Rubio’s policy is not as detailed and legalistic as Clinton’s and Paul’s. And like Cruz’s policy, also covered in the first post in this series, it fails to explain what information the site passively collects on site visitors, only noting what visitors may be specifically asked to enter.
The policy allows the campaign to share your information in ways that are consistent with what other campaign’s privacy policies have identified. And like other campaigns’ policies, the policy points out that there is an unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email if you would like to unsubscribe from future emails.
If you were an early reader of the first post in this series, you may have missed an update to that post that noted that Paul Schreiber has provided an analysis of the security of the campaign web sites. He, too, will be updating his coverage as changes to the sites are made or more candidates announce.