Definitions Edit

Consumer information Edit

Nonpublic information is

information derived from proprietary sources. For example, consumers may provide the information directly to businesses through loyalty card programs at grocery or retail stores, website registrations, warranty registrations, contests, surveys and questionnaires, and purchase histories. Resellers (or a third party such as a website operator acting on behalf of the reseller) also may collect nonpublic information about consumers' online locations and actions, including a computer's Internet protocol address, the browser used, activities during a consumer's visit to a website (such as search terms or purchases), and activities conducted on other websites.[1]

General Edit

Nonpublic information is

information that has not been disseminated to the general public or is not authorized to be made public.[2]

References Edit

  1. Information Resellers: Consumer Privacy Framework Needs to Reflect Changes in Technology and the Marketplace, at 4.
  2. Political Intelligence: Financial Market Value of Government Information Hinges on Materiality and Timing, at 1 n.2.

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