New york internet dating law
Article I - (101 - 107) OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Article II - (201 - 208) INTERNET SECURITY AND PRIVACY ACT Article III - (301 - 309) ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES AND RECORDS ACT Statement of Legislative Intent Article I - (101 - 107) OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 101 - Definitions. Upon receiving the forwarded request, the agency must comply with article six of the public officers law as if it had initially received the request. The provisions of this article shall be severable and if any portion thereof or the applicability thereof to any person or circumstances shall be held to be invalid, the remainder of this article and the application thereof shall not be affected thereby. 204 - Collection and disclosure of personal information.
102 - Office of information technology services; director, organization and employees. The time periods for responding to a request as required by article six of the public officers law commence when the agency receives the request from the office. Article II - (201 - 208) INTERNET SECURITY AND PRIVACY ACT 201 - Short title.
In any legal proceeding where the provisions of the civil practice law and rules are applicable, an electronic record or electronic signature may be admitted into evidence pursuant to the provisions of article forty-five of the civil practice law and rules including, but not limited to section four thousand five hundred thirty-nine of such law and rules.
Nothing in this article shall require any entity or person to use an electronic record or an electronic signature unless otherwise provided by law.
As used in this article the following terms shall mean: § 106. This article shall be known and may be cited as the "internet security and privacy act". For the purposes of this section, the voluntary disclosure of personal information to a state agency by a user through a state agency website, whether solicited or unsolicited, shall constitute consent to the collection or disclosure of the information by the state agency for the purposes for which the user disclosed it to the state agency, as reasonably ascertainable from the nature and terms of the disclosure. Access to such personal information and the opportunity to request correction or amendment of such personal information shall be provided to users in the manner provided for access to and correction or amendment of personal information under section ninety-five of the public officers law. Notwithstanding section two hundred four of this article, a state agency may collect or disclose personal information if the collection or disclosure is: § 207. Nothing in this article shall abridge public access to information available or permitted by any other provision or rule of law, including without limitation article six of the public officers law.
Most services offer digital messaging, while others provide additional services such as webcasts, online chat, telephone chat (VOIP), and message boards.
Online dating services allow users to become "members" by creating a profile and uploading personal information including (but not limited to) age, gender, sexual orientation, location, and appearance.