall refuse all products and services to all persons who are knowingly a minor, hereinafter under the age of eighteen. Hereof special consideration, a Duly Authorized Member of Colletti Tech LLC may grant a limited-time of user access to a person classified as a minor under the Statues of the United States of America; however, the legal consent and signature of the parent or guardian of said minor shall be required in writing and transmitted to Colletti Tech LLC for authorization.
Section 6: Issuance of Subpoenas & Warrants
Herein enforcing due diligence and the protection our Users, Colletti Tech LLC shall not release any data that is directly a violation of the Constitutional Rights of a Citizen of the United States of America. Colletti Tech LLC shall notify all User(s) of any issued Subpoena or Warrant against them and their person data; unless prohibited for Ninety Days as pursuant to the statues of 18 U.S.C. § 2705(b). To obtain the cost reimbursement of legal actions or proceedings, Colletti Tech LLC shall exercises all reserved legal rights pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 2706, Furthermore, we shall not release data without the verification of a lawful court order. Upon the issuance of a lawful Subpoena or Warrant, whereas mandatory to have the Signature of a Judge whom authorized such, shall Colletti Tech LLC be obliged by law to surrender data to Law Enforcement. Only upon an event that a person is believed to be in danger or harm and may result in death, shall Colletti Tech LLC release data to Law Enforcement under “good-faith” pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 2702(b)(8).
Section 7: Enforcement of Policy
Section 8: Choice of Applicable Law
Conditions and terms written within this agreement, shall be interpreted pursuant to the laws and statues of the County of Montgomery in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of the United States of America.
Section 9: Severability of Provisions
In case any one or more of the provisions of this Agreement be held for any reason to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect, that invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability shall not affect any other provisions of this Agreement, and this Agreement shall be construed as if the invalid provision(s) had never been contained in this Agreement, provided that those provision(s) shall be curtailed, limited, or eliminated only to the extent necessary to remove the invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability.
Section 10: Agreement to No Waiver
No waiver by Colletti Tech LLC of any breach by Client of any provision of this Agreement shall be deemed a waiver of any preceding or succeeding breach of this Agreement. No waiver shall be effective unless it is in writing, and then only to the extent expressly set forth in such writing.
Section 11: Entirety of Agreement
This instrument is the entire agreement, and no oral agreements have been entered. As mandated by the Duly Authorized Members of Colletti Tech LLC, this agreement may be altered and enforced by a written order signed by the Company and hereunto a notice provided to the User of such services. A printed version of this agreement, any notice given in electronic form and binding documents electronically-signed then dated shall be admissible pursuant to federal statute 15 U.S.C. § 7001, in judicial or administrative proceedings based upon or relating to this agreement; whereas subject to the same conditions and extent as any binding documents and records originally generated, maintained in printed form and affixed with a handwritten signature. All agreements, communications, documents, records or any related documents shall be transmitted and written in the Language of English.
In witness whereof, the User electronically-acknowledges in agreement this document upon their use of this Domain, Website, Services and Products. With the acknowledgement as the electronic-signature hereunto affixed, it shall signify the binding, execution and receipt of this written-agreement hereinafter titled the “Policy of Privacy”.