kodakeprint.com online privacy notice


Our Commitment To Privacy

Eastman Kodak Company is committed to protecting your privacy online. Our pledge is to safeguard any personal information that you provide us, and to make every reasonable effort to use this information only as you choose. We at Kodak are taking a leadership role in assisting our customers and other businesses in understanding the importance of using your personal information appropriately.

Kodak is a participant in the Safe Harbor program between the U.S. and the European Union, and a similar program between the U.S. and Switzerland.

Scope of This Notice

The goal of this Privacy Notice is to advise you of the online privacy practices of kodakeprint.com. The Privacy Notice also describes the choices you have about the information collected on this site and other Kodak sites, and how it is used. For information about other offline data collections, use the contact information noted below.


If you indicate your residence is outside the U.S., you may be offered a privacy notice that is specific to your country of residence. In such case, Kodak is operating this site for itself as well as a service provider for its global affiliates.

Personal Information

We do not collect personal information, such as your name or address, on this site.  When you sign in to this site, you will use your Google username and password.  You may then choose to obtain an email address for one or more Kodak all-in-one printers.  As a result, your Google credentials are captured, but not your password.  We also will collect your printer ID numbers and the email address assigned to your printer(s).  This information is not connected to your name, address or any other personal identifier unless you register your printer with us. 

Information We Automatically Collect:

We use common internet technologies such as cookies and JavaScript to ensure the integrity of our site and to customize portions of the site for you.

Cookies:   Cookies are small pieces of information stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive, at a web site's request. Kodak cookies do not contain any personal information, but are used primarily to keep track of temporary information. For example, cookies allow us to remember you when you login, remember your country and language preferences, and to collect and record information about what you viewed on our  web site.

JavaScript: We also place JavaScript code on many of the pages on our website. We use these scripts to collect non-personal data on the usage of our site including but not limited to the date and time of the visit, the pages visited, the referring web page, the type of browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox), the type of operating system (e.g., Windows, Linux, or Mac), and the domain name of the visitor's Internet service provider (e.g., Time Warner, Verizon). This information is collected about thousands of site visits and analyzed as a whole. This information is useful in, for example, tracking the performance of our site and to determine where to make future improvements.

IP Address:  We analyze IP addresses in the aggregate for system administration purposes and to gather broad demographic information. We do not link IP addresses to your computer's User ID.

Using your Information.

Although no personal information is collected on this site, we may collect personal information on our other sites. Even so, Kodak only uses your personal information to conduct business with you. Some examples include:

       creating and maintaining accounts

       communicating with you

       registering products

       when providing service and support

We also use this personal information to provide you with information related to your account, the products or services you purchased from us, to better understand your needs and interests, to improve our service and to personalize communications and your web experience.

Does Kodak  Share Your Information?

Your information will not be rented or sold to any third party, other than as part of a sale of the relevant business or assets. Kodak may share your personal information as follows:

Companies who work on our behalf:  We contract with other companies to perform business support functions on our behalf, which may involve limited access to your information. We require these companies to use the information only to provide the contracted services; they are prohibited from transferring the information to another party except as needed to provide those services. Some examples of these business support functions include order fulfillment, coupon fulfillment, award and rebate fulfillments, customer survey execution; and information systems management. We also may make aggregate non-personal information available to select service providers.

Subsidiaries, parent corporations and joint ventures:  A subsidiary or a joint venture is an organization in which Eastman Kodak Company ("EKC") owns at least a 50% interest. We may share your information with an EKC subsidiary or joint venture partner, with the requirement that they not transfer your information to another party for marketing purposes, or use your information contrary to your expressed choices. Similarly, if an EKC subsidiary or joint venture shares your information with us, we will not transfer your information to another party for marketing purposes or use your information contrary to your expressed choices.

Co-branded and Partner Pages:  Kodak may share information with partner companies who jointly present special offers or promotions on co-branded pages within our site. You will be notified of this sharing when you are asked to furnish personal data on such a page. The partner's use of any information you submit will be governed by the partner's own privacy notice, which you can review before submitting your information.

Business Transfers:  Kodak reserves the right to transfer your information in connection with the sale or transfer of all or a portion of our business or assets. If the business is sold or transferred, Kodak will give you an opportunity to tell us not to transfer your personal information. In some cases, this may mean that the new organization will not be able to continue providing to you the services or products that Kodak provided.

Law Enforcement:  Kodak may disclose information to third parties without your consent for any of the following reasons: to comply with any law, regulation or court order, to cooperate with Government investigations, to help prevent fraud or to enforce or protect the rights of Kodak or its subsidiaries.

With Your Consent:  In all other cases, Kodak will obtain your express consent before sharing any personal information with third parties. For example, Kodak may conduct a joint offer or contest with a third party and you will be asked whether your personal information should be shared with that third party.

Your Choices about Receiving Email

Kodak may send you email about your account and in response to your questions. Kodak and its subsidiaries may also send you email with information and/or special offers about products and services that may be of interest to you, unless you indicate you do not want to receive them.

We will give you an opportunity to let us know your preference regarding the receipt of promotional email when you create your account or when we send you email. If you choose not to accept promotional email, you may not receive special offers that may be of value to you. This option applies to promotional email only, as we may find it necessary to send you administrative and/or technical email relating to the products you have purchased or registered, your account or your order(s).

Promotional email that you receive from Kodak will tell you how to decline receiving future promotional email. For additional information about declining email from Kodak,  Click here.

Protecting Your Information

Kodak implements a variety of administrative, managerial, and technical security measures to help protect your personal information. Kodak has Internal Control Standards which relate specifically to the handling of personal information. These include certain controls to help safeguard the information we collect online.

Kodak employees are trained to understand and comply with these controls and we communicate our Privacy Notice, practices and guidelines to our employees. However, while we strive to protect your personal information, you must also take steps to protect your information. We urge you to take every precaution to protect your personal information while you are on the Internet.

Children's Privacy

Protecting the online privacy of children is especially important, and in the US those under the age of 13 are protected by federal law. For that reason, Kodak does not knowingly permit children under the age of 13 to become registered members of our sites, or to buy goods and services on our sites, without verifiable parental consent. Kodak does not knowingly collect or solicit personal information about children under 13, except with their parent's express consent.

If we ever include children under the age of 13 as part of our intended site audience, those specific web pages will, in accordance with the provisions of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), be clearly identified and provide an explicit privacy notice; and we will provide processes to obtain parental approval, provide access to information and allow parents to request removal of their children's personal information.

In other countries, the age of consent and legal arrangements for the protection of minors may differ.

Kodak encourages parents and guardians to spend time with their children online and to participate in their interactive activities and interests.

Outside Links

Some Kodak  web sites contain links to and from other  web sites and Kodak is not responsible for the privacy practices of those  web sites. Kodak encourages you to ascertain the privacy practices of those  web sites.

Keeping Your Information Accurate

Although we do not collect personally identifiable information on this site, you have the option of sending an email to the address noted in the "How to Reach Us" section below to request information about the other data we have collected on this site or our other sites. There may be a nominal charge for information requested. We will make every reasonable effort to make sure your requests are met. To protect your privacy, proof of identity is required.

How to Reach Us

If you have questions or concerns about your privacy when using a Kodak  web site, please contact us by email:  privacy@kodak.com or by mail at:

Eastman Kodak Company
Online Privacy Office
343 State Street
Rochester, NY 14650-0218

Kodak's Online Privacy Office will work with you to resolve any concerns you have about this Notice.

Kodak also participates in the Direct Marketing Association Safe Harbor Program. Further information about their program is available at   http://www.the-dma.org/safeharbor/consumers.shtml.   In addition, consumers may register and/or otherwise contact the DMA Safe Harbor Line as follows:

email:  safeharbor@the-dma.org


Safe Harbor Line
Direct Marketing Association
1615 L Street, NW - Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036

Changes to this Privacy Notice

Kodak reserves the right to modify this Privacy Notice from time to time, by posting a prominent announcement on this page or, in the event of a material change, by notifying by email all customers whose personal information we have retained.

This Privacy Notice was last amended on December 15, 2011.