Privacy Policy2020-10-16T20:24:13+00:00

Bud Agency Privacy Policy

Bud Agency, (“Bud Agency”; also referred to as “we” or “us” or “our”) values the trust its subscribers places in us. This Privacy Policy is intended to describe the information that Bud Agency collects from its subscribers and how it uses, protects, and shares that information.

Type of Information Collected

As a routine part of its operation, Bud Agency collects the following categories of information:

Personally identifiable information (“PII”). PII includes your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, age, social security number, account number, credit card number, user IDs, passwords, and other information as provided to us by a subscriber or user of our services.

Non-personally identifiable information (“Non-PII”). Non-PII includes IP addresses, bandwidth use, system and connection performance, browser type and history, internet resources requests, and files downloaded. Bud Agency may use “cookies” to collect information about your internet usage. A “cookie” is a small computer file that is placed on a user’s computer by us or a vendor that allows us or the vendor to collect information about your website visits, and manage your preferences accordingly. Most web browsers allow a user to exercise some control over cookie usage.

How Collected

By interacting with, subscribing to, or using Bud Agency’s services, Bud Agency requires and collects certain information. By providing such information, you acknowledge that Bud Agency may use the information as stated herein.

Information Use and Sharing

Bud Agency uses PII and Non-PII (collectively, “information”) in a defined and responsible manner, in order for us to provide its operations and improve the services provided to its subscribers. Internally, Bud Agency restricts use of information to employees who need it in order to perform their business functions.

Except as stated herein, it is our general policy to not to disclose information to others outside of Bud Agency and its affiliates without the subscriber’s consent.

Bud Agency may share information with third parties connected to Bud Agency for purposes of providing Bud Agency’s services to the public. We may compile information in aggregate form and use such data to improve system operations, efficiency, and overall customer service.

Bud Agency uses third-party vendors, such as Google, to advertise on sites across the internet. These vendors use cookies to show ads based on your past visits to this website. You may opt out of such vendors’ use of cookies and advertising at the Network Advertising Initiative’s Consumer Opt Out page. You may also opt out of Google’s use of these cookies by visiting Google’s Ads Settings.

In cases of fraud, unauthorized use, abuse, or other violations of criminal law, Bud Agency may use and share information to the fullest extent allowed by law. Use and sharing of information may also be made when appropriate to protect Bud Agency’s legal rights.


Bud Agency maintains information with reasonable and appropriate technical, administrative, physical and cyber safeguards to protect against loss, unauthorized access, destruction, misuse, modification, and improper disclosure.

Questions About Information Collected

Any questions about the accuracy, or disputes relating to access, of PII or Non-PII should be directed to Bud Agency, 1500 Rebsamen Park Road, Little Rock, AR 72202

, or 501.664.5672

, or email us at

Changes in Policy

From time to time, as applicable law and the subject service provided by Bud Agency changes, this policy may be modified.

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