Privacy Policy

Lolok Please Subscriber Privacy Notice

This Privacy Notice (“Notice”) explains how Lol ok Please collects, uses and discloses information about Lol Ok Please subscribers. In the Notice, the terms “Lol ok Please” “we”, “us”, or “our” refer to Lol ok Please, which owns and/or operates the Lol ok Please direct broadcast satellite television service and related services (the “Service”). The term “you” refers to you as a subscriber to our satellite television service. Your use of the Service including through a set-top box or satellite receiver and any related control device, any device authorized to receive our services, or any software or mobile application constitutes your acceptance of this Notice.

This Notice does not apply to the areas of Lol ok Please websites that are available to the general public, the dishNET satellite service or the Lol ok Please wireline service, all of which are covered by separate privacy notices. These notices can be found at lolokplease/legal.

Protection of Subscriber Information Under the Communications Act

As a subscriber to the Lol ok Please satellite television service, you are entitled under Section 338(i) of the Communications Act of 1934 (the “Communications Act”) to know the following:

  • How Lol ok Please is limited in how we collect, use, and disclose personally identifiable information about you;
  • What personally identifiable information we collect about you and how we use it;
  • How, why, and when we disclose personally identifiable information about you and to whom;
  • How long we keep your personally identifiable information;
  • How you can access your personally identifiable information; and

The Communications Act applies to personally identifiable information that you have given us, or that we have collected in connection with your use of the Service. Personally identifiable information is information that identifies you specifically; it does not include aggregate data, anonymized data, or data that does not identify you or other particular individuals. This Notice includes the information required to be disclosed under the Communications Act as well as certain additional privacy-related information for DISH satellite television scribers.

What Information We Collect About You

The Communications Act allows DISH to use our satellite facilities to collect personally identifiable information about you to obtain information necessary to provide our satellite television service or other services to our subscribers and to detect unauthorized reception of satellite signals. The Communications Act prevents us from using our satellite television system facilities to collect personally identifiable information about you for any other reason without your prior written or electronic consent.

Personally Identifiable Information

In order to provide reliable, high quality service to you, we keep regular business records containing information about you that may constitute personally identifiable information. These records generally include the following information, among other things: your name, service address, billing address, email address, telephone number, social security number, bank account and/or credit card number, 2 and other account information.

We may also collect and maintain other information about your account, such as billing and payment history, service information, customer correspondence and communications records, records indicating the number of television sets and devices connected to our satellite facilities and the programming service options you have chosen.

Usage and Service Information

When you use the Service, our distribution systems automatically collect certain information regarding your use of the Service. If, for example, you watch a pay-per-view program or purchase a product or service, the system may collect certain personally identifiable information such as account and billing-related information related to the pay-per-view programs or other products or services ordered so that you may be properly billed for them. Most of the information that is collected is used to carry out a particular request that you made in connection with the Service and is not personally identifiable information. This information may include information required to change your television channel, review listings in an electronic program guide, and pause or fast forward through certain programs, among other information. It may also include other information such as the time you actually use our services and the use of other features of our services, and which menus and menu screens are used most often and the time spent using them, among other information. This information may be in various formats, including electronic or audio format, and may be collected through the set top box or satellite receiver in use, through related equipment such as a remote control, or other devices through which you access the Service. DISH also obtains data related to your viewing choices and advertisements selected for you. We periodically summarize, anonymize, aggregate, and/or remove certain data elements from data sets that can be used to uniquely identify you, and employ other similar methods designed to inhibit direct association with your identity.

Third Party Information

We may also combine your personally identifiable information with personally identifiable information obtained from third parties such as programmers, business partners and affiliates, consumer reporting agencies, and other data companies for the purpose of creating enhanced databases, business records, products, or service offerings. We may use these databases and these business records in marketing, advertising, and other activities related to the Service and other products and services. We also maintain records of research concerning subscriber satisfaction and viewing habits, which are obtained from subscriber interviews and questionnaires.

Third Party Services and Websites

When you click on a link to a third-party service, application, or website, even when doing so through a DISH set-top box or website, this Notice no longer applies. You should review the privacy statements of the third parties operating any such services, applications, or websites prior to providing your personal information.

Cookies and Other Technologies

The Service may be provided through Internet websites or other platforms operated by us, our affiliates, and/or other companies. For example, you can access the Service from our websites and 3 apps and by using certain Internet-connected devices and other similar platforms that are not operated or maintained by us. We are not responsible for the information, security, or privacy practices of such third parties or any third-party platforms. If you are using the Service on a third-party operated platform, you should check the privacy statement of the applicable third party to determine how it handles any information it collects from or about you.

We may use cookies, web beacons, tags, and other technologies to make your use of the Service more convenient and to support and improve our business, marketing, and advertising activities; these technologies expand our and third parties’ abilities to collect data and other information. For example, we may use cookies to remember your e-mail address so that you will not have to re-enter this information each time you visit any of our websites or apps. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can set up your browser to alert you every time a cookie is offered, letting you decide whether to accept it. You can access the Service even when you’ve disabled certain cookies, but you may not be automatically recognized by the Service upon re-visiting.

Some of our websites and HTML-formatted e-mails and e-newsletters use web beacons to compile statistics about our website usage. You may be able to disable some web beacons by rejecting their associated cookies. We also collect information that includes data such as IP addresses, browser type, device type, Internet Service Provider, referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks. DISH, our business partners, and our service providers use this information to analyze trends, administer the Service, track usage and users’ movement in the aggregate, as well as to gather broad demographic information.

We may use cookies, web beacons, tags, and other technologies to track, tranmdit, and analyze usage information and to compile statistical information about our users in order to improve the quality and performance of the Service. DISH reserves the right to publish non-personal information regarding the Service for promotional purposes and as a representative audience. DISH does not recognize “Do Not Track” requests from Internet browsers.

From time to time, we may allow you to use the Service with social networking services and connect your Membership Account with accounts that you have with third parties, including with certain thirdparty social networks (“Third-Party Accounts”). If you consent to share information about your activities with Third-Party Accounts, then DISH may send information about you to such third parties.

DISH places advertisements on the Service and on third-party platforms, and also places advertisements from third-party advertisers on the Service. Advertisers, advertising technology companies, and service providers that perform advertising-related services for us and our business partners may use cookies, web beacons, tags, and other technologies to collect information from or about you in order to tailor advertisements, measure advertising effectiveness, and enable other enhancements.

DISH may also permit third parties to collect certain information related to your usage of our Services, such as viewer measurement and other data related to your activities for market research, ratings, viewer measurement, and other analytical and reporting purposes. Our agreements with business partners and service providers that collect information limit the types and use of information shared with these companies.