The definitions used in this Policy mean the same as those in the Terms.
Collection of Information
We collect and process data about You including, but not limited to, information You provide:
- when You contact Us by telephone or e-mail or any web contact forms provided on the Website;
- at the time of registering to use Didlr or updating Your account or using any of Our Services;
- when You publish Content on the Website or Services; and
- by way of Cookies: .
Information We Collect
Didlr is designed to allow Your Content to be shared instantly with anyone across the World. Think carefully about what You publish and share and how You use Didlr because it will be searchable by search engines and can be seen by anyone.
When You register with Us, You will provide Your full name, a User Name, email address, Bio (voluntarily provided information about Yourself) and Password. Some of this information is publically available on Our Website and Services, including full name, User Name and Bio and accessible by both registered Didlr users and those who are not registered.
We use third party services to analyse data (such as Google Analytics) and these third party services may collect the information You publish.
Use of Your information
We intend to manage any information learned about You in an ethical manner and will not use any personal identifying information about You that You have not published on Didlr.
We can follow Your navigation through the Website and Services and identify the web pages that You visit. We may use that information to build statistics for Our own use and the use of third parties and You authorise Us to use Your information in any countries in which We operate.
We will comply with the requirements of all relevant data protection legislation in force from time to time including US – EU Safe Harbour Privacy Principles. In particular You may request a copy of any personal data held by Us by clicking on the relevant download link in Your account controls. We reserve the right to charge the current maximum statutory fee for providing such information. If You believe that any personal information We hold about You is incorrect or incomplete please Notify Us immediately. Any information found to be incorrect will be corrected promptly.
You have the right to ask Us not to process for marketing purposes any personal data We have about You which You have not already published on Didlr. You can Notify Us to exercise Your right to prevent this processing. You can also unsubscribe to marketing e-mail alerts on Didlr at any time within Your account settings or by using the instructions on a relevant notification.
We may use Your personal data to:
- identify You as a user of Didlr and help others find Your Didlr account to share Your Content including through third party services and client applications;
- create and manage Your Didlr account;
- provide You with information, products or services;
- allow You to cross-post between Didlr and other services;
- notify You about changes to Our Services;
Cookies are software applications which are placed onto the hard drive of Your computer to collect information about Your online activity. Your browser software can choose whether or not to accept cookies and most browser software is initially set up to accept them.
We offer cookies to You to assess and improve the Website and Our Services for You and to make using Didlr easier. We categorize the Cookies We use as Analytical Cookies, Targeting Cookies, Tracking Cookies and Persistent Cookies.
Analytical Cookies collect information about how You use the Website. They do not collect information that identifies You and the information collected is aggregated and anonymous.
Targeting Cookies are used to deliver adverts more relevant to You and may limit the number of times You see an advert. These help measure the effectiveness of a campaign for an advertiser.
Tracking Cookies are only used to connect You with others that You choose to invite to use Didlr using the Invite buttons within Didlr. We track when they sign up for Didlr and ensure that they are automatically following you and vice versa.
Persistent Cookies are used to help Your navigation through the website based on Your preferences. For example You might want to store Your login name and password so that You can gain quick access to Didlr in future.
Most internet browsers automatically accept cookies. You can instruct Your browser by changing its settings to prompt You before accepting a cookie from websites You visit. You should ensure that Your browser software is set not to accept cookies if You do not wish to receive them. Your use of the Website may be restricted if You decide not to accept Our or a third party's cookies.
Transfer and/or Disclosure of Your information
We may disclose Your personal information to any member of Our group including Our subsidiaries, Our ultimate holding company and its subsidiaries.
We may disclose Your information to third parties if We are under a duty to disclose or share Your personal data in order to comply with any legal obligation or investigate a possible crime or in order to enforce or apply Our Terms or this policy or to protect Our rights, property, or Our safety and/or the safety, rights or property of other users of Didlr or third parties.
We may disclose and/or transfer Your information in connection with the sale, purchase merger, re-organisation, liquidation or dissolution of Our company or business or assets.
In relation to combined non-personal information that does not identify any individual (such as the number of Didlr users who searched for particular Content or advertisement) We may share, sell or trade this information with third parties.
Effective 01 July 2012