SayMe’s priority is the safety of the platform and its users.
The SayMe team works with law enforcement agencies to ensure that security is at an appropriate level.
I faced illegal actions on the SayMe platform. What to do now?
If you notice anything illegal on the SayMe platform, contact us immediately at [email protected] or just use the «report» button in the app.
How cam my report helps you?
In order to understand which authority, we will need help from, the SayMe team carefully examines received reports. Cooperation with law enforcement authorities provides for the SayMe platform a security guarantee and helps to find the best possible and legal way to punish some users.
What data is open to law enforcement agencies?
SayMe works on anonymous basis that means there are no
possible methods of identifying of user and his messages. Even
the power of law enforcement agencies doesn’t work here.
The SayMe team is always ready to cooperate with law enforcement agencies by providing them with all necessary info in order to control the level of security inside the platform. We keep in safe all user data and ready to reveal it only in accordance with 18 U.S.C. § 2703(a) and United
States v. Warshak, 631 °F.3d 266 (6th Cir. 2010).
The due process is an essential part for law enforcement agencies can gain all the data from SayMe on a legally basis. Such processes include the following:
• message to our team via email at lawenforcement [email protected] is a mandatory action for law enforcement agencies.
In such message it is necessary to mention about at least 3 points:
1. Any confirmation of disrespectful content on SayMe such as screenshots, for example.
2. SayMe of the recipient as well as the SayMe link.
3. Any information available on the sender of inappropriate texts
• an obligatory requirement for a data request is a valid search warrant under 18 U.S.C. § 2703(a).
• SayMe can make a compromise with law enforcement agencies on questions of data saving only when there is a valid preservation request and all supporting documentation sent via email at [email protected]. Required data is available during 180 days in accord with 18 U.S.C. § 2703(f) and 18 U.S.C. § 2703(f). SayMe can keep data about active profiles only.
• as stated in 18 U.S.C. §§ 2702(b) (8) and 2702©(4), the SayMe platform is able to share data which consists of user information as well as access logs on a volunteer basis with a federal, state, or local government entities in cases when the company feels it’s the only way to help a person.
• all urgency requests must be formed according to the US law with 18 U.S.C § 2702(b) (7) and § 2702©.
• according to 18 U.S.C. § 2703©(1)©, the SayMe platform can provide data concerning user consent collected by law enforcement agencies where acceptable information is given to check that the person providing the consent is the actual creator of the profile and where law enforcement endorses the authenticity of the consent. However, SayMe cannot provide any data in the case when user won’t or can’t share his registration information that match with the info on record at SayMe.
• the SayMe team can provide all information as a response to out of state legal process such as subpoenas, court orders, emergency requests, consent letters and search warrants without demanding domestication.
• during communications with law enforcement agencies, it is necessary to mention full SayMe, title, rank and badge number.
• moreover, requests from law enforcement agencies must:
a. be sent via email at [email protected]
b. be headed «Request by Law Enforcement»
c. be written in the English language. This requirement can be changed over time by the SayMe platform. Also, it’s worth to mention that all changes are valid right after the publication.