Last Updated: August 1, 2023

This Privacy Policy applies to Navigation Media, Inc. (“CrimeDoor”, “We,” “Us,” or “Our”) and describes the collection, use, disclosure, and protection of information gathered through the CrimeDoor network of Websites, including, email newsletters distributed by us (hereinafter “Web sites” or “Sites”), CrimeDoor mobile applications (hereinafter “Apps”), and other products or services owned or operated by CrimeDoor (together hereinafter “Services”). CrimeDoor is committed to protecting the confidentiality and security of information it collects through its Services. Please read the following carefully. Your use of our Services is governed by this Privacy Policy and CrimeDoor’s Terms of Use. Our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use do not apply to any third-party websites, services or applications, even if they are accessible through our Services.

By using our Services, you are accepting the practices described in our Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy, please do not use the Services.

  1. Revisions to this Privacy Policy. Any information that is collected via our Services is covered by the Privacy Policy in effect at the time such information is collected. We may revise this Privacy Policy from time to time. If we make any material changes to this Privacy Policy, we’ll notify you of these changes, for example by posting them on the Services or providing email or other notice, and we’ll update the “Last Updated” date at the top of the Privacy Policy to indicate when those changes will become effective. You understand and agree that you will be deemed to have accepted the updated Privacy Policy if you use the Services after the updated Privacy Policy is posted on the Services.
  2. Information We Collect.
  1. How We Use Your Information. Our primary purposes for the collection and processing of information are to provide our Services (to perform our contract with you), to improve our Services, to administer your use of the Services, to market the Services to you, and to enable you to enjoy and easily navigate our Services. Also, we may process your information where we have a legitimate interest (e.g., fraud prevention, network and information security, research (including marketing research), and direct marketing), and as you otherwise consent.We will use your information in one or more of the following ways:

Performing Services for You:

Advertising Customization and Measurement; Marketing:

Internal Research and Development; Quality Control:

Security Detection, Protection and Enforcement; Functionality Debugging, Error Repair:

Other uses about which we notify you.

  1. Information We Share with Third Parties. We will not share any information that we have collected from or regarding you without your consent except for the purposes described in “How We Use Your Information” and as described below:
  1. Third-Party Video Player. We provide the capability for content publishers to integrate their video players on our Services, allowing you to access their video content.  Additionally, we may embed third-party video players, such as YouTube, for certain videos. When you activate a video through a third-party video player, they may collect your user information. Their use of your information will be governed by their privacy policy. We do not receive this information.
  2. Your Choices. You may have the right to opt out of certain uses of your information:
  1. Notice to California Residents Regarding “Shine the Light” Rights. California’s “Shine the Light” law (Cal. Civil Code section 1798.83) gives residents of California the right under certain circumstances to request information from us regarding the manner in which we share certain categories of personal information (as defined by applicable California law) with third parties for their direct marketing purposes, or to permit such residents to “opt out” of such sharing. We do not share your personal information with third parties for their own direct marketing purposes.

    If you are a California, Colorado, Connecticut, Virginia or Utah Consumer, laws in those states require us to provide you with some additional information regarding how we collect, use, and share your “personal information” as defined in the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018/ Privacy Rights Act, the Colorado Privacy Act, the Connecticut Personal Data Privacy Act, the Utah Consumer Privacy Act, and the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (collectively the Privacy Laws).California defines a ‘Consumer’ as any resident of the state regardless of the capacity in which they interact with us.

    Colorado, Connecticut, Virginia and Utah define a ‘Consumer’ as a resident of the state who is acting in an individual or household capacity, but this excludes state residents who are acting in an employment capacity (as one of our current, former or prospective employees) or in a commercial capacity (as an employee, owner, director, officer, etc. of an entity communicating with us in that context). As a result, if you reside in one of these states and have interacted with us in an employment or commercial capacity you are not provided the rights described below by the Privacy Laws.

    Categories of personal information we collect. Throughout this Privacy Policy, we discuss in detail the specific pieces of personal information we collect from and about users. Under the Privacy Laws, we are also required to provide you with the “categories” of personal information we collect. The categories we collect are: identifiers (such as contact information (your name, address, phone number, email or postal address) and unique personal identifiers (that may include but are not limited to your legal name or preferred alias and online identifiers like user account names); commercial information (such as transaction data and billing information); internet or other network or device activity (such as browsing history or Services usage); geolocation information; employment, education and professional related information; sensitive personal information (collected only about employees or vendors; or precise geolocation of consenting users); inferences we make about you or your interests based on analysis of other information we have collected; and other information that identifies or can be reasonably associated with you.

    How we use these categories of personal information. We and our service providers may use and disclose the categories of personal information we collect from and about you for the following business and commercial purposes (as those terms are defined in applicable law:

Processing Precise Geolocation. When you consent, we process this information to provide relevant content and advertisement based on your location. You can always withdraw your consent.

California, Colorado, Connecticut, Virginia and Utah Privacy Rights

If you are a California, Colorado, Connecticut, Virginia or Utah Consumer, you have the following rights:

  1. Access Rights. The right to request and receive up to twice in as 12 month period disclosure of:
  1. Deletion Rights. The right to request that we delete (and direct our service providers to delete) their personal information subject to certain exceptions.
  2. Correction Rights. The right to request that we correct information that we hold which is inaccurate.
  3. Opt-Out Rights. Do Not Sell My Personal

Colorado, Connecticut, Virginia, and Utah Consumers also have the right to direct us not to engage in profiling using their personal information. Profiling is any automated processing of personal information that is used to evaluate, analyze or predict personal aspects related to your economic situation, health, personal preferences, interest, etc.

We will not discriminate against you as a result of your exercise of any of these rights. You can choose to exercise your Access, Deletion or Correction rights, by sending us an email to with a subject of “Privacy Law Request”.

In order to protect your information, we may need to verify your identity (that you are the person about whom we collected personal information) before processing your request. In some cases we may need to collect additional information to verify your identity, such as a government issued ID. We will acknowledge receipt of your request within 10 days and respond within 45 days; if we need additional time (up to 45 additional days) we will notify you.

We cannot respond to your request or provide you with personal information if we cannot verify your identity and confirm that the personal information relates to you. Please understand due to very limited personal information we received, we might not be able to verify your identity and process your request.

To exercise your rights to Opt Out of having your personal information “sold” or shared for cross-context behavioral marketing purposes you can email us at with a subject of “Privacy Law Request”.

You do not need to opt out or tell us to limit processing of Sensitive Personal Information. We only process and disclose Sensitive Personal Information for the purposes permitted by Privacy Laws and for which we originally collected it as disclosed in this Privacy Policy or at the time we collect it unless otherwise required by law.

You may also opt out by activating a user-enabled global privacy control, such as a browser plug-in or privacy setting, device setting, or other mechanism, that communicates or signals your choice to opt-out of the sale and sharing of personal information. When we receive such a signal we will stop setting third party, analytics, or advertising partner cookies on your browser. This will prevent the sale or sharing of information relating to that specific device through cookies to our advertising or analytics partners. This option does not stop all sales or sharing of your information because we cannot match your device’s identification or internet protocol address with your personally identifiable information like your name, phone number, email address or ZIP Code. If you delete cookies on your browser, any prior do not sell or do not share signal is also deleted and you should make sure that your user-enabled setting is always activated.

Under the Privacy Laws you can also designate an authorized agent to exercise your rights on your behalf. We may request that your authorized agent have written permission from you to make requests on your behalf and may need to verify your authorized agent’s identity.

If we have denied your Consumer request you have the ability to file an appeal with us. To file an appeal with us, please send an email to with a subject of “CPRA/VCDPA Request”.

We will respond to you in writing within 45 days explaining the reasons for our decisions. If we deny your appeal Colorado, Connecticut. Virginia, and Utah Consumers can contact your state Attorney General at:

Colorado residents:
Office of the Attorney General
Colorado Department of Law
Ralph L. Carr Judicial Building
1300 Broadway, 10th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
(720) 508-6000

Connecticut residents:
Office of the Attorney General
165 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106

Virginia residents:
Office of the Attorney General
202 North Ninth Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219

Utah residents:
Utah State Capitol Office Mailing Address
Office of the Attorney General
PO Box 142320
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2320
General Office Number:

California Residents (Not Available)

Information Collected, Sources, Business Purposes for Collection, Disclosures

During the past 12 months we may have collected the following categories of personal information. This includes information that you provide to us directly, information we collect from you automatically, information that we collect when you interact with us such as through your online postings, and information that we may collect from third parties such as service providers, affiliated companies, marketing or data partners, or other third parties with whom you interact. It also includes information that we collect about employees and business partners and vendors from those individuals directly or from references, referrals or consumer reporting agencies. Not all information is collected from everyone who interacts with us.

We use the information collected for our general commercial use as detailed above.

During the past 12 months we have disclosed the following categories of personal information to the following types of third parties for a business purpose as further described in “Information We Share with Third Parties” above.

Selling and Sharing Personal Information

We do not sell personal information for monetary consideration but we may transfer your information to a third party that provides us with services such as helping us with advertising, data analysis and analytics, and security, which may fall under the definition of for “other valuable consideration” and which may therefore be considered a “sale” under the CPRA. During the past 12 months leading up to the effective date of this Privacy Policy, we “sold” (as that term is defined under the CPRA), identifiers, commercial information, geolocation, and internet or other electronic network activity (like a record of a browser’s visit to our website) to marketing and advertising services to assist with such activities. We do not “sell” personal information if we have actual knowledge that the consumer is less than 16 years of age.

“Sharing” your personal information means making it available to a third party so that they can use it to display targeted or cross-context behavioral advertisement to you. Cross-context behavioral or targeted advertising means that we display an advertisement to you that is selected based on personal information about you that we obtained or inferred over time from your activities across other companies’ websites, applications or online services that we use to predict your preferences or interests. Targeted advertising does not include using your interactions with us or information that you provide to us to select advertisements to show you. In the preceding twelve (12) months, We may have shared identifiers, commercial information, geolocation, and internet or other electronic network activity (like a record of a browser’s visit to our website) of non-minors for behavioral or cross context or targeted advertising purposes.

  1. Nevada Residents Only. We do not transfer personal information for monetary consideration. If you would like to tell us not to sell your information in the future please email us at with your name, postal address, telephone number and email address with “Nevada do not sell” in the subject line.
  2. The Security of Your Information. We take reasonable administrative, physical and electronic measures designed to protect the information that we collect from or about you from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. Please be aware, however, that no method of transmitting information over the Internet or storing information is completely secure. Accordingly, we cannot guarantee the security of any information.
  3. Data Retention. We retain the information we collect for as long as your use of our Services or as necessary to fulfill the purpose(s) for which it was collected, provide our Services, resolve disputes, establish legal defenses, conduct audits, pursue legitimate business purposes, enforce our agreements, and comply with applicable laws.
  4. Links to Other Sites. Our Services may contain links to websites and services that are owned or operated by third parties (each, a “Third-party Service”). Any information that you provide on or to a Third-party Service or that is collected by a Third-party Service is provided directly to the owner or operator of the Third-party Service and is subject to the owner’s or operator’s privacy policy. We’re not responsible for the content, privacy or security practices and policies of any Third-party Service. To protect your information, we recommend that you carefully review the privacy policies of all Third-party Services that you access.
  5. Data Processing. Our Sites are maintained on AWS servers located in the U.S., and your information submitted is processed and stored in the U.S. If you are visiting our Sites from outside the U.S., please be advised that your information is transferred to the U.S.
  6. Our Policy toward People under 13. Our Services are not directed at people under 13 and we do not knowingly collect information from individuals under the age of 13. If you are between 13 and 18, you must have permission from your legal guardian before you are permitted to use the Services. If you are a parent or legal guardian and think your child under 13 has given us information, you can email us at You can also write to us at the address listed at the end of this Privacy Policy.
  7. Questions? Please contact us at