Last updated: May 3rd, 2017
What information do We collect and how, and what for?
We collect information automatically whenever someone visits our Website, such as IP address or information regarding Your interactions with the Service. If You contact Us We might also collect Your email address, or if You submit anything in Our Website, for instance, Our blog, that information will be collected by Us as well. The collection of this information allows us to provide You a better service so You can respond to Your customers more effectively, by administering the content of Our Service. This information collected automatically is usually anonymous. This anonymous information, such as Log Data, serves only technical purposes as to monitor the use of the Service and to revise its performance. It serves, for example, to analyze what problems occur, for troubleshooting, to determine who has access to what content, and for statistics.
We also collect information that You submit on Your own volition when You register to Our site such as name and email address. However, if You refuse to share this information with Us then You might be unable to take advantage of Our Service’s features. From the moment on, when You decide to become a paying customer, We will ask You for the information necessary to process the payments necessary. Such information will not be retained, shared, or used if not for quickly and easily processing Your transactions. If, while using Our Service, You invite a new user, We will ask for that person’s name and email address.
If You have given permission to Third Parties to share Your information, We might also be able to collect that, as well as any other information publicly available. We can also receive information from partners when possible.
We use the information collected as the ground for improvement and to continuously provide You a better experience. We may use this information to communicate with You, customize the content according to Your necessities, and to protect our rights and yours, and in order for us to be able to comply by the laws and regulations applicable.
How do we protect visitor information?
First of, nothing in the Internet is 100% secure, and therefore We cannot warrant the security of Your information. Thus, You are aware of the risks and use Our Service and submit information on Your own accord. Nevertheless, We implement a variety of security measures to protect ourselves and to protect You against unauthorized access to the data We store, and maintain the safety of Your Personal Information.
In case some of the Personal Information We have stored is compromised as a result of a breach of security, We will promptly notify those persons whose information was jeopardized in accordance to what We assert in Our Terms and Conditions or applicable law.
On another note, Your account it protected by password, and solely You are responsible for it security. If You think such has been compromised You shall alert Us right away so We can take the necessary arrangements.
Your Personal Information is contained behind secured networks and is only accessible by a limited number of persons who have special access rights to such systems, and are obligated by law to keep the information confidential. In addition, all sensitive/credit information you supply is encrypted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.
International transfer of information
The information You submit to Us or that We obtain along the way may be transferred across countries and processed in others countries than Your own. These other countries might have a different jurisdiction concerning privacy and data protection. By using Our Service and providing us information, You consent to this transfer and processing of Your information.
Third party links
Occasionally, at our discretion, we may include or offer third party products or services on our website. These third party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. We therefore have no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of these linked sites. Nonetheless, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these sites.
Regarding the use of ‘Cookies’
In Our Website You can find links to Third Parties that help Us providing Our Service. When you click on a third party’s link, that party might also transmit ‘cookies’ to your computer or mobile device. The use of these ‘cookies’ is not controlled by Us but by their specific owners, whom privacy policies You should consult to know more about how these Third Parties use ‘cookies’.
Along with these Third Parties, such as Google, We use first-party cookies (such as Google Analytics cookies), and Third Party ‘cookies’, such as DoubleClick cookies or any other third party identifiers that help gather data about the users’ interactions with Our Website or the links in it.
Having been asked whether or not You authorize the transfer of ‘cookies’ from Our Service to Your computer, keep in mind that We use and rely on ‘cookies’ for the Service to work properly. Hence, if You disable the acceptance of ‘cookies’, which You are able to, some features of the Service will also be disabled as a consequence. ‘Cookies’ also permits saving Your preferences for Us to understand better Your use of the Service so We can anticipate Your actions and needs, with the objective of making Your experience more suitable to You and gratifying.
How do We handle do not track signals?
In the other hand, We do honor ‘Do Not Track Signals’ and when a Do Not Track (DNT) browser mechanism is in place, We do not track or plant cookies.
What about third party behavioral tracking?
We also do not allow third party behavioral tracking.
Third Parties’ services and sharing of information
We might also release Your information whenever We deem necessary to comply with applicable laws and regulations, enforce Our Policies and Terms, and protect Ours and others’ rights. The same applies to when We believe it is necessary to take action in the face of illegal activities or suspicion of any threat to Helppier’s and Your safety.
With respect to public information, We may share it at Our own volition.
First and foremost, You have the right to choose not disclosing information with to Us. However, if so, You might not have access to certain features of Our Service. As You become a registered user You may then access, edit or delete some of the information, for example: Your name and your account’s password.
We will keep the information for the time necessary to provide You services and while your account remains active. At any moment You can request deletion of Your account by contacting Us, and from that moment on We will only hold the information necessary to comply with legal obligations, and to enforce Our agreements.
You can also request the deletion of information about You posted publicly, such as in Our blog. If We are unable to remove the information upon becoming aware of Your request We will warn You and explain why We are unable to do so.
According to CalOPPA We agree to the following
For more information about the CalOPPA You can visit the following webpage: http://consumercal.org/california-online-privacy-protection-act-caloppa/#sthash.0FdRbT51.dpuf
Children protection COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)
Our Service is not designed for children under 13 and We do not knowingly collect information about such users. In the moment We are made aware that We collected children information We will promptly delete it.
We strive to protect children’s privacy and safety online, in conformity with the Children Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”), about which You can find more at: https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/rules/rulemaking-regulatory-reform-proceedings/childrens-online-privacy-protection-rule
Fair Information Practices
If a data breach occurs We will promptly take action and notify the users via email and through a notification in the Website within seven (7) business days.
We also agree that You have a right to pursue legally enforceable rights against data collectors and processors who do not comply with the law. Hence, You have the right to resort to courts or governmental agencies to investigate data processors and prosecute them if they infringe any law or regulations.