How We Source Personal Data
This page is here to help you understand how InsideView sources Personal Data that is included in the database we make available to our customers. “Personal Data” is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (“Data Subject”). You’ll also learn here about how you, as a Data Subject, can opt-out of continuing to remain in our database.
SUMMARY OF INSIDEVIEW’S BUSINESS AND OUR DATABASE
InsideView is a business-to-business (B2B) company that provides business information to our customers. The business information in InsideView’s database includes company information (e.g., company address, industry-type, annual revenues) as well as the name, title and contact information for individuals solely in their capacities as company employees. InsideView does not source or provide information related to Data Subjects in their capacities as individual consumers.
InsideView’s database may include certain limited information about you solely in connection with your business role. InsideView’s database may include one or more of the following items of information about you: (i) your first and last name, (ii) name of your employer/company, (iii) your business title, (iv) your business email address, and in some cases (v) your phone number. Our database never includes information about your private life or about you as an individual consumer.
HOW INSIDEVIEW OBTAINS YOUR DATA
InsideView’s database is comprised of publicly-sourced and algorithm-derived data. InsideView locates business contact information in part by searching the world wide web for publicly-available data. We also get data from reputable third party content vendors that similarly obtain publicly-available information. In addition, we include in our database email addresses that we have derived based on patterns of email address formats (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org).
YOU CAN OPT-OUT OF OUR DATABASE
HOW YOU CAN OPT-OUT OF OUR DATABASE