Data Retention and Privacy Policy
Data is important at ReloShare. We are committed to keeping your personal data for the shortest possible time that is consistent with the maintenance, understanding, and improvement of our applications and our obligations under applicable U.S. law. These guidelines apply to all non-public data we collect from our ReloShare sites
Non Public Personal information
- Collected automatically from a user
- Collected on account creation
- Email Address
- Phone Number
Maximum Retention Period:
- Until user deletes/changes the account settings
- Until company account is deleted/closed with ReloShare
Non-personal user data collected
- Collected automatically from a user
- Data collected by ReloShare about user account activity (first login, last login, account verified)
Maximum Retention Period:
- Indefinitely
Non-personal user data provided
- Provided by user
- Data collected by events associated with user event activity (search history)
Maximum Retention Period:
- After at most 90 days, it will be deleted, aggregated, or de-identified
Non-personal information not associated with a user account
- Collected automatically from various users
- Counts of how many times certain events have occurred (e.g. successful bookings)
Maximum Retention Period:
- After at most 90 days, it will be deleted, aggregated, or de-identified
For the purposes of this table, "user account" means username, user ID, or IP address;


- Personal Information means information you provide us or information we collect from you that identifies or could be used to personally identify you.
- Some examples of public information would include:
                 - your IP address;
                - your name, if it is disclosed under your user profile;
- Some examples of types of information that are considered to be nonpublic information include:
                - your IP address, if you edit while logged in
                - your email address, if you provided one to us during account registration (but didn’t post it publicly)
- Data is de-identified when it has been aggregated or otherwise retained in a manner such that it can no longer be used to identify the user.
- Data is aggregated when the data associated with a specific user has been combined with data from others to show general trends or values without identifying specific users.

Exceptions to these guidelines

- Data may be retained in system backups for longer periods of time, not to exceed 5 years.

- Research: There is a short-term extension applying to data collected as part of experimental features. In order to collect and analyze sufficient data, this data must be kept beyond the standard 90-day period. The retained data will be deleted, aggregated, or de-identified within 180 days.

Audits and Improvements

ReloShare is committed to continuous evaluation and improvement of these guidelines, and to periodic audits in order to identify such improvements. As we make changes to existing and systems, we will update these guidelines to reflect our changing practices.

System Design

In order to support these data retention periods and our overall privacy policy, new tools and systems implemented by ReloShare will be designed with privacy in mind.

This will include:
- Inclusion of these data retention guidelines as requirements during the design process
- Legal consultation during the design and development process
- Inclusion of privacy considerations in the code review process

Ongoing handling of new information

Despite our best efforts in designing and deploying new systems, we may occasionally record personal information in a way that does not comply with these guidelines. When we discover such an oversight, we will promptly comply with the guidelines by deleting, aggregating, or de-identifying the information as appropriate.

Contact Us

If you think that these guidelines have potentially been breached, or if you have questions or comments about compliance with the guidelines, please contact us at