REC Networks uses IP tracking as well as general logging to assure the integrity of our network and to identify issues with our sites and applications. This IP tracking normally does not carry any specific identifying information on an individual. IP addresses can be cross-referenced with ARIN to determine the owner of a specific IP address. While normally this is an ISP or a company, individuals who have IP addresses registered with ARIN would be able to be identified by IP address. An extremely large number of internet users do not fall under this category.
Various REC applications, such as those used for our broadcasting databases may collect and store information regarding the specific transaction including the nature of the request (such as location, channel, etc.). This information may be used by REC to determine demand for Low Power FM stations but we do not disclose any details of any specific transaction. With the exception of IP addresses (see above), no user identifiable information is collected in this transaction.
REC may provide public message boards for the reception, storage and transmission of text and graphical messages. The message board software may ask for user identifiable information in order to maintain the integrity of the bulletin board service and to provide future customer service and support.
Participation on message boards are prohibited by persons under the age of 13 in complaince with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
REC may use third party applications such as StatCounter to track and analyize site usage. Currently, StatCounter been activated on recnet.com, fccdata.org, fcc.today and denpahoso.com.
REC may utilize some third-party providers for mapping and fundraising. Users should consult those privacy policies for more information.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact REC Networks.