Updated and effective as of Oct 30, 2023

EU Privacy Notice: If you are a European Union resident, you need to know that we do not collect any information from you at all.

Our Privacy Policy for EU Visitors

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation that protects the personal data of people living in the European Union and the European Economic Area. GDPR went into effect on May 25th, 2018, and it gives all the EU citizens the right to have more control over their personal data. The regulation is also a model for many other nations outside the EU, including Japan, UK, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mauritius, Kenya, and South Korea.

This privacy policy for European Union residents is intended to inform you about important information regarding data collection and use in connection with products and services. The privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us.

SearchUSAPeople, ("we", "our" or "us") who owns and controls this website, intend to inform you about the types of information gathered when you use our USA people search services. How that information is used and safeguarded and the degree to which you may control the maintenance and sharing of your information.

We are affiliated with InfoTracer (Accucom Corporation) and use their databases. Read their Additional Terms for EU Visitors. There you can read about how you can exercise your data rights.

SearchUSAPeople Compliance With EU Privacy Rights

SearchUSAPeople.com do not collect any data/cookies from you at all. We comply with the EU Privacy Rights (GDPR). We are not collecting any kind of personal information, IP-Number, cookies etc that requires consent. According to the European Commission, "Personal data is information that relates to an identified or identifiable individual."

How Google Analytics Works

We do not use Google Analytics at all but here is a short explanation on How Google Analytics works - Google drops a cookie (_ga) with an auto-generated ClientID into your browser when you visit a website. Google Analytics now sees your browser when you are visiting a website and collects data so that website owners can count visitors, understand user behavior, improve marketing campaigns, and more. If you would like to access a website without Google Analytics please check out the Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser Add-On." It is compatible with Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla, Safari, and Firefox.

You can also disable the GA-cookie in your browser.

For Chrome:

Choose "Settings" – "Advanced" – "Privacy and Security" – "Cookies"

For Internet Explorer:

Choose "Tools" – "Internet Options" – "Privacy" – "Advanced" – Choose your settings

Changes To Our EU Privacy Notice

SearchUSAPeople.com reserve the right to change this GDPR Privacy Notice at any time. All changes and the most recent version of the Privacy Notice will be published on this page.

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