Identification Information ~ When you expressly and willingly give us personal information, such as when you register or ask for support, or when you enter details like your name, phone number, year of birth, or other details, we may be able to identify you. Personal data, personal information, and/or sensitive personal information, as defined by the relevant laws, are all examples of personally identifiable information. We request that you refrain from sending us or disclosing any sensitive personal information, including social security numbers and details on your racial or ethnic origins, political ideas, religious beliefs, health, biometrics, or genetic make-up, criminal history, or union membership. Sending or disclosing any sensitive personal information to us constitutes your consent to the processing and use of that information in accordance with this Policy.
The option to sign up using a TPS, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube, may be available to you. You may also choose to link your account to a TPS. By giving us access to your TPS account, you agree that we may obtain certain information from your TPS account. This information may include your name, email address, birthday, work history, educational history, current city, shared media, and the names, profile pictures, relationship statuses, and current cities of your TPS contacts. You also authorise us to obtain certain information from your TPS account. We only get data from your TPS account that you directly give us permission to get and have authorised.
Information that has been anonymized so that a third party cannot easily identify a specific individual is not regarded as personally identifiable information by us. Your personally identifiable information is collected and used by us to: deliver the Services; run and enhance our Service; offer customer service; conduct research and analysis to enhance our goods, Service, and technology; and show content that is tailored to your interests and preferences.
You can always opt not to provide personally identifying information, but doing so may prevent you from using some features of the Service. You will have consented to supply your personally identifiable information in order to access the Services if you have registered an account with us. With this consent, we have the authorization needed to process your data in accordance with the law that is relevant. You still have the option to revoke this consent whenever you choose. Please refrain from using our Services if you disagree with our use of your personal information in accordance with this privacy statement.
Sensitive Information ~ With the exception of what is stated in the following sentence, we ask that you refrain from sending us or disclosing any sensitive personal data (such as social security numbers, details about your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, or other affiliations, your health, your biometrics or genetic makeup, your criminal history, or your union membership), either on or through the Services or in any other way. You agree that we may process and use any sensitive personal information you give or reveal to us in connection with the submission of content to the Services in line with this privacy statement. You must not submit such content to us if you do not authorise our processing and use of such sensitive personal data.
Non-Personal Information ~ We may gather and compile non-personally identifiable data, which is data that cannot be used to identify or locate you either on its own or in conjunction with other data that is publicly available. This data may contain things like the URL of the website that directed you to us, your IP address, the language and kind of your browser, log data, the hardware types you are using, where you are located, and the times and lengths of your accesses. We may also gather navigational data, such as the pages or content of the Service that you view, the links you click, and other actions related to the Service.
Cookies, Pixels, and Local Storage ~ We may use "cookies," which are little text files that websites place on your computer's or mobile device's hard drive, to gather information. To give you a more customised and interactive experience when using the Services, we may employ both session cookies—which vanish when you shut your web browser—and permanent cookies, which stay on your computer or mobile device until you delete them.
We use two main types of cookies: (1) first party cookies, which we serve to your computer or mobile device directly and which are only used by us to identify your computer or mobile device when it returns to any website or application that is a part of the Services; and (2) third party cookies, which are placed on websites or applications by other service providers and may be used by those other service providers to identify your computer or mobile device when it visits other websites.
For the reasons listed below, the Services employ the following categories of cookies:
Important Cookies: These cookies are necessary to give you the services you request through the Services and to give you access to some of its features. They make the content of the pages you request load quickly, for instance, and they enable you to log in to protected portions of the websites or applications. We only use these cookies to provide you with the services you have requested since we cannot deliver them without them.
Cookie functionality: These cookies give the Services the ability to remember choices you make while using a website or application, such as your preferred language, login information, and changes you make to other account or preference settings. In order to give you a more customised experience and save you from having to enter your choices each time you use the Services, certain cookies are used.
Cookies for Analytics and Performance: These cookies are used to gather data about user behaviour and traffic to the Services. No particular visitor is identified by the data collected. The data is anonymized and aggregated. It includes information about how many people visited, which websites directed them there, which pages they visited, when they went there during the day, whether they had been there before, and other details of a similar nature. We use this information to compile broad demographic information, improve the efficiency with which the Services are operated, and track the volume of activity on our Services.
Social Media Cookies: For this, Google Analytics is used. The use of Google Analytics' own cookies. It is simply employed to enhance how the Services function. At https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage/, you may learn more about Google Analytics cookies.
Most browsers allow you to accept or reject cookies through the settings menu. Follow the directions supplied by your browser to accomplish this (often found in the "settings," "help," "tools," or "edit" feature). The default setting for many browsers is to allow cookies until you change it. You might encounter certain difficulties using the Services if you choose not to accept our cookies. You could, for instance, need to log in each time you use the Services because we might not be able to recognise your computer or mobile device.
To monitor user behaviour on our websites and applications, we may also deploy pixel tags, commonly referred to as web beacons and clear GIFs, on the Services. In contrast to cookies, which a website places on your computer or mobile device's hard drive, pixel tags are covertly inserted into web pages. Pixel tags track the effectiveness of our marketing initiatives and gather data on how people use the Services so that we may better manage our content. We don't link the data we get using pixel tags to the personal information of our users.
We do not reveal any of your personal information to outside parties unless specifically stated in this privacy statement.
Additional restrictions on how your Google user data is used: Despite the aforementioned and anything else in this privacy statement, if you provide us access to your Google data, we will be required to abide by the following extra limitations when using such data:
In order to process information requests, display stored data you access, help us market, conduct audits, etc., we may share this information with service providers that work on our behalf. These businesses will only be allowed to receive the personal data they absolutely need to carry out their services, are obligated to keep the data private, and are not allowed to use it for anything else.
In addition, if you give us permission to do so, we may use the information you give us to send you email or text messages about deals from our partners and other third parties that we believe you'll find interesting. You can change your "Personal Information Preferences" as outlined below if you'd prefer not to receive marketing emails, or you can adhere to the "unsubscribe" or "stop" instructions provided in each correspondence.
Unless a longer retention period is needed or permitted by law, we will only keep your personally identifiable information for as long as is reasonably necessary to provide you with the Services (for example, for regulatory purposes).
Unless a longer retention time is mandated by law or is necessary to provide you with the Services, data gathered via the YouTube API will only be kept for a maximum of 30 days.
You can reach out to us at any time to request that we stop using your personal information for any of the following purposes: I direct marketing communications; (ii) the collection of sensitive personal data; (iii) any additional processing of your data that we may carry out in addition to the original purpose; or (iv) the transfer of your personal data outside the EEA. Please be aware that if you choose to opt-out, some of the Services you use may no longer function. Additionally, you can: (A) access the information we have on file about you at any time by logging into your account or contacting us directly; (B) update or correct any errors in your personal information by contacting us; (C) transfer your information to another service provider; and (D) ask that we delete your information in certain circumstances, such as when it is outdated or inaccurate. For any additional inquiries you may have regarding your personally identifiable information and our use of it, you may reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disclosure: Generally speaking, unless one of the following situations arises, Celebfarm will not share any of your personally identifiable information: we have your consent; we determine in good faith that it is legally required to be disclosed by any applicable statute, regulation, ordinance, rule, administrative or court order, decree, or subpoena; it is information that we determine must be revealed to correct what we believe to be false or misleading information or to address activities that we believe to be manipulative, deceptive, or otherwise in violation of the law; where you are otherwise informed at the time we collect the information; and where we are required to disclose the information by any applicable statute; where such information is disclosed under a confidentiality agreement in conjunction with the full or partial sale, merger, transfer, exchange, or other disposition of our business (whether of its assets, shares, or otherwise). Advertisers and other partners may receive the non-personally identifying data that we collect from users in aggregate form only.
You may use any of the rights outlined in this section in accordance with the law that is currently in effect. For details on personal data rights requests and how to make one, go here. Please be aware that before acting on your request, we might ask you to verify your identification.
Your Information Management
You can access and modify some of your information through your account settings if you have one. If your Account is linked to a TPS, you can modify your settings and deny the TPS app permission by going to the Account settings page. You are in charge of maintaining the accuracy of your personal data.
Correction of Incomplete or Inaccurate Information
You have the right to request that we correct any false or incomplete information we may hold about you (and which you cannot update yourself within your Account, if any).
Access to and portability of data
You may be entitled to obtain specific copies of your personal information that we maintain in some jurisdictions under the applicable law. Additionally, you may be able to ask for copies of your personal information that you have given to us in a manner that is organised, generally accepted, and machine-readable as well as the transfer of that data to another service provider (where technically feasible).
Data Erasure and Retention
In general, we keep your personal information as long as it's required for us to fulfil the terms of our agreement with you and to abide by the law. You can ask to have all of your personal information completely removed in some areas. Please be aware of the following if you ask for the removal of your personal data:
You can revoke your consent at any moment if we are processing your personal information with it, either by editing your Account settings or by sending us a message stating which consent you revoked. Please be aware that the legality of any processing operations carried out in reliance on your consent before it was withdrawn is unaffected by your decision to withdraw it. In some countries, you may also have the right to limit how we use your personal information, particularly if you challenge its accuracy; (ii) the processing is unlawful and you object to its deletion; or (iii) we no longer need your personal information for the purposes of the processing, but you need the data to establish, use, or defend legal claims; or (iv) you have objected to the processing in accordance with the next section and while it is being determined whether our legitimate interests outweigh yours.
Refusal of processing
If we are processing your personal information based on a legitimate interest, you may be able to demand under some jurisdictions' legal provisions that we stop (including profiling). Your personal information will no longer be processed for these purposes if you object to the processing, unless we can show sufficient legitimate justifications for the processing or the processing is necessary for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims.
Sending an email to a website will allow you to request that we stop using your personal information for direct marketing purposes in cases when this is the case.
You have the right to complain about how we are handling your personal data by contacting us using the "Contact Us" section below or by contacting a supervisory body.
According to the Terms of Service, Users must be 18 years of age or older, or (ii) 13 years of age or older if they are (a) emancipated minors, or (b) they have lawful parental or guardian approval. Users under the age of 13 are not willingly provided with personally identifying information by Celebfarm. If we become aware that we have gathered any personal data from a user under the age of 13, we will make an effort to locate it and remove it from our database.
We adhere to commonly recognised business practises to protect your personal information. No technique of electronic storage, mobile technology, or transmission via the internet is 100 percent safe. As a result, even while we make an effort to maintain physical, technical, and administrative measures to preserve the confidentiality of the information we collect online, we cannot provide total assurance of security. The security procedures in place for our Service are intended to guard against the loss, misuse, and alterations of the information in our custody. We encrypt information for such communications using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) standard. On secure servers, all Service information is kept up to date. Multi-layered security controls, such as firewalls, role-based access controls, and passwords, guard against unauthorised access to stored data. You are in charge of keeping your password safe. Please inform us right away at email@example.com if you have any cause to believe that your interaction with us is no longer safe (for instance, if you believe that the security of any account you may have with us has been compromised).
We retain the right to modify this privacy statement at any time. The "last updated" date at the top of the policy will be updated whenever we make changes. If we make any significant changes to this policy or to how we use your personal information, we'll let you know by displaying a notice of those changes prominently on this page or our home page, or by sending you an email. Every time you visit one of our websites or applications, we urge you to read our policy.
Go to your Account, click Settings, and then select Deactivate my account to make your account inactive.
Account deletion requests and account deactivation are two distinct processes. If you decide to deactivate your account, you can opt to reactivate it later if you'd like; however, if you choose to delete your account, no erased information can ever be restored. You can send a deletion request to firstname.lastname@example.org at any time to seek the permanent erasure of your personal information and the closing of your Account. Before acting on your request, we might require you to prove your identity. Include your country of residence and the subject line "Personal Data Right Request - Deletion Request."
You can go to the Dashboard of your Account to access your data. Send us an email at email@example.com if you want a copy of any or all of the personal information we have on file about you that is subject to relevant law. Please be aware that before proceeding with your request, we might need you to prove your identity. Provide us with your country of residence, including the subject line "Personal Data Right Request - Access Request," and include as much detail as you can about the data you want a copy of.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Personal Data Right Request - Portability Request" and your country of residence if you wish to exercise a right to portability under relevant law.
You may ask us not to use your personal information for certain particular purposes (including profiling) when processing is based on a legitimate interest, provided that doing so is permitted by the laws of the country in which you reside. If you object to the processing of your personal data, we will stop using it for that purpose unless we can show that there are compelling legal justifications for doing so or unless processing is necessary for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims. Send us an email at email@example.com to exercise your right to object to processing. Include your country of residence and the subject line "Personal Data Right Request - Processing Objection."