Last Updated November 1, 2023
Personal Information We Receive
Spyre may collect personal information depending on how you interact with our website:
- Contact Information: Spyre collects personal information, such as name, address, telephone number or e-mail address only when it is asked for and/or you voluntarily submit it to us on this website.
- Device Identifiers: Sprye collects limited information about your device, such as cookies, to help provide additional functionality to the website or help us analyze usage of the website more accurately.
How We Use Personal Information
We use personal information received through your interaction with the website for the following purposes:
- We may use the information to respond to your requests, improve our level of service and the content of our website; provide you with tips, helpful information, product news and updates; notify you of new Spyre products and services; and for our own internal purposes.
Sharing Personal Information with Third Parties
Spyre does not sell or share, as those terms are defined under state privacy laws, personal information to any third party. Sprye provides personal information to third parties only with consent or in one of the following circumstances:
- Service Providers: Spyre may disclose personal information to third-party service providers who provide us with support services in connection with our website. These third-party service providers are prohibited from using the information for their own marketing purposes.
- Change of Control: We may share personal information with actual or prospective acquirers, their representatives and other relevant participants in, or during negotiations of, any sale, merger, acquisition, restructuring, or change in control involving all or a portion of Spyre’s business or assets, including in connection with bankruptcy or similar proceedings.
- Legal Reasons: Spyre may share personal information as needed to: (1) comply with applicable law or respond to, investigate, or participate in valid legal process and proceedings, including from law enforcement or government agencies; (2) enforce or investigate potential violations of its policies; (3) detect, prevent, or investigate potential fraud, abuse, or safety and security concerns, including threats to the public; (4) meet our corporate and social responsibility commitments; (5) protect our and our customers’ rights and property; and (6) resolve disputes and enforce agreements.
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