The New York Post is a conservative daily tabloid newspaper based in New York City. In addition to the NYPost.com celebrity gossip site PageSix.com, the Post also owns the other entertainment-focused site Decider.com and the Page Six gossip and news website.
The New York Evening Post, often known as the New York Post, has been around since the 1800s, founded by Alexander Hamilton. However, the most renowned editor of the New York Evening Post was William Cullen Bryant. Following Bryant, in the mid-20th Century, Dorothy Schiff controlled the publication and was responsible for its popular tabloid format. This attracted Rupert Murdoch’s attention, who purchased the New York Post for thirty million dollars in 1976. The Post has been owned by News Corp. ever since 1993.
The New York Post remains a major provider of entertainment news, most often known for its tabloid war with competitor newspaper, the Daily News.
[1.0] HOW DOES THE NEW YORK POST PROTECT USER INFORMATION
NYP Holdings, Inc. is the publisher of the New York Post, and owns, operates, or provides access to print publications, websites, mobile applications, and direct marketing programs.
The company’s use of the personal information they collect will depend on the way the customer interacts with the Services. The New York Post may use the information they collect to, [A.] provide their products and Services; [B.] improve user experience with their products and Services; [C.] understand user interests and tell them about products and Services the New York Post thinks they will value; [D.] communicate with the user and respond to their requests or questions; or [E.] as further notified at the point of collection or with user consent.
[1.1] USER CHOICES AND RIGHTS
As customers of the New York Post, any user is liable to avail themselves of certain choices and rights regarding their personal information. The New York Post allows the user to update and amend the information they choose to share with the Post, according to relevant legislation. Further, the user has the opportunity to opt-out of future promotional email communications. Privacy and security practices are in place to ensure customer data is protected and privileged. It must be known that the New York Post has added the caveat in their Privacy Notice as to ‘Internet security not being guaranteed to be 100 percent secure.’
The New York Post also collects personal information from a variety of sources, including [A.] information the individual provides directly to the Services; [B.] information about the individual that the Company affiliates may also have; [C.] information about the user from third party sources, including public and commercially-available sources; business partners; third party social media networks, such as Facebook, YouTube; [D.] information about the user’s device and browsing activities on the Services, including through cookies and other similar technologies.
It must be known that for any digital media production, any individual can regulate the collection and use of their information by third parties to display relevant advertisements. This advertisement customization is often done in the user’s browser and requires specific permission that the digital media provider will have to ask.
[1.2] HOW IS INFORMATION DISSEMINATED BY THE NEW YORK POST
The New York Post may share user information in situations where they have obtained the consent of the user, including video content and social networking content. Furthermore, information may be shared with affiliated companies or with third-party service providers or even New York Post business partners who sponsor a contest or promotion, or who jointly offer services with NYP Holdings Services. Users are often specifically asked to consent to this use of data via a Privacy Notice or assenting to the Terms and Conditions of the Post.
The information delivered to third parties may also be executed for their marketing or commercial purposes. Additionally, if the New York Post or its services is merged with or sold to another company, the information that has been accumulated by the Post will be provided upon this acquisition. Most importantly, however, to adhere to court orders or subpoenas, the New York Post will often provide data to comply with the law or even act as a defendant in case of legal issues arising. The New York Post is available for both requests and complaints about email, phone, or mailing addresses.
[2.0] HOW TO SERVE PROCESS ON THE NEW YORK POST.
Most commonly, the New York Post does not specifically retain a registered agent. Consequently, the Secretary of State often functions as the New York Post’s agent for New York City Process Service. In order to serve New York City Process Service on the Secretary of State as the agent of a domestic or foreign corporation, one must deliver the copies of the process and the statutory fee to the Secretary of State’s office in Albany, or to any person authorized by the Secretary of State to receive such service. The fee for service is also considered to be a taxable disbursement.
The procedure for serving a company such as the New York Post will be considered to be concluded when the Secretary of State has been made aware of it. The Secretary of State is instructed to transmit one of these certified copies of the corporation’s incorporation papers via first-class mail, return receipt requested, to the NYP Holdings’ last known post office address as recorded in the state’s corporate records. In the case of a domestic corporation like the New York post, the Secretary of State must mail the copy to the corporation’s directors, as shown in the company’s certificate of incorporation. If the corporation does not have an address on file with the Department of State, the Secretary of State must mail the copy to any director of the New York Post (most commonly to NYP Holdings Inc.)
New York City Process Service on the Secretary of State must be made by either: [A.] sending the request through the Secretary of State’s designated agent (which must be a domestic or permitted foreign business), or [B.] using the proper procedure requirements depending on the documents to be served for New York City Process Service. Both of these options must be provided free of charge to the consumer.
The most common method of New York City Process Service is personally delivering said New York City Process Service to and collecting the statutory fee from the Secretary of State to accept the process in the city of Albany. The procedure for serving a company such as the New York Post will be considered to be has concluded when the Secretary of State has been made aware of it. The Secretary of State is instructed to transmit one of these certified copies of the corporation’s papers via first-class mail, return receipt requested, to the corporation’s last known post office address as recorded in the state’s corporate records. In the case of a domestic corporation, the Secretary of State is required to mail a copy of the certificate of incorporation to the mailing address of the corporation’s board of directors as stated in the document.
In the case of a domestic corporation like the New York Post, the Secretary of State is required to mail a copy of the certificate of incorporation to the mailing address of the corporation’s board of directors as stated in the document. To submit a copy of the New York City Process Service and statutory fee through an electronic system operated by the Department of State, while simultaneously informing the Secretary of State of the fact that the process has been electronically served on them, the New York Post must establish an email address in the Secretary of State’s database. Once the Secretary of State has accepted this New York City Process Service, the service of process on that company is complete. In the event a court requires the Secretary of State to serve a corporation, they must notify the corporation of the fact, in writing, and make a copy of the New York City Process Service accessible to the company.
[3.0] HOW TO SERVE PROCESS ON NEW YORK POST SUBSIDIARIES
A. NEW YORK POST POLIO SUPPORT GROUP, INC
The New York Post Polio Support Group, Inc. was one of the oldest subsidiaries of the New York Times Group, with the initial Department of State filing having occurred on February 16th, 19994 under New York jurisdiction and adhering to New York City Process Service regulations.
An organization must normally receive [A.] more than one-third of its support from gifts, grants, contributions, membership fees, and gross receipts from certain permitted sources listed below in order to qualify as a public charity under Section 509(a)(2) or [B.], the organization must not receive more than one-third of its support from gross investment income and other business income less tax. In order for an organization to adhere to these rules, which include the One-Third Support Test and the Not-More-Than-One-Third Support Test, over a five-year period (which includes the current taxable year and four prior taxable years), these criteria must be met: one-third of support must come from qualifying entities in any given year, plus at least one-third of support cannot be from those entities in the prior years.
B. NYP REALTY CORP
The NYP Realty Corp is an entity of the New York Post that came after the 1973 Murdoch acquisition of the New York Post and comes under Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. NYP Realty Corp was established with the Department of State of New York subsequent to the acquisition, having its initial filing completed on September 16, 1996. The entity is entirely New York-based, filing for incorporation in Queens County for the purposes of New York City Process Service.
A New York-based NYP Realty Corp is wholly subject to the regulations of New York City Process Service, is a domestic business entity for legal purposes. The steps required to incorporate a company are outlined in the section of the Business Corporation Law pertaining to incorporating business corporations. Additionally, the organization does not have a registered agent, thus when the Secretary of State is served, New York City Process Service is frequently considered to be completed. The Department of State will then ship a copy of the process to the company with a certified mail with the specified address to NYP Realty Corp, made available while giving the Certificate of Incorporation, which is on file with the other NYP Realty Corp documents in the Department of State.
C. NEW YORK POST CONSTRUCTION & ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANING SERVICES, LLC
The New York Post Construction & Environmental Cleaning Services, LLC is a subsidiary group of the New York Post (under NYP Holdings) and filed for incorporation with the Department of State on August 10, 2018, in the county of Queens. This entity is classified as a Domestic Limited Liability Company, which would mean that it comes under New York jurisdiction for New York City Process Service guidelines to be used.
New York City Process Service should be rendered on the Secretary of State as an agent of a domestic limited company, since the New York Post Construction & Environmental Cleaning Services, LLC does not have a registered agent on record. Consequently, New York City Process Service is considered to be completed personally delivering to and leaving with the Secretary of State duplicate copies of such New York City Process Service with the statutory fee, at the Albany office of the Department of State.
The Department of State usually will fulfill its portion of service of process by sending one of these copies by certified mail with the return receipt requested, to the New York Post Construction & Environmental Cleaning Services, LLC at the address on file in the Department of State
Interestingly, the 1906 Old New York Evening Post Building is a landmark recognized by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1977. The Post remained in the building until 1926 when a new office for the New York Evening Post was set up in the Post Building at 75 West Street. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000, although it was only in use by the Post until the 1970s.
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1. These options and the media platforms they utilize are collectively called, the “Services”
2. If users have questions, comments or concerns regarding New York Post privacy practices or the Privacy Notice, or wish to update their information, they are required to contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. “Our Businesses: News Corp.” News Corp Our Businesses Comments, newscorp.com/about/our-businesses/.
4. The Californian Shine the Light Law and the California Consumer Privacy Protection Act (CCPA) provide certain rights to residents of California
5. Users may also write to the New York Post using the postal address listed:
NYP Holdings, Inc.
Attention: Privacy Lead
1211 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
6. DOS Process (Address to which DOS will mail process if accepted on behalf of the entity)
JOHN COOK ESQ / RINGE & COOK
5802 METROPOLITAN AVENUE
CORNER FOREST AVENUE
RIDGEWOOD, NEW YORK, 11385
7. Chief Executive Officer
K RUPERT MURDOCH
1211 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10036
8. DOS Process (Address to which DOS will mail process if accepted on behalf of the entity)
NYP REALTY CORP.
1211 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10036
9. Principal Executive Office
NYP REALTY CORP.
1211 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10036
10. NY LLC L § 303 (2012) § 303. Service of process on limited liability companies.
11. This authorized individual may also be the deputy, or any person authorized by the secretary of state to receive such service
12. DOS Process (Address to which DOS will mail process if accepted on behalf of the entity)
NEW YORK POST CONSTRUCTION & ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANING SERVICES, LLC
259-51 147TH DRIVE
ROSEDALE, NEW YORK, 11422