Last Updated January 2017
This Policy addresses situations where law enforcement officials or other competent government authorities (“Government Authority”) seek records from Krush Technologies, LLC or Krush Technologies, Inc. (collectively “Krush”). It is the responsibility of every Krush employee to maintain the confidentiality of customer, employee, and other information contained in Krush’s business records (“Business Records”), and to only disclose those Business Records consistent with the terms of this Policy.
Krush is headquartered in the United States. In accordance with United States law, Krush will produce Business Records when compelled by court authorized warrants, subpoenas, and orders. Krush may also provide Business Records to an authorized user with that user’s written consent. The user will bear responsibility for any costs to the extent permitted by law. Krush accepts e-mail (email@example.com) of a valid subpoena. For stored content, including text messages, media history, and video call history, the Stored Communications Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2701 et seq specifies the legal requirements governing these disclosures.
In responding to a matter involving imminent harm to a child or risk of death or serious physical injury to any person that requires disclosure of information without delay, Krush will only respond to messages from a Government Authority. Non-law enforcement officials or other users aware of an emergency situation should immediately and directly contact local law enforcement officials.
We report all apparent occurrences of child exploitation appearing on our service from anywhere in the world to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), including content drawn to our attention by requests from Government Authorities. NCMEC coordinates with the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children and law enforcement authorities from around the world. If a request relates to a child exploitation or safety matter, please specify those circumstances (and include relevant NCMEC report identifiers) in the request to ensure that we are able to address these matters expeditiously.
When a Government Authority presents a request for Business Records to a Krush employee or representative, it is the policy of Krush to conform to the following procedures:
To the extent permitted by applicable law, employees are responsible for intentional or willful violations of this Policy, and may be terminated for cause when intentionally or willfully violating this Policy.