At Public Interactive, protecting the personal information of Internet users is a crucial
component of our operational policies. Both our stations and their audiences will benefit from the controlled use
of this information.
The following policy outlines the security philosophy of Public Interactive and our operational guidelines for
the use of information collected online:
Public Interactive will never disclose any personal information about our audience to any third party without
first receiving the user’s permission.
Visitors to Public Interactive station web sites may voluntarily supply certain personal information in connection
Sweepstakes or contest registration
Subscription registration services (e.g. an email newsletter, etc.)
Each station in the Public Interactive network is either provided or has secure, password-protected online access
to all personal information. This information includes:
Aggregate user statistics and reports
Individual user information where such information is collected through a station in electronic format
If such personal information is restricted (per opt-out submissions by individual users, etc.), the station is
contractually bound to only use specific ranges of data (i.e. use of such data in aggregate form only).
Public Interactive maintains a commitment to data security. To protect against the possibly loss, misuse and
alteration of any information within our control, Public Interactive employs industry-standard security measures
including: SSL/TLS encryption and firewall-protected database servers with geographically redundant locations for
Quick Pledge meets the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI) and is deemed PCI compliant.