This Privacy Statement applies to information that we (Andium IncTM, a Delaware corporation) collect from users of the website at www.andium.com or its subsidiary websites (each a “site”).
We collect, use, and share information from and about you in order to provide the Andium service (the “Service”) and to operate our business.
We collect information needed to set up or maintain your account, such as your name, address, e-mail address, phone number, username, password, preferences, and billing information. We receive this information from you and we might supplement it with other information that we receive from other sources, such as directories and databases. If a user or other person asks us to invite you to participate in the Services, we collect your contact information so that we can connect with you to offer the opportunity to participate in the Service. We collect information about the device(s) you use to access a site, how you use the Service, and your online activities over time and across different websites(s) including your IP address, device type, browser version, the pages you view, the searches you make, and your operating system. We collect information that you enter into a site, such as site, preferences, ratings, and feedback. We collect location information provided by your IP address, mobile device, GPS, or other means.
We use the information:
In addition to the above uses, we may use information for any purpose or share it with anyone if we anonymize it so that it no longer identifies you.
We share information:
If we ever sold or otherwise transferred our business, we would transfer the information that we had collected to the buyer or transferee so that it could operate the business.
We may also share your information with anyone if we anonymize it so that it no longer identifies you.
We try to limit the collection, use, and sharing of information to just that information that we need for the purposes identified in this Privacy Statement. Accordingly, there’s not much use or sharing that we can restrict without the solution being to just discontinue the use of the Service. You can ask us to not use or share certain information, or to refrain from marketing to you, by contacting us at email@example.com. We’ll tell you about your options.
We may contact you about goods or services that might be of interest to you, about your account, or the Service using postal mail, telephone calls, e-mail, text messages, or other electronic messages using any electronic address you have provided to us. You can manage your communication preferences by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your California Privacy Rights: If you’re a California resident, California privacy law requires that we give you specific disclosures about our privacy practices, including telling you about the information we share with other third parties for their marketing purposes. You can request this information by contacting us at email@example.com.
We use technical, administrative, and physical safeguards designed to help protect your information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, destruction, or theft.
If we transfer your information to a third-party service provider, we will contractually require any such service provider to maintain similar technical, physical and administrative safeguards.
We keep the information that we collect until we no longer need the information in order to provide the Service to you, operate our business, enable us to communicate with you, or satisfy our legal or contractual obligations. After that, we destroy the information or anonymize it.
Some cookies exist only during a particular session and some are persistent over multiple sessions.
You can set your web browser to reject cookies. Each browser is different, so you should check your browser’s “Help” menu to learn how to change your cookie preferences. If you reject or block cookies, the site(s) might not function as intended.
We don’t read or respond to “do not track” settings in browsers or similar hardware or software. Although some browsers have a “do not track” setting, there’s no consensus in the industry as to what that flag means or what we’re supposed to do about it. Many or most websites and similar services ignore the “do not track” flag for this reason and, until there’s a better consensus, we’re taking that approach. If you select the “do not track” option, it will not change what information is exchanged with your computer or other device, or how that information is used.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.