Last modified: February 19th, 2013
Trackie does not sell your personal information, and only uses the information you provide to support the functionality of Trackie. For more details, read on.
1. What is Trackie?
Trackie is a trade name of Barzooka with its registered office in Amsterdam. Barzooka is located in Amsterdam at Groenmarktkade 13/2 and is registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under number 34296485.
2. What information does Trackie collect and process?
In order to make use of the services offered by Trackie, it is necessary to create a personal Trackie account. When you create such an account, you may enter certain information about yourself. You are not obliged to provide all the data. Only your display name and email address are obligatory. This information is sufficient for you to use Trackie.
Automatically Generated Data
Trackie requires certain information in order for the Trackie service to work as optimally as possible (for example, to display web pages correctly and to keep the website secure). That is why Trackie collects automatically generated data about your browsing behaviour during your use of its service. Examples of collected information are the type of browser you are using, the operating system you use, the pages on the Trackie website you visit, etcetera.
When using the services offered by Trackie, various cookies are saved on your computer, which can then be accessed. Cookies are small pieces of information (in the form of text) that a server sends to the browser with the intention that the browser sends this information back to the server the next time a user visits the website. Cookies of Trackie cannot damage your computer or the files saved on it. Using your browser, you can easily remove these cookies.
When you visit the Trackie website, Trackie cookies and cookies from third parties may be saved on your computer. Trackie cookies are made by or for Trackie and are stored on your computer by Trackie and Trackie has access to these cookies. This type of cookies is called first party cookies. Such cookies are used by Trackie, for example, to remember your language settings or to ensure that you do not see the same advertisement too often.
Cookies from third parties are made by third parties, are stored on your computer by third parties and third parties have access to these cookies. This type of cookies is called third party cookies. It is important to know that Trackie has no authority over and/or knowledge of the content and operation of such third party cookies. Furthermore, Trackie cannot be held responsible for these cookies.
You can configure your browser so that you do not receive any cookies the next time you use Trackie. However, it is then possible that you will no longer be able to make full use of Trackie or access (parts of) the Trackie service.
4. For what purposes will Trackie use information about you?
Use by Trackie
Trackie may use your personal information for the following purposes:
To provide Trackie services. Trackie uses the information to provide its services, such as to operate the Trackie website and to provide additional services in the future.
To communicate with you about Trackie and to send you information concerning Trackie’s own services.
Trackie uses your data, for example, to let you know when changes are made in your projects by you or your project members. We at Trackie do not like spam and assume that you do not either. Therefore, Trackie will send you information regarding the Trackie services only when we think you will appreciate such information. If you do not wish to receive such e-mails, please indicate this in your profile settings.
To configure Trackie to your wishes and needs. Trackie uses the information about you so that it can better respond to your wishes and needs. For example, to store your display preferences for each project.
For protection purposes and to generate anonymous statistical data.
As stated above, your IP address is included in the automatically generated data. Trackie records these addresses to determine which computers visit the Trackie website in order to protect the Trackie website against hacking. This information can also be used to find out the culprits if Trackie users are harassed or if fake profiles are used. Trackie also uses the automatically generated data to generate anonymous user statistics. Third parties that produce user statistics and perform web analyses for Trackie may obtain automatically generated data, including your IP address.
Use by third parties
Trackie will only provide your personal data to third parties if it is obliged to do so on account of national or international laws, case law and/or regulations, if Trackie considers it necessary to do so in defence of its own rights or if you have given permission to do so. Third party services –
5. How does Trackie protect your personal information?
Trackie takes appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your (personal) information against loss or any form of unlawful use. For example, passwords are stored encrypted so that nobody has access to them, not even the people who work for Trackie.
6. Transfer of data to countries outside the EU
For technical and operational reasons, it may be necessary for your (personal) data to be transferred to (the servers of) companies affiliated to Trackie and/or advertisers located in the United States or other countries outside of Europe. Since legislation concerning data protection may then not offer the same protection as in the European Union, you hereby agree that your (personal) information can be transferred to the United States or another country outside of Europe.
Privacy rightly is a sensitive subject. We at Trackie have written this Privacy Statement in an effort to make it as non-legal and readable as possible. The internet’s a beautiful place, but it’s very important you retain maximum control over your personal data. For that reason, you can always view your (personal) data in the settings of your profile and, if necessary, make changes or delete them.
Should you, however, for still have questions about privacy – for whatever reason – please feel free to contact us directly via e-mail, at email@example.com.
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