This section is for Police and security agencies looking to collect information about Fuber.com platform users.
Fuber.com reserves the right to change this information at any time without notice.Please check this page each time before making a request.
How does Fuber.com respond to data requests from Police and authorities such as security agencies?
In the event of an emergency involving the danger of death or serious physical injury to a person, police and security agencies may make an emergency disclosure request by emailing help@Fuber.club with the subject: Emergency Disclosure Request.
Users or non-police and security agency third parties aware of an emergency should not contact us at this email address, but instead should immediately and directly contact emergency services on 999. Other urgent communications may be directed to Fuber.com's Customer Service team.
Specifically, the following is required for requests from police and security agencies:
In case of alleged crimes against a person, a person’s property or alleged fraud, a valid police request on Police Department letterhead is required for the disclosure of basic subscriber records, transactional information or basic payments-related data (not including contents of communications) to be considered by Fuber.com.
For all other alleged crimes, a valid request on your Police and security agency’s letterhead is required for the disclosure of basic subscriber records to be considered by Fuber.com and a valid order is required for the disclosure of transactional information pertaining to an account or payments-related data (not including contents of communications) to be considered by Fuber.com.
For content of communications, an appropriate and binding court order (or equivalent local warrant procedure) is required for the disclosure to be considered by Fuber.com.
The above notwithstanding, we explicitly reserve the right to require the use of diplomatic processes such as an applicable Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty.