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Information we collect from other sources
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Automatically Collected Information
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How May User Information Be Used?
Pull Over and Let Me Out uses login information, including, but not limited to, IP addresses, ISPs, and browser types, to:
• analyze trends
• administer the Site
• track a user’s movement
• use, and gather broad demographic information to better customize the site
• send promotional materials such as newsletters, each email will provide opt-out information
• send administrative communications such as confirmation emails, policy updates, security alerts
• reply to comments or correspondence
• measure and track advertising
• investigate, deter, and prevent illegal activity or unauthorized use of the Site
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