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Data Protection & Privacy

Data Privacy: Your data privacy is protected by International Laws of Data Protection.


Legal Age: A user of these services, called “Life Plus! “, must be of legal age as governed in the country of jurisdiction.

Data Storage and Usage: Life Plus! will not store data other than YOU provided with your consent and is necessary to use Life Plus!, nor will Life Plus! sell your personal data to third parties.

Data provided with YOUR consent, as long as your data is considered Non-Personally-Identifiable-Information (NPII), can be shared under certain conditions, and distributed among other internet channels operating for sharing and analyzing data when distributing information to local or global audiences.

Sharing NPII is such as IP addresses that have been fully or partially masked, aggregated statistics from the user base for a product or service, and data that has been anonymized by encryption, in order to perform statistical analytics.

Personally-Identifiable-Information (PII) however cannot be used for tracking, however, country laws may differ on specifics of what might be considered PII.

Sharing and analyzing data services, considered Third Party Agents, are obligated to follow the International Laws of Data Protection at all times, other than as it may be required by law enforcement at the place of jurisdiction.

Other Services Or Third Party Agents that are involved in the processing, distributing, and analyzing of those data, are out of the control of Life Plus! and therefore, Life Plus! can not be held responsible in case of data protection violations through other Services or Third Party Agents. It’s their sole responsibility to perform the data services under International Laws of Data Protection as valid at the time the services have been executed.

Resources The US has many federal and state-specific laws in place addressing related issues.

Federal Trade Commission |Federal Communications Commission | Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board

Other countries may apply local-specific data protection laws, such as the EU, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which are specified under

Online Merchandise Selling products or services online requires asking for information where PII data is required to activate such services.

These PII data must comply with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance mandated by credit card companies in to help ensure the security of credit card transactions in the payments industry. Payment card industry compliance refers to the technical and operational standards that businesses follow to secure and protect credit card data provided by cardholders and transmitted through card processing transactions.

PCI Standards