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Privacy Policy


At Rema, LLC, the purpose of offering, as an Internet solution, is to provide you with a connection to organizations in your community that are willing to help you and your dependents. Sociants aims to facilitate connectivity and communication between support entities in the community with the needs of individuals as quickly as possible, or refer others who can provide the necessary assistance. For these reasons, at Sociants we value the trust you place in us to protect your information. We take seriously the responsibility of establishing protections about your information and with whom and for what purposes we share your information. Your information may only be shared with registered users who are subject to multiple limitations.

We have developed Sociants taking into account established privacy and security principles, but also applicable laws and regulations. Within the limits of such principles and laws, Sociants shares information with third-party contractors, also known as processors, to achieve the goals of enabling connections and transactions between all users. Subject to this Privacy Policy, as amended from time to time, Sociants provides a limited, revocable, non-exclusive and non-transferable right to its users who reside in the United States of America to use its products and services. Users are people who have created a profile on Sociants and have accepted our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy; Users cannot access their protected information beyond the limitations of the Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and applicable user types. Users with access to protected information will only use such information for the benefit of individuals and not to their detriment. Propulsa, LLC., is the intellectual owner of Sociants and licenses REMA, LLC., to use and market its products and services ("Sociants Services"). BY USING THE SERVICES OF SOCIANTS, THE USER SIGNS AN AGREEMENT WITH THIS PRIVACY POLICY. IF THE USER DOES NOT AGREE, THE USER SHOULD NOT USE THE SOCIANTS WEBSITE.

1. Information. Sociants collects certain information to provide the best and most efficient service through our website. Sociants requires users to create an account for registration purposes and agree to our Terms of Services and this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy describes the practices regarding individually identifiable information collected through your use of the Website that you and other users provide at the time of registration. Notwithstanding the existence of this Privacy Policy, you understand that you may be giving up some element of privacy in exchange for using Sociants services.

2. Use of information. Sociants collects information about individuals, organizations and community providers to help create, develop, operate, deliver and improve their services. The main objective of Sociants is to match individual and community needs with the resources they need. By matching needs and services, our platform provides visibility to all entities and tools for better decision making and optimization for the provision of care and services. To achieve this goal, Sociants will share information with third parties who provide services to meet your needs. Additionally, Sociants may use the user's individually identifiable information for, but not limited to, verification of the user's identity, for analytical purposes, and to determine appropriate services based on the analyzes performed. From time to time, Sociants may use your personal information to send important notices, such as communications about payments, charges, case status, changes to terms of use, conditions and policies, such as this Privacy Policy. Because this information is essential to the user's interaction with Sociants, the user should not opt out of receiving these communications. Sociants may also use the information provided for internal purposes, such as audits, data analysis, intelligence gathering and research to improve Sociants services, but in doing so, Sociants does not refer to users by individual name, email address, home address, telephone number or any other identifiable information.

3. Authorization. To provide your services, you grant Sociants a non-exclusive, transferable, irrevocable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use your information and that of individuals under your care to the maximum extent possible in accordance with the law. By agreeing to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, you understand our policies and practices regarding your information and how we will treat it. In providing its services, Sociants may collaborate with legitimate third-party service providers, such as contractors, processors, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) or other third-party websites. Sociants will require compliance with the laws of said third parties. You understand that Sociants is not responsible or liable for the privacy practices of any third parties or third party service providers, or their acts and omissions.

4. Compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA"). Some of the individually identifiable information provided to Sociants may constitute protected health information (“PHI”), as defined under HIPAA. Because Sociants stores and has access to PHIa PHI and because it is within a chain of services involving Community Providers and other users, all must comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule Rule regarding the handling of PHI. PHI. For information about user rights under HIPAA, please visit Sociants will only use or disclose PHI in accordance with 45 C.F.R. 164.502 (A) (1), (2) and (3). Sociants does not sell, rent, or share an individual user's PHI in violation of laws or regulations; or to unaffiliated entities; or without obtaining satisfactory assurances that the affiliated third party will adequately safeguard the information in accordance with 45 C.F.R. 164; or without the user's consent in accordance with 45 C.F.R. 164.508(a)(4).

5. Security. Sociants takes the protection of confidential information very seriously and has adopted 45 C.F.R. 164 as its safety standards. The security, integrity, confidentiality, accessibility and availability of User information are important to Sociants. Therefore, Sociants, to the extent possible, works to ensure that information provided is protected from unauthorized access, disclosure, use and modification through the use of strict Sociants policies and procedures applicable to officials, law enforcement Sociants' employment and business associates who have access to PHI and electronic safeguards to prevent, detect, contain and correct security breaches. Sociants protects essential user information during online transit through the use of encryption, firewalls, physical protection and other administrative security measures. When data is stored by Sociants, the website uses information systems with limited access housed in facilities that use physical security measures. You know that despite Sociants' best efforts, no security measures are perfect or impenetrable. As a result, while Sociants attempts to protect your data, Sociants cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information that a user, such as you, transmits to Sociants, and you do so at your own risk.

6. Children's privacy. The Sociants Services are not directed to children, and we do not knowingly collect or store personal information about children under 13 years of age. Sociants is committed to complying with the Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”).

7. User options. User has the right to request access to PHI obtained in accordance with 45 C.F.R. 164.502 (a) (1) (i) to maintain its accuracy, completeness and update through the account settings on the Sociants website. The user can and should periodically update the email address, password, cardholder information such as credit card number, expiration date and security code, and other preferences by visiting the settings on the Sociants website when you register. User may request that Sociants correct data if it is inaccurate in the case of non-changeable information (such as full legal name) by providing proof of real name and contacting Sociants electronically with the concern.

8. Cookies. As part of Sociants, the website may use cookies to store and sometimes track information about Users. A cookie is a small amount of data that is sent to the User's browser from a web server and stored on the hard drive of the User's computer. In general, Sociants uses cookies to (i) identify and store who are registered users and allow them access to their account information, so that Users do not have to re-enter them; (ii) collect statistical information about usage by registered and unregistered users and (iii) investigate visitation patterns. Preferences and option settings in the User's browser determine whether and how a cookie will be accepted. The user can change those settings through the parameters of the desired website account. By changing preferences, the user can accept all cookies, receive a notification when a cookie is set, or the user can reject all cookies. If cookies are disabled, the User may be required to re-enter information more frequently and certain Sociants features may not be available. You authorize us to maintain your cookies according to your preferences.

9. Disclosure. Payment information is only disclosed internally by REMA, LLC and its affiliates. However, it may be necessary by law, legal process, litigation, and/or requests from public and governmental authorities within or outside of the User's country of residence for Sociants to disclose User's personal information as set forth in 45 C.F.R. 160.502(A)(4). Sociants may also disclose information about the User if it is determined that, for purposes of national security, law enforcement or other matters of public importance, disclosure is necessary or appropriate. Sociants may also disclose information about the User if Sociants determines that disclosure is reasonably necessary to enforce Sociants' Terms of Service or to protect operations or users. Additionally, in the event of a reorganization, merger or sale, Sociants may transfer any personal information that Sociants collects to the applicable third party.

10. Retention. The user may also request deletion of data if Sociants is not required to retain it by law or for legitimate business purposes. Sociants may refuse to process frivolous requests, which endanger the User's privacy and the privacy of others, if they are extremely impractical to comply with, or for which local laws do not require access. Requests for access, correction or deletion may be made through the Sociants website or directly with Sociants electronically using the contact information provided in this Privacy Policy. Users will not have the right to be anonymous or use pseudonyms while using the Sociants Services. This is to ensure identity authentication of users and for anti-fraud purposes. Sociants reserves the right to delete any account that it determines, in its sole discretion, to be false or fraudulent.

11. Close an Account. However, a user can close his or her account through the website's account settings. By closing their account, the User acknowledges that their profile information will be deleted from the website, but any information provided for connectivity purposes will have been shared with other Users or will be stored for statistical purposes. In the event of the termination of this Agreement, with the submission of the corresponding request, Sociants will make available to the User or the legally authorized representative, a file of the User's data within ninety (90) business days following notification. of termination by email that has been encrypted. Password protected and has been approved by the security officer with competent authority.

12. Contact. Sociants is interested in answering any concerns related to this Privacy Policy with the intention of ensuring the most transparent relationship with the User. Contact Sociants at, for information about this Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

13. Separability. Information collected before changes are made will be protected in accordance with the policies in effect at the time it was collected. If any of these conditions shall be deemed invalid, void, or for any reason unenforceable, that condition shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining condition.

14. Changes to the Privacy Policy. Changes may be made to this policy at any time. The User will be notified of material changes to this policy, either by posting a prominent announcement on the website or by an email message sent to the email address that the User has provided, which is stored in the website account.


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