Privacy Policy

DMARC Right Privacy Policy

The privacy and security of personal information is a DMARC Right priority, and we want you to be aware of how your information is collected and handled.


This Privacy Policy describes the policies and procedures of DMARC Right on the collection, use and disclosure of your information on (the “Site”) and the services, features, content, or applications offered by DMARC Right (collectively with the Site, the “Services”). DMARC Right receives information about you from your use of the Services generally. When you use the Services, you are consenting to the collection, transfer, manipulation, storage, disclosure, and other uses of your information as described in this Privacy Policy.

What information is collected?

1. Cookies:

DMARC Right uses cookies to remember users’ custom preferences and to help users complete tasks without having to re‑enter information when browsing from one page to another or when visiting the site later. You may change your website browser settings to reject cookies. Please note, however, that some cookies are essential and in the event you do reject cookies this may impair the functionality of the website. By continuing using the DMARC Right website we assume you agree to the use of cookies

2. User-submitted Content:

DMARC Right collects information submitted by users such as DMARC XML aggregate files and information pertaining to the submission such as source IP address of submissions and time of submission. All content submitted anonymously (without being logged into the Services) may be retained by DMARC Right indefinitely, even after you stop using the Services. All content submitted by you while logged into the Services may be retained by DMARC Right until account deletion. Account deletion removes all content that was submitted to the Services while logged into the account.

3. IP Address Information and Other Information Collected Automatically:

DMARC Right automatically receives and records information from your web browser when you interact with the Services, including your IP address and cookie information. This information may be used to help DMARC Right understand how users transit the Site, to fight spam/malware, to facilitate collection of data concerning your interaction with the Services and for other similar purposes.


Generally, the Services automatically collect usage information, such as the number and frequency of visitors to the Site. DMARC Right may use this data in aggregate form, that is, as a statistical measure, but not in a way that would identify you personally. This type of aggregate data enables DMARC Right to figure out how often individuals use parts of the Services so that DMARC Right can analyze and improve them.

4. Email Communications:

DMARC Right collects email addresses and email communications from users to support the Services. DMARC Right does not disclose email addresses to third parties and does not send email to users on matters outside of the scope of the Services.

How is collected information used?

1. Human-friendly Reports:

Information collected by DMARC Right is used to generate human – friendly DMARC XML reports. Human-friendly reports are made available through obfuscated URLs that can be shared by the submitter with other users. DMARC Right does not share obfuscated URLs with third parties, but users are free to do so.

2. Metrics and Analysis:

DMARC Right may use site statistics (such as clicks, navigation, and webserver logs) to improve the DMARC Right website.

3. Email Correspondence:

Email communications made to DMARC Right are never shared by DMARC Right with parties outside of DMARC Right. Email addresses are not harvested, sold, or otherwise made available to third parties. DMARC Right only uses email addresses for direct correspondence with users and for purposes important to the Services, such as password recovery.

4. Information Disclosed for the Protection of DMARC Right and Others:

DMARC Right also reserves the right to access, read, preserve, and disclose any information as it reasonably believes is necessary to (i) satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request, (ii) detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues, (iii) respond to user support requests, or (iv) protect the rights, property or safety of DMARC Right, its users and the public. This includes exchanging information with other companies and organizations for fraud protection and spam/malware prevention.

How can collected information be shared?

1. Human-friendly Reports:

Human-friendly reports are made available through obfuscated URLs that can be shared by the submitter with other users. DMARC Right does not share obfuscated URLs with third parties, but users are free to do so.

2. ECPA Notice:

DMARC Right treats email messages and other communications through this site (except for email messages posted to areas of this site that are viewable by others) as private. Exceptions are those permitted by law, included under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, 18 U.S.C. Sections 2701-2711 (the “ECPA”). The ECPA permits our limited ability to intercept and/or disclose electronic messages, including, for example (i) as necessary to operate our system or to protect our rights or property, (ii) upon legal demand (court orders, warrants, subpoenas), or (iii) where we receive information inadvertently which appears to pertain to the commission of a crime. This site is not considered a “secure communications medium” under the ECPA.


1. External Links:

The Site may contain links to other websites. DMARC Right is not responsible for the content or the privacy practices employed by other sites.

2. Compliance with Email Communication Laws:

DMARC Right supports and complies with all laws governing its email communications and will update this policy as needed to ensure ongoing compliance.

3. Change in Privacy Policy:

DMARC Right reserves the right to modify the terms of this Privacy Policy. DMARC Right will provide notice of such changes. Users not agreeing to the modified Privacy Policy may stop the use of the Service. Continued use after such modifications have been posted shall be deemed acceptance of by user.